Kansas City Chiefs RB Knile Davis (leg) was participating in organized team activities this week. He has been working as the top kick returner and No. 2 running back during workouts.
Huddle Up: Sounds like Davis is coming along fine from the broken leg/knee sprain he suffered in the Chiefs' wild-card loss to the Colts and will be a valuable handcuff playing behind stud Jamaal Charles.
Posted: 2/22/2014 8:54pm et
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said the team plans on giving RB Knile Davis (leg) more touches next season as long as he can recover from his broken leg. 'As we went on, we were able to do that with Knile,' Reid said. 'Knile was a rookie and he was learning every week and getting better every week. As the season went on we were able to give him the ball a little bit more. Coming into this season, we'll be able to mix it up a little bit better than what we did early in the season last year.'
Huddle Up: So long as Davis doesn't take too big a bite out of Jamaal Charles' workload, this is good news. A little more Davis makes him a solid handcuff and keeps Charles fresh to be one of--if not the--top back in fantasy football.
Posted: 1/4/2014 10:53pm et
Kansas City Chiefs RB Knile Davis (knee) suffered a knee injury in the Wild Card playoff game and will not return.
Huddle Up: The Chiefs already lost Jamaal Charles to a concussion; with Davis also out, Cyrus Gray becomes the Chiefs' primary ball-carrier.
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