Former Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez already pushed himself past Shannon Sharpe in the record book.
And now Tony G has pushed Sharpe out the door at CBS Sports.
Gonzalez has been hired by the network as an analyst for its pregame show, "The NFL Today," as well as other CBS platforms.
Gonzalez essentially will be replacing Sharpe and Dan Marino in the studio, and will be...
I have a feeling Kansas City fans may have just started loving CBS a lot more.
CBS just sent a release on the NFL Today: Tony Gonzalez is in. Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe are out.
— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) February 18, 2014
The all-time leader among tight ends in touchdowns and yards replaces another all-time great tight end in Sharpe and a legendary quarterback in Marino...
Longtime analysts Dan Marino and Shannon Sharpe will not return to CBS' ''The NFL Today'' pregame show.
CBS chief Sean McManus said in a statement that ''Dan and Shannon are true Hall of Famers on the field and in front of the camera. As they pursue other professional opportunities, we thank them for their hard work and dedication and wish them nothing...
Via AP on Fox
February 18, 2014
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Chiefs fans might still be reeling too much to even watch the rest of the NFL playoffs.
So, hey, let's talk about the NFL Draft, a subject always good to cheer up even the most depressed football fan.
The Chiefs will get the 23rd overall pick in this year's draft and, like most teams, their draft needs are spread across the roster -- safety, tight end...
I remember the days of TG catching everything all over the field. He was magnificent, a true revolution to the TE position. So when trade talks were rumored that Tony could come back to Kansas City, I was truly hopeful they could find a way. Knowing this was imposable considering Atlanta would want far to much for him I was not all that surprised when the time came and then went...
Chiefs’ GM John Dorsey
Despite rumors of bringing Tony Gonzalez back to Kansas City or acquiring offensive line help via a trade, the Kansas City Chiefs let the NFL trade deadline pass by yesterday without any action being taken. The lack of any moves shows both faith and patience by the front office with the current roster.
Why the Chiefs didn’t do anything
Plenty of talent...
When Larry Johnson was a durable, grind-it-out running back for the Kansas City Chiefs, racking up consecutive 1,700-yard rushing seasons in 2005 and 2006, he used to go to work with guys named Tony Gonzalez, Eddie Kennison and Trent Green.
These days, he reportedly has a hobby where there's still grinding involved, but the co-workers are more likely to have names like Destinee...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. You know Jimmy Graham?
Demetrius Harris isnt well, he isnt, um, there yet.
Ive never studied them, but Ive seen (people) compare me to them, Harris, the former collegiate basketball player at Wisconsin-Milwaukee, said Saturday, where hes learning the NFL tight end ropes on the fly at the Kansas City Chiefs rookie minicamp. But...
When news broke on Wednesday that the Kansas City Chiefs had acquired Arizona Cardinals Fullback, Anthony Sherman, we assumed it would be for a future draft pick. But instead, the team sent their prized 2010 draft pick that was part of the Tony Gonzalez trade.
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