Chiefs Release Statement On Lockout

Following the inability of the players and owners ability to come to an agreement on a new CBA, the Kansas City Chiefs have released a statement on the situation. The Kansas City Chiefs still believe the fastest way to a fair agreement is through the mediation process.  While we are disappointed that the union walked […]

Chiefs Show Interest In Minnesota Quarterback

There is no doubt that the Kansas City Chiefs are committed to QB Matt Cassel long term, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t interested in improving the depth behind him.  One player they have been connected to, University of Minnesota QB Adam Weber, has his “Arrowhead pointing up”, as Todd Haley would say. Weber is […]

Clemson Pro Day Offers Targets For Chiefs

Each day between now and the NFL Draft features multiple pro days around the country, forcing scouts and general managers around the league to collect countless frequent flier miles.  Thursday alone there were no less than six schools showcasing their players. One of those schools was Clemson, a team that had a disappointing 6-7 season […]

Von Miller Tries To Emulate Derrick Thomas

Unless Scott Pioli pulls off a major draft day trade, the Kansas City Chiefs will not have a chance to select Texas A&M LB Von Miller.  The nation’s best linebacker ran a 4.49 40 at his pro day and will be one of the first players shaking hands with Roger Goodell.  If he continues emulating […]

Kiper Mock: A Familiar Name To Kansas City

It may not quite be the consensus we had last year with Eric Berry, but there is a name that keeps popping up attached the Kansas City Chiefs.  Drafting at No. 21, the Chiefs have now been tabbed at least three times to be selecting UCLA’s Akeem Ayers, the latest is Mel Kiper’s third Mock […]

Dustin Colquitt Puts Labor Battle In Perspective

As the the week progresses without a deal between the owners and players, the optimism that had surrounded the extended CBA talks is dwindling.  With both sides so passionate about their position, it’s sometimes hard to put the labor battle in perspective.  Kansas City Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt did just that this week. “Obviously, we’re […]

Tiki Barber: AFC West Bound?

Tiki Barber announced on Tuesday that he will attempt a comeback after retiring in 2006.  Barber told FOX Sports that seeing his brother still playing the game got him interested in returning to the NFL. “I started working out again recently.  It kind of shocked myself.  I still had a lot of the strength I […]

Will Shields On College Football HOF Ballot

Former Kansas City Chiefs guard Will Shields is eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame starting next year, though he may get into another prestigious Hall first.  Shields is one of 79 players on the ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame. Shields was a consensus first-team All-America guard and 1992 […]

Waters Could Help Create A Fund For Players

If there is a work stoppage in the NFL, most superstar players won’t have financial problems no matter how long the standoff lasts.  That may not be the case with fringe players yet to establish themselves.  Kansas City Chiefs guard Brian Waters suggested to SI that a fund could be created in which higher-paid players […]

Haley: Award Belongs To Our Coaches, Players

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley was honored Saturday night at the 101 Awards as AFC Head Coach of the Year following the greatest single-season turnaround the team has ever seen.  Haley was presented the award by his father, Dick, and credited his coaches and players for his success in Kansas City. “When you […]

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