The Kansas City Chiefs have 10 picks in the 2017 NFL Draft, which is Thursday, April 27, Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29 in Philadelphia and will be shown live on ESPN and NFL Network. Here is our latest mock draft, how to watch, a list of the Chiefs’ draft picks, rankings of the top prospects at each position and players who fit the Chiefs’ needs.
The vision of the All-Juice team is simple. In preparation for this year’s NFL Draft, I’ve watched tape of hundreds of prospects. During that time, some guys are bound to stand out. This team is meant to recognize 22 prospects I like for various reasons, whether it be their effort, feistiness or performance.
The NFL Draft is an exercise in looking ahead. But here we look back at the best draft classes in Kansas City Chiefs’ history. The best occurred just as the team relocated from Dallas. The 1963 Chiefs draft produced two Pro Football Hall of Famers and three members of the Chiefs Hall of Fame.
Tickets for Kansas City Chiefs regular-season games went on sale Monday to Jackson County taxpayers, season-ticket holders and members of the the Chiefs Kingdom Rewards program. For everyone else, the tickets go on sale Wednesday.
Smithfield is teaming up with Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Chris Jones and two world-class barbecue pros to attempt to set a Guinness World Record for largest grilling session at Arrowhead Stadium.
By the time the 2017 NFL Combine was over, former Kansas State defensive end Jordan Willis felt a wave of calm rush over him. Willis, a worker-bee sort who was once described by Wildcats coach Bill Snyder as “the epitome” of K-State football, isn’t one to toot his own horn, but he knew he’d killed it.
If anyone knows how difficult it is to play on the other side of Marcus Peters, it’s Ron Parker. Not only has Parker logged the occasional snap at cornerback across from Peters, the Chiefs’ Pro Bowl corner, he’s also watched a number of guys man the position the last two years from his starting safety position.
Last year, the Kansas City Chiefs took a major public-relations hit and a big risk by drafting Tyreek Hill, who only months before had pleaded guilty to domestic violence on his then-pregnant girlfriend. By all accounts, the gamble has worked out well off the field and Hill has excelled on the field. So the Chiefs may be tempted to draft a talent like Joe Mixon, who punched a woman in 2014. That would be a bad idea.
This is the third of four first-round NFL Draft projections from The Star, which also will have a day-of mock draft on April 28. You can find version 1.0, which was released in early March, here and version 2.0, which was released a week ago, here.
The Kansas City Chiefs’ new parking prices for Arrowhead Stadium are out for 2017, and the message is clear: Buy in advance. It will be $35 a game for an individual game in advance or $60 in cash if you don’t buy early.
The Kansas City Chiefs have 10 selections in next week’s NFL Draft, which could give them flexibility to make moves, perhaps even trading up to get a quarterback if there’s one they like. General manager John Dorsey said he doesn’t see a quarterback who is an NFL starter next season but the Chiefs could use the next season or two to groom a future starter.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Darrin Reaves is among the former UAB football players excited for the return of the program this fall. The Blazers became the first Football Bowl Subdivision program to be eliminated since 1995 but the decision was reversed.
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