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PostPosted: 09 Jan 2020 07:27:59    Post subject:  two Saints season ticket holders was filed in Louisiana stat
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Andy Reid didn't even need someone to ask the question before he supplied the answer to what every Chiefs fan in Kansas City had been wondering throughout their bye week."I really don't have any news on Eric Berry
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," he said.Cue the sound of a deflating balloon.Still, there have been signs the Chiefs' highly paid star safety could return to practice this week for the first time since early in training camp. Reid has said nothing more than Berry is getting better every day, but he has been more visible around the team than the past few months.The timing of his return this week also would make sense.The Chiefs had a week off following their shootout loss to the Rams in Los Angeles, giving not only Berry an extra period of time but everyone else a chance to get healthy. And with the Raiders up next on Sunday, the Chiefs probably don't need Berry to get back on the field right away.That means he would have two weeks of practice 鈥?at minimum 鈥?to shake off the rust and return to the field, then four regular-season games and the playoffs to make an impact this season."I think we'll just take it day by day and see how he does
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," Reid said, when pressed on what to expect when Berry does return. "I don't have an expectation either way on that. I wouldn't know how to gauge that right now. But I know he is feeling better. He's gotten a little bit better every week."The issue appears to be with Berry's heel, close to where he tore his Achilles tendon in last season's opener. But neither the Chiefs nor Berry have been willing to discuss it in detail."It's not one of those things that heals overnight. It's not how it works," Reid said. "So I think we just start him off slow and see what he can do when that thing feels right, whether it's this week or next week or whenever. There's no expectation there."Maybe not for Reid, but there certainly is an expectation for Chiefs fans.They watched the Chiefs (9-2) lose their only two games in nip-and-tuck road shootouts to the Patriots and Rams
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, and it's hard to believe a healthy Berry would not have made a difference.Because while the Chiefs' beleaguered cornerbacks have actually fared quite well this season, at least when advanced metrics are considered, their safety situation has been a major downfall.It hasn't helped that Daniel Sorensen has only been back a couple of weeks after breaking his leg in training camp, or that rookie Armani Watts landed on injured reserve as he was finding his stride.Throw in Berry and that's three starting-caliber safeties that have been missing.Reid didn't have much other injury news Monday, pointing out that players were still trickling in from a lengthy break. A snowstorm that blitzed through Kansas City on Sunday may have caused a few of them to be delayed, but Reid said that everyone would be present for meetings and practice.He did say that wide receiver Sammy Watkins
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, who has been dealing with a troublesome foot injury, remained in Kansas City last week to get treatment. Reid said Watkins' foot is "still tender," and it's unclear whether Watkins will be available this week against Oakland.Just about everybody else should be ready to go."It was at a good time," Reid said of the bye week, "and not because of Thanksgiving and my waist line that goes with that, but I just thought it came at a good time for our team. You know
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, it was an opportunity to rest up later in the season and that can be important as you continue down the stretch." NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Key court rulings are expected soon in a lawsuit seeking a possible do-over of the NFC title game that ended with a Los Angeles Rams victory over the New Orleans Saints — a game affected by a crucial “no-call” by officials in the final minutes of regulation play.The lawsuit by two Saints season ticket holders was filed in Louisiana state court two days after the Jan. 20 game in New Orleans. The NFL immediately filed to move the suit to federal courts. League lawyers on Wednesday filed briefs explaining why they believe the suit belongs there — and also asking that it be dismissed.U.S. District Judge Susie Morgan has granted a motion for expedited handling of the longshot litigation. The Rams play the New England Patriots in Sunday’s Super Bowl.NFL lawyers say the federal court has jurisdiction because the suit amounts to a class action with millions of dollars potentially at stake and with defendants — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, the NFL and NFL Properties — living or headquartered in multiple states. They point to language in the suit that says it was filed “on behalf of the New Orleans Saints National fan base” as well as ticket holders, and note that one document accompanying the legal document filed with the suit refers to it as a “petition for a Writ of Mandamus and/or Class Action Damages.”Lawyers for the ticket holders say they never sought class action status, just a judge’s order that the NFL follow its own rule — one giving the commissioner authority to investigate “extraordinarily unfair acts” that affect a game and order remedies that could include having the game replayed in part or from the time of the unfair act.Earlier in the week, NFL lawyers said Goodell does not have the authority to overrule a referee on the field. Even if the rule did apply, the NFL attorneys argue
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, a decision on a remedy is up to the commissioner, not a ticket-holder.
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