Vegas: Chiefs To Improve… Slightly

We may be four months away from regular season NFL games, but that doesn’t mean you can’t put some money down on your favorite team.  Sports books (legal and otherwise) across the country have been setting their win totals for the 2009 season and the theme seems to be that the Kansas City Chiefs will […]

News: Lions Release Will Franklin

A month after he was claimed on waivers, former Chiefs WR Will Franklin was released by the Detroit Lions today. Franklin was a fourth round pick of the Kansas City Chiefs in 2008 but was put on waivers by the team’s new regime last month after reportedly showing up to the team’s first voluntary workout […]

Around The Web: Dorsey Already Odd Man Out?, Cottam Bringing TG To Camp, 2010 Mocks

Can a top 5 pick be on the outside looking in after only one season?  Michael Blunda from Pro Football sure seems to think so. After bringing in a slew of veteran linebackers through free agency, general manager Scott Pioli used his first two draft picks on versatile defensive linemen Tyson Jackson and Alex Magee.  […]

Around The Web: Hall of Famer Turk McBride, Sippio Returns, New Pickup Player

Chiefs defensive end Turk McBride will be inducted into the South Jersey Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame next month.  McBride is a 2003 graduate of Woodrow Wilson High and a two-time Inquirer South Jersey defensive player of the year.  The Chiefs selected him in the second round in 2007 from Tennessee. McBride will be […]

News: Jason Taylor Signs With Dolphins

Jason Taylor agreed to a one year, $1.1 million deal with the Miami Dolphins.  The move allows him to stay at his Miami home with his wife and three children.  It also allows him to rejoin an organization he considers to be an extended part of his family.  The deal also included $400,000 of additional […]

Around The Web: Special Solutions, Year One Expectations, Boomer Returns

The Kansas City Chiefs have not had a reliable return man since Dante Hall was trade and hope rookie Quinten Lawrence can help fill the void, but the team knows it has to improve special teams as a whole. The Chiefs have a lot to fix in the kicking game. Their coverage teams have been […]

Fantasy Outlook: Newly Drafted TEs

I can’t stress this enough: don’t gamble on tight ends early come Fantasy Draft Day.  I tried to bet big on Jeremy Shockey following his trade to New Orleans last season and got burned while a number of tight ends taken after him proved profitable for their owners — Tony Gonzalez included.  After your top […]

Around The Web: Character Issues?, Patton Interview, West Eyeing Tinoisamoa

Over the past couple of days the folks at The National Football Post have been wondering if the Chiefs current draft class has multiple character issues.  Matt Bowen at NFP thinks Kansas City GM Scott Pioli may be drafting for wins over character. From the moment CB Donald Washington was drafted, it was no secret […]

Charity: Tony Gonzalez Fan Appreciation Night

Bob Gretz is promoting a great charity event that gives Chiefs fans an opportunity to say goodbye to Tony Gonzalez and help a good cause in the process. The Shadow Buddies Foundation is holding a Tony Gonzalez Fan Appreciation night on Wednesday, May 20th from 5:30-7:30 at the foundation officies in Lenexa.  Tickets are $30 […]

Around The Web: Patton Waits, Scary Falcons, Losing TG Benefits Chiefs

Chase Patton is left to wait again after completing his second NFL tryout, a three day rookie mini-camp at the Truman Sports Complex. Just as he did after participating in a similar camp with Chicago the previous weekend, all the former backup Missouri quarterback  Patton can do is hope he did enough to earn a […]

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