KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Kansas City boss cornerback L’Jarius Sneed broke his collarbone in Monday night’s game against the Baltimore Ravens, a source said.
Sneed, a fourth-round pick from Louisiana Tech, is a pleasant surprise for the bosses. He started the first three games and is tied for the NFL’s lead in interceptions by two.
Its rapid development is an important factor in the 3-0 start of the Chiefs.
One of the starting corner defenders, Bashaud Breeland, served to stop the NFL with four games. The other, Charvarius Ward, broke his arm in Game 1 and did not play in Week 2.
Ward replaced Sneed after an injury to the crows and played with a tightly wrapped arm.
The nature of AIDS ‘injury was first reported by the Kansas City Star.