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Quarterback Tyler Palko is again inactive for the Chiefs. He will not be in uniform for today's game against the Raiders at Arrowhead.
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The Chiefs were eliminated from playoff contention on Saturday, their roller-coaster season taking one more dip when they lost to the Raiders in overtime.
That doesn't mean they don't have something to play for in their finale.
Romeo Crennel may be coaching for his job against the Broncos next Sunday. The interim coach has already said he wants the permanent job after leading...
The Chiefs are proving that it’s not over till it’s over. With a huge upset of the Packers last week they kept their hopes of repeating as AFC West champions alive.
Kansas City needs a lot of help in the next two weeks, but anything is possible. If they win out, Denver loses its last two games, and San Diego loses at least one of the final two the Chiefs will come out on...
With their Christmas Eve loss to the Oakland Raiders, the Kansas City Chiefs are on the clock for 2012. In two weeks we’ve seen what Romeo Crennel can do. Now it’s time to see what Jeff Fisher can do.
Chiefs offensive coordinator Bill Muir took time in his usual weekly news conference to do a couple things. First, he became the latest to endorse Romeo Crennel as the permanent head coach according to Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star. He also took a swipe at former coach Todd Haley. Without mentioning Haley by name, Muir suggested the offense last week operated more efficiently...
Kicker Ryan Succop tied the Chiefs record with his 22nd straight field goal when he tied the game with a 23-yard boot Saturday during the first quarter of a 16-13 overtime loss against the Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium. Of course, Succop will have to settle for tying Stoyanovich for now after two of his final three kicks were blocked by Raiders defensive tackle Richard Seymour.
There have been classic rematches. Highly anticipated rematches. And then there is the dreaded rematch: Kansas City's Kyle Orton vs. Denver's Tim Tebow.
The Chiefs saw the best and worst of quarterback Kyle Orton on Saturday. They saw him throw two critical interceptions, both in Oakland territory. They saw him called for intentional grounding twice in crucial situations. They saw some of the reasons two other teams have given up on him in the last four years.
Down Go The Packers, Down Go The Packers! The unbeatable team that was, is no longer, and it’s due to the foot of Ryan Succop of the Chiefs! Ryan Succop got Vanderjacked and it ruined the perfect season of the defending champions.
Succop kicked 4 fg’s as Kansas City beat Green Bay 19-14. The Cheifs gave interim coach Romeo Crennel a big win. The Cheifs kicker has hit on 88%...
Carson Palmer didn't stand much of a chance the last time he faced the Kansas City Chiefs.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Sebastian Janikowski kicked a 36-yard field goal 2:13 into overtime Saturday, giving the Oakland...