KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Quarterback Brodie Croyle is back after
a four-week absence and will start for Kansas City in its next game
against Tennessee on Oct. 19.
Since sustaining a separated shoulder in the Sept. 7 season
opener at New England, the former Alabama standout has seen the
Chiefs go 1-4.
Neither Damon Huard nor Tyler Thigpen has been able to generate
any consistency for a young, rebuilding squad that has 16 rookies
and hit a three-year low on Sunday in a 34-0 shutout at Carolina. The Chiefs have a bye this week.
Croyle is still looking for his first NFL victory after seven