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By Mike Florio

Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith will miss the first three games of the season after pleading guilty to DUI charges earlier this year. It’s one more game than the new baseline punishment for drunk driving, possibly influenced by the fact that Smith crashed his car into a light post in downtown Kansas City. But Smith could have…
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By Darin Gantt

We might not get Tom Brady news today, but it is Friday. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith is being suspended three games, In April, Smith pleaded guilty to DUI and received two years probation, and one got game beyond the standard two-game suspension the league normally doles out. Smith played…
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By NickheadKCAU

i think its simply time to man up, admit the roster isn’t any worse going into week 1, than it was last year.

with other teams in decline, or ascending, the chiefs are in the former.

maybe its time to stop splitting hairs, accept things for what they are and simply enjoy the games they play.

not being content, but realistic…

no reason they cannot finish with 11 wins or better this year. Read more…

By Josh Alper

Rookie safety Justin Cox was arrested on domestic violence charges for the second time in eight months on Monday and the Chiefs aren’t going to wait around to see how the case plays out in the legal system. The Chiefs announced Tuesday that they have waived Cox. Cox signed with the team as an undrafted…
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By ctchiefsfan

I think we can all agree that our offense was our downfall last year (injuries too). Our WRs couldn’t get the job done and our O-Line had Alex Smith running for his life much of the time. Despite that we still had a winning season and were in the playoff hunt right to the end. Being honest between the loss to the Titans and the damned Raiders we should have been 11-5. But we lost 2 “gimmes”.

Our Defense was ranked #7 over all and while I’m not sure where we ranked in points allowed, at something Read more…

By Darin Gantt

Teams are beginning to head back to training camp this week. But for more and more of them, that doesn’t include going anywhere at all. Only 12 teams are actually leaving their own facilities for camp this year, as the league continues whatever the opposite of an exodus is. In 2000, only five teams didn’t…
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