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Oxford’s Kyle Long to depart after school year

OXFORD, MISS — Head softball coach Kyle Long will leave Oxford High School after just one season to accept a position closer to his family as the new head coach at Greene County High School. Long, who spent 12 seasons at East Central before taking the job at Oxford,...
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Bears freezing cold draft takes: From Kyle Long to Josh Rosen

As we prepare for this week’s NFL Draft, all of our communities are looking back at some of our biggest draft-take blunders. Where did we screw up the most?. The Chicago Bears have certainly had their struggles in the NFL Draft in recent years, with the likes of Shea McClellin, Kevin White and Mitchell Trubisky all being first-round picks over the last decade who have failed to live up to expectations. There have been some solid draft picks along the way — especially with Day 3 selections in Ryan Pace’s tenure as general manager — but his penchant for trading up leaves the cupboard a bit bare when looking at past draft picks.
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KYLE LONG WITH THE TWEET OF THE YEAR!

Kyle Long was an offensive lineman for the Chicago Bears for 7 seasons from 2013 to 2019. He was a very solid player. Long started 76 games for the Bears and made the pro bowl in his first three seasons in Chicago. Unfortunately, the prime of his career was cut short due to multiples injuries as he got older.
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Chiefs OL Kyle Long: ‘I am a stay at home dad now’

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After coming out of retirement last offseason to join the Kansas City Chiefs, offensive lineman Kyle Long all but admitted he is hanging up his cleats again. Long responded to a question from a fan asking if he would be suiting up in 2022. “I...
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Chiefs OL Kyle Long: ‘I am a stay at home dad now’

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After coming out of retirement last offseason to join the Kansas City Chiefs, offensive lineman Kyle Long all but admitted he is hanging up his cleats again. Long responded to a question from a fan asking if he would be suiting up in 2022. “I am a stay at home dad […]
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Kyle Long feels like a longshot to re-sign with KC Chiefs

Offensive lineman Kyle Long joined the Kansas City Chiefs with some fanfare as a high-value depth piece. The Chiefs were fresh off the Super Bowl loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where a patchwork offensive line cost Kansas City the game. Watching franchise quarterback Patrick Mahomes scramble for most of the game caused general manager Brett Veach to act. Following the loss, Veach completely revamped the offensive line, adding Orlando Brown Jr. and Joe Thuney, plus drafting Creed Humphrey and Trey Smith.
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Chiefs vs. Broncos inactives: Bobby Massie out, Kyle Long in

The Kansas City Chiefs have released their list of inactive players for Saturday’s regular-season finale against the Denver Broncos. Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder), cornerback Deandre Baker, offensive tackle Prince Tega Wanogho and quarterback Shane Buechele will not dress for the game — but left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. and reserve offensive lineman Kyle Long will both be be active.
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Why isn’t Kyle Long factoring into the KC Chiefs plans at all?

There was a brief moment on Sunday in which I thought an answer might emerge, a moment in which Kansas City Chiefs fans would finally get the chance to see offensive lineman Kyle Long enter an actual regular-season game. Instead, I was quickly reminded that he’d been listed as an...
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Chiefs' Kyle Long: Clears COVID protocols

Long was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Long missed the Chiefs win over the Steelers on Sunday, but he'll now be able to suit up Sunday against the Bengals.
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Chiefs' Kyle Long: Placed on COVID list

The Chiefs placed Long the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Long's placement on the list was the result of a positive test. He's played in just three games for Kansas City this season after coming out of retirement. If Long is unable to play Week 16 against the Steelers, look for Trey Smith to replace him at right guard.
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Will KC Chiefs finally see Lucas Niang or Kyle Long vs the Raiders?

According to the team’s latest injury report, the K.C. Chiefs got Lucas Niang back at practice on Wednesday. It was in limited fashion, which means his rib injury is still very much affecting his ability to perform on the field, but it’s also a positive sign that he could be trending toward a return sooner than later.
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Chiefs-Broncos inactives: Kyle Long out; Clyde Edwards-Helaire will play

The Kansas City Chiefs have released their list of inactive players for Sunday night’s game against the Denver Broncos. As expected, right tackle Lucas Niang (ribs) and cornerback Rashad Fenton (knee) will sit out the big AFC West matchup. Offensive lineman Kyle Long is a healthy scratch — but starting running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (illness) will suit up for the game.
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KC Chiefs’ Clyde Edwards-Helaire active against the Broncos; Kyle Long will not play

The Chiefs have their starting running back available for Sunday night action at Arrowhead Stadium. Clyde Edwards-Helaire, who entered the weekend as questionable after missing Friday’s practice with a stomach flu, was not among the Chiefs’ four players designated as inactive against Denver Broncos. Edwards-Helaire will continue sharing backfield touches...
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