Game Balls: Chiefs vs. Raiders

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Oakland Raiders 16-10 at Arrowhead Stadium.  It wasn’t pretty, but a win is a win and the Chiefs have already matched the victory total from last season.  We now have 7 games to see if they can get to the 2007 win total of 4. In the meantime, it’s […]

Around The Web: Goff’s Streak Ends, Brown Stands Up, NOW Against Cable

The starting debut that got the most attention yesterday was that of Jamaal Charles at running back.  But equally as big was guard Andy Alleman getting the start on the offensive line in place of Goff, snapping his streak of 113 straight starts. Goff missed practice time during the week because of a sore shoulder, […]

Around The Web: Bowe On Board, Brown Boost, Zorn Stripped

Dwayne Bowe has been a hot topic of discussion around the Kansas City Chiefs from the minute Todd Haley opened OTAs and Bowe was out of shape.  From then until now Haley has constantly ridden the receiver and as Bob Gretz reports, he couldn’t understand how he had gotten so far by doing so many […]

Switching Numbers

With the first game of the NFL season coming up this weekend, some players that made the cut with the Kansas City Chiefs had to get some important business out of the way: switching numbers.  Josh Looney reports from Arrowhead today that three Chiefs players changed their digits to go along with the two that […]

Around The Web: Ryan’s Mixed Bag, Defensive Progress, Vick’s Return

With many starting spots still yet to be determined, Sean Ryan made his case to be the first tight end to line up next Sunday in Baltimore.  Though as Bob Gretz notes, it wasn’t all positive for Ryan last night in St. Louis. Ryan and starting QB Brodie Croyle seemed in synch in the first […]

Around The Web: Veteran Chiefs, New Arrowhead, Texans QB Order

Outside of the regime change with the Kansas City Chiefs, the biggest offseason change of direction was the addition of several veterans to the roster.  As John Marshall notes, it’s players like Mike Vrabel that are viatal to the Chiefs success this season. Vrabel lingered on the practice field, trading blows with defensive line coach […]

Whitlock: Mike Brown Could Be KC’s Rodney Harrison

Could the Kansas City Chiefs have found their very own Rodney Harrison with the signing of Mike Brown?  Jason Whitlock seems to think that might be the case after his old college roommate, Frank, told him the Chiefs got the steal of free agency. “When Mike Brown is healthy he’s a beast.  When he was […]

Around The Web: Coach Abare, Copper’s Last Stop, Grading The DBs

Former Yale University All-American and Chiefs mini-camp participant Bobby Abare has been named linebackers coach at Wagner College. Abare was a Buck Buchanan Award Finalist (Top Defensive Player), a Walter Camp First-team All-America and a Sporting Network Second-team All-America selection in 2008.  A First-team All-Ivy and All-New England selection, he led Yale with 86 tackles […]

Around The Web: Defensive Plans, Page On Brown, Roasting Irrelevant

Just what defense will the Kansas City Chiefs run this season?  While there has been plenty of speculation, Bob Gretz goes right to the man making the final decisions, Todd Haley, and found out. While those outside the team may be hung up on whether it will play a 4-3 or a 3-4 defense, Haley […]

News: Chiefs Sign Mike Brown

The Kansas City Chiefs have signed former Chicago Bears safety Mike Brown according to the Kansas City Star. The nine-year veteran quickly established himself as one of the top safeties in the league after being drafted by the Bears in the second round in 2000.  He is Chicago’s all-time leader in defensive touchdowns with seven. […]

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