Around the AFC West: Kansas City Chiefs Lose Starting Center for the year

Sept. 16, 2012; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Kansas City Chiefs center Rodney Hudson (61) snaps the ball to quarterback Matt Cassel (7) during the second half against the Buffalo Bills at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Bills beat the Chiefs 35 to 17. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-US PRESSWIRE

The Chiefs lost their starting center, Rodney Hudson, for the entire year with a broken leg. He was placed on injured reserve today.

Hudson was entering his first year as the starter and has a promising future, but is development will have to be put on the rehab trail.

The Chiefs moved their guards, Ryan Lilja, over to center in place of Hudson and now are starting rookie Jeff Allen at the guard spot.

It sounds like the Chargers should send a few blitzes up the middle with Donald Butler in order to test these guys out

Topics: Kansas City Chiefs

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  • Pete Spinning

    Yes… feel bad for the guy, but this is good news for our D in a road game! Hopefully they can capitalize on it!

    • Jdh33

      We were more solid like this thats when JC broke out lol you suck boo the dolts have fun in 2nd Sunday night

      • Pete Spinning

        Why don’t you stop… organize your thoughts… bust out a dictionary, and dust off your High School English book… learn how to put a sentence together properly… THEN come at me with an intellegent comment (which you are probably incapable of doing). Whatever you were trying to say here was lost, due to your 5th grade level grammer. I am guessing you are just the average troll, with a 40 ounce in your hand.. trying to stir up trouble on an opposing team’s site…. Which is pathetic.

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