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Why De’Anthony Thomas is the new Dante Hall

Chiefs’ return man De’Anthony Thomas celebrating a touchdown Watching rookie speedster De’Anthony Thomas for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2014 reminded me of a previous Chiefs outstanding speed-man. Dante Hall dominated the punt and kick return in the NFL for a four or five year period. Thomas showed signs of being that dynamic return man that punters and kickers try to avoid...
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Kansas City Chiefs GM John Dorsey has a new, funny look inspired by Andy Reid

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid caused quite the stir with his Hawaiian shirt last week. Now GM John Dorsey is apparently taking fashion tips from his head coach. BREAKING: #Chiefs GM John Dorsey ditches trademark sweatshirts for Andy Reid Hawaiian shirts. More details to come. — Kansas City Chiefs (@KCChiefs) April 1, 2015 Well, considering the...
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Kansas City Chiefs 3-round draft predictions

The Kansas City Chiefs have four picks in the first three rounds of the NFL draft starting on April 30th. One came from the compensatory picks the league announced. Andy Reid has some issues to address but with the free agency moves he and John Dorsey have made make the draft a little easier to predict. Here are my predictions for picks that may happen. Round 1: Pick #18 Dorial Green...
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Photo: Chiefs head coach Andy Reid takes in a Royals game wearing a normal shirt

Last night Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid decided to go out on the town and take in a ballgame… AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: Five things that will happen as March comes to a close First and 10: Ten teams that would be great on Hard Knocks Check out this photo of Reid sitting in the stands at the Royals’ spring training game against the Mariners: Andy Reid is at...
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Now the Kansas City Chiefs are photoshopping Hawaiian shirt wearing Andy Reid

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid wearing a Hawaiian shirt at NFL Owners’ meetings was all the buzz. Now the team’s having a little fun with it. Andy Reid's had the Hawaiian shirt game on lock for a while now. Yessss. AROUND COVER32 QB Rankings: All 32 NFL starters, rated by how fun they’d be to hang out with Power Rankings: The best player in each franchise’s history...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

People are going crazy about Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid’s shirt

On Monday I told you about some possible weight loss by Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. He does look a good bit skinnier. Clearly, though, I missed the real story. Andy Reid wins Chillest Dad At The NFL Coaches Meeting by a landslide: via @NFLprguy — SB Nation (@SBNation) March 23, 2015 One of these things is not like...
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LeSean McCoy's goodbye to Eagles leaves out Chip Kelly

Former Philadelphia Eagles’ running back LeSean McCoy officially became a member of the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday after an astonishing trade sent him packing last week. McCoy has posted this goodbye message on his Instagram account, thanking several people including former coach Andy Reid. One name omitted from McCoy’s lists is current head coach Chip Kelly. Courtesy: Instagram...
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March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs gain Maclin, lose Hudson

The Kansas City Chiefs made some free agency moves over the weekend, but so did the rest of the NFL. Jeremy Maclin Kansas City filled the much needed wide receiver position with free agent Jeremy Maclin from the Philadelphia Eagles. His contract with the Chiefs is reported to be approximately $11 million dollars per year. Dwayne Bowe, the Chiefs number one receiver in 2014, is...
March 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs need to upgrade their wide receivers

The Kansas City Chiefs put on an all-time miserable show during the 2014-15 season with no wide receiver touchdowns and ranking 29th in passing yards per game. John Dorsey and the Chiefs seem to be aware of this and have already made a step towards a change with the release of A.J. Jenkins and Donnie Avery last Tuesday. With 176 yards, Avery ranked third in receiving yards among...
February 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid isn’t on the hot seat, but these 10 guys are

The NFL season is upon us. Yes, it’s still six weeks until training camps get started. And sure, the regular-season opener isn’t for 84 days. But with voluntary OTAs and mandatory minicamps underway, every team in the league has already started their preparation for 2014. That means coaching staffs have already begun evaluating talent, molding their roster, installing systems...
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