Ouch. A Chiefs cheerleader probably needed some ice after her dance routine.
During halftime of Sunday’s Eagles-Chiefs game, a camera guy ran across the field and right into a dancing cheerleader.
New York Giants, ankle: Beckham did indeed play Monday night, despite being listed as questionable and, most importantly, emerged without a setback. This week, there is far less uncertainty about his status, but his utilization remains in question. Last week, Beckham was on the field for approximately 60 percent of the team’s offensive snaps. He managed four catches for 36 yards. He didn’t look like injury-free Beckham, but he didn’t appear to be severely limited either. He looked about as expected; like an athlete returning from an ankle injury and establishing his confidence in the leg while avoiding routes that would maximally test it.
It’s not clear precisely how many snaps Beckham will see, but it is likely to be an increase over Week 2, as Beckham himself acknowledged. It’s harder, still, to know how close to his preinjury form he’ll be, but the hope is that with another week under his belt, this too will be improved. Clearly, the Giants’ confidence in Beckham’s availability has improved this week; after limited practices on three consecutive days, he was removed from the game status injury report.