Flowers and safety Abe Elam left Sunday's game with injuries, leaving Kansas City short in the defensive backfield against the Panthers' Cam Newton.|||||||
Flowers hobbled to the sideline with a hamstring injury after making a tackle late in the first quarter.
Kansas City starting cornerback Brandon Flowers is active for the Chiefs game against the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.|||||||
Flowers missed the team's season-opening loss to Atlanta last week because of a right heel injury.
Flowers is active for the Kansas City Chiefs' game against the Minnesota Vikings.|||||||
Flowers, the Chiefs' best defender in pass coverage, hurt his ankle after returning an interception last weekend against San Diego. He was limited in practice this week but was not on the list of inactive players for Sunday's game.
Flowers says on Twitter that he's agreed to a new contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.|||||||
Flowers is in the final year of the rookie contract he signed in 2008. Terms of the new deal were not available. A message left with Flowers' agent Friday afternoon was not returned. The Chiefs' policy is to not announce contract extensions, but Flowers tweeted: "Thanx everyone for the congrats on the new contract...wanted to be a chief forever and we made it happen."
The Chiefs agreed to terms on a multiyear contract with rookie cornerback Brandon Flowers on Wednesday, a day before the start of training camp.|||||||
Flowers, a second-round draft pick out of Virginia Tech, agreed to a four-year deal. The Chiefs have now agreed to terms with nine of their 12 draft picks.