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Countdown: Best Chiefs Media of the Week

A roundup of the very best in Kansas City Chiefs media over the past seven days
Via Chiefs.com
12 hours ago

Mock Draft Roundup 4.0: Which Positions Are Most Popular for Chiefs at No. 27?

The latest mock drafts are out and we’ve consolidated them into one place
Via Chiefs.com
2 days ago

Report: Chiefs, Broncos among teams that interest Tony Romo

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo could very well have a say in where he ends up next month. After months of speculation that the former Pro Bowler would be traded, reports surfaced earlier this week that Romo himself anticipates being released.As a 37-year-old quarterback that has played in a grand total of five games over the past two seasons, Romo’s situation is tricky. When...
Via Sportsnaut
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs Honor Black History Month With Local Artist NedRa Bonds

Bonds is featured in the Arrowhead Art Collection
Via Chiefs.com
2 days ago

Chiefs coach Andy Reid makes minor moves to coaching staff

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Chiefs have promoted Brad Childress to assistant head coach and announced that Matt Nagy will take over as the sole offensive coordinator in a minor shake-up of Andy Reid's staff. Childress and Nagy served as co-offensive coordinators last season. Their new roles were announced Monday. Childress takes over from David Culley, who served as assistant head...
Via Associated Press
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs free agency priorities

The Kansas City Chiefs are in a relatively good position when it comes to players entering free agency in 2017.  While most of the team is under contract for 2017, two key players are set to hit the open market. Strong safety Eric Berry and nose tackle Dontari Poe will be unrestricted free agents heading into the 2017 season. Both players will be able to negotiate with other teams...
Via isportsweb.com
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Agent: Eric Berry contract talks have long way to go

The agent for Eric Berry says his talks with the Kansas City Chiefs about a new contract have a “long ways to go,” contrary to what the team’s GM recently said.Berry’s contract status is a matter of great intrigue as he has threatened to sit out the season if he is franchise-tagged again.According to comments shared by Arrowhead Pride Thursday, Chiefs GM John Dorsey said...
Via Larry Brown Sports
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs' Dorsey says talks with Berry, Poe 'very positive'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) For a man who hates to discuss contracts, Chiefs general manager John Dorsey spent a whole lot of time Thursday doing precisely that during an end-of-the-season teleconference. He even addressed his own contract. Dorsey and coach Andy Reid have five-year deals that expire after next season, and there has been speculation that Dorsey could be the heir apparent...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs GM Dorsey cites 'very positive' talks with Berry, Poe reps

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Chiefs general manager John Dorsey has had "very positive" discussions with representatives of safety Eric Berry and defensive tackle Dontari Poe, though he declined to say whether he expects to reach agreements with either of the pending free agents. Dorsey also addressed his own contract situation during an end-of-season teleconference with reporters Thursday...
Via Associated Press
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs GM on Jamaal Charles: ‘Right now I see him as a Chief’ in 2017

Jamaal Charles’ comeback bid in 2016 fell short when knee problems flared up, caused him to miss all but three games and ultimately resulted in another surgery following his 2015 ACL injury.Once among the NFL’s most dangerous players, his status heading into 2017 is in flux. This is especially true considering the running back is set to earn almost $6.2 million this season including...
Via Sportsnaut
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Eric Berry threatens to sit out season if franchise tagged again

Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry has played on the franchise tag once, and he does not want to do it again.Berry told Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star that he is fully prepared to sit out the 2017 season if the Chiefs try to tag him again.“I’ll just take that time to chill with my family, honestly, I’ll sit the season out,” Berry said. “I just want what’s right...
Via Larry Brown Sports
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Eric Berry says he won't play under franchise tag in 2017

Mere weeks after being eliminated in the AFC playoffs by the Pittsburgh Steelers, it’s possible the Kansas City Chiefs could have some major drama on their hands.Coming off the third All-Pro performance of his career, veteran safety Eric Berry is now indicating that he will not play under the franchise tag in 2017. This is some rather big news for both Berry and the Chiefs. He’s...
Via Sportsnaut
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Suspect accused of killing Joe McKnight indicted on second-degree murder charges

The man who is accused of killing former NFL player Joe McKnight was indicted on Thursday by Jefferson Parish’s District Attorney on second-degree murder charges following a grand jury’s investigation.The man accused of killing McKnight, Ronald Gasser Jr., was arrested for manslaughter in December for the death of McKnight on Dec. 1 in a road-rage incident.Detectives believe...
Via Larry Brown Sports
17 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Travis Kelce does ‘Salt Bae’ dance after scoring TD in Pro Bowl

Travis Kelce embraced one of the hottest social media trends after scoring a touchdown in the Pro Bowl on Sunday.Kelce managed to get wide open and had a clear path to the end zone, which he jubilantly leaped into.He then celebrated by doing the “Salt Bae” dance. Kelce really likes to dance, that’s for sure.
Via The Sports Daily
20 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Alex Smith is terrible at Pro Bowl dodgeball

You’d think an NFL quarterback would be really good at dodgeball.Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith might be an exception.Just watch this clip from the NFL Pro Bowl skills competition on Thursday: What kind of form is that? His awkward, sidearmed throw predictably bounced harmlessly off the ground.Come on, Alex Smith. Just throw the ball. Dodgeball isn’t third down.
Via The Sports Daily
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Travis Kelce apologized to referee Carl Cheffers, probably didn’t mean it

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce gave one of the most unconvincing apologies to an official he ripped after a questionable call went against his team in their divisional-round game against the Steelers.Kelce said referee Carl Cheffers shouldn’t even be able to work at Foot Locker, and used some profane language in doing so. It’s clear that he was upset and said some things in the...
Via The Sports Daily
24 days ago  |  Discuss

QUIZ: Name every head coach in the history of the Kansas City Chiefs

Dating back to 1960 and their founding as the Dallas Texans, the Kansas City Chiefs (relocated and renamed in 1963) have had 13 coaches in its NFL franchise history. This includes two members of the Hall of Fame as coaches, one of whom also lead the team to a Super Bowl victory. How many of the leaders of the Chiefs can you name?Clue: Years Active
26 days ago  |  Discuss

Old-School Strength with Tight End Travis Kelce

Travis Kelce racked up 1,125 yards for the AFC West Champion Kansas City Chiefs this season, a career high. The third-year tight end also scored four touchdowns while averaging 13.2 yards per catch, solidifying his status as a big-time playmaker for quarterback Alex Smith. How did Kelce get to this stage of his career? By putting in a ton of work at the gym. Kelce is built like...
Via Stack
26 days ago  |  Discuss

The AFC Championship’s two most important players

Come playoff time, all 53 players on every roster are going to be important and play some role. However, not all players are of equal importance. Some guys are going to do minor things to help a team win, while others are going to play major roles.Here are the two players in the AFC Championship Game that are most vital to their team earning a victory and a spot in Super Bowl LI...
Via The Sports Fan Journal
January 20, 2017  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs: Falling just short

The Kansas City Chiefs season came to an end this past Sunday night against the Pittsburgh Steelers by a final score of 18-16. For the second consecutive season, the Chiefs’ season came to an end in the divisional round, both games ending by a one score margin. The Chiefs scored on both their first drive and last drive of the game, but were unable to get anything going in between...
Via isportsweb.com
January 19, 2017  |  Discuss
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