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Dropped passes an issue for Chiefs’ stumbling receivers

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver A.J. Jenkins reaches for a pass against Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — It was almost like adding injury to insult when Chiefs tight end Anthony Fasano banged his head off the turf so hard that he sustained a concussion a split-second after dropping a pass.
He wasn’t the only one who let the ball slip through his fingers last Sunday.
The Chiefs have finally started to put up some offense the last three weeks, but an epidemic of bobbled balls and dastardly drops has kept them from putting more points on the board — maybe even kept them from becoming the first NFL team to start 9-0 and then ...

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