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Kansas City Chiefs News

  • Chicago Bears Sign Five-Time Pro Bowl Defensive End Jared Allen

    The Chicago Bears agreed on a contract with defensive end Jared Allen, getting a pass rusher with the most sacks over the past 10 National Football League seasons.

  • Eric Winston Is Elected President of NFL Players’ Association

    Eric Winston, an offensive lineman who spent last season with the Arizona Cardinals, has been elected president of the National Football League Players’ Association.

  • Gabbert Traded as NFL Free Agency Starts With Peppers Cut

    Quarterback Blaine Gabbert was traded to the San Francisco 49ers by the Jacksonville Jaguars, while Pro Bowl pass rushers DeMarcus Ware and Julius Peppers were released on the opening day of the National Football League’s free-agent period.

  • Boardman Joins Korn Ferry Sports Practice After Placing Ackerman

    Liz Boardman has joined executive search firm Korn Ferry International after two years at Russell Reynolds, where she ran the search that placed Val Ackerman as commissioner of the Big East Conference.

  • Colts Defeat Kansas City Chiefs 19-9, Leaving NFL With No Undefeated Teams

    Peyton Manning threw for 244 yards to lead the Indianapolis Colts to a 19-9 victory against the Kansas City Chiefs, leaving the National Football League with no undefeated team this season.

  • Baltimore Ravens Beat Kansas City Chiefs 30-7 in NFL Playoffs First Round

    The Baltimore Ravens beat the Kansas City Chiefs 30-7 in the first round of the National Football League playoffs.

  • ’Tis Better to Kick Than Receive in NFL Coin-Toss Shift

    What are the odds that Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos’ record-setting offense take possession of the football first in the Super Bowl if they win the opening coin toss? If recent history is a guide, not good.

  • Helmets Preventing Concussion Seen Quashed by NFL-Riddell

    With a device called ProCap, Bert Straus says he invented headgear that could reduce concussions in National Football League games. He never got the chance.

  • Mike Shanahan-Daniel Snyder Relationship Might Be Damaged Beyond Repair

    By Mark Maske Dec. 9 (Washington Post) -- Mike Shanahan's coaching tenure with the Washington Redskins appears closer than ever to ending. Members of the Redskins' front office believe fractures in the relationship between Shanahan and team owner Daniel Snyder are now so deep that they are skeptical Shanahan can remain with the franchise beyond this season, several people familiar with the situation said Sunday. Shanahan's future was cast into doubt as the Redskins suffered a demoralizing, 45-10 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on a cold and sloppy day before the smallest announced crowd since Fed Ex Field opened in 1997. Some fans threw snowballs toward the Redskins' bench, and one was removed by stadium security personnel for screaming at Shanahan late in the game. Most of the fans who did show up were long gone before the game ended, with the Redskins' record dropping to 3-10 one year after they won the NFC East title.

  • NFL Teams Win With Their Feet, Not the Freeze

    The NFL playoffs kicked off in exciting fashion, and if we learned anything from wild-card weekend, it’s that for cold-weather teams, home field isn’t always an advantage.

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