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Source: Kansas City Chiefs rookie CB L’Jarius Sneed breaks collarbone

11: 25 AM ET

  • Adam TeicherESPN Team Writer


    • Lined Chiefs for 20 seasons for Kansas City Celebrity
    • Joined ESPN in 2013

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City Chiefs rookie cornerback L’Jarius Sneed broke his collarbone in Monday night time’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, a source said.

Sneed, a fourth-round draft lift from Louisiana Tech, has been a comely shock for the Chiefs. He began the principle three games and is tied for the NFL lead in interceptions with two.

His rapid construction has been a if truth be told crucial component in the Chiefs’ 3-0 open.

One starting cornerback, Bashaud Breeland, is serving a four-game NFL suspension. The varied, Charvarius Ward, fractured his hand in the Week 1 game and didn’t play in Week 2.

Ward replaced Sneed after the atomize against the Ravens and played with his hand closely wrapped.

The nature of Sneed’s atomize became first reported by the Kansas City Celebrity.

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