Chiefs lose starting RG Goff for season with injury

The Chiefs placed guard Mike Goff on season-ending injured reserve Wednesday because of a shoulder ailment he has dealt with since September.

Goff played in eight games with seven starts at right guard this season, his first with the Chiefs. He has played in 171 games with 154 starts during his 12-year NFL career, also with the Cincinnati Bengals (1998-2003) and San Diego Chargers (2004-08).

To replace Goff on the roster, the Chiefs signed free-agent LB Justin Rogers, who spent the previous two seasons with the Cowboys. He had 34 tackles in 31 games.

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