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Scott Pioli recalls growing up just north of New York City, in a small town called Washingtonville, not far from Stewart Air Force Base.
All the children from surrounding communities funneled into the same school district back then, including those from the military station. So Pioli had a chance to see firsthand at a young age the sacrifice that servicemen and women - and their families - make on a regular basis.
''It was fascinating to learn and watch how those families watched out for each other, and stuck up for each other,'' said Pioli, the general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs. ''It's a tough life, a tough lifestyle. Then compound that by the reality of today, where people are risking their lives. It's one of the most selfless things you can do.''
Pioli joined Chiefs officials, cheerleaders and half a dozen members of the defensive backfield in visiting Whiteman Air Force Base on Tuesday, what would normally be a day off for the p...
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Never take Todd Haley to a hot dog eating contest. The guy just doesn’t know how to keep his cool. If only this would have happened before the Chiefs
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Coach Todd Haley will be moving into the final year of his contract next year, and while general...
Coach Todd Haley will be moving into the final year of his contract next year, and while general manager Scott Pioli wouldn't say whether the Chiefs would extend his contract, his comments seemed to indicate they would. Pioli praised Haley on Monday in an interview with The Kansas City Star.
Chiefs are refreshed Chiefs coach Todd Haley said Wednesday that, after two days off, his team was physically and emotionally recharged from playing two games in six days. He told reporters after the Chiefs' 31-3 loss to Miami on Sunday that he believed he had worked players too hard after the previous Monday night game, an overtime victory against San Diego.
Kansas City coach Todd Haley said on a conference call with Denver reporters this morning that he fully expects the Broncos to continue to run a read-option offense against the Chiefs Sunday in Kansas City.
“I wouldn’t be sad if we didn’t see it,” Haley said, laughing. “I think that it’s a multidimensional offense, and it’s becoming that more and more each week as guys...
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Jerheme Urban hasn't been playing a whole lot of wide receiver for the Kansas City Chiefs lately. He has only one catch all season, and that was in the opener.
He might as well play quarterback for the Denver Broncos.
Or at least try to imitate it.
You see, Urban stands 6-foot-3 and 210 pounds, and he has some experience at quarterback from his younger...
Setting aside Thursday’s AFC West showdown between the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers, the Kansas City Chiefs can’t be scoreboard watchers any more. Thanks to their blowout loss at home to Miami, their playoff destiny now depends on how they bounce back.
Todd Haley and his staff sat through an encore viewing of the Chiefs' 31-3 loss Sunday to the previously winless Miami Dolphins, watching quarterback Matt Moore stand in the pocket and, again and again, find open receivers. It was a big game for Moore, who wasn't sacked and was rarely pressured by the Chiefs. It was the first game since Moore became the Dolphins' starter...
Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson spent the last couple of days studying video of the Denver Broncos offense and...
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Denver Broncos vs Kansas City Chiefs Odds
The Denver Broncos look for a second straight divisional upset when the visit the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 10 NFL betting action.
Denver upset Oakland while the Chiefs handed Miami its first win of the season in Week 9. The Chiefs opened as 3-point home chalk in this...