Despite key losses, the Kansas City Chiefs are still an AFC powerhouse

The Kansas City Chiefs will take on the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1 of the 2022 NFL season. And while they’re still a top contender in the NFL, they’ll have to contend without some of the key cornerstones of the franchise over the past five years. Including wide receiver Tyreek Hill and safety Tyraan Mathieu. … More Despite key losses, the Kansas City Chiefs are still an AFC powerhouse

Kansas City Chiefs trim roster down to 85 players

The Kansas City Chiefs had until 4:00 p.m. ET to trim their roster down to 85 players in an effort to meet the NFL’s imposed deadline. And they’ve made the necessary moves in order to make it down to 85 rostered players. On Tuesday, Kansas City waived defensive lineman Austin Edwards and wide receiver Devin … More Kansas City Chiefs trim roster down to 85 players

Jim Lynch, Chiefs Hall of Fame linebacker, dies at 76

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jim Lynch, the hard-hitting linebacker who helped the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Minnesota Vikings in the 1970 Super Bowl following a standout career at Notre Dame, has died. He was 76 years old. Lynch’s family announced that he died Thursday. A cause has yet to be announced. Chiefs chairman and CEO Clark Hunt said Lynch … More Jim Lynch, Chiefs Hall of Fame linebacker, dies at 76

Missouri Western director expects return to normalcy for Chiefs training camp in 2022

The past few years have been a challenge for many sports teams opening training camps in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether it be in regards to fan attendance, team regulations, and much more. The uncertainty prompted the decision to be cautious at training camp, making locations adjust for safety. That was the case … More Missouri Western director expects return to normalcy for Chiefs training camp in 2022

Chiefs, Orlando Brown Jr. “very far” from deal, time running out

The Kansas City Chiefs franchise tagged new left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. this March. However, he hasn’t signed the $16.6 million tender to this point. Brown reportedly wants to be paid “at the top of the left tackle market, which is $23 million per year” according to NFL insider Mike Garafolo, while the Chiefs have … More Chiefs, Orlando Brown Jr. “very far” from deal, time running out

Chiefs sign safety Justin Reid, as Honey Badger appears gone

Former Houston Texans safety Justin Reid intends to sign a three-year, $31.5 million deal with the Kansas City Chiefs, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The deal includes $20 million guaranteed, the source said. Reid, a third-round pick out of Stanford in 2018, spent the first four seasons of his NFL career with Houston. While … More Chiefs sign safety Justin Reid, as Honey Badger appears gone

Tom Brady returning for 23rd NFL season!

Arguably the greatest quarterback of all-time isn’t done yet. Tom Brady made the announcement on Sunday evening that he is returning to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 40 days after announcing his retirement from the National Football League. The seven-time Super Bowl champion announced his decision on Twitter and Instagram, saying he has “unfinished business.” “These … More Tom Brady returning for 23rd NFL season!

Tom Brady officially announces retirement from NFL after 22 seasons

After a weekend full of leaked reports and speculation, it is now official: Tom Brady is retiring. Brady, 44, took to Instagram to officially announce his retirement: “I have always believed the sport of football is an ‘all-in’ proposition — if a 100% competitive commitment isn’t there, you won’t succeed, and success is what I … More Tom Brady officially announces retirement from NFL after 22 seasons

Chiefs collapse in second half, Bengals power their way to Super Bowl

An unbelievable ride has reached its final stop for the season. The Cincinnati Bengals marched into Arrowhead Stadium, and upset Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime, 27-24. The first half was nearly perfect for Mahomes and the Chiefs, who took a 21-10 lead to the final seconds of the half. Mahomes went … More Chiefs collapse in second half, Bengals power their way to Super Bowl

Chiefs embarrass the Steelers, advance to AFC Divisional Round

For a team known for waving yellow towels, a white towel should have been waved tonight. From start to finish, the Pittsburgh Steelers stood little chance against the electric Kansas City offense, and ultimately fell to the Chiefs 42-21 in the Wild Card round at Arrowhead Stadium, Early on, it was a defensive battle back … More Chiefs embarrass the Steelers, advance to AFC Divisional Round