NFL Latest: Chiefs right guard Duvernay-Tardif out
The latest from the NFL wild-card games Saturday (all times EST):
Chiefs right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is being evaluated for a concussion and has been replaced by Zach Fulton.
Duvernay-Tardif, a sixth-round pick in 2014, started 13 games this season. Fulton, a sixth-round pick in the same draft, started 22 games over his first two seasons.
Knile Davis got the NFL playoffs started in style.
Davis took the opening kickoff 106 yards to give Kansas City a 7-0 lead over Houston in the first AFC wild-card game Saturday.
It was second-longest return in postseason history and the fifth time the opening kick was returned for a touchdown in a playoff game. Chicago's Devin Hester was the last to do it against Indianapolis in the Super Bowl on Feb. 4, 2007.
Davis had a team-record 108-yard return against Denver in 2013.
The Texans won the coin toss, but deferred. Davis found a hole, cut to the outside and sprinted down the left side untouched.
The Chiefs overcame a 1-5 start and have won 10 straight games entering the playoffs. The Texans bounced back from a 2-5 start to win the AFC South.
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