The Latest: Jags' Ramsey leaves game against KC with injury

The Latest on the NFL's Week 5 (all times EDT):

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1:25 p.m.

Pro Bowl cornerback Jalen Ramsey has left the Jaguars' game against Kansas City after taking a knee to the helmet while tackling Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce in the first quarter.

Ramsey lay for a moment before walking off without any help, and he watched Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes scramble for a touchdown two plays later.

It was the first score allowed by Jacksonville's top-ranked defense on an opponent's opening possession this season, and only the fifth TD the Jaguars have allowed overall.

— Dave Skretta reporting from Kansas City

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1:20 p.m.

The Tennessee Titans have given up their first points in the first quarter this season, and it came after losing their first fumble of the season.

Buffalo Bills rookie quarterback Josh Allen capped an 11-play 47-yard drive by diving headfirst into the end zone on a 14-yard scramble.

The scoring drive was set up after rookie linebacker Tremaine Edmunds stripped the ball from receiver Taywan Taylor, and the fumble was recovered by Matt Milano.

The Titans had not lost a fumble this season. And they had combined to outscore their opponents 23-0 in the first quarter this season.

— John Wawrow reporting from Orchard Park, New York.

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12:45 p.m.

Weather could be an issue in Kansas City, where Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs' high-flying offense will face the Jacksonville Jaguars' top-ranked defense at soggy Arrowhead Stadium.

Rain fell all morning, and at one point warmups were interrupted for a couple of minutes. But mostly it's just a gray, drizzling mess that could make footing tricky and passing difficult.

That could be good news for the Jaguars, who have the league's No. 1 pass defense. But then again, the Chiefs still have the NFL's reigning rushing champ, Kareem Hunt, ready to roll.

— Dave Skretta reporting from Kansas City

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New York Jets defensive coordinator Kacy Rodgers is not with the team for its game against the Denver Broncos as he deals with what coach Todd Bowles has called a "serious" illness.

Bowles is expected to call the defensive plays from the sideline Sunday.

Neither Bowles nor the team has provided any details on the illness sidelining the 49-year-old Rodgers. It's unclear when he might be able to return to work.

Rodgers was scheduled to meet with reporters Thursday for his weekly news conference, but the team said he had a medical appointment and would speak the next day. On Friday, a visibly concerned Bowles announced that Rodgers was sick and not at the facility.

When asked if Rodgers was dealing with something serious, Bowles responded: "He's a tough guy. It's a serious thing."

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