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Wallace Gilberry dragged down the opposing quarterback four times for the Chiefs last season during a game in St. Louis, so he knows the nature of sacks. “They usually come in bunches,” Gilberry said. “Hopefully they’ll come sooner rather than later and more often.”
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Kansas City Chiefs fans probably didn’t realize what they were losing earlier this year when Charlie Weis headed off to the University of Florida.Weis is one of the top offensive coordinators in football and he has so far been showing off his skills down in the swamp fairly successfully. But was he the secret to the Chiefs’ success last year? At first glance it’s easy to come...
Here's what most Chiefs fans know of Jon Baldwin: He's a highly touted wide receiver whose checkered history in college caused his draft stock to fall and his fight with a teammate in training camp resulted in an injury that's kept him out all season.
Here's what Baldwin wants fans to know: He is willing to do whatever it takes to help Kansas City win on the field...
Albert shows some leadership Left tackle Branden Albert is generally quiet and unassuming, but coach Todd Haley indicated Albert stepped out of character last week for the Minnesota game. Albert came to Haley during the week and asked that the Chiefs run behind him during the game.
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Could the possibility of teams purposely tanking down the stretch this season in order to secure the first overall pick to take Andrew Luck influence the NFL to institute an NBA-style draft lottery?
Editor’s Note: Coltzilla’s Travis Tango had the opportunity to catch up with Craig Stout of Arrowheadpride.com to get an inside look at the Kansas City Chiefs. Take some time to browse Travis’ questions and Craig’s answers after the jump. We would like to thank Craig for taking the time out of his busy schedule to [...]
Chiefs head coach Todd Haley said Friday that a decision had not yet been made on whether Jon Baldwin will make his NFL debut Sunday at Indianapolis. Baldwin, who hasnt played because of a broken thumb suffered in a fight with teammate Thomas Jones, was a full participant in each of this weeks practices, and he was listed as probable for Sunday.Source: Kansas City Star Attached Thumbnails
What do you call a week when the Kansas City Chiefs don’t play?
The lockers are still packed with equipment, clothing and mail. It’s not as if the Chiefs’ injured players will walk back in, their knee injuries mysteriously healed, but in here, the surroundings have been kept as if they had never left. There’s been an interlude since the Chiefs experienced a rash of season-ending injuries — tight end Tony Moeaki, safety Eric Berry and...
In a game that looked like it might be a matchup of winless teams, the Colts host the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday afternoon. Of course, the Chiefs spoiled that scenario by picking up their first victory last week, so the Colts bring the only … [visit site to read more]Friday Fan Pulse: Colts v. Chiefs - Naptown's Finest - Naptown's Finest - An Indianapolis Colts Blog