Fantasy Capsule: San Diego Chargers

We’re only a few weeks from the start of training camps across the NFL, and there are going to be a number of position battles to keep an eye on.  Here at KC Chiefs Blog, we’re going to take team-by-team looks around the league and focus on some of the key players each club has […]

Around The Web: No Security For Haley, Chiefs Lack Kick

Following an offseason filled with extreme changes for the Kansas City Chiefs, Head Coach Todd Haley should stay with the team no matter what happens this year.  Right?  Robert Boland at National Football Post isn’t so sure. Being a first-year coach is not a guarantee of job security.  Remember Cam Cameron in Miami.  Haley was […]

Around The Web: Training Camp Dates, River Falls in 2010?, Thigpen Gives Back

As the Kansas City Chiefs get closer to heading to the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for training camp, more details are being released. The team will depart Kansas City on Thursday, July 30.  The next day they will have their running test in the morning and that is their only on-field work scheduled for that […]

Red Zone Podcast: Petro With Matt Cassel

Kansas City Chiefs QB Matt Cassel 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. Cassel talked about everything from Larry Johnson’s potential this year to his fastball.  Check it out.

Around The Web: Signing Season, Tyson Jackson 101, Podolak Takes A Swing For Charity

As I’m sure you’ve noticed, things are quiet around the NFL right now, though it’s not as quiet as years past.  As Bob Gretz notes, teams around the league have gotten a jump on getting the 256 selections from April’s draft signed with over 100 already under contract. There are two teams that have already […]

Derrion Thomas To Walk On At Mizzou

Last month it was reported that Derrion Thomas — son of Chiefs great Derrick Thomas — had narrowed his college choices down to Alabama and Missouri, but that he was leaning toward the Tigers.  This morning comes word that Thomas has decided to walk on at Mizzou. Thomas, whose five-sack game against Rockhurst quarterback (and […]

Around The Web: Gonzalez On Waters, Chiefs Know Tragedy, Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery

Atlanta Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez was interviewed on “Rome Is Burning” to talk about his new team.  During the interview he was asked about, among other things, the disgruntled Brian Waters. “I haven’t spoken with Brian in a while.  But I was talking with him about the same time I was traded.  He told me […]

Around The Web: Boring Branden, McNair Vs. Chiefs, New Arrowhead Winds

Is Chiefs LT Branden Albert too modest?  Kent Babb is wondering just that after he asked Albert if it was too early to call him a potential Pro Bowler in 2009. “It’s too early, I’m not going to toot my own horn like that.  I’ve got a lot of work.  That sets myself up for […]

News: Steve McNair Victim Of Murder-Suicide

When news first broke about the death of former NFL quarterback Steve McNair, the details were very sketchy.  Now only a short time later it is being reported as a murder-suicide. McNair, the hometown hero who did extensive charity work in Nashville, died of several gunshots and was found on the sofa, police said.  Sahel […]

Whitlock: Mike Brown Could Be KC’s Rodney Harrison

Could the Kansas City Chiefs have found their very own Rodney Harrison with the signing of Mike Brown?  Jason Whitlock seems to think that might be the case after his old college roommate, Frank, told him the Chiefs got the steal of free agency. “When Mike Brown is healthy he’s a beast.  When he was […]

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