The Chiefs announced Thursday that Kansas City is one of five locations to host the draft in either 2019 or 2020. The other finalists are Denver, Las Vegas, Nashville and Cleveland, which has a combined bid with Canton, Ohio.
The Chiefs announced Tuesday that they will allow Derrick Johnson to become a free agent, which likely means he’ll never play for the team again. Here are four of the biggest hits from Johnson’s 13-seasons with the Chiefs.
On Tuesday, the Chiefs announced that Derrick Johnson won't return in 2018, and three-fourths of the A-Team (Sam Mellinger, Blair Kerkhoff and Terez Paylor) gathered to appreciate everything he brought to the table for the last 13 years, and how the Chiefs plan on replacing him going forward.
An Ohio woman told police that Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt “shoved and pushed” her over the weekend, but a second police report lists her as a suspect. Cleveland police determined two reports would be written after speaking to all parties and obtaining conflicting information.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid stepped to the microphone, just minutes after the Chiefs’ thrilling 27-24 win over Denver in the Chiefs’ regular-season finale, and expected the questions about Patrick Mahomes to come.
Brett Veach’s first full offseason as general manager of the KC Chiefs has started. We’ve seen some signs of his influence but are about to see many more. Spoiler alert: He’s going to make the defense much younger.
The KC Chiefs cut veteran cornerback Darrelle Revis on Thursday. He was part of one of the wildest plays in NFL playoff history, a moment that sparked the Tennessee Titans’ comeback in the Wild Card round.
One-time KC Chiefs cornerback and Hogan Prep and Pitt State product De’Vante Bausby wandered around the Philadelphia Eagles’ locker room with permanent smile plastered on his face. He could not believe his good fortune, or how far he had come.
The 2017 Los Angeles Rams didn’t advance as far as they wanted to in the playoffs, as they fell in the Wild Card Round, but they are the clear winners of this year’s 101 Awards, as they swept all three catergories in the NFC.
Back in the day, sports columnist Vahe Gregorian worked for the Philadelphia Eagles. (Inasmuch as we can count being an unpaid intern receiving no credits and spending his time throwing pencils into the ceilings as work, that is.) But that time with the Eagles was part of a sense of connection to friends overjoyed by their Super Bowl victory.