Jones And Charles Could Make History

The prevailing thought this offseason is that the Chiefs now have one of the best rushing attacks in the league since signing Thomas Jones with some people raising the possibility of Kansas City’s top two backs each gaining 1,000 yards.  If they do it would be only the 6th time in NFL history a team […]

Tickets On Sale Tomorrow For Manchester United

The Kansas City Chiefs will not get to play in their renovated stadium until August but fans can see it before then when Manchester United takes on the Kansas City Wizards at the New Arrowhead on July 25th.  Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning at 10am. Tickets range from $30 – $200, and can be […]

Lawyer To Lackey In Kansas City

A lot of times when we talk about the failure of Herman Edwards as a head coach in Kansas City, we lose sight of some of the very clear success stories.  At the top of that list is that of Detroit Lions assistant coach Daron Roberts. Roberts caught the eye of Edwards because he was […]

Former Chiefs Defensive Tackle Takes On Coaching

One of the first cuts of the Pioli/Haley regime last summer has found a new job on the football field.  Well, the side of the field as TJ Jackson will be coaching the defensive line at Opelika high school in Alabama. Jackson was a two-time All-State defensive lineman for the Bulldogs, a first-team All-SEC performer […]

Brandon Carr: We Will Compete For Division Title

As he prepares for the Chiefs first OTAs of the season, CB Brandon Carr caught up with his local newspaper during his annual golf tournament.  When he was asked if the question marks in the division opened the door for Kansas City to win the division, Carr didn’t mince his words. No doubt.  We came […]

Chiefs Release UDFA Michael Johnson

The Kansas City Chiefs have released rookie LB Michael Johnson, the team announced today. Johnson, out of North Alabama, was the 2009 NCAA Division II Defensive Player of the Year.  He was hoping to join DBs Maurice Leggett (Valdosta State) and Brandon Carr (Grand Valley State) as D2 players on the Chiefs roster. Johnson’s release […]

Larry Johnson’s Odds Not Looking Good In DC

Former Kansas City Chiefs RB Larry Johnson is already slated to compete with Clinton Portis and Willie Parker for playing time with the Redskins.  Now he may be pushed off the roster by a player new QB Donovan McNabb is familiar with. The Washington Redskins have scheduled a Wednesday workout for running back Brian Westbrook, […]

Dustin Colquitt Talks About His Hero

After 22 years in the NFL, Giants punter Jeff Fealges called it a career on April 30th.  For most players, their heroes were Joe Montana, Walter Payton or Jerry Rice.  Not Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt, he always looked up to Feagles, reports Bob Gretz. “I remember the first season I was here, we played the […]

Kansas City Chiefs Visit Ft. Leavenworth

The Kansas City Chiefs took a group of players and front office personnel to visit Ft. Leavenworth, KS, home of the oldest active Army post west of the Mississippi. One of the Chiefs stops while at the Ft. Leavenworth campus was a look inside the recently constructed Lewis and Clark Center.  This massive building houses […]

Economy vs. Winning

For the first time in nearly twenty years, the Kansas City Chiefs were forced to blackout a game on local television after failing to sell out Arrowhead Stadium for the final home game of the 2009 season.  A combination of a losing team with a down economy doomed the Chiefs sellout streak, a problem that […]

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