Denny Thum Resigns, Clark Hunt Promotes… Himself

In a move you can file under “out of left field”, Chiefs team president Denny Thum has resigned. “I have thoroughly enjoyed my time working for the best franchise in the NFL,” Thum said in a team-issued release.  “I appreciate every opportunity the Hunt family has afforded me and my family and I wish the […]

Chiefs Owner Supports 18-Game Schedule

As the NFL and Players Association continue to negotiate a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (and prepare for a lockout) one of the biggest issues is expanding the regular season to 18 games.  You can count Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt among those that would support such a move. “It’s such a positive for the fans,” said […]

Economy vs. Winning

For the first time in nearly twenty years, the Kansas City Chiefs were forced to blackout a game on local television after failing to sell out Arrowhead Stadium for the final home game of the 2009 season.  A combination of a losing team with a down economy doomed the Chiefs sellout streak, a problem that […]

Chiefs React To Waters Winning Man Of The Year

Earlier, it was announced that Kansas City Chiefs guard Brian Waters was selected as the NFL Man of the Year, following in the footsteps of Willie Lanier, Len Dawson, Derrick Thomas and Will Shields.  The Star’s Randy Covitz has the reaction from Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, president Denny Thum and Lanier to Waters winning the […]

Clark Hunt Sets Groundwork For Low Key Offseason

With an uncapped 2010 on the horizon,  many fans believe the Kansas City Chiefs will be spending a lot of money in free agency.  In today’s Kansas City Star, owner Clark Hunt seems to be trying to prepare fans for another offseason without a big free agent addition. “It’s going to be very unpredictable,” Hunt […]

World Cup Could Be On The Way

The new Arrowhead Stadium will host the 2018 or 2022 FIFA World Cup if the United States is selected to host the world’s most watched sporting events. “Our family is thrilled that Kansas City has been selected by the USA Bid Committee as one of the 18 host cities in the bid for the FIFA […]

Around The Web: No Kent In Clark, Gales Impresses, Steinbach Remembers Henry

The Kansas City Chiefs will be blacked out for the first time this weekend in nearly 20 years.  Many have questioned why ownership didn’t step in and heroically keep the streak alive and Bob Gretz provided an answer this morning. Last year, maybe even as far back as ‘07, the Chiefs decided they would make […]

Around The Web: Clark Wants Progress, Green Goes Network, Tyree In Baltimore

During yesterday’s kickoff luncheon, Clark Hunt expressed his expectations for his Kansas City Chiefs in 2009. “I want to see progress.  We’re looking for the team to play hard week in, week out.” Hunt wouldn’t share the win total he’s hoping for, rather saying that he’d like to see the Chiefs improve in all three […]

Chiefs Officially Announce Cassel Deal

After word spread earlier today about the signing of Matt Cassel to a long term deal, the Chiefs are now confirming the news. “We are excited to be able to reach a long-term agreement for Matt Cassel to be a Kansas City Chief for many years to come,” stated Chiefs Chairman Clark Hunt. “His proven […]

Around The Web: Tony Curtis Fan Club, Grading The QBs, Obama’s Crew

Yesterday, we talked about the Kansas City Chiefs attempt to fill the void left by Tony Gonzalez.  One of the players looking to help is veteran Tony Curtis.  Though the guys over at were not impressed with Curtis’ time with America’s Team.  Josh & Rob were asked by a reader why there was no […]

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