Quick Glance: Chiefs' Travis Kelce ruled out for Week 1 game against Lions due to injury
- Star tight end Travis Kelce will not play in the game against the Detroit Lions due to a knee injury.
- Kelce hyperextended his knee in practice and is dealing with a bone bruise, according to NFL Media.
- Kelce was listed as questionable for Week 1 after missing practice on Wednesday.
- Kelce's absence presents a great opportunity for the Chiefs' wide receiving corps.
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Quick Glance: NFL roundup: Tom Brady leads Buccaneers surge against Panthers to win NFC South
- Mike Williams had seven receptions for 94 yards, including a late-second-quarter one-handed, toe-tapping 18-yard grab along the left sideline.
- Cam Akers had 19 carries for 123 yards, his second consecutive 100-yard game.
- Bridgewater completed 12 of 19 throws for 161 yards and a touchdown before leaving with an injured right ring finger late in the third quarter after being intercepted by Dugger.
- Jared Goff fired three touchdown passes, two to Brock Wright in the first half, as host Detroit defeated Chicago to stay in the postseason hunt.
Quick Glance: Wilma Barnstable, matriarch of the illustrious Barnstable-Brown Derby Eve Gala died at the age of 94.
- The couple moved to Louisville and raised four children, Barbara Barnstable Edelman, Dale Barnstable, Jr., and twins Patricia Barnstable-Brown and Priscilla Barnstable, who initially gained national attention in chewing gum commercials as the "Doublemint Twins."
- Condé Nast magazine ranks the Barnstable Brown Derby Eve Gala, held in Patricia Barnstable-Brown's private residence in Louisville on the evening before the Kentucky Derby, as one of the 10 Best Parties in the World.
- "She's sharp, and she's always busy and doing something," previously told the Courier Journal Patricia Barnstable-Brown.
- The Barnstable Brown Gala contributes $1 million to charity.
Quick Glance: Baltimore Ravens defeat Tampa Bay Buccaneers, handing Tom Brady his third straight loss
- What a disaster for the legendary quarterback and his Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who were thrashed 27-22 by the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night in a game that wasn't as close as the final score suggested.
- Brady (26-of-44, 325 yards) also did not throw an interception.
- Three more things we discovered Thursday night
- It hadn't happened all season until Thursday night, when Leonard Fournette punched in a 1-yard TD to finish an eight-play, 75-yard drive.
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