KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs will get starting quarterback Alex Smith back for next Sundays game against the Carolina while linebacker Justin Houston could play for the first time this season against the Carolina Panthers.Chiefs coach Andy Reid made the decision that Smith wouldnt play in Sundays game against the Jacksonville Jaguars after the quarterback was removed twice from the previous game against the Colts with symptoms of a concussion.Both the Chiefs and Smith said he didnt have a concussion, but he was put through the NFLs protocol anyway and deactivated for the Jaguars game as a precaution.Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt said before Sundays game Smith had been cleared to play by independent doctors. Smith practiced last week, though with the scout team.There were no signs of anything, Reid said. It was just business as normal. Things like headaches or dizziness -- there was none of that. He went out and functioned well on the scout team part of it. There was no hesitation when bodies were flying around him. He wasnt flinching. They were all positive signs.Backup Nick Foles quarterbacked the Chiefs to a 19-14 victory against the Jaguars on Sunday.Houston will be activated off the physically unable to perform list this week, making him eligible to play for the first time since having surgery in February to repair a balky ACL in his left knee.Reid indicated a decision wouldnt be made on whether Houston would play against the Panthers until later in the week.Well see how he does this week, Reid said. Hell let me know on that, how he feels. Hes obviously been cleared to play, but theres more to it than that. Youve got to make sure youre right and you have opportunities to practice and get yourself back.Were not in a hurry there. We just want to make sure that hes safe going out there and playing. Im not sure we realize how severe of an injury he had there. This guy has really pushed through. His work ethic has really driven him to this point here. Hes been a beast on this thing. Its been fun to watch but tough for him to push through. Hes done great with it.Houston has practiced with the Chiefs for the past three weeks.Hes looked very good out there, Ill tell you, Reid said. Hes moving around [well]. Cheap Custom Bruins Jersey . -- If this was Aaron Gordons final home game at Arizona, and it almost certainly was, then he went out in style. Custom Bruins Jerseys .com) - The red-hot Los Angeles Kings will try to extend their winning streak to a season-high seven games when they visit the Edmonton Oilers for Sundays clash at Rexall Place. http://www.custombruinsjersey.com/ . But Bourque, who has missed three games with a lower-body injury, wont be in the lineup when the Habs travel to Buffalo to take on the Sabres on Wednesday. Wholesale Custom Bruins Shirts . -- Jaye Marie Green shot a 4-under 68 on Thursday to increase her lead to five strokes after the second round of the LPGA Tours qualifying tournament. Bruins Jerseys China . By having more great seasons. Manning was the only unanimous choice for the 2013 Associated Press NFL All-Pro team Friday. HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- Officials say a fire that damaged electrical wiring at Marshall Universitys football stadium in West Virginia has been ruled arson.The Herald-Dispatch reports (http://bit.ly/2egbPPN ) state Fire Marshals spokesman Tim Chastain says theyre offering a $5,000 reward to those with information leading to an arrest in connection with the Sunday night fire at Joan C. Edwards Stadium.Huntington Fire Chief Carl Eastham says crews responded to the scene after receiving reports of the flames. A business owner said several of his portablee restroom and hand washing stations were set on fire.ddddddddddddOfficials say flames from the plastic units, placed against a fence outside the stadium, spread up a light tower.University spokesman Scott Morehouse says its possible the damage could affect the start time for Saturdays game with Charlotte if theres considerable damage to the lights.---Information from: The Herald-Dispatch, http://www.herald-dispatch.com ' ' '