Importing Girls No Big Deal To “Player X”

The Kansas City Chiefs have been almost completely silent on the issue of Dwayne Bowe’s story of players “importing women”.  Meanwhile ESPN’s own “Player X” — a player blogging anonymously — didn’t feel the groupie revelation was much of a revelation in itself, but that it would have been better left unsaid. Now, I know […]

The Wildchief

If subtle moves in the depth chart make news in May, then it’s safe to say putting in a new offensive look would cause people to take notice.  That’s what happened when their offense came out during Monday’s practice running Wildcat plays.  Bob Gretz looks at the likelihood of Kansas City staying wild. For the […]

Martial Law On The Defensive Line

After struggling with another season in the pass rush department, the Chiefs only added OLB Cameron Sheffield and NT Shaun Smith this offseason.  Todd Haley expects a lot out of the returning players and, as Josh Looney reports, he has brought in Taekwondo GrandMaster Joseph E. Kim to help those players. Known by many around […]

Michael Allan Back In NFL Thanks To Church

This time of year we will hear about the long road back to the NFL a lot of players.  For former Chiefs tight end Michael Allan, he landed with the Seattle Seahawks last week after being out of football since his exit from Kansas City in 2008.  The team found him in the unlikeliest of […]

Chiefs Add Safety Depth From Within

The news maker in the Kansas City Chiefs secondary during yesterday’s OTA was rookie Eric Berry moving into the starting lineup for the first time.  But besides Berry and fellow rookie Kendrick Lewis, the Chiefs have added depth to a position that suffered mightily in 2009 with players already on the roster. Second year player […]

Eric Berry Makes Debut As A Starter

The Kansas City Chiefs completed their fourth OTA this morning and while the attendance and players in the rehab zone stayed the same as last week, there was a change in the starting lineup according to Josh Looney. For the first time during OTAs, a rookie began team drills with the first-team offense/defense.  The rookie […]

Ryan Succop Picks Up Where He Left Off

The Kansas City Chiefs may have just started their organized team activities, but one member of the team already seems to be in mid-season form, according to 610′s Nick Wright via Twitter. Highlight of OTAs- Succop good from 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65. Josh Looney also mentioned the 65-yarder and noted that it was […]

Paving The Way For Coach Trent Green

The Chiefs recently announced that Trent Green would be a part of their preseason game broadcasts, but he just might have a new job soon: player-coach.  Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz could be in the market for Green’s services according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Martz is implementing his system for a team in win-or-else […]

DJ Not Looking To Be A Distraction

The always popular topic of Derrick Johnson’s playing time popped up again during the first week of OTAs when he was running with the second team defense just as he did last season.  Johnson, for his part, has not complained much publicly. “I could have been a (distraction) and caused a lot of trouble but […]

Thomas Jones Ready To Share

One of the more interesting stories on the offensive side of the ball this season will be how the Chiefs split carries between Thomas Jones and incumbent starter Jamaal Charles.  Both are coming off career years and will have to learn to share the spotlight (and yards).  Jones told the Kansas City Star that he […]

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