Chiefs ILB Joe Mays (wrist) is expected to miss at least six weeks.
Chiefs ILB Joe Mays is undergoing surgery to repair a torn tendon in his wrist.
Chiefs signed ILB Joe Mays, formerly of the Texans, to a two-year, $6 million contract.
ESPN's Adam Caplan reports the Chiefs are interested in free agent ILB Joe Mays.
Texans signed ILB Joe Mays, formerly of the Broncos.
The Sideline View's Adam Caplan reports the Texans have "sincere interest" in free agent ILB Joe Mays.
Free agent ILB Joe Mays will visit the Redskins.
Broncos released MLB Joe Mays.
MLB Joe Mays is not expected to make the Broncos' final roster.
Broncos MLB Joe Mays (broken ankle/leg) is not medically cleared for OTAs.
NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah reports the Broncos have made ILB Joe Mays available via trade.
The Denver Post suggests MLB Joe Mays will likely be released if the Broncos sign free agent LB Stewart Bradley.
Broncos MLB Joe Mays (ankle) recently had his boot removed and is aiming for a return to the field for OTAs.
Broncos placed LB Joe Mays (ankle) on injured reserve, ending his season.