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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Abram Elam
Six weeks after launching the season with quiet hopes of winning the AFC West, the Kansas City Chiefs have staggered into their bye week 1-5.
Rams right tackle Jason Smith and backup defensive tackle Darell Scott were expected to fly back to St. Louis with the team after they were taken to the hospital because of injuries sustained during the first half against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Matthew Stafford insisted he would've tried to keep playing.
New Cowboys defensive coordinator Rob Ryan has a blueprint that has worked to defeat Tom Brady and the Patriots.
Free agent safety Abram Elam has agreed to a one-year deal with the Dallas Cowboys.
"I'm hoping it'd be definitely fiction," said safety Abram Elam, another first-year Cowboys starter who came from Cleveland. "Don't give him anything that he can look at and know what we're in."
"He's excited," Elam said. "We're relishing the challenge."