Jets Thank Thomas Jones With Ad In KC Star

The New York Jets weren’t interested in bringing Thomas Jones back for the 2010 season, but they obviously appreciated his effort over the past few years.  They took out a full-page ad in yesterday’s Kansas City Star to thank the newest member of the Chiefs. The ad, on Page A11 of the paper, featured a […]

Chiefs Sign Thomas Jones

The Kansas City Chiefs have signed former New York Jets running back Thomas Jones to a two year deal. Jones was released by the Jets last week after being due a $3 million roster bonus on top of a $2.8 million base salary this season.  He and the Jets failed to reach a compromise on […]

Jets Give Cromartie Cash Up-Front For Kids

There were multiple reasons why the San Diego Chargers were so willing to deal away CB Antonio Cromartie to the New York Jets with most of them having to do with his off-the-field issues.  The Jets tried to take care of some by giving him $500k up-front to help him clean up his paternity issues. […]

Tony Richardson Still Leading The Way

When the New York Jets face the Indianapolis Colts today in the AFC Championship, former Chiefs fullback Tony Richardson will be front and center of the Jets offensive attack.  In today’s Kansas City Star, Jason Whitlock takes a look at just how important Richardson has been throughout his career. After 11 years in Kansas City, […]

Around The Web: Gannon On Cassel-Weis, Free Agency Grades, Big Apple Marty Ball

When Matt Cassel gets under center next season he will be getting his plays from a new offensive coordinator.  According to Rich Gannon, Kansas City’s starting quarterback will benefit the most from having Charlie Weis around. Gannon, now a CBS analyst who called several Chiefs games last year, said he saw a developing quarterback who […]

Tony Richardson Tells Jets To Seize The Moment

Former Chiefs fullback Tony Richardson made the playoffs twice in his first three years in the league.  Kansas City didn’t win either of those games, but he figured he’d be back soon enough to finally win a postseason game.  Richardson finally got that victory last week — 15 seasons after his first playoff appearance — […]

T-Rich Gets His First Playoff Win

He reached the playoffs during his first year in the NFL back in 1995, but it wasn’t until yesterday that he finally notched a victory.  No matter the wait, former Chiefs FB Tony Richardson is happy to be celebrating a playoff win for the first time in his 15-season career, especially with the ribbing he […]

Around The Web: Tale Of Two Trojans, Johnston Claimed, Pain-Free Punter

The Chiefs’ Matt Cassel and the Jets’ Mark Sanchez both played their college football at Southern Cal, but that is where their similarities end.  Jonathan Rand compares the fishbowls that have greeted each player with their new teams. Cassel led the New England Patriots to an 11-5 record in his first season as an NFL […]

Read: Chiefs Pick Becoming More Valuable

There has been plenty of talk surrounding what the Kansas City Cheifs will do with the No. 3 pick in next week’s draft and on the first episode of The Red & Gold Report I wondered if anyone even wanted to move up into that spot. But now comes word from Scouts Inc.’s Todd McShay […]

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