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The Kansas City Chiefs signed linebacker Brandon Siler to a one-year contract extension.
Siler missed the entire season after suffering a torn Achilles' tendon.
A seventh-round draft pick in 2007, he spent his first four seasons with the San Diego Chargers, notching career highs of 67 tackles and two sacks in 2009-10.
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The Kansas City Chiefs signed linebacker Brandon Siler to a one-year contract extension after he missed all of this season because of a torn Achilles tendon.
A person familiar with the deal says the Kansas City Chiefs have signed kicker Ryan Succop to a $14 million, five-year contract extension.
ESPN.com, citing anonymous sources, first reported the deal.
The contract includes a $2 million signing bonus, according to a person who spoke on condition of anonymity to The Associated Press late Friday because an official announcement had...
There weren't exactly a whole lot of fireworks, but Kansas City managed a hard-fought 7-3 win on the road in Denver.
Kyle Orton had 180 yards and no TDs passing, while the Chiefs only score came on a Dexter McCluster run. He finished with 61 yards rushing and the score. Dwayne Bowe was off to a great start, with 93 yards receiving on 6 catches, but had to leave...
Attorneys for Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Kyle Orton have
filed a lawsuit claiming bad advice from his former lawyers cost him and and
others millions of dollars related to energy investments.
CHICAGO—Attorneys for Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Kyle Orton have filed a lawsuit claiming bad advice from his former lawyers cost him and and others millions of dollars related to
CHICAGO (AP) -- Attorneys for Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Kyle Orton have filed a lawsuit claiming bad advice from his former lawyers cost him and and others millions of dollars related to energy investments.
The Kansas City Chiefs put running back Jackie Battle on injured reserve and signed running back Shaun Draughn to the active roster before their season finale against Denver.
Former Bronco Kyle Orton got his revenge in leading the Kansas City Chiefs to a 7-3 win over Denver on Sunday, but it's the Broncos who clinched the AFC West and is headed to the postseason.
It has been almost a week since the Kansas City Chiefs cut out our hearts and ruined Christmas by losing to the Oakland Raiders in overtime. Is it just me or do the Raiders always go deep on the first play in overtime whenever they face the Chiefs? Anyway the consolation prize is facing the Antichrist led Denver Broncos and getting the opportunity to derail their playoff dreams....
So the last "Blitz" of the season is also the first of the new year.
Maybe the Chiefs feel that way, too, having watched the AFC West division title slip to the toothless Broncos.
If that doesn't make you want to start working toward next season, then nothing will.
This week, we'll be looking at the Denver game specifically, but also how it represented the Chiefs...
DENVER • Tim Tebow still can't beat Kyle Orton
on the football field.