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By Mike Florio

This is an item that usually appears on June 29, the anniversary of running back Joe Delaney’s death. This year, I was busy with other things and it slipped my mind. But whether we remember him on June 29 or any other day, Delaney needs to be remembered. And he needs to be celebrated. On…
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By Pixiecakes

My sister and I are flying from California out to see the opening game on September 11 against the chargers. We heard that there is a red Friday Pep rally. Does anyone know any information about this? We would love to attend Read more…

By Justin5772002

So while visiting San Diego, Ca for the weekend I stumbled across a bar called “Cheifs”. Knowing it’s possible there’s no relation to our Cheifs I liked the name so I decided to go into it to eat. Once I got inside there were a crap ton of Donkey freaking emblems everywhere so my wife and I had to walk out! Make up your mind people change your freaking name Read more…

By Mike Florio

The Chiefs already plan to horn in on St. Louis turf vacated by the Rams. The Bears will be trying to invade the city that lost its second NFL team since 1987, too. Via Dan Caesar of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, KTVI will televise Chicago Bears preseason games. Previously, KTVI carried Rams exhibitions games. KMOV…
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By Zac Jackson

In a little more than four weeks, the first NFL training camps open. Only 11 teams are going away for camp, both because many teams just find it easier to stay in their multi-million dollar facilities and because the new CBA cut down on camp time and on-field hours. Though all teams can report for…
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By Chiefs4life24

Predicting surprise cuts from the Chiefs offense that surely won’t happen

By Matt Conner on Jun 24, 2016, 11:00a 10

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As the Chiefs prepare to enter into training camp and pare down their roster to the top 53 players, there are going to be cuts aplenty. Among those players will be a number of surprises. We thought we’d try to thread the needle with plausible surprise cuts — forgoing obvious fringe players on the bubble while also keeping things realistic.
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