Will We See The “Funky Nickel” Tonight?

The Kansas City Chiefs will open The New Arrowhead tonight when they welcome the Eagles to town for the third preseason game.  KCChiefs.com’s Josh Looney takes a look at the five most important things to look for, including the Chiefs new Nickel defense. Though rookie CB Javier Arenas looks to have his grasp on the […]

Players To Watch: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Kansas City Chiefs look to finally win a preseason game when they head to Tampa Bay to take on the Bucs.  After a lackluster performance last weekend in Atlanta, can Todd Haley’s Chiefs bounce back and show they are almost ready for the regular season?  Will the similarly rebuilding Bucs find a groove for […]

Andy Studebaker Is Ready To Step In

The Kansas City Chiefs still have plenty of question marks when it comes to their linebackers, but one of them isn’t Andy Studebaker with the 34-year old likely the first guy off the bench.  As Adam Teicher reports, the Chiefs feel comfortable with Studebaker after seeing him seamlessly step in for Vrabel last season and […]

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 […]

Some New Faces In Chiefs Starting Lineup

The Chiefs hit the (indoor) field for their eleventh OTA in Kansas City today as they prepare for a mandatory mini-camp this weekend.  If today was any indication we should see plenty of different faces rotating with the first team on both sides of the ball.  As Adam Teicher notes, there were a handful of […]

Looking At Linebackers

OTAs kick off for the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday and it will serve as the official start of the evaluation process, one that will go right up through the end of training camp.  Josh Looney over at KCChiefs.com has ten things he will be watching, including the makeup of the linebacking corps. Run and […]

Andy Studebaker’s Unique Spring Break

While most football players have been spending their time off on vacation or in the gym, Kansas City Chiefs LB Andy Studebaker took a trip as unique as his path to the NFL. After the NFL season, while many players vacation at five-star hotels around the world, Studebaker headed to South Africa, where he stayed […]

Around The Web: Andy’s 200 Yard Sprint, Jolly Jason, Turnoveritis

With the Chiefs down 3 late in the third quarter and the Steelers driving deep in Kansas City territory, LB Andy Studebaker made the play of his life.  He intercepted Pittsburgh QB Ben Roethlisberger in the end zone and just started running. “One hundred yards looked a lot like 200 yards at that point,” Studebaker […]

Game Balls: Chiefs vs. Steelers

The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-24 in OT today at Arrowhead Stadium.  The thrilling victory over the defending Super Bowl champions was one of the biggest the Chiefs have had in years and for the first time in a long while the team got big plays from the offense, defense and special […]

Around The Web: Studebaker Revs Up, Don’t Count On LJ, No Steel Trap

Later today in Kansas City, Chiefs linebacker Andy Studebaker will make his first NFL start two years removed from being a non-scholarship DE at Wheaton College.  It’s a huge jump, but one that isn’t getting in Studebaker’s way. “I’m not overwhelmed right now,” Studebaker said.  “It’s going to be fun on Sunday.  Just getting that […]

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