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Chiefs starters unlikely to play in preseason finale


Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce runs from Minnesota Vikings defenders Kurt Coleman (20), Jasper Brinkley (54) and safety Andrew Sendejo during an NFL preseason game in Kansas City, Mo., on Saturday.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jamaal Charles has confidence that the Kansas City Chiefs offense will be in synch when the regular season rolls around a week from Sunday.
Evidently, so does Andy Reid.
The Chiefs’ coach said Tuesday that he is unlikely to play any of his starters in Thursday night’s preseason game in Green Bay. Reid had hinted last week that he may break from his norm and play at least some of them after lackluster performances in their first three preseason games.
The Chiefs have struggled while dealing with a rash of injuries and suspensions that could keep ...

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