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Eric Berry carted off with lower leg injury

The opening game of the 2017 season has featured plenty of points. And plenty of injuries. The latest came when Chiefs safety Eric Berry hobbled after a fourth-quarter play. He was carted off with a lower leg injury. Michele Tafoya of NBC reports that it’s an Achilles injury. If it’s torn, his season will be [more]
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