AFC West OL Rankings

To pass the time during the offseason, the folks over at ESPN.com have been going position-by-position around the division.  Their latest effort is the offensive line, with the Chiefs placing four players in the top twelve. 8. Branden Albert, Kansas City, T: Albert is a work in progress. But he is a talented player.  The […]

Clayton: Draft Or Two Away From Respectability

In his latest mailbag, ESPN’s John Clayton was asked why there isn’t any talk about Kansas City being a much improved team.  Clayton made it clear he doesn’t expect much from the Chiefs this season. The Chiefs are still a draft or two away from respectability.  I think they are good enough to get to […]

The Battle To Backup Charles-Jones

The Kansas City Chiefs don’t have nearly as many open starting positions as last season, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be a lot of competition for jobs between now and the close of training camp.  Josh Looney took a look at the very crowded Chiefs backfield behind starters Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones. Scenario […]

Brad Cottam: 5th Best Of The Decade

Brad Cottam’s short career in Kansas City has been very similar to his four years at Tennessee: inconsistent and plagued by injuries.  But according to Inside Tennessee, he was the fifth best tight end that the Volunteers have had over the last decade. Hampered by a rash of injuries in college, the 6-7, 265-pounder started […]

Rookie Kendrick Lewis Gives Back

Kansas City Chiefs rookie Kendrick Lewis will be helping out one of his former coaches — Terry Wilson — at the brand new Gulf Coast Sports Academy, a series of summer football camps, clinics and combines geared to help players have a shot at playing in college. “I decided to do this Gulf Coast Sports […]

Chiefs Offense Shuffles The Starting Lineup

During the first batch of OTA sessions, there have been very few changes when it comes to the starting lineups on either side of the ball.  But as Josh Looney notes, things were much different on Thursday. Players were shuffling in and out of the rotation on a constant basis.  Noteworthy changes to the first-team […]

ESPN The Magazine Editor: We Have Bowe On Tape

Dwayne Bowe finally spoke out about his importing comments today and claims that he was “misquoted“.  His only other statement (via Eddie Kennison” was that he never spoke to the reporter for the story.  ESPN The Magazine editor Gary Belsky told The Pitch today that he knows Bowe wasn’t misquoted for the story because he […]

Bowe And McCluster Shine; Croyle Hurt

The Kansas City Chiefs were back on the field today for another OTA and the early reports from The Star’s Kent Babb and KCChiefs.com’s Josh Looney are shining a (mostly) positive light on the offense. Babb took note of rookie Dexter McCluster, while Looney has news on Dwayne Bowe and Brodie Croyle. Dexter McCluster continues […]

New LJ Sounds A Lot Like The Old LJ

Former Chiefs running back Larry Johnson is currently battling for a roster spot with the Washington Redskins.  But of course, when he was on WPGC radio in Washington, not surprisingly the conversation turned to his time in Kansas City when the host — Lil’ Mo — asked LJ if he was simply misunderstood. “With us […]

Chiefs Visit Whiteman Air Force Base

The Kansas City Chiefs traded in their OTA session for a trip to Whiteman Air Force Base in a visit coordinated with the VFW’s “Return The Favor” program.  Bob Gretz was there with the group that was led by head coach Todd Haley. Joining Haley for the trip were QBs Matt Cassel, Brodie Croyle, Matt […]

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