Demetrius Harris, Cyrus Gray Suffer Season-Ending Injuries In Kansas City Chiefs Win Over Buffalo Bills


Demetrius Harris and Cyrus Gray’s seasons are done. The two suffered injuries today in Buffalo that the team has already diagnosed and made decisions on.

Harris broke his foot in pre-game warms ups. This may explain why the Chiefs did not go to the three tight ends sets we’ve seen so much of in the previous eight weeks. One would think Richard Gordon would be an option for the Chiefs to fill the void left by Harris. Gordon played for the Chiefs some last season and was one of the last cuts before this season started.

Gray’s injury is also serious. The team announced he tore his ACL, which obviously means he is done for the year. Kansas City likely turns to underrated rookie Charcandrick West to replace Gray on the roster.

John Dorsey may look to fill another area since they have Jamaal Charles, Knile Davis, and De’Anthony Thomas on the roster. It may be a situation where the Chiefs go with the best available special teams player. Gray was a vital member of the special teams return and coverage units so it may make more sense to get the best special teams player available.

As always, here’s some Twitter proof of the injuries:

UPDATE: There seems to be some doubt about Harris’ status. Here’s the update.