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The 2012 season is over for the Kansas City Chiefs, and now we look onto the potential 2013 Kansas City Chiefs roster changes. The Chiefs will potentially have 20 players saying goodbye this offseason, and that doesn’t include the players new Head Coach Andy Reid decides to cut, trade or sign this offseason. The first player every Chiefs fan is tired of hearing about becoming...
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WR Dwayne Bowe
Despite having some of the worst quarterback play in the NFL over that stretch, Bowe has averaged 75 catches for 1041 yards and 7 touchdowns per 16 games in his 6-year NFL career and he’s played in 88 of a possible 96 games in his career. It’ll be really interesting to see what kind of production he gets if he goes to a team with a better quarterback...
Rachel Wray, a former Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader, is making a knockout a common occurrence.
Wray outlasted Katelyn Radtka with a second-round knockout (1:06 mark) at the Ultimate Blue Corner Battles in Kansas City, Mo., on Friday night.
It’s the second knockout in two tries for the premiere fighter. In her debut she forced her opponent to surrender as well.
Check out the video...
Rachel Wray, the former Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader turned female MMA fighter won her second fight in the cage and is still undefeated.
Wray, a beauty by way of Arkansas, beat Katelyn Radtka by a TKO in the second Friday night at the Ultimate Blue Corner Battles in Kansas City, Mo. She is 2-0 as an amateur just months after she started training as an MMA fighter.
Former Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader Rachel Wray, not to be confused with Rachael Ray, has given up the sidelines for the octagon. She’s become a MMA cage fighter, and she’s even won her first two fights.
You can watch those fights here
Update: Wray wins third fight to go 3-0. She defeated Katelyn Radtka by TKO Friday night at Harrah’s Casino North Kansas City. Wray is more...
GREEN BAY, Wis. Former Packers cornerback Al Harris has been hired as the secondary coach for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Harris, 38, played in Green Bay from 2003-10 was named to two Pro Bowls in that time.
Early in his career, Harris played for new Chiefs coach Andy Reid in Philadelphia for four seasons. Harris served as a coaching intern this season with the Miami Dolphins under...
The Kansas City Chiefs announced Friday that they hired Al Harris as their secondary coach, Mark DeLeone as a quality control coach and they are keeping assistant strength coach Brent Salazar. Kansas City also signed wide receiver Tyler Shoemaker. Harris, who played 15 years in the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers, Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams, will start...