The Kansas City Chiefs were down for the count in the AFC West last season due to a myriad of injuries that simply took too much of a toll on a roster that wasn't deep enough to handle the losses. Then again, few, if any, teams could handle season-ending injuries to Eric Berry, Tony Moeaki and Jamaal Charles. Thus the Chiefs are certainly looking forward to having all three impact players back again in 2012.
The good news is that it looks as if it's all systems go for each and every player. As the Chiefs prepare for their first preseason game against the Arizona Cardinals, the "ACL crew" is getting good news.
Crennel said Charles, Moeaki and Berry would practice against Cardinals tomorrow and play in game vs. Arizona Friday night— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) August 6, 2012
The Chiefs offense was abysmal without both Charles and Moeaki in 2011, and then Matt Cassel went down for half the season as well. Now the Chiefs will be a much better team on both sides of the ball, and it will be interesting to see how things play out in their first official game back.