Kansas City Chiefs’ Sanders Commings out indefinitely with broken clavicle

May 12, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs defensive backs Sanders Commings (34) Durrell Givens (40) run drills during the rookie mini camp at the University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Chiefs 5th round draft pick Sanders Commings is out indefinitely after fracturing his left clavicle on the first day of of training camp.

Commings who stands at 6’0 and weighs in at 216 is a corner-back who could probably play safety whenever he is able to recover. It’s not an injury from which Commings can’t come back to be an active member of the 2013 Kansas City Chiefs roster/defense.

But the Chiefs could end up sending him to the injured reserve. He was the 134th overall pick out of the University of Georgia in the NFL draft back in April.

The Chiefs rookies and quarterbacks reported to camp yesterday in time for today’s morning practice. This is the Kansas City Chiefs first injury of the 2013 training camp and I promise you it won’t be the last. Injuries happen in this game, it’s part of the job.

If or when Commings is strong enough to come back and get playing time, he will more than likely see some time on special teams depending on how late he is able to return to the field.


Topics: Kansas City Chiefs, Sanders Commings

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  • Caleb Wylie


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    These are the three injuries that will automatically signal an upcoming mediocre or poor season: Alex Smith concussion, anything hurting JC, Reid keels over after eating too much OK Joes.

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