Croyle To Start For KC

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email

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Kansas City coach Herm Edwards says
second-year man Brodie Croyle will start at quarterback against
Indianapolis this week. Edwards says the Chiefs need a spark.

Croyle came in for a shaken-up Damon Huard against Denver
yesterday.

Croyle was 17-for-30 for 162 yards and one interception in the
Chiefs 27-11 loss.

Huard is an 11-year veteran who was a backup all his career
until beating out Croyle in the preseason. He played well in eight
starts last year when Trent Green was injured but was inconsistent
this year.

Croyle was a third-round pick from Alabama in 2006. He will be
the first quarterback drafted by Kansas City to start a game for
the Chiefs since Todd Blackledge, who was drafted in 1983.


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