Jackson, O’Callaghan Stay Home

From Cleveland, Ohio

The Chiefs charter flight to Cleveland was light two bodies Saturday afternoon as DE Tyson Jackson and RT Ryan O’Callaghan did not make the trip and will not play on Sunday against the Browns.

Jackson will not play because of his left knee injury; he did not practice all week. O’Callaghan also missed most of the practice time because of his right groin injury. He did not play in the season opener on Monday night against San Diego.

2 Responses to “Jackson, O’Callaghan Stay Home”

  • September 19, 2010  - Rick says:

    Well that’s a bummer, I had hoped both would heal and be ready to go. In the case of Jackson I had especially hoped his injury minor since he showed signs of life vs San Diego.

    Also, did any of you guys read the curious piece in today’s KC Star by Mellinger? Why he thought it necessary to rip the Chiefs for Charles only getting 12 touches in last weeks win is weird. Had they lost I could see questioning Haley’s & Weis’ judgment. But they won, and they kept the slight Charles from getting beat up, he’s bound to have fresh legs for today’s contest in Cleveland. How is that bad?

    Oh well, rant off\

  • September 19, 2010  - el cid says:

    Today’s game may be a better view of what the ’10 Chiefs will be, at least for the next 6 games.

    I like the tandam of Jones/Charles, no team has only one RB trying to carry the load.

    As for the walking wounded, their backups will have to step up. If they do not,time to consider cutting the backups for guys off the street (other practice squads not on Pioli’s favorite three).

    Should be a good game, if the Chiefs can have anywhere near the intensity of the MNF game.

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