Rookies Get Their Symposium After All

After the NFL canceled the annual rookie symposium due to the ongoing labor dispute, the NFLPA has now replaced it with an even of their own, “The Business of Football: Rookie Edition” in June. The two-day event will focus on financial education and preparing players for their professional careers.  The seminar will give players essential […]

Jonathan Baldwin Shows His True Colors In Joplin

We’ve all seen the destruction in Joplin and — as showcased by the out pouring of support via the Kansas City Chiefs donation drive — many have done what they can to help.  Included in that group of people are Chiefs Matt Cassel and Jonathan Baldwin, with the rookie suggesting to his QB that they […]

Former Chief Injured In Motorcycle Accident

Former Kansas City Chiefs TE T.C. Drake was seriously injured this weekend when his motorcycle was struck by a woman driving under the influence. According to an accident report, around 9 p.m. Sunday, Drake was riding a motorcycle on U.S. 62 in Nelson County. Police said 35-year-old Jennifer Reed made a left-hand turn into Drake’s […]

Todd Haley Being Hurt Most By Lockout

There isn’t any team or coach that is benefiting from the extended NFL lockout, but are some hurt more than others?  John Clayton broke down the 10 coaches he feels have been hurt the most and put Todd Haley right on top of that list. 4. Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley: Haley spent […]

Boston Gets A Taste Of Arrowhead

One of the most exciting events in sports took place Friday night in Boston when the Bruins and Lightning met in a game 7 for a trip to the NHL Stanley Cup Finals on the line.  The environment was understandably electric and SI’s Peter King tweeted that he thought it had a Kansas City feel […]

Jamaal Charles Vs. Priest Holmes

Need something to hold your over while we all wait for football to return?  Over at the Star, Adam Teicher is comparing the Chiefs skill players from 2003 and 2011 starting with running back: Jamaal Charles vs. Priest Holmes. Nothing against Holmes, but I’ve got to go with Charles in this one.  Holmes was a […]

Player On The Verge: Tony Moeaki

Following an impressive rookie season, it’s not often that Eric Berry is passed over as the best of the Kansas City Chiefs 2010 draft class.  However, that’s exactly what Scout’s Inc’s Matt Williamson did with his “Soon To Be Stars” series, instead going with TE Tony Moeaki. Moeaki’s ability as a pass-catcher impresses me most.  […]

Clark Hunt Leads Chiefs Donation Efforts

With the NFL lockout continuing with no end in sight, we all have plenty of pointed words we would like to direct at Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt.  However, this morning he deserves nothing but praise for not only setting up the Chiefs donation efforts but also getting in the middle of it himself. […]

Donation Drive Continues Today At Arrowhead

(photo via KCChiefs.com) After a successful day of collecting bottled water and monetary donations, the Kansas City Chiefs are at it once again today at Arrowhead until 7pm in Lot C. In addition to accepting bottled water and monetary donations, the Chiefs will also be collecting work gloves, heavy-duty construction trash bags, batteries (all sizes) […]

Houston & Bailey Have Potential, Need Consistency

With no free agency or OTAs to report on, the NFL draft analysis is still coming in from around the web.  NFP took another look at the Kansas City Chiefs picks and saw some similarities in two defensive selections. Justin Houston will probably play outside linebacker for Kansas City.  He has all the physical traits […]

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