Tyson Jackson, Ryan O’Callaghan Out For Chiefs

Yesterday, the Chiefs had three players listed as “questionable” on their injury report.  Tonight that number has gone down to just one, though the change wasn’t good for Kansas City’s chances on Sunday, according to Josh Looney. Chiefs move both Tyson Jackson and Ryan O’Callaghan to “out” on official injury report. Jackson had been hopeful […]

Hali, Jackson And O’Callaghan All Questionable

The Kansas City Chiefs will be heading to Cleveland to take on the Browns and are continuing to sort through their injury situation for their second game of the season.  Take a look at the Chiefs injury report for Sunday’s game. Questionable OLB Tamba Hali (foot) DE Tyson Jackson (knee) T Ryan O’Callaghan (groin) Probable […]

One Player Missing, Three Limited At Chiefs Practice

The Chiefs replaced injured linebacker Cameron Sheffield with veteran Charlie Anderson Wednesday, but they still have four players that missed or were limited during practice. DE Tyson Jackson was the only player not at practice when the opening bell sounded, though he was in the building following practice. The Chiefs officially listed Jackson as a […]

Players To Watch: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles

The Kansas City Chiefs face their final real test before the regular season Friday night at The New Arrowhead when they take on the Philadelphia Eagles in the always important third preseason game.  With the starters on both sides of the ball expected to play well into the third quarter, this game should give us […]

Dorsey Using Crennel, Kim To Take The Next Step

It’s no secret that the beleaguered Chiefs defense will need to improve in all areas, but especially the defensive line.  The front three led by Glenn Dorsey and Tyson Jackson will need to be better this year.  At camp Dorsey knows that having defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel and “pass rush guru” GrandMaster Joseph E. Kim […]

Chiefs Search For Pressure

When a defense struggles as much as the Chiefs has in recent years, it’s hard to overlook the lack of a pass rush, especially after a historically bad effort in 2008.  John Marshall takes a look at Kansas City’s defensive outlook when it comes to quarterback pressure. “That’s a clear-cut goal of ours of an […]

Martial Law On The Defensive Line

After struggling with another season in the pass rush department, the Chiefs only added OLB Cameron Sheffield and NT Shaun Smith this offseason.  Todd Haley expects a lot out of the returning players and, as Josh Looney reports, he has brought in Taekwondo GrandMaster Joseph E. Kim to help those players. Known by many around […]

How Much Does Tyson Jackson Measure Up?

It’s no secret that the Kansas City Chiefs defense struggled on all fronts last season on the way to 4 wins.  With Eric Berry as the only big name addition, the holdovers are going to need to step their game….  but just how much? Bob Gretz has taken a look at how big of a […]

LSU: Bust University?

With the Kansas City Chiefs taking players from LSU in the first round each of the past three years, The Star’s Kent Babb takes a look at the lack of success Tiger players have had at the next level.  Of the 35 LSU players drafted since 2003, only one has made the Pro Bowl. [T]he […]

The Next Tyson Jackson

Last year, Kansas City GM Scott Pioli made a surprising first round pick by selecting LSU DE Tyson Jackson.  Most “experts” had Jackson pegged as a mid-teens pick, but the Chiefs pushed him all the way up to No. 4.  Could Oklahoma OT Trent Williams make that sort of jump this year?  Mike Detiller seems […]

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