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Chiefs' Flowers, Elam out; Anderson for Panthers

Chiefs' Flowers, Elam out; Anderson for Panthers

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Chiefs cornerback Brandon Flowers and safety Abe Elam left Sunday's game with injuries, leaving Kansas City short in the defensive backfield against the Panthers' Cam Newton.

Elam left with what the team characterized as a left leg injury. Flowers hobbled to the sideline with a hamstring injury after making a tackle late in the first quarter.

On the next play, Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith beat backup cornerback Neiko Thorpe for a 23-yard touchdown catch that gave Carolina the lead.

Panthers linebacker James Anderson left the game with an eye injury. It was unclear when Anderson was hurt.

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Brooklyn Nets Kevin Durant latest athlete to show support of Red Wolves name

Brooklyn Nets Kevin Durant latest athlete to show support of Red Wolves name

Another big name athlete. Another endorsement of the proposed Red Wolves name. 

Lather, rinse, repeat. 

Today's participant was Brooklyn Nets star, and Prince George's county native, Kevin Durant. Durant left a comment on the No. 1 Instagram fanpage of Washington football.

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@dcsportsxp brought the ice on this #Redwolves concept!

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If you take a deep dive through the comments section you'll see @Easymoneysniper (Durant's Instagram handle) comment "🔥🔥🔥🔥."

For the older generation less familiar with emojis, the fire is used as a term of endearment as to say, "that's hot," or "that's cool." 

Washington's QB Dwayne Haskins was the latest to comment under one of the Red Wolves concept posts with his approval.

"Not gone hold you. I can fw this," Haskins said. For those confused, that's a good thing.

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Speculation could evolve into reality pretty soon as reports surfaced Saturday that an announcement of a name change could be coming in "the next few days."

No matter what the name is chosen, we're fairly certain more players will be taking to social media with their reactions. 

Just a hunch.

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Chase Young shares IG story that he may be the top the Top Rated Rookie in Madden 21

Chase Young shares IG story that he may be the top the Top Rated Rookie in Madden 21

Washington's first round pick Chase Young has already made his mark on the football world this offseason without even playing a single snap yet -- from being selected to the Big Ten Network's All-Decade team, to defying gravity in his latest workout, Young hasn't failed to impress. 

All of that hard work hasn't come without reward as it seems as though Young will be the highest rated rookie in the upcoming Madden 21 video game. 

Take a look.

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While this hasn't officially been announced by Madden, it honestly makes the most sense if we're being completely honest.

Young got a hold of this report and shared it on his Instagram story. It's fair to say he's happy with it.

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