Chiefs select former cornerback Gary Green for club’s Hall of Fame

Gary Green, the Chiefs’ first-round draft pick in 1977 and a Pro Bowl selection at cornerback during his final three seasons with the Chiefs, was introduced as the 45th member of the club’s Hall of Fame on Saturday night before the annual 101 Dinner at the Westin Crown Center.


De’Anthony Thomas named Chiefs rookie of the year at 101 Awards Banquet

“I’m just doing whatever I can to help the team.” The 22-year-old running back said it enough that you couldn’t help but believe it, and at the annual 101 Awards on Saturday, he officially received confirmation that he certainly accomplished that goal, as he was named the winner of the Mack Lee Hill Award as the Chiefs’ rookie of the year.

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Chiefs meet with pending free-agent safety Kurt Coleman

There appears to be a chance pending free-agent safety Kurt Coleman could return to the Chiefs next season. A source confirmed to The Star on Thursday that Coleman’s representative met with the Chiefs during the combine last week and that there was “mutual interest” in a return.


Florida State’s P.J. Williams is a battle-tested, press-man cornerback

The true junior has been battle-tested and is a competitive, willing tackler with quick hips and experience playing the press-man coverage that the Chiefs favor. “Some teams are looking at him inside, but I think most of the teams will continue to look at him outside in the NFL’s continuing quest to get longer,” NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock says.