Matt Cassel Replaces An Injured Tom Brady Again

Kansas City Chiefs QB Matt Cassel finds himself in a familiar spot: replacing an injured Tom Brady.  This time around the time off for Brady is planned, but will keep him out of the Pro Bowl on January 30, according to WCVB’s Mike Lynch. A stress fracture in Brady’s right foot will keep him from […]

First Kiper Mock: Chiefs Looking Out West

In his first mock draft of the season, ESPN’s Mel Kiper think the Kansas City Chiefs will look to solidify the defensive line and look out West for that help with Oregon State DT Stephen Paea. Among personnel people, I find a wide range of opinion on Paea.  Some think he’s an anchor on the […]

Shrine Game Likely To Feature At Least One Chief

The Kansas City Chiefs front office is on the way to scout the East-West Shrine game in Florida as they prepare for the NFL Draft.  As Josh Looney astutely points out, history tells us that there will be at least one future Chief on the field Saturday.  Kansas City had drafted a player from the […]

Tom Cable, Josh McDaniels Quickly Find Work

The Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders have both found new coaches since parting ways with Josh McDaniels and Tom Cable, respectively.  Both men were quick to find work around the league.  McDaniels as the offensive coordinator with the St. Louis Rams and Cable will coach the offensive line for the Seattle Seahawks. McDaniels parlayed success […]

Trio Of Chiefs Honored By Pro Football Weekly

The Kansas City Chiefs aren’t one of the final four teams still playing, but that isn’t stopping their players and executives from picking up awards.  Pro Football Weekly has handed out their yearly awards and three Chiefs have been singled out. Executive of the Year Scott Pioli All-NFL Jamaal Charles All-Rookie Team Eric Berry All […]

Tony Moeaki Reflects On His Rookie Season

Kansas City Chiefs TE Tony Moeaki went back to school his first week free from the grind of the NFL.  No, he wasn’t back in class at Iowa.  He was sitting courtside to cheer on the Hawkeyes men’s basketball team take on Northwestern. The impressive rookie talked to KCRG about his pretty simple goal entering […]

Al Davis Finds His Next Head Coach To Fire

The Oakland Raiders have moved quickly to fill their open head coaching position by promoting offensive coordinator Hue Jackson. Jackson, 45, succeeds Tom Cable, as the Raiders decided not to extend his contract. The Raiders announced Jackson would be introduced at a press conference Tuesday. It’s a job Jackson seemed destined for after he arrived […]

Lamar Hunt Documentary To Debut This Week

This week you will have an opportunity to see a documentary that will chronicle just why Kansas City Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt has been inducted into eight different halls of fame.  The screening is free and will be at the Kansas City Public Library. On Thursday, January 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the Plaza Branch, […]

After Playoff Loss, Gonzalez Ponders Future

Once again, the season has ended earlier than Tony Gonzalez had hoped.  He has yet to win a playoff game, but the great tight end told the AJC that he may have played his final game in the NFL. “It’s always a possibility,” Gonzalez said.  “Year 15 is a long time.” At game’s end, as […]

Surprise: Al Davis Acted Like Al Davis This Year

For any other owner this may come as surprising, but according to ESPN, Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis fined former coach Tom Cable $120,000 throughout last season.  Cable, in return, filed a grievance with the league. The ouster of Cable drew criticism from the Raiders’ players, including punter Shane Lechler. But what few players in […]

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