The Kansas City Chiefs finished 12-4 and won a tough division in 2016, so let’s not act like the whole thing needs to be blown up. But they’re also not getting where they want to go, so they need to use this offseason to improve in specific ways.
In an article questioning, tongue-in-cheek, whether Barack Obama’s curriculum vitae could get him hired at a top university, The Chronicle of Higher Education asked a University of Kansas law professor’s opinion.
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Retired Kansas City Chiefs and pro football Hall of Famer Will Shields says he's been keeping pretty busy with work at the NFL league office, his 68’s Inside Sports fitness and training center, the Will to Succeed foundation a new program, Will To Do It, and his kids. Shields also plays pick up basketball as often as he can.
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