Dwayne Bowe Gives Back

In light of his recent denial about “importing” women (again), it’s good to see Dwayne Bowe in the news for a good reason.  Bowe took to his Facebook page to get the word out about his first annual football camp. MY FIRST FOOTBALL CAMP IS COMING TO KC JULY 16TH! TAKE A LOOK AT THE […]

Pro Bowl WR Likely Leaving AFC West

The Chargers offseason has been dominated with unhappy restricted free agents.  It seems as if they are ready to part ways with one of them, Pro Bowl WR Vincent Jackson, according to the San Diego Union Tribune. The Seahawks maintain interest, as do “several other teams,” according to one source.  Among those teams, sources said, […]

Chiefs Sign Fifth Round Pick Kendrick Lewis

The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to terms with the first of their seven draft picks, signing S Kendrick Lewis. Lewis (6-0, 198) was the first of Kansas City’s two fifth-round selections (136th overall) in the 2010 NFL Draft.  He appeared in 44 games (38 starts) at Mississippi, producing 226 tackles (140 solo), six interceptions, […]

Lions Release Justin Medlock

The Lions have likely set Justin Medlock back on his return path to the CFL.  Detroit released the former Chiefs kicker today, according to Adam Caplan. [T]he Lions waived K Justin Medlock and OT Kurt Quarterman. Medlock got some face time during the Hard Knocks series on HBO a few years ago. Obviously every player […]

Remembering Joe Delaney

27 years ago today, the Kansas City Chiefs lost one of the most promising young players the franchise has ever seen.  Joe Delaney drowned when he tried to save the lives of three boys in a pond in Louisiana.  For the large number of Chiefs fans that weren’t lucky enough to see Delaney play, Bob […]

Chiefs WR Jerheme Urban Gets A Helping Hand

(Photo Source) Over the weekend, Chiefs WR Jerheme Urban held his third annual Quarterbacks and Receivers Camp in Texas.  Just as important to Urban as helping out local kids is the support he was shown from his family, friends, coaches and former college teammates. “From a personal side of things it just means a ton,” […]

Ian Scott Could Be An Option In The Middle

A week after the San Diego Chargers released DT Ian Scott, a reader asked ESPN.com’s Bill Williamson if the veteran could end up in Kansas City. It’s something the Chiefs could look at.  The Chiefs could use some veteran help in the middle of the defensive front.  But Scott is far from a unit-changing player.  […]

Brandon Carr Puts Time Before Camp To Good Use

Chiefs cornerback Brandon Carr is putting his time off before training camp to good use.  Sunday he held his second annual golf outing to raise money for his former high school’s football team and has spent a week in Michigan as a whole with his family.  Carr knows he needs this time to unwind. “That’s […]

Race For Chiefs MVP Will Be Wide Open

The Kansas City Chiefs have added some solid players this offseason that could step right in and be the team’s MVP.  They will compete with the holdovers that are ready to prove themselves on a better team.  At the end of the season, who will end up being the most valuable player?  Patrick Allen over […]

Leonard Pope Has No Plans To Be A Backup

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Leonard Pope is hosting the 4th annual Kids Walk in Americus, GA this weekend.  He spoke with his hometown paper to promote the event and mentioned where he thinks he is will be on the Chiefs final depth chart. “I feel I’m No. 1 right now, and don’t have plans […]

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