Scouts Inc.: Russell Okung Over Eric Berry

Scouts Inc.’s Todd McShay has released his latest mock draft on ESPN.com.  While the player he projects to the Chiefs isn’t a surprise, who they pass to take him most certainly is. 5 – Kansas City Chiefs – Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State Berry could make a huge impact in the Chiefs’ secondary as well, […]

KC Wolf To Speak At “True Love Waits” Rally

No, the title is not a typo.  The mascot of the Kansas City Chiefs will be the featured speaker at an event that emphasizes sexual abstinence until marriage, according to the Houston Herald. Dan Meers will address middle and high school students at a “True Love Waits” youth rally beginning at 6 p.m. Saturday at […]

Broncos Likely To Draft A Quarterback

Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen spoke with the Denver Post for the first time since the Chiefs ended his team’s season.  He talked about his young coach, trouble receiver and the status of the quarterback situation. “I want Kyle back,” Bowlen said.  “Orton is a good quarterback.  I’d also like to think we might have […]

Kiper Stuck On Okung

ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper put together a mailbag this weekend and a Chiefs fan wondered if Kansas City would look at a defensive player like Eric Berry or Joe Haden instead of an offensive lineman. There’s no question that free safety is a position of need for the Chiefs, but this team has needs […]

Chiefs Release Two Linebackers

Teams cannot start signing players for a few more weeks, but starting today they can trim their rosters.  The Chiefs did just that when they released two linebackers, Wes Dacus and Justin Rogers. Dacus spent the 2009 season on injured reserve with Kansas City.  He saw duty in eight games for the Chiefs in 2008 […]

Remembering Derrick Thomas

Ten years ago today, the Kansas City Chiefs lost one of their greatest players of all-time.  Derrick Thomas passed away at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami following a car accident that left him paralyzed from the chest down.  Josh Looney at KCChiefs.com has posted a letter from Thomas written two days before his death. This […]

Former Chief Scott Fujita Reflects On Super Bowl

The Kansas City Chiefs were represented in the pre and post game ceremonies by Brian Waters and Len Dawson, respectively.  There were also former Chiefs playing for both teams in the Super Bowl, highlighted by starting Saints linebacker Scott Fujita.  After his team won 31-17, he was understandably excited, reports Bob Gretz. “This is about […]

The Most Famous Play In Chiefs History

With Len Dawson presenting the Lombardi Trophy after tonight’s Super Bowl, the focus will once again be on the Chiefs championship 40 years ago.  The Kansas City Star’s Randy Covitz breaks down the most famous play in Chiefs history: 65 Toss Power Trap. The Chiefs led 9-0 midway through in the third quarter on the […]

Chiefs React To Waters Winning Man Of The Year

Earlier, it was announced that Kansas City Chiefs guard Brian Waters was selected as the NFL Man of the Year, following in the footsteps of Willie Lanier, Len Dawson, Derrick Thomas and Will Shields.  The Star’s Randy Covitz has the reaction from Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, president Denny Thum and Lanier to Waters winning the […]

DaJuan Morgan Attends Pre-Super Bowl Camp

The Kansas City Chiefs will be represented before the Super Bowl by Brian Waters when he accept the NFL’s Man of the Year Award and after when Len Dawson helps present the Lombardi Trophy.  Today the Chiefs were represented by DaJuan Morgan at the Pre-Super Bowl Youth Fundamentals Skills Camp in Riviera Beach. Parks and […]

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