Cameron Sheffield #55 of the Kansas City Chiefs is carted off the field after suffering an injury during a preseason game. I've always said, this is only the way you can lose a preseason game.
Chiefs Coach, Players React To Cameron Sheffield's Neck Injury - Arrowhead Pride
Kansas City Chiefs rookie outside linebacker Cameron Sheffield went down on Friday night against the Philadelphia Eagles. Sheffield and running back Mike Bell met on a helmet-to-helmet hit. After the collision, Sheffield hit the ground and didn't get up.
Trent Cole: 'I hope I'm alright' | Eagletarian | 08/28/2010
With the Eagles hoping for an improved pass rush to take the pressure off the secondary, Trent Cole, the team's top pass-rusher, is scheduled for an MRI today on his injured right ankle. Cole limped to the sideline during the second quarter of last night's win over Kansas City and then was carted into the locker room. X-rays were negative.
DeSean Jackson leaves with neck strain | delawareonline.com | The News Journal
Once again, an injury to star wide receiver Desean Jackson was cause for concern.
Iggles Blog - Philadelphia Eagles Blog: Early Thoughts on the KC Game
Friday night's game at Kansas City was a chance for the Eagles to calm some nerves and solve some problems. The Eagles decided to go wildcat on us and do just the opposite of what we wanted.
Studs and Duds From Kansas City
The Eagles' third preseason game started so promising. Then it was mostly downhill until the final drive, particularly for the first-team offense, which, not surprisingly, dominated the dud list.
Paul Domowitch: Eagles' backup RB Bell has a rough debut | Philadelphia Daily News | 08/28/2010
the Eagles' new running back wasn't able to do much with his first playing time of the preseason. He rushed for just 17 yards on eight carries in an ugly, 20-17 win over the Chiefs last night. Bell also appeared to blow a blitz-pickup assignment on one of the Chiefs' four sacks of quarterback Kevin Kolb, which is a major no-no when Andy Reid is your coach.
Redskins Walk A Fine Line With Donovan McNabb At The Helm - SB Nation DC
Is too much to expect a healthy Donovan McNabb for 16 games? The Redskins need him to be successful in 2010.