Around The Web: Union Conern, Super Bowl Odds, Succop Official

Last week the Kansas City Chiefs and state of Missouri finally came to terms on a deal that will move their training camp back to the state for 10 years.  Shortly after the announcement was made, MWSU accepted a bid from Crossland Construction to build the site.  And now union leaders are concerned that Crossland […]

News: Chiefs Agree To Terms With Colin Brown

The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to terms fifth-round pick OT Colin Brown, the second member of the 2009 draft class to sign joining seventh-round selection K Ryan Succop. Brown’s contract is a three year deal worth nearly $1.34 million.  The former Missouri Tiger will receive a signing bonus of $154,000.  Brown’s base salaries are […]

News: Derrick Thomas’ #58 To Be Retired

The Kansas City Chiefs announced today that the late Derrick Thomas will have his jersey #58 retired by the Chiefs and his Pro Football Hall of Fame ring will be presented to his family in a ceremony at Arrowhead during halftime of the Chiefs contest vs. Denver on December 6th. Thomas will be the 10th […]

Around The Web: Cassel Given Away, Impact Players, Irrelevant Entorage

Former NFL quarterback Joe Theismann is a self-confessed Patriots fan, but he told WEEI New England gave away Matt Cassel when the Patriots dealt him and Mike Vrabel to the Chiefs for a second-round pick. “I want to know if Bill’s got any more deals — on houses, cars, boats, planes.  Is there anything else […]

Around The Web: High School Athletes Beat Cassel, DBs T.E.A.M. With Elam

This past weekend, Heath Evans held his 4th annual 7-on-7 Championship and it was a huge success on and off the field.  For everyone but Matt Cassel’s ego. The champion wasn’t crowned until the final play, when a leaping Jayvon Wrentz caught a Hail Mary TD pass from Jeremiah Hay as time ran out to […]

Around The Web: Line Questions, Anger Management

It’s not secret that the Chiefs did not add much to their offense during the offseason.  And one of the biggest areas of need the past few years is still a question mark now: the offensive line.  In the Kansas City Start today, Kent Babb looks at the reliability of the offensive line. Kansas City […]

Around The Web: Camp Contract, “Nightmare” At Irrelevant Week

On Thursday, The Kansas City Chiefs reached a deal with the state of Missouri to move their training camp to Missouri Western State University.  The only remaining decision was who would get the contract to build the facility.  Crossland Construction, based in Columbus, Kan., submitted the lowest bid of 14 general contractors and was awarded […]

News: Chiefs Waive Four Players

The Kansas City Chiefs waived four players today: LS Thomas Gafford, WR CJ Jones, DT TJ Jackson and LB Darrell Robertson. Only Gafford, who served as long snapper in nine games, and Jackson, appeared in four games, were on the Chiefs roster last season. Jones was signed this offseason after he spent time on the […]

Around The Web: Offseason Fail, Wilkerson The Starter, UFL Chiefs

Yesterday, Bob Gretz broke down the five things the Chiefs got done during the offseason, including the rehabilitation of Larry Johnson.  Today he flips the coin and looks at the five things they failed to get done, among them the lack of any weapons added to the offense. The plus/minus scale for the Chiefs offensively […]

News: Chiefs Training Camp Returning To Missouri

The Kansas City Chiefs announced today that the club’s training camp will return to the state of Missouri for the next 10 years, beginning in 2010. The Chiefs and Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri have agreed to the university’s plans for a training facility that will host the club’s training camp on […]

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