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Now, there’s a good chance neither will start in their season opener Sunday.
Sorensen broke a bone in his lower leg during training camp and had surgery about a month ago, and is starting the season on injured reserve. Berry has been dealing with a heel injury that not only kept him out most of training camp but sidelined him during practice on Wednesday.
The exact nature of his injury hasn’t been disclosed, but Chiefs trainer Rick Burkholder put a positive spin on it Wednesday by saying the five-time Pro Bowl selection is “getting better every day.”
“We’ll see if he can practice and we’ll just go from there,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. “I want to see what he’s got, if and when he does that. But then I’ll make the decision, what I see there.”
Berry may be the only player on the entire Chiefs roster who could conceivably play without having practiced in a month. But even for him, Reid conceded, that would be asking a bit much, especially with the season opener coming on the road against Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers.
“If he doesn’t practice today, which he’s not, we go with the next man up and they roll. That’s how we go,” Reid said. “We’re used to that here, just philosophically [url=http://www.indianapoliscoltsteamonline.com/rigoberto-sanchez-jersey]Rigoberto Sanchez Jersey[/url] , at all positions.”
So instead of having a pair of veteran starters in Sorensen and Berry, the Chiefs are poised to start Ron Parker — who was cut by the Falcons last week and re-signed with Kansas City over the weekend — and either Eric Murray or fourth-round draft pick Armani Watts.
Parker spent the past four seasons with the Chiefs before signing with Atlanta as a free agent, so he’s at least familiar with defensive coordinator Bob Sutton’s scheme. But he admitted it’s a challenge to get up to speed in such a compressed timeframe for a division rival.
“I’m just preparing myself like I do any other time. Whatever the coaches ask, whatever they need,” he said. “I feel like especially being in Bob’s system and knowing what’s going on, that’s going to maximize my abilities. That’s the good thing coming back to Kansas City.”
Parker played well his first three seasons with the Chiefs but appeared to take a step back last year, and that’s part of why he was released. He said a high ankle injury sustained in training camp played a part in that, and that he’s glad to begin a season healthy again.
He just hopes it will be with Berry by his side.
“I’ve been playing with Eric,” Parker said, “so I can just look over there and I don’t have to say a thing. We know what each other is doing. With the other guys, we have to communicate with each other, of course. But everything is coming together.”
Murray has appeared in 30 games over his first two seasons, starting twice, so he at least lends a bit of experience to the defensive backfield. Watts showed flashes in the preseason — he picked off two passes in the finale against Green Bay — but hasn’t been in the regular-season fire.
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“It’s difficult,” he said, “but the trust those guys have in me, and the trust I have in those guys, everything will take care of itself. We’ll handle our business.”
NOTES: WR Byron Pringle, who hurt his hamstring in the Chiefs’ preseason finale and was put on IR, had an MRI exam that also revealed a hernia. Burkholder said the rookie underwent surgery Tuesday. “He has an extended recovery ahead of him, and in the meantime the hamstring will heal,” Burkholder said. … Burkholder said Sorensen continues to do rehab work in the pool, but it will be a couple more weeks before the Chiefs have a timetable for his return. “He’s where he’s supposed to be right now,” Burkholder said.
Italian skier Matteo Marsaglia took advantage of changing weather conditions Thursday to post the fastest time in final training ahead of the classic men’s World Cup downhill on the Streif course.
Wearing bib No. 54, Marsaglia had better visibility than the early starters as clouds were moving. He edged Brice Roger of France by 0.01 seconds and Vincent Kriechmayr of Austria by 0.16 after a shortened run.
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The 32-year-old Italian hurt his hip in a super-G crash on the Olympic hill in South Korea in February 2016. Working on his comeback, he ruptured his ACL in offseason training in Chile seven months later.
”Now I restart slowly, the feeling is coming back,” said Marsaglia, who failed to score World Cup points in his seven races this season.
He skipped the Wengen downhill last week and competed on the Europa Cup circuit in order to find his rhythm again.
The traditional Hahnenkamm races open with a super-G on Friday, followed by the penultimate downhill ahead of the Pyeongchang Olympics on Saturday. A slalom concludes the event on Sunday.
Jared Goldberg of the United States was 0.26 seconds behind Marsaglia in fourth place. Aksel Lund Svindal of Norway, who leads the downhill standings, was 0.52 seconds behind in 10th. Downhill world champion Beat Feuz of Switzerland and Olympic champion Matthias Mayer of Austria finished outside the top 30.
To protect the bottom part of the course after overnight snowfall, racers had to stop before the Hausbergkante, which leads to the steep finish section, reducing run times by half a minute.
Training on the entire course was held Tuesday, when Italian racer Christof Innerhofer was the fastest.
Heavy snow on Wednesday changed the characteristics of the Streif, regarded one of the most dangerous courses on the World Cup with an 85-percent grade shortly after the start and several far jumps and sharp turns.
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Several racers, including Svindal and Feuz, complained about it, and 2014 Streif winner Hannes Reichelt said he felt ”like a ski jumper.” They forced organizers to adapt the critical spots and lower the jumps at the Mausefalle and the Alte Schneise.
”Everyone was surprised by the high speed in the first training. We couldn’t foresee that,” FIS race director Markus Waldner said.
As fresh snow made the course slower for Thursday’s session, the jumps were no longer a problem.
Kriechmayr, who was the fastest before the skies cleared, said the training wasn’t a good indicator for Saturday’s race.
”I took more risks than most others, wanted to go the limit,” the Austrian said. ”But we only used half of the course today and races here are usually decided at the bottom.”
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