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Kansas City Chiefs get overlooked in logo power rankings

It’s the symbol that represents a city and a franchise; it’s the mark that fans wear with pride, showing their allegiance to their favorite team. That’s what makes a logo important. And while every NFL team’s signature is recognizable, not all of them are created equal. Some are classic and iconic. Others are modern and cool. But a few are downright putrid, bastions from...
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14 hours ago  |  Discuss

This is just another reason why the Kansas City Chiefs should pay Justin Houston

The situation between the Kansas City Chiefs and Justin Houston is about to get very ugly. With the franchise tag applied on Monday Houston’s already thinking about sitting out until Week 10, according to Pro Football Talk. Want to remember the simpler times? How about when Houston got his 20th sack last season? Here's a vine of Justin Houston's #Chiefs single-season-record-tying...
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De'Anthony Thomas working on being a complete receiver this offseason

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver De'Anthony Thomas worked in a hybrid role as a rookie, playing both running back and pass catcher. however, the second-year player says he wants a bigger role in the offense for 2015. Thomas wants to become an all-around receiver, and overall a complete player. According to the Kansas City Star, Thomas has been working this offseason on becoming...
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What does the release of Anthony Fasano mean for the Chiefs?

View image | On Thursday, the Kansas City Chiefs released veteran tight end Anthony Fasano two years into a three year deal with the Chiefs. Despite missing seven games in two years, he became a dependable target for Alex Smith and caught 48 catches for 426 yards with seven touchdowns, and in 2013 he was the first Chiefs player since Dwayne Bowe in 2010 to catch...
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Kansas City Chiefs put franchise tag on Justin Houston

Justin Houston The Chiefs wanted to stick to their best aspect of the defense when they put the franchise tag on outside linebacker Justin Houston. This comes on the day of the deadline for teams to franchise tag players. Houston led the team and the league in sacks in 2014 with 22.0. He was 0.5 sack off of Michael Strahan’s NFL record for sacks in a season. The franchise tag...
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Who is Kansas City Willing to Give Up to Keep Justin Houston?

The business side of the NFL is about to get turned up a few notches. As of Monday morning teams starting hitting their can't lose players with the franchise tag. In some cases only the player's current team can continue negotiating, but in others the player can talk to whomever he wants, but his current team gets to match whatever offers are made.The Kansas City Chiefs hit star...
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Kansas City Chiefs: Biggest Draft Day Regret In Franchise History

It is still considered the greatest quarterback class ever in one round of the NFL Draft. Six quarterbacks, all with differing degrees of success and failures. It started with John Elway, who won two Super Bowl titles in his tenure in Denver and ended with Dan Marino, who got to a Super Bowl, re-wrote the NFL record books and never won a title with the Miami Dolphins.Somewhere in...
Via Football Nation
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Chiefs place non-exclusive tag on Justin Houston, LB 'intends to aggressively pursue an offer sheet from another team'

According to Mike Florio of, the Kansas City Chiefs elected to use the non-exclusive tag on linebacker Justin Houston. Another team can attempt to sign Houston to an offer sheet and if the Chiefs choose not to match, they would collect a pair of first-round picks. Florio writes: 'Per a league source, Houston intends to aggressively pursue an offer sheet...
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Former NFL Player Compares Melvin Gordon to an All-Pro RB—And It's Not Jamaal Charles

With his lean frame, shredded physique and big-play ability, it’s easy to see why Melvin Gordon is drawing comparisons to Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles. However, one former NFL player
Via Stack
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Chiefs franchise tag Justin Houston

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports The Kansas City Chiefs officially placed their franchise tag on linebacker Justin Houston on Monday, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Game of tag is underway: Chiefs officially placed their franchise tag on LB Justin Houston, per team source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 2, 2015   Houston’s tag is expected to be worth about...
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Report: Chiefs place franchise tag on Justin Houston

The Kansas City Chiefs may not be in the best cap situation heading into free agency, but they made sure that Pro Bowl linebacker Justin Houston will not hit the open market. Game of tag is underway: Chiefs officially placed their franchise tag on LB Justin Houston, per team source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 2, 2015   In reportedly placing the franchise tag...
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Kansas City Chiefs’ draft needs

Coming off of a fairly disappointing year, the Kansas City Chiefs look to the draft to fill some of the holes in their lineup. John Dorsey has some ground to make up from the past two NFL drafts. In 2013, the Chiefs selected left tackle Eric Fisher. Fisher has not lived up to his expectation at all and is part of the reason the offensive line is horrendous. Dee Ford was Dorsey...
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Kansas City Chiefs: 13 unrestricted free agents

NFL unrestricted free agents - 2015 league year and free agency begins March 10 (4 PM ET) An unrestricted free agent (a player who has completed four or more accrued seasons) may sign with any team without any compensation owed to his old team through the first scheduled day of training camp in late July. At that point, if his old team makes a tender offer by June 1st (110% of...
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“Mutual Interest” Between Chiefs & S Kurt Coleman Regarding Return

Herbie Teope of reports that the Chiefs met with free agent S Kurt Coleman‘s representative at the Combine and have had “positive” discussions. Terez A. Paylor confirms the meeting and adds that there is “mutual” interest in bringing Coleman back to Kansas City next year. The Chiefs have also shown interest in retaining DB Ron Parker, who will also...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs waive tight end Fasano to free up salary cap space

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Kansas City Chiefs waived veteran tight end Anthony Fasano on Thursday, freeing up about $2 million in salary cap space that they could use to keep All-Pro linebacker Justin Houston. The Chiefs have been unable to come to a long-term deal with Houston, making it likely that they will place the franchise tag on him. But the deadline for that designation...
Via AP on Fox
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Major Free Agent Outcomes Will Set Chiefs Draft Board

The NFL Combine is a great place for NFL general managers and front office leaders to get work done. As a general manager, the process of the combine gets you a few things. First and foremost, the combine results can confirm what the scouts have already seen on film. The Scouts have done their film work, written their reports and given the decision makers the initial grades the...
Via Pro Football Spot
6 days ago  |  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...
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Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce Loses Rodeo Dance Off to Fan Named Skim Milk

After missing his rookie season due to an injury, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce showed fans why he was worth the wait by leading the team in receptions (67) and receiving yards (862) last season to go with five touchdowns. From time to time he even showed off some moves for the fans as well.Recently while taking in a PBR event in Kansas City, Travis had a chance to show...
Via FatManWriting
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs: Top Four Returners In 2015

The Kansas City Chiefs are slowly but surely preparing for the 2015 NFL regular season, which begins in early September with many returning starters. Of these starters, there are four that one could argue are the most vital to the overall success of the organization.Jamaal CharlesThe obvious first choice when speaking of impact players on Kansas City’s roster is star running back...
Via Pro Football Spot
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Former UC Bearcat Travis Kelce has epic dance-off at PBR event

Kansas City Chiefs tight end and former UC Bearcat Travis Kelce has quite the personality. He made headlines during football season with some inappropriate moves, and now he is hitting the Professional Bull Riders circuit to show off his dance moves. During a PBR event in Kansas City, Kelce participated in a dance-off with a fan from the audience. Kelce put on a good performance...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs 2015 NFL Off-Season Preview

Positions of Need Wide Receiver Everyone knows by now that no Chief wide receiver caught a touchdown this season, but it wasn’t just that they were being kept out of the end zone. Chief wide receivers combined for just 129 catches for 1588 yards. For comparison, Antonio Brown had 129 catches for 1698 yards by himself and also scored 13 times. Part of their wide receiver issues...
Via The Football Fan Spot
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs QB Chase Daniel Must Be Drinking Some Crazy Kool Aid

Former Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel has been able to live the life. A solid quarterback back in his college days he has been a back-up quarterback in the NFL for the last five seasons and looks to make it a sixth next year. Chances are he will be playing somewhere. He has shown enough potential in the preseason for that, but he is confident that he will be in Kansas City next...
Via FatManWriting
16 days ago  |  Discuss

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