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Kansas City Chiefs
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It is unfair to give the Chiefs' offense anything but an incomplete grade for last season. The offense was built around the dynamic talents of Jamaal Charles and his spit-take-inducing running style, lost to a torn ACL in Week 2, and a passing game with timing-based short and intermediate routes.
After tight end Tony Moeaki was lost with a torn ACL in the preseason and Jonathan Baldwin was ineffective during his first year, wide receiver Dwayne Bowe was left to shoulder the load.
And the not-so-sure-handed Bowe can not be the only offensive threat.
The defense carried the Chiefs throughout the year, with Romeo Crennel’s unit the bright spot in a dark season for the Chiefs.
Crennel’s midseason promotion to head coach provided the spark to ruin the Packers’ quest for an unblemished record.
While Crennel’s attacking defensive group, reminiscent of his championship days in New England, has done nothing but improve. Will the Foxborough-tinged organization transform their of...
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Dwayne Bowe’s absence from Chiefs workouts has left a void at the top of the wide receiver depth chart. Jonathan Baldwin is doing his best to fill that void as he goes through the offseason program for the first time as a professional. Baldwin, a first-round pick last year, missed out on this stage of the [...]
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles told the Kansas City Star that he’s gotten his “mojo back” after tearing his ACL last season.
“I feel good,” Charles said. “I feel like I got my mojo back. I feel happy. I feel comfortable out there, and I’m ready to go. My legs feel fresh.” Charles added that he’s able to make cuts like normal on zone...
First year Chief Peyton Hillis is looking like the 2010 breakout fantasy star that scored 13 total touchdowns as a member of the Cleveland Browns.
According to a report by Bucky Brooks of NFL.com: “After suffering through a miserable 2011 campaign, Hillis looks ready to be a key contributor for the Chiefs. He reported to camp in outstanding shape and is running the rock with the...
In 2010, the Chiefs made the playoffs, winning the AFC West with 10 victories. In 2011, they won just 7 games, but suffered major injuries to Jamaal Charles, Eric Berry, Tony Moeaki, and Matt Cassel. Charles went down for the season week 2. Moeaki missed the entire year, as did Berry, with the exception of 5 snaps in the opener before tearing his ACL. Cassel, meanwhile, missed 7...
According to NFL.com analyst Bucky Brooks, the rapid development of Chiefs receiver Jonathan Baldwin has Kansas City's training camp buzzing.Fantasy Spin:Dwayne Bowe is holding out, giving Baldwin plenty of reps with Matt Cassel and the first-team offense in training camp. While Kansas City will be a run-heavy team this season, Baldwin will be someone to target late in drafts...
I can sum up the 2011 Chiefs season with one word…..INJURY. Before Halftime of their week 2 game, the Chiefs had lost CB Eric Berry, TE Tony Moeaki and RB Jamaal Charles. To a team that is so dependent on the run, the loss of Charles was the nail in the coffin. Myself, like many other Fantasy Owners, had picked Charles early in the first round expecting another 6 yard per...
Last September, Chiefs Pro Bowl safety Eric Berry tore the ACL in his left knee in the first quarter of the team’s Week 1 loss to Buffalo, cutting his second season in the league excruciatingly short. Berry may have been physically incapacitated, but the mind remained active. In order to stave off insanity while he couldn’t play football, Berry reportedly wrote three screenplays...
Brandon Flowers gave the Chiefs a scare when he injured his foot in Tuesday night's practice and headed to the locker room. News from training camp is that Flowers has a bruised foot and should not be out for long. The Chiefs were off Wednesday and Flowers sat out the morning workout on Thursday. Coach Romeo Crennel said Flowers would sit out Thursday afternoon's practice...
LATROBE, Pa. -- Todd Haley laughs about it, Ben Roethlisberger shrugs.
Neither believe anything will deter them from winning games for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The quarterback and new coach shrug off concerns about two strong personalities uniting, offseason chatter be dadgumed. Haley called called the worries "comical."
"I've heard some of it just through feedback...
Hard to believe, but with training camps having begun and August already here, the 2012 NFL season is mercifully at our doorstep. That means fewer ‘Stephen Strasburg is going to get shut down’ stories and more ‘HOLY CRAP, TIM TEBOW IS SHIRTLESS IN THE RAIN!!!’ stories. Thank. God.
Even better, the 2012 NFL pre-season arrives with no lockout-related...
Todd Haley: You pukes got lousy attitudes but you do have some talent. The good news is attitude can be fixed. Part of why you act sh*tty is lack of respect for your coaching staff. My predecessor ate hog, so the team put on their big boy pants and called in Boss Todd to harness your full potential. Now that I’m here, you finally have a leader you can admire and respect. I can...
The city of Kansas City has things to look forward to after hosting Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game last month. In addition to several star players returning from injury, newly signed free agent running back Peyton Hillis has looked extraordinary in camp so far.
Hillis had a breakout season in 2010 rushing for 1,177 yards and 13 touchdowns for the Cleveland Browns. For a...