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Chiefs’ Clark Hunt paid for extra staff members to attend Pro Bowl

The Chiefs’ coaching staff was selected to coach the AFC in the Pro Bowl this year in Orlando, so the National Football League paid for about 30 members of the team’s coaching and support staff to attend. But the Chiefs ended up sending about 50 members of the coaching and support staff because team chairman Clark Hunt paid the tab for the rest.

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Mike Sielski: Eagles don't know difference between star-making and team-building

A lot of readers had a lot of questions about a recent column, one that ostensibly asked whether the Eagles were trying to win a Super Bowl or trying, first and foremost, to make Carson Wentz a star. A lot of readers also had a lot of things to say about the column that I can't repeat here. It's enough to say that they were ... displeased. This is Philadelphia. Such is life. But it's worth providing a deeper look at the question, just for the sake of clarity and thoroughness.

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Chiefs' Clark Hunt on the NFL's recent relocations and how they affect the Chiefs

Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt addressed the ways the relocation of the Raiders, Rams and Chargers affect his organization.
Terez Paylor The Kansas City Star
Chiefs' Clark Hunt on the NFL's recent relocations and how they affect the Chiefs 0:57

Chiefs' Clark Hunt on the NFL's recent relocations and how they affect the Chiefs

Harold Brantley reflects on his life since the crash 2:06

Harold Brantley reflects on his life since the crash

Charles Harris: 'Take a chance on me or I'll make you pay' 4:37

Charles Harris: 'Take a chance on me or I'll make you pay'

Five things to know about Gale Sayers 0:53

Five things to know about Gale Sayers