Andy Reid is widely considered a player’s coach. For a telling glimpse at why, consider the ongoing relationships the Kansas City Chiefs head coach has with many of his former linemen he coached for three seasons at Mizzou long ago.
Brandon Martin is the new athletic director at UMKC. His resume and references are remarkable, and his lessons learned are, too. He appears to be a promising fit for a job with numerous challenges as he starts over himself.
With his 31st touchdown pass of the season, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes on Sunday broke Len Dawson’s 1964 team record for touchdown passes in a season. Dawson was ready to see it broken.
Through the first 10 games of his NFL career, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is doing things no one in NFL history has done before. Which makes his unspoiled earnestness even more compelling.
Kansas City Chiefs right tackle Mitchell Schwartz is rated the best in the game at his position. That reflects his cerebral approach and broader identity, including as one of the few Jewish players in the NFL.
Even at less than its best, the Kansas City Chiefs’ offense has become basically unstoppable. And Andy Reid knows it. That was illustrated in one play call in Sunday’s 30-23 win over the Denver Broncos.
Andy Reid won his 200th NFL game Sunday when the Kansas City Chiefs clobbered the Cincinnati Bengals 45-10. That’s major. His career won’t be complete without winning a Super Bowl, but this group is capable of that.
Rik Zortman won't be running Saturday's Kansas City Marathon. He is stationed overseas and will take part virtually. But his more remarkable undertaking is spelling out the names of cancer fighters with the routes he runs.
The Kansas City Chiefs lost 43-40 to the New England Patriots on Sunday in Foxborough, but Patrick Mahomes demonstrated again why the Chiefs are a force to be reckoned with despite their woeful defense.