Red Zone Podcast: Petro With Denny Thum

Kansas City Chiefs President Denny Thum called in to Soren Petro’s weekly Red Zone Podcast today on Listen to the show via the player below or check out my notes on the interview after the jump. Thum talked about everything from his longevity with the franchise (36 years!) to his favorite Derrick Thomas memory.  […]

All Fans Invited to Come “Celebrate” Derrick Thomas

Per, The Derrick Thomas/Neil Smith Third and Long Foundation is giving Kansas City a reason to celebrate. Fans of all ages are invited to recognize the impending Pro Football Hall of Fame induction of the Third and Long’s founder, former Kansas City Chiefs LB Derrick Thomas.  The “celebration” event will take place on Friday, […]

Around The Web: Priest In The Booth, Rookie Head Coaches, Engram’s Fantasy Value

Just like countless other current and former athletes, Priest Holmes is looking for that long term post-playing career answer.  For Holmes he hopes he finds his in the world of broadcasting, so he decided to attend the NFL Broadcast Boot Camp in Mount Laurel, NJ and told the Star’s Randy Covitz about his experience. The […]

Around The Web: Jackson’s Leap To Prime Time Player, Hali A Sleeper

First round pick Tyson Jackson — holdout not withstanding — will be reporting to training camp next week with the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs.  Jackson is continuing his journey from small town hero to prime time player along with his longtime teammate and friend, Quinn Johnson. Driving desolate mile after desolate mile of […]

Steelers & Cowboys Tickets To Cost Extra

If you are like me and live far from Arrowhead Stadium and are planning on buying tickets to the Dallas Cowboys or Pittsburgh Steelers games, get ready to pay extra…  Or to do your shopping on StubHub. When single-game tickets go on sale to the public on July 31, anyone wanting to buy tickets to […]

Around The Web: Sulak Staying West?, Vermeil Hits The Track, Could Have Been Worse

To the surprise of no one — because it’s Al Davis — the Oakland Raiders released 6th round pick Stryker Sulak…  Before training camp!  Sulak has cleared waivers and now his agent is looking to get the defensive end into training camp with a new team. If a team were to claim Sulak on waivers, […]

Is Cassel The One Player The Chiefs Have Sought All These Years?

There’s no secret that the Chiefs have been searching for a franchise quarterback to build around since Len Dawson retired.  Today in the Kansas City Star, Bill Reiter has a fantastic article that looks at the Chiefs history after Dawson and what the future holds for Matt Cassel. There’s an interesting comparison between Dawson and […]

Around The Web: Daniels Coaches Combine Camp, Green On TV, Albert In New York

As the Kansas City Chiefs prepare to leave for training camp in a couple of weeks, their players are finishing up their summer responsibilities before heading to Wisconsin.  CB Travis Daniels was one of a handful of NFL players coaching high school athletes at the Pro Football Camp on the campus of Nicholls State. Despite […]

Around The Web: Proving Time For Cassel, No. 1 #19, Bradley’s Fantasy Potential

Immediately following the announcement of Matt Cassel’s new contract, Eric Ortiz from said that the quarterback’s new deal was well deserved.  This morning, Derek Zetlin — also from NESN — thinks Cassel still needs to prove he’s worthy of being called a franchise quarterback. From the Chiefs’ perspective, it’s an interesting move.  They’ve now […]

Around The Web: Mr. Vrabel Goes To Washington, What If Chiefs, Sleeper Behind LJ?

A slew of NFL players swept across Capitol Hill yesterday to ask lawmakers to take a tough look at owner’s profits as the two sides prepare to fight over TV money and other revenue.  Among the players in attendance was Chiefs LB Mike Vrabel. The contract between players and owners doesn’t expire for two years, […]

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