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21.05.2019 05:30
Chiefs safety Eric Berry returned to the lineup on Antworten

Sunday after missing the team’s win over the Colts due to the heel injury that limited him to two games in the regular season.Berry had six tackles and was in coverage on a couple of key catches by Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski during Kansas City’s 37-31 overtime loss. That ends a frustrating season for Berry and sends him toward an offseason that will likely focus on making sure he’s healthier for the 2019 season.Part of that process may include surgery. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported before Sunday’s game that Berry will see doctors for further evaluation that is likely to result in surgery. Per the report Marcus Allen Jersey , Berry has a condition called Haglund’s deformity that involves a bone spur digging into his Achilles tendon. Berry tore the tendon in the first game of the 2017 season.Berry is under contract for four more years and there would be nearly $15 million in dead money if the Chiefs decided to part ways with the veteran as a pre-June 1 cut before next season. The Seahawks say trading defensive end Frank Clark wasn’t their plan this offseason, but plans changed when they found out how much the Chiefs were willing to offer.Seahawks General Manager John Schneider said they weren’t in a hurry to get rid of Clark, but the Chiefs’ offer of a first-round pick and a second-round pick was an offer they couldn’t refuse.“They were extremely aggressive throughout the process Larry Johnson Jersey ,” Schneider said, via our Curtis Crabtree at KJR. “We had budgeted to keep Frank. We were hoping to do the long-term deal with him. The deal in Dallas [DeMarcus Lawrence] didn’t help things. Kansas City was very aggressive and it just got to the point where we had to help the team and do what’s right for the organization.”Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said the combination of what it was going to cost to keep Clark, and what the Chiefs were offering Joe Montana Jersey , made the trade the right move.“Yeah we love Frank and he did a bunch of great stuff here,” Carroll said. “We had every intention of doing a long-term deal with him and hoped that we could. The market just went crazy. It just went out there so far, we just couldn’t work it in so we had to make him available at the end of it. . . . We wish him the best. We loved him Len Dawson Jersey , we really did and hate that we couldn’t stay together. Frank had a great opportunity that we weren’t going to be able to afford him here. We love him so much that we’re happy for him in that regard.”No matter how much they love Clark, that Chiefs offer was too good to pass up.

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