“I still want to play four more years,” said Hali. “The hope is I’ll be on the field and I don’t need to do much music until I’m done playing.”
Kansas City elected to place Hali on the PUP list to open the regular season, which means he’ll miss the first six games. Hali explained that he felt he was ready to return but the Chiefs didn’t think his knees were ready yet.
“I guess the coaches and trainers didn’t feel I was in the position to come back (yet),” said Hali. “I do, but I always have to take instruction from them. They didn’t feel like my knees were quite ready.”
- Joe Person reports that the Panthers are not considering veteran TE Gary Barnidge as a potential addition now that Greg Olsen will miss 6-8 weeks with a broken foot.
- We have Barnidge featured in our Top 50 Available Free Agents list.
- Steelers HC Mike Tomlin told reporters on Tuesday that OLB T.J. Watt (groin) has a chance to play in Week 3’s game against the Bears. (Dave Lolley)
- Tom Pelissero reports that Watt’s groin injury is specifically a “low-grade” issue.
- The Texans gave WR Wendall Williams a $170,824 injury settlement upon waiving him recently. (Aaron Wilson)
- Former Texans S Lonnie Ballentine received an injury settlement of $117,647 from Houston. (Aaron Wilson)