|Offense||25th||119.9 (10th)||198.9 (29th)|
|Defense||7th||127.2 (28th)||203.2 (2nd)|
Sun Sep 7
|L 26 - 10||TEN|
Sun Sep 14
|L 24 - 17||at DEN|
Sun Sep 21
|W 34 - 15||at MIA|
Mon Sep 29
|W 41 - 14||NE|
Sun Oct 5
|L 22 - 17||at SF|
Sun Oct 19
|W 23 - 20||at SD|
Sun Oct 26
|W 34 - 7||STL|
Sun Nov 2
|W 24 - 10||NYJ|
Sun Nov 9
|W 17 - 13||at BUF|
Sun Nov 16
|W 24 - 20||SEA|
Thu Nov 20
|L 24 - 20||at OAK|
Sun Nov 30
|L 29 - 16||DEN|
Sun Dec 7
|L 17 - 14||at ARI|
Sun Dec 14
|W 31 - 13||OAK|
Sun Dec 21
|L 20 - 12||at PIT|
Sun Dec 28
|W 19 - 7||SD|
“He knows, and his agent knows, how much we want him back,” Hunt said. “We just all have to be patient, and eventually, we’re going to get him signed to a long-term deal.”
Houston has 48.5 sacks in his four-year career.
“I’ve been very consistent in saying that we not only value Justin as a football player, that we not only value Justin as a person and leader, and we want him to be a Chief for life,” Hunt said.
Fanaika signed a three-year, $8.1 million deal. Arians said the Cardinals and Fanaika both needed a fresh start but that the offensive guard should do well with his new team.
“He’s had some down games in some big games (for us),” Arians said, “but sometimes we’ll overlook (that) and say, ‘Wow, he’s going to make that much money? God bless you. Go ahead.’ But I think he’ll be a good fit in that offense.”
“He’s doing well in that treatment process, but that’s a tough process to go through,” said Clark Hunt, who visited Berry in Atlanta in January and gets regular updates on his status.
Head coach Andy Reid also reiterated that Berry is progressing well.
“He’s doing well,” said Reid, who said he last spoke to Berry a week before he arrived for the meetings. “(He’s) positive and upbeat.”
"Well, anybody who knows Eric Berry knows that if there's a challenge presented to him, he will attack it with a vengeance," Dorsey said, per NFL.com. "And he will do that. Everything that I have gotten back has been very positive. I have not spoken with him on the phone for probably six weeks, but I have texts. We communicated through texts. He's in good spirits, he's fine, he's driving, and he's going to conquer it."
Berry, 26, was diagnosed in December. His career is on hold while he fights the treatable disease.
Reid believes that the best is yet to come for Kelce.
“You’d think the natural progression would be even more and better, and he was pretty good last year,” Reid said. “He’s tremendously talented, loves to play the game. He’s like a little kid out there. He loves to play.”
Despite the high praise from Reid, the coach knows that there is still room for improvement for the 25-year-old.
“You could see the progress every week in a positive direction,” Reid said. “We kept adding to his menu there, so the plays we wanted to dial up in formations and motions, the running backs and tight ends, they have to know what they’re doing with those. So he continually got better with that as time went on."
After recording no stats as a rookie due to being placed on injured reserve, Kelce tallied 67 receptions for 862 yards and five touchdowns in 2014, all were team-highs.
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