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Per Herbie Teope a Chiefs beat reporter, the Chiefs and safety Daniel Sorensen are closing in on a one-year deal for him to remain with the team in 2021.
After having a career season in which Sorensen recorded 91 tackles and three interceptions, the Chiefs are making it a priority to keep him and the secondary in tact.
Daniel Sorensen recorded six solo tackles, two assisted tackles, one TFL, and one pass break up in a 35-24 win over the Titans in the AFC Championship game.
Sorenson had a game of ups and downs, lighting up Ryan Tannehill on a scramble, blowing up a screen to Derrick Henry late in the fourth quarter, and also getting beat on a touchdown on the same drive. He'll need to be on his A-game when the Chiefs take on the potent 49ers offense in the Super Bowl.
Daniel Sorensen posted six solo tackles, two assisted tackles, one pass defended, and one interception in a 24-17 win over the Chargers.
Sorensen's first interception of 2019 came in the waning moments of the game, and it preserved a crucial win for a Chiefs team who suddenly finds themselves in an unforeseen two-way battle for the AFC West crown. He and the Chiefs have a bye before taking on the Raiders next Sunday for a spot atop the division.
The Chiefs activated safety Daniel Sorensen from injured reserve Tuesday. Linebacker Nate Orchard was waived in a corresponding move.
Sorenson had been out since suffering a tibial plateau fracture in training camp. He was designated for return in October but wasn’t eligible to be activated until after Week 9. His return is a welcomed sight for a secondary that has been without veteran starter Eric Berry all season. Sorensen started 14 games in 2017 when he recorded 89 tackles, 1.5 sacks and an interception.
The Chiefs have designated safety Daniel Sorensen for return from injured reserve. He is eligible to practice this week but can’t play in a game until Week 9.
Sorenson has been out since suffering a tibial plateau fracture in training camp. His return is a welcomed sight for one of the league’s worst secondaries which is also without veteran starter Eric Berry. Sorensen started 14 games in 2017 when he recorded 89 tackles, 1.5 sacks and an interception.