“The Right 53” Version 1.0

Now that the Kansas City Chiefs roster is down to 80 players (not including the still unsigned Jarrad Page) and OTAs are officially over, we have a pretty good idea about which players will be making the trip to St. Joseph, MO for training camp. So what better time to take a stab at which […]

Todd Haley Cancels Final OTA Practice

After cutting the final practice of last weekend’s mandatory mini-camp short by a half hour to reward his players for their hard work, Chiefs head coach Todd Haley has extended his reward by canceling today’s final OTA of 2010. Hard work makes good things happen – not only on game days, but at the discretion […]

Clayton: No Playoffs In Kansas City

In his latest column, ESPN’s John Clayton was answering a handful of questions from readers when the talk turned to the Chiefs.  A fan from Houston wondered if Kansas City had added enough in the offseason to make the playoffs.  Clayton isn’t quite sold that this team is a finished product. Playoffs, no.  Better team, […]

Kolby Smith Wasn’t The Only Notable Cut

The Kansas City Chiefs waived six players yesterday, notable among them was RB Kolby Smith.  But Bob Gretz was surprised by one of the lesser known players given walking papers. TE Leroy Banks – and his release was a bit of a surprise.  There’s no question a log jam exists at the tight end position; […]

Chiefs Waive Kolby Smith, Matt Gutierrez; 4 Others

The Kansas City Chiefs announced that they have waived six players including QB Matt Gutierrez and RB Kolby Smith.  Also released were TE Leroy Banks, DB Andre Jones, OL Nick Landry and OL Jermail Porter. Gutierrez has played in six games with New England (2007-08) and Kansas City (2009).  He appeared in one contest for […]

Brian Waters Picks Up Another Award

Kansas City Chiefs guard Brian Waters — the 2009 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year — was named the recipient of the 2010 Henry P. Iba Citizen Athlete Award.  It is given out by the Rotary Club of Tulsa and was announced Monday night at the 17th Annual Iba Awards Banquet. “It’s an honor […]

Chiefs Training Camp Details Released

The Kansas City Chiefs have announced the schedule of events for their first training camp at the new facilities on the campus of Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, MO. Training camp will be highlighted by Family Fun Day on Saturday, August 7th as the Chiefs will conduct an intrasquad scrimmage at 1:30 PM […]

Kestahn Moore Making His Mark

The Kansas City Chiefs wrapped up their mandatory mini-camp early on Sunday, but not before getting a long look at the players that will make up the 2010 roster.  Bob Gretz was the only non-Chief to attend every practice over the weekend and is handing out his mini-camp Oscars, including the player to keep an […]

Mike Vrabel Mentors Andy Studebaker

One of the most positive stories that came out of last season’s disappointing campaign was the emergence of the young Andy Studebaker.  On KCChiefs.com this morning, Josh Looney talks about Mike Vrabel’s role as a sort of player/coach that has had a huge role in helping Studebaker. “The more that you talk, the more that […]

Different Haley On Display

As the Chiefs wrap up their mandatory mini-camp in Kansas City today, it’s been very clear that head coach Todd Haley is much more comfortable in his second year running the show.  The Kansas City Star’s Kent Babb has a fantastic look into what helped Haley make the transition. Haley had been in coaching for […]

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