With Huard Thriving, T. Green Possibly Could Return as Backup
For weeks, Kansas City Chiefs Coach Herman Edwards said that Trent Green would regain the team's starting quarterback job when he was available to play.
Now, with fill-in starter Damon Huard thriving, Edwards no longer is saying that.
The subject came up at Edwards's news conference Tuesday, and he said he would make the decision when the time comes. Green, who's been sidelined since suffering a concussion in the season-opening game, might be cleared next week to play.
Huard has led the Chiefs to five wins in his seven starts and is the NFL's second-rated passer, behind only the Indianapolis Colts' Peyton Manning. He has thrown 11 touchdown passes and only one interception this season.
Green made 81 consecutive starts before getting hurt.
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