Posted July 27, 2013 on
St. Joseph, MO - Much was made of the Chiefs flirtation to trade their franchise left tackle, Branden Albert, around the NFL Draft. But that never materialized. Instead they have a high priced, premium player who appears to have shaken off those trade talks and is looking forward to helping KC’s line right now.

Chiefs want a taste of a championship: 'Playing football and making money is not the goal, It’s to win a championship'

The arrival of Andy Reid has given a franchise the confidence it has lacked for a while now. The team is focused on winning and getting to the playoffs, not just playing through the string. Veteran now are realizing they can make all the money in the world, but when you're losing, it still stinks. Outside linebacker Tamba Hali and inside linebacker Derrick Johnson have...

Chiefs still waiting to sign No. 1 pick Eric Fisher

We suppose the No. 1 overall pick in April's NFL Draft is supposed to be signed dead last. It certainly looks that way as the Kansas City Chiefs have yet to sign right tackle Eric Fisher. Luckily, we hear talks are ongoing, which is a good sign. But in the meantime, Fisher is missing training camp, and that's always a concern for a rookie. According to league source,...

Chiefs place Dwayne Bowe on non-football injury list

The Kansas City Chiefs have placed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe on the non-football injury list due to a virus. The #Chiefs have placed WR Dwayne Bowe on the Non-Football Injury list, I’m told. It’s unclear why at this point. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 26, 2013 Reid said Bowe has a virus. Expects him back to practice soon — Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) July 26, 2013 ...

Dwayne Bowe sidelined with chest virus

Kansas City Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe has landed on the non-football illness (NFI) list due to a chest virus, according to the NFL's official transaction report, via No word on when he'll return, but head coach Andy Reid told reporters that Bowe is experiencing some congestion with the virus. He also assured everyone that the NFI designation is totally unrelated...

Report: Chiefs agree to terms with Eric Fisher

According to, the Kansas City Chiefs and rookie offensive tackle Eric Fisher has agreed to terms on a contract. Chiefs, Eric Fisher agree to terms, per league source. He's heading to camp and will sign contract then practice with team. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) July 26, 2013   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Report...

Chiefs, 1st overall pick Fisher agree to terms

The first overall pick was one of the last first-round picks to agree to terms. But it’s better late than never especially when it’s not really late. Per a league source the Chiefs and tackle Eric Fisher have struck a deal. We’re told he’s heading to camp where he will sign the contract and then participate in the team’s first training-camp practice.

All-in already: Chiefs gamble on quick turnaround

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) John Dorsey considers himself conservative by nature. He's willing to take a few calculated gambles, sure, but he doesn't like risks. He'd rather put his money on the sure thing. It's a philosophy that served him well during his time in Green Bay, where he helped piece together draft classes that consistently kept the Packers in playoff contention...

Dwayne Bowe not practicing for second day at Chiefs training camp

It's another beautiful day at Missouri Western and the Chiefs are settling in for another practice. Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe who sat out Friday's practice with a chest virus also appears to be sitting out Saturday's practice. He's wearing a floppy hat and watching his teammates go through warm ups.

WR Bowe passes physical, joins Chiefs practice

Andy Reid said Friday he expected Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe to be back on the field "pretty quick." The prophetic coach saw his stud wide receiver suit up for practice Sunday morning The Kansas City Star reported. Bowe began camp on the non-football injury list with a chest virus.

Chiefs, Fisher agree on contract

The Kansas City Chiefs and No. 1 overall pick Eric Fisher have agreed to terms on a four-year contract, thus getting the offensive tackle under contract before the first full practice of camp Friday afternoon. The Chiefs have confirmed to FOX Sports that Fisher's camp has agreed to a deal and he's on his way to camp to sign officially. Like most of the top-10 picks, Fisher...
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