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Knile Davis traded to the Packers

The Chiefs sent the fourth-year running back to Green Bay. Knile Davis is now a member of the Green Bay Packers. The Kansas City Chiefs swapped the fourth-year running back on Tuesday morning, according to the Kansas City Star. Compensation has yet to be reported. The move is mostly reflective of an injury depleted Packers backfield. Eddie Lacy is dealing with an ankle injury that won’t seem to go away.
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