Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley admitted he wasn't sure whether Chiefs starting quarterback Matt Cassel would be able to make the start against the Oakland Raiders in week two. Cassel, who injured his knee prior to the first game of the season, has yet to make a start for the Chiefs. Haley indicated that more would be known about the ex-Patriot later in the week. Second-string QB Brodie Croyle got the start Sunday in Cassel's place, putting up a respectable effort against the Baltimore Ravens despite losing 38-24. Croyle went 16/24 for 177 yards and two touchdowns, one of which was thrown to beleaguered wide receiver Dwayne Bowe, who had to work his way up from the third string during fall practice. He would get the start again this coming Sunday if Cassel still needs to b ...
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