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Draft Scout Joe Mays News
10/30/14 - LB Joe Mays, who is on reserve/injured, designated for return, returned to practice Wednesday (Oct. 29). The Chiefs have 21 days to decide whether to active him or keep him on reserve/injured for the remainder of the season.
10/30/14 - MLB Joe Mays returned to the practice field this week for the first time since he suffered a torn ligament in his right hand on August 17 in a preseason game against the Carolina Panthers. Mays was placed on reserve/injured, designated for return and his window of opportunity to show the Chiefs' coaches he's healthy is three weeks.
10/14/14 - LB Joe Mays can begin practicing with the Chiefs as the team's designated player to return from the injured-reserve list. Mays moved to injured reserve in the first week of the regular season after surgery on a torn wrist tendon. Head coach Andy Reid indicated May is not physically ready to begin practicing just yet.
09/02/14 - LB Joe Mays was placed on reserve/injured/designated to return by the Chiefs Tuesday (Sept. 2). He won't be able to play again until after the eighth week of the season
Mays came to the Chiefs as a free agent on March 12. He has played in 61 career games, including 35 starts, with the Houston Texans (2013), Denver Broncos (2010-12) and Philadelphia Eagles (2008-09).
In six NFL seasons, Mays has 194 tackles, 18 tackles for loss, 1 1/2 sacks, six passes defensed and one forced fumble. Mays was a sixth-round draft pick by the Eagles out of North Dakota State in 2008.
09/01/14 - LB Joe Mays was kept on the Chiefs' 53-man roster on cutdown day, but will likely go to the injured reserve list and be designated for return in the 2014 season. Mays suffered a tendon injury in his wrist on Aug. 17 and underwent surgery the next week. The prognosis has been four to six weeks. That timetable would allow him to return for the second half of the schedule.