Shaun Alexander is having his best season in the NFL. But despite that, his future in Seattle remains up in the air.
With Priest Holmes and Larry Johnson sharing carries, the Chiefs will run and run, writes John Clayton.
Larry Johnson continues to improve as a RB, and will be running behind an offensive line with plenty of experience.
Assuming he doesn't retire, the Chiefs aren't too concerned about Priest Holmes. Their worry is improving the defense.
Chiefs star running back Priest Holmes reached a new four-year contract extension Wednesday that will increase his average salary to more than $5 million a year and give him a signing and option bonus of around $10 million.
Priest Holmes looks healthy. But the Chiefs will take things slowly with their star running back.
Priest Holmes has learned that Bo Jackson's hip injury was much more severe than the one he suffered.
Chiefs halfback Priest Holmes said Wednesday that he is as optimistic as he's ever been about the upcoming season and his comeback from last season's hip injury.