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It’s one thing to get a tattoo of your favorite team anywhere on your body. It’s an entirely different thing to get a gnarly skull tattoo on your skull. The sad thing is this isn’t the worst tattoo I’ve ever seen when it comes to professional sports. By the way, this looks nothing like a Kansas City Chiefs logo at all.
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Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs front office, have a very important decision to make after they finish their talent evaluations coming into the 2013 NFL Draft this offseason. And that decision, is to trade down from the 1st overall pick to another position, and get a couple more draft picks too, or to stick with the 1st pick, and pick the best player available. However, is...
Former Minnesota Vikings safety Husain Abdullah took the entire year off last season to focus on obligations to his muslim faith, speaking at mosques across the country, and make the pilgrimage to Mecca with his brother and fellow safety Hamza.
Abdullah, 6', 204 lbs, turned down a contract offer from Minnesota fater being with the team from 2008 to 2011.
The Chiefs had reportedly...
The Kansas City Chiefs announced that they’ve released wide receiver Steve Breaston and tight end Kevin Boss.
Chiefs release Steve Breaston, Kevin Boss.
— Reid Ferrin (@KCChiefs_Reid) February 19, 2013
The Chiefs were already $11 million under the salary cap. They’ve freed up a total of $8.4 million.
After suffering another concussion last season that ended up putting Boss...
According to ESPN’s Adan Schefter via Evan Silva, the Kansas City Chiefs may end up placing the franchise tag on wide receiver Dwayne Bowe for a second straight offseason.
On SportsCenter, ESPN’s Adam Schefter said Dwayne Bowe may get franchise tagged again. “The #Chiefs are gonna figure out a way to keep him.”
— Evan Silva (@evansilva) February 19, 2013
If the Chiefs...
The Kansas City Chiefs announced Tuesday that that have released both wide receiver Steve Breaston and tight end Kevin Boss.
Breaston was supposed to be a good fit with the team as he was with the Arizona Cardinals. However, things just didn't pan out after the Chiefs gave him a 5-year, $23 million deal in 2011. That year, he had 61 catches for 785 yards, but there was a big...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter stated on Tuesday morning’s SportsCenter that that the Kansas City Chiefs could end up franchising WR Dwayne Bowe for the second straight offseason.
“The Chiefs are gonna figure out a way to keep him,” said Schefter, via Rotoworld.com.
All indications suggest that the Chiefs front office has Bowe as a part of their long-term plans. The franchise tag...
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. Husain Abdullah said he would one day return to the NFL when he and his brother, Hamza, both decided to put their football careers on hold to commit time to their Islamic faith.
The two brothers, both NFL defensive backs, sat out last season, a sabbatical that allowed them to go on pilgrimage to Mecca. Now, Husain is back in the league.
The Kansas City Chiefs...
The Kansas City Chiefs placed the franchise tag on wide receiver Dwayne Bowe last season, but could they use the tag on the pending free agent once again this year under head coach Andy Reid? ESPN’s Adam Schefter speculated as much this morning while appearing on the network’s Sportcenter show.
It has been speculated that Bowe is likely seeking a deal which rivals what Tampa...
The following words are not Geno Smith friendly as they pertain to the front office feelings of the Kansas City Chiefs.
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The Kansas City Chiefs cut WR Steve Breaston and TE Kevin Boss on Tuesday.
Breaston, 29, signed a five-year deal worth $22.55 million back in 2011. He was coming off of a great season for the Cardinals, but wasn’t able to replicate that kind of production with the Chiefs. In fact, he was a healthy scratch numerous times this season. Breaston tallied 255 receptions for 3,387...
The Kansas City Chiefs announced the release of a pair of
veterans yesterday, wide receiver Steve Breaston and tight end Kevin Boss.
Neither of the moves comes as much of a surprise, as Andy
Reid has begun the process of molding the roster he inherited.
Breaston was one of the league’s top young receivers in
Arizona when he suited up next to Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin...
The Kansas City Chiefs released wide receiver Steve Breaston on Wednesday and on Thursday his agent, David Graves, told 93.7 The Fan that he and his client are exploring their option right now but that there is mutual interest in joining a few different teams with the Pittsburgh Steelers being one them.
"He is currently exploring all his options and we can’t really comment...
Are you ready for more talk about sexy free agent players that the Pittsburgh Steelers might add this offseason? No, I'm not talking about linebacker Bart Scott, who was released by the New York Jets on Tuesday.
The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Tuesday that they had released wide receiver Steve Breaston, a Woodland Hills graduate, and he is exactly the kind of potentially...
The Kansas City Chiefs parted ways with a pair of veterans who had lackluster seasons in 2012, in releasing tight end Kevin Boss and receiver Steve Breaston.
Boss spent last season with the Chiefs and had just three catches before landing on injured reserve with a head injury. He had played for the Oakland Raiders in 2011 and had been with the New York Giants before that.
The Chiefs have cut ties with receiver Steve Breaston and tight end Kevin Boss.Fantasy Spin:Breaston had 1,006 yards on 77 receptions in 2008-09 but hasn't done anything to warrant fantasy attention in the last four seasons. Boss, meanwhile, played just two games last season.