KANSAS CITY, Mo. True story: When his Kansas City Chiefs don't play well, Clark Hunt changes from mild-mannered Bruce Banner into The Incredible Hulk. Within moments, he's kicking chairs and banging on tables in sheer, unadulterated rage.
Within moments, he's rampaging his way through skybox after skybox at Arrowhead Stadium in a fit of fury, ripping some very expensive...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Clark Hunt is regarded as an intensely private man, someone who prefers to operate behind the scenes and away from the spotlight that comes with owning an NFL franchise.
In some ways, that's about to change.
Hunt fired coach Romeo Crennel on Monday as part of a shakeup of the entire structure of a franchise that his father, the late Lamar Hunt, founded...
Here's what Clark Hunt does not understand about his general manager, Scott Pioli: His massive ego is born of insecurity and most effectively used as a shield for his deceit.
Pioli is a swindler. Pride and vanity will not push Pioli into forfeiting the millions of dollars he apparently suckered Hunt into promising him in the form of a contract extension. Pioli can't be shamed...
The Kansas City Chiefs have parted ways with their head coach Romeo Crennel after perhaps the most gut-wrenching season in team history.
The Belcher tragedy is only one reason why the Chiefs were more miserable than good in 2012.
Players did not play up to their potential. Crennel was frankly out-coached in many of their losses.
The Chiefs proved to be more Bad News Bears than...
A week ago the horrors committed by Jovan Belcher did not seem plausible.
The person that will pay the price for this tragedy more so than anyone else is Belcher’s the three-month old daughter Zoey, who will never get to know her parents in the light that she deserves.
On Friday the Kansas City Chiefs announced that they in tandem with the Hunt family which owns the team have...
Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt offered his condolences Sunday to the families affected by the murder-suicide involving one of his players, calling it ''an incredibly difficult 24 hours for our family.''
Hunt spoke to The Associated Press on the field before the Chiefs' game against the Carolina Panthers. He said the Chiefs consulted with the league about whether...
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December 02, 2012
Kansas City Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt released the following statement to his fans in relation to this past Sunday’s aftermath in which they cheered for quarterback Matt Cassel when he was knocked out of the game.Over the last few days, there has been a lot of talk about our fans, and I feel like it’s important to set the record straight. I know our fans. They are passionate...
It all started on Monday when a Kansas City Chiefs fan sent out a tweet voicing his frustrations about his favorite team.
I’m not much of a @kcchiefs fan anymore. Clark Hunt’s yearly 30m under the cap ******** is unethical. Greedy bastard owners can F.O. cc @nfl
— Travis Wright (@teedubya) September 11, 2012
Eric Wright received a direct message from the person who runs...
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The Kansas City Chiefs were forced to issue an apology after the person managing the team's official Twitter account shot back an angry reply tweet to a critical fan.
Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt says his team is celebrating its 50th anniversary in the city this year and plans to stick around for another five decades.
Hunt joined Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli and head coach Romeo Crennel on Tuesday to announce several activities planned to mark the anniversary. Among them are charitable functions and a trip to Joplin to help the city...
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May 15, 2012