Just Two Players On Chiefs Injury Report

The Kansas City Chiefs first injury report for Sunday’s game against the Chicago Bears includes just two players, down from four last week. Ryan Lilja and Demorrio Williams were limited participants at practice Wednesday after being out and a full participant last week, respectively.  Glenn Dorsey and Jon McGraw were on the injury report last […]

Chiefs Enter Windy City As 7.5 Point Underdogs

The Kansas City Chiefs have found themselves as underdogs for most of the 2011 NFL season and Sunday’s matchup against the Chicago Bears is no different. Despite facing Bears backup QB Caleb Hanie and likely improving their own play under center thanks to the Kansas City debut of Kyle Orton, oddsmakers still have the Bears […]

Santa Haley Returning To Chicago

Before finding his way to the Kansas City Chiefs as head coach, Todd Haley made his name in the NFL working with the Arizona Cardinals, Dallas Cowboys and New York Jets.  But he also had a much less heralded stint with the Chicago Bears, where — as he did at ever stop in his career […]

Bears Lose Out On Orton, Turn To McCown

The Kansas City Chiefs claimed Kyle Orton off waivers from the Denver Broncos on Wednesday, but they weren’t alone in their pursuit of the signal caller.  The Chicago Bears put in a claim for Orton hoping that he could step right in and replace the injured Jay Cutler. After Orton was off the board, the […]

Championship Game May Have Been Collins’ Last

There was a Bears QB injured in Sunday’s NFC championship game Sunday that Chiefs fans are familiar with other than Jay Cutler.  Former Kansas City signal caller Todd Collins failed to complete a pass in his short time in the game but left with a serious shoulder injury, according to the NFL Network. Collins is […]

Packers vs. Bears: Kansas City Connections

When the Green Bay Packers take on the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field Sunday afternoon, there are more than a couple of ties to the Kansas City Chiefs on both sides of the ball. So if you need a reason to root for one team or the other, pick the side with your favorite former […]

Revisiting The Matt Cassel Love Triangle

The Chiefs, Broncos and Patriots have played a season and a half worth of games since Matt Cassel was traded from New England to Kansas City with Denver’s involvement forcing a separate trade of Jay Cutler. With all draft picks included being selected, Kent Babb takes a look at what each team has to show […]

And Then There Was One

With the Chicago Bears falling to the New York Giants last night 17-3, the Kansas City Chiefs are now the last remaining undefeated team in the NFL. Yes, those Kansas City Chiefs. If you thought that we would be sitting here on October 4th preparing for a game between an undefeated team and one with […]

Paving The Way For Coach Trent Green

The Chiefs recently announced that Trent Green would be a part of their preseason game broadcasts, but he just might have a new job soon: player-coach.  Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz could be in the market for Green’s services according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Martz is implementing his system for a team in win-or-else […]

Chester Taylor Signs With Bears

As the Chiefs continue to watch free agency along with the rest of us, they can scratch another player off of their list, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Chester Taylor reaches agreement with Bears on a four-year, $12.5 million deal that includes $7 million gtd in year one. A lot of cash up front?  Absolutely, […]

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