|Aug. 26, 20167:25 AM PT8:25 AM MT9:25 AM CT10:25 AM ET14:25 GMT10:25 PM 北京时间7:25 AM MST9:25 AM EST9:25 AM CT18:25 UAE10:25 ET13:25 - Berry is expected to end his holdout and report to the Chiefs by Sunday. Multiple reports indicated Berry would be with the team by Sunday but miss the all-important third preseason game against the Bears.
Analysis: Berry was not required to report to training camp and cannot be fined for missing time because he was designated a franchise player. The 2015 Comeback Player of the Year can become a free agent at the end of this season. Berry has a salary of $10.806 million for the 2016 season as the franchise player but was unhappy the team was unable to work out a long-term deal, while others - namely Vikings Pro Bowl safety Harrison Smith, who got a $51 million deal in Minnesota.
|July 27, 20168:22 AM PT9:22 AM MT10:22 AM CT11:22 AM ET15:22 GMT11:22 PM 北京时间8:22 AM MST10:22 AM EST10:22 AM CT19:22 UAE11:22 ET14:22 - Berry didn't report with his teammates to training camp Friday.
Analysis: The Chiefs and Berry failed to reach a long-term contract agreement before the July 15 deadline for teams to sign players given the franchise designation and were "miles apart" in the negotiations, according to Berry's camp. The four-time Pro Bowl safety was Comeback Player of the Year in 2015, returning from months of cancer treatment and earning another trip to Hawaii.
|July 15, 201612:47 PM PT1:47 PM MT2:47 PM CT3:47 PM ET19:47 GMT3:47 AM 北京时间12:47 PM MST2:47 PM EST2:47 PM CT23:47 UAE15:47 ET18:47 - The Chiefs and Berry failed to reach an agreement on a long-term contract before Friday's 4 p.m. ET deadline, so the safety will play the 2016 season under the franchise tag, multiple media outlets reported.
Analysis: Last season, Berry made a comeback from Hodgkin's lymphoma, which kept him out of the 2014 season. He was named Comeback Player of the Year earlier this year after being named to the Pro Bowl for the fourth time.
|June 20, 20163:11 PM PT4:11 PM MT5:11 PM CT6:11 PM ET22:11 GMT6:11 AM 北京时间3:11 PM MST5:11 PM EST5:11 PM CT2:11 UAE (+1)18:11 ET21:11 - Berry has won the George Halas Award for overcoming adversity to succeed. Berry, the AP's Comeback Player of the Year, overcame a diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma in late 2014 to return to the field and have an All-Pro season in 2015.
Analysis: He underwent six rounds of chemotherapy treatment from Dec. 10, 2014 until May 13, 2015. Berry was declared cancer free last June 22, and he was on the field for the first training camp practice July 29. Berry returned to the starting lineup in Week 2, was third on the team with 61 tackles (55 solo), and had a pair of interceptions.
|June 14, 20161:46 PM PT2:46 PM MT3:46 PM CT4:46 PM ET20:46 GMT4:46 AM 北京时间1:46 PM MST3:46 PM EST3:46 PM CT0:46 UAE (+1)16:46 ET19:46 - Berry was absent at the start of the Chiefs' three-day minicamp Tuesday as his representatives negotiate a long-term contract.
Analysis: Berry has been absent all offseason after getting the franchise tag, which would pay him about $10.8 million next season. Since he has not signed the franchise tender, he is not under contract and obligated to attend the mandatory minicamp.
|Feb. 6, 20165:52 PM PT6:52 PM MT7:52 PM CT8:52 PM ET1:52 GMT9:52 AM 北京时间6:52 PM MST8:52 PM EST7:52 PM CT5:52 UAE (+1)20:52 ET23:52 - Berry, who missed 10 games the previous season battling lymphoma, then returned to the Chiefs to become an All-Pro, has won The Associated Press NFL Comeback Player of the Year award.
Analysis: Berry's inspirational story and superb performance on the field earned him 38 votes from a nationwide panel of 50 sports writers and broadcasters who regularly cover the league. Berry was a mainstay on a Kansas City defense that sparked a 10-game winning streak during the regular season. He easily outdistanced Arizona quarterback Carson Palmer, who came back from knee surgery to lead the Cardinals to a 13-3 regular season. Palmer received six votes.
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