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Sneed logged nine total tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's 31-17 win over the Raiders.
The fourth-year cornerback out of Louisiana Tech was all over the field during Sunday's contest, tying his career-high for total tackles in a single game. Sneed has been having another productive season for the Chiefs' defense, tallying 53 total tackles, including three tackles for loss, while also recording eight pass deflections and two interceptions thus far. Expect Kansas City's top corner to continue causing problems for opposing offenses as the season goes on.
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Sneed recorded six tackles (five solo) while intercepting a pass and deflecting another in Sunday's 31-17 win over the Chargers.
Sneed was able to register at least five takedowns for the third straight game and fifth time in seven contests this year. He also stepped in front of a Justin Herbert pass in the third quarter for his first interception of the year.
Sneed recorded eight tackles and two pass breakups in Sunday's win over the Vikings.
Sneed has played 100 percent of the snaps in four of the Chiefs' first five games, only missing some time in Week 3. On the year, Sneed has 26 tackles, four pass breakups and one fumble recovery on 310 defensive snaps.
Sneed (knee) is active Sunday against the Jaguars.
Sneed may still be dealing with knee swelling, which plagued him throughout training camp. However, just like Week 1, the Louisiana Tech product will suit up and play despite being limited in practice throughout the week.
Sneed (knee) logged a limited practice session Wednesday.
Sneed dealt with swelling in his knee through much of training camp but played all 70 defensive snaps for the Chiefs in a season-opening loss to Detroit last Thursday. It's not clear if he aggravated the knee issue Week 1, though his ability to participate (albeit in limited fashion) in the first practice of the week suggests that he has a good chance of suiting up in Jacksonville on Sunday.
Sneed recorded six tackles (three solo) in Thursday's 21-20 loss to the Lions.
Sneed was able to log one quarterback pressure and one tackle for loss among his six tackles in Thursday's season opener. He will look to get more active in the secondary when the Chiefs take on the Bears in Week 2
Sneed (knee) was a full participant at practice Wednesday ahead of Thursday's game versus Detroit.
As anticipated, it looks like Sneed will be ready to go for Week 1. He'll line up against Amon-Ra St. Brown and Marvin Jones on Thursday, and after logging 107 tackles and three interceptions last season, is on the IDP radar.
Sneed (knee) was a limited participant at practice Monday.
Coach Andy Reid indicated yesterday that Sneed will play Thursday versus Detroit, so the Chiefs are probably just playing it safe with their number one corner. He'll try to make life difficult for Amon-Ra St. Brown in the 2023 NFL opener.
Sneed (knee) is "good to go" Thursday against the Lions, according to head coach Andy Reid, Pete Sweeney of ArrowheadPride.com reports.
Sneed has been limited in camp due to swelling in his knee, but it sounds like he should be ready Week 1. However, Reid added that they're still taking it "day-by-day," and that the 26-year-old is headed in the right direction, which seems to imply some question about his status still. A clearer view of Sneed's availability should be made available Monday when the team releases its injury report.