Jamaal Charles Eyes A Track Career

With the lockout keeping Jamaal Charles away from team facilities, the Kansas City Chiefs running back has made no secret that he has been spending time with the Texas track team.  Charles thinks that if the work stoppage rolls into the season, he could potentially “just travel and run track“. “Just try to get an […]

Missed Season Could End Tony Gonzalez’s Career

There is a lot at stake in current labor negotiations for both sides when it comes to the future of the NFL.  But for some players, the clock is ticking on their time playing this game making their future right now.  Tony Gonzalez is one of those players and told Sporting News he wouldn’t be […]

Eric Berry Returning To Arrowhead Despite Lockout

During a lockout, NFL players are barred from all team facilities and functions. Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry will be disregarding that next Thursday when he visits the Founder’s Club at Arrowhead Stadium to take part in a charity event for Big Brothers, Big Sisters. Sure, the $300 per ticket “Man 2 Man” event […]

Chargers Working Out As A Team

There has been talk around Kansas City about some Chiefs players arranging workouts as a team to take place of OTAs, but so far they have been working out individually around the country.  One team in the AFC West has actually started workouts as a team: the San Diego Chargers, with Philip Rivers leading the […]

Lockout Claims Chiefs Conditioning Program

The Kansas City Chiefs were scheduled to kick off their conditioning program on Monday, but due to the NFL’s lingering labor dispute, all players are prevented from visiting the team’s facilities.  Alternate player advocate Andy Studebaker knows there are no winners right now. “It hurts the team, it hurts the fans, it hurts the game […]

NFL To A.J. Smith: Stay Away

Both sides in the CBA negotiations are sending suggestions back and forth — via the media of course — about who should and shouldn’t have a hand in terms of a new deal.  One voice that definitely won’t be in the room is San Diego Chargers GM A.J. Smith and he says it’s not by […]

Carl Peterson Understands The Battle Of The Books

From the very beginning of the CBA talks between the owners and NFLPA, the opening of the league’s books has been a bone of contention.  Once the league came around and offered five years worth of numbers, the players demanded ten.  The statements from the owners offer costs, but not details, something that is causing […]

NFL Responds To Mike Vrabel

Kansas City Chiefs LB Mike Vrabel was clear that the NFLPA’s executive committee needed to negotiate with the NFL’s executive committee in order to get a deal done.  NFL EVP Jeff Pash had a response to Vrabel — and the rest of the players — about the next step. “[T]he most sensible step for everyone […]

Vrabel Wants No Part Of Negotiating With Goodell

Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Mike Vrabel has played a big part in the NFL Players Association’s talks with the owners.  Now the veteran has a new idea he is bringing to the table: change the people sitting across from the players at that table. “[W]e don’t want to negotiate with Bob Batterman, Jeff Pash or […]

Clark Hunt’s Letter To Season Ticket Holders

With the NFL lockout rolling along and plenty of questions surrounding fans still being forced to shell out money upfront for games that may not be played, Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt sent a letter to season ticket holders. We know you are disappointed that negotiations broke down.  I was also disappointed that an […]

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