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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs traded running back Knile Davis to the Packers on Tuesday, but that was just one of several roster moves they made a couple of days after beating the Raiders. Along with formally announcing their end of the Davis trade, the team also announced the addition of four players to the 53-man roster. They…
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By Chiefs4life24

Allen Bailey could miss rest of season, per report


A shoulder contusion could keep Bailey out longer than expected.

by Matt Conner Oct 17, 2016, 8:18p


Denny Medley-USA TODAY SportsAllen Bailey left the game on Sunday versus the Raiders with a shoulder contusion. NFL analyst Rand Getlin is hearing it might keep Bailey out for much longer than initially expected.

Rand Getlin

I’m told there’s concern that #Chiefs DE Allen Bailey may miss the remainder of the Read more…

By Darin Gantt

The Packers kicked the tires on C.J. Spiller before he went to Seattle, so they clearly felt a need at running back. They apparently addressed it today. According to Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs have traded running back Knile Davis to the Packers. He was surplus to needs in Kansas City…
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By Darin Gantt

It’s one thing to call a play for a fat guy. When you give it an epic name, it almost has to work. Via Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star, the touchdown scored by 346-pound Chiefs defensive tackle Dontari Poe yesterday came on a play with possibly the perfect name for a football play.…
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By matthewschiefs

It seems every year Oakland beats a few lackluster teams and everyone begins to talk that here they come they are so much better. And then they fade away. Time will tell if that happens again this year. But today it looked like the same old Raiders.

I’ve said this a million times but it’s amazing how much better we look on offense when we run an NFL offense. Today much more then the Steelers game we did that. It’s just amazing.

Have to give it up for the defense again today. They were crap on the first Read more…