Shaun Rogers Visits Kansas City, Prefers Houston

Free agent Shaun Rogers is in the middle of a free agent tour, one that has already brought him to Washington and now Kansas City.  However, the defensive lineman told KILT in Houston that his top choice is still to return to Texas, where he played collegiately. “Like I said it would be most definitely […]

Titans New OC Turned Down Chiefs Offer

Todd Haley finalized his staff by hiring Jim Zorn to serve as the Kansas City Chiefs QB coach, but it appears that his first option was another veteran coach: Chris Palmer. The Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs offered assistant coaching jobs.  Palmer, who spent 20 years in the NFL before becoming head coach/general manager […]

Jim Zorn Hired As Chiefs QB Coach

Rounding out their coaching staff, the Kansas City Chiefs have hired former Ravens quarterbacks coach Jim Zorn to serve in the same capacity just three weeks after being fired by Baltimore, the team announced Tuesday. “We are excited to finalize our coaching staff today with the addition of Jim Zorn,” Haley said.  “As a former […]

Jamaal Charles Enters Kansas City BBQ Debate

It’s always difficult for a public figure in Kansas City to do, but Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles has declared his favorite place for BBQ. Blame sleeplessness or just a desire to let the world know, but the Pro Bowler hit up Twitter first asking which is the best and following that up with his choice: […]

If Tagged, Tamba Hali Will Get $10 Million

As negotiations continue between the NFLPA and the owners, there is the possibility that the 2011 franchise tag disappears.  For now the league is telling owners to use the tag as they always have, with the deadline coming at the end of this week.  If the Kansas City Chiefs and free agent Tamba Hali cannot […]

KC Chiefs Blog 2010 Season Awards

The national media has handed out all their awards, now it’s time for ours! It got tiring to see virtually every writer breeze over any member of the Kansas City Chiefs not named Charles, so here is a top-to-bottom rundown of the best (and worst) performances from the 2010 season. Did I get something wrong?  […]

Jeremy Horne’s Unlikely Path To The NFL

One of the biggest surprises of the Kansas City Chiefs season early on was the emergence of wide receiver Jeremy Horne in training camp.  The only thing more surprising than Horne’s trip from undrafted free agent to running fly patters in the preseason is that he was able to reach the NFL at all.  The […]

Holmes To Be Inducted Into Another HOF

Just a couple weeks after being inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, former Kansas City Chiefs RB Priest Holmes will add another honor to his resume.  This time it’s a spot in the San Antonio Sports Hall of Fame Friday night at the Alamodome. “I’m very honored to be recognized and included in […]

Tamba Hali Overlooked Again

After an offseason so far full of Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali being overlooked by the national media, it should be no surprise that it’s happening again.  This time it’s PFT by leaving Hali off their list of finalists for The Derrick Thomas Award. The finalists are Packers linebacker Clay Matthews, Ravens linebacker Terrell […]

Matt Cassel Honored In Return To High School

Similar to teammate Jamaal Charles, Matt Cassel is being treated like a hero in his hometown.  Cassel was welcomed back to his high school with a standing ovation as his jersey was retired. The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback graduated from Chatsworth in 2000 and made a triumphant return, telling more than 300 Chatsworth athletes during […]

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