|Jan. 1, 201612:22 PM PT1:22 PM MT2:22 PM CT3:22 PM ET20:22 GMT4:22 AM 北京时间1:22 PM MST3:22 PM EST2:22 PM CT0:22 UAE (+1)15:22 ET18:22 - Houston confirmed Wednesday that he plans to play in Saturday's wild-card game in Houston, his first game since hyperextending his knee in November.
Analysis: The All-Pro pass rusher did light work last Friday but was not active for Sunday's regular-season finale against Cleveland. He's been practicing this week with a brace on his knee.
|Nov. 29, 20151:54 PM PT2:54 PM MT3:54 PM CT4:54 PM ET21:54 GMT5:54 AM 北京时间2:54 PM MST4:54 PM EST3:54 PM CT1:54 UAE (+1)16:54 ET19:54 - Houston visited Dr. James Andrews for another opinion on his injured knee.
Analysis: The Kansas City Chiefs remain hopeful he will return this season. Houston has been day to day since getting hurt against Buffalo on Nov. 29.
|Sep. 18, 20159:32 PM PT10:32 PM MT11:32 PM CT12:32 AM ET4:32 GMT12:32 PM 北京时间9:32 PM MST11:32 PM EST11:32 PM CT8:32 UAE0:32 ET3:32 - Houston sacked Peyton Manning twice in Thursday's loss to Denver.
Analysis: Houston has three sacks and eight solo tackles through two games.
|July 15, 20159:00 AM PT10:00 AM MT11:00 AM CT12:00 PM ET16:00 GMT12:00 AM 北京时间9:00 AM MST11:00 AM EST11:00 AM CT20:00 UAE12:00 ET15:00 - A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that the Chiefs and Houston have agreed to a six-year, $101 million contract that includes $52.5 million in guarantees.
Analysis: The person spoke on condition of anonymity Wednesday because the deal has not been announced. The sides had until late afternoon to work out a deal, otherwise Houston would have played the upcoming season under the franchise tag. The deal is not only the richest in franchise history but also the richest for a linebacker in NFL history. The only defensive player to sign for more is Ndamukong Suh, who reached a six-year, $114 million deal with Miami.
|Mar. 2, 20156:53 AM PT7:53 AM MT8:53 AM CT9:53 AM ET14:53 GMT10:53 PM 北京时间7:53 AM MST9:53 AM EST8:53 AM CT18:53 UAE9:53 ET13:53 - The Kansas City Chiefs have placed the franchise tag on Houston.
Analysis: The move was widely expected given the relatively little progress that Kansas City has made with Houston and his representatives on a long-term deal. The two sides still have until July 15 to negotiate a contract, and it is not certain whether Houston will immediately sign his tender. As an outside linebacker, the one-year deal would earn him about $13.1 million for the upcoming season.
|Feb. 26, 201511:54 AM PT12:54 PM MT1:54 PM CT2:54 PM ET19:54 GMT3:54 AM 北京时间12:54 PM MST2:54 PM EST1:54 PM CT23:54 UAE14:54 ET18:54 - The Kansas City Chiefs waived veteran tight end Anthony Fasano on Thursday, freeing up about $2 million in salary cap space that they could use to keep Houston.
Analysis: The Chiefs have been unable to come to a long-term deal with Houston, making it likely that they will place the franchise tag on him. But the deadline for that designation is Monday, and the Chiefs needed to free up salary cap space to do it. If franchised, Houston would play next season on a one-year deal worth about $13 million.
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