FOXSports.com's Jay Glazer reports Priest Holmes met with a neck specialist Tuesday and will retire on Wednesday.
NFL Network's Adam Schefter reports an announcement regarding Priest Holmes' retirement from football could come by Wednesday.
FoxSports.com reports that Priest Holmes reportedly re-injured his neck in Sunday's loss and his career may be in jeopardy.
Priest Holmes rushed 19 times for 55 yards in Week 11 against the Colts.
After saying they'd like to keep him at 15 carries in Week 10, the Chiefs have upped their carries limit for Priest Holmes this week to 25.
Priest Holmes rushed 20 times for 65 yards in Week 10. He added two receptions for 14 yards in the loss to Denver.
Chiefs coach Herm Edwards says he doesn't "see Priest (Holmes) carrying the ball more than 15 times" if Larry Johnson is out in Week 10.
Chiefs coach Herm Edwards says Priest Holmes won't carry a full load if Larry Johnson (ankle/foot) is out in Week 10.
Priest Holmes ran three times for eight yards and caught an eight-yard pass in Sunday's loss to Green Bay.
Priest Holmes says his comeback isn't just a one-year experiment.
Chiefs coach Herm Edwards says Priest Holmes "basically has taken Michael Bennett’s spot" in the team's backfield.
Priest Holmes rushed four times for nine yards in Week 7 against the Raiders.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports the Chiefs plan for Priest Holmes to eventually get 15 touches per game as a change of pace for Larry Johnson.
Chiefs activated Priest Holmes.