With future as a Chief in balance, Marcus Peters must take suspension seriously | The Kansas City Star
Because it’s a game with such meaning and against Oakland, where Peters grew up, the discipline will sting.
Trouble is, that’s no assurance of how he’ll respond in the final three games of the season — starting when he presumably rejoins the team on Tuesday from wherever he’ll be spending his week in exile.
He needs to be able to understand Reid’s actions as being for his own good, for instance, but he may or may not be capable of that.
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Yet Carr has other milestones on his mind, most notably winning a game in Arrowhead Stadium for the first time.
“(That’s) definitely No. 1 right now,” Carr said. “Especially this week.