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Minneapolis Star-Tribune 9 hours ago

Free-agent OT Webb says he rejoining Vikings

Offensive tackle J’Marcus Webb, who spent time with the Vikings last season, announced on Twitter that he is rejoining the Vikings, who need another tackle with Phil Loadholt out for the season. Webb, 26, played eight games for the Vikings last season. He was a backup swing tackle, but he did make one start at right tackle while Loadholt was sidelined in a Week 10 win against the Redskins. Webb signed with the Chiefs this spring but did not survive final cuts at the end of the preseason. Webb, who was a seventh-round pick of the Bears in 2010, is listed at 6-foot-7 and 333 pounds. He...

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Topeka Capital-Journal Nov 24, 2014

Chiefs place Eric Berry on non-football illness list

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Chiefs have placed Pro Bowl safety Eric Berry on the non-football illness list after a mass was discovered in his chest following Thursday night’s game in Oakland. Berry began feeling discomfort in his chest near the end of the game, and a series of tests taken in Oakland and back in Kansas City revealed the mass. Chiefs trainer Rick Burkholder said that there has been no definitive diagnosis, but the leading possibility is lymphoma. read more
Denver Post Nov 24, 2014
Eye on Kansas City Chiefs: Stopping Alex Smith a priority

Eye on Kansas City Chiefs: Stopping Alex Smith a priority

The Chiefs barreled into Oakland as one of the NFL's hottest teams, and took a punch to the throat. In monsoon conditions, the Chiefs' offense sputtered and the defense became vulnerable to the run.
Topeka Capital-Journal Nov 21, 2014

Raiders rejoice in snapping 16-game skid with win over Chiefs

OAKLAND, Calif. — Sio Moore sacked Alex Smith and started to celebrate in the Kansas City backfield with Oakland Raiders teammate Khalil Mack. The elaborate dance could be forgiven if the game had actually been over considering the Raiders hadn’t won a game in more than a year. The only problem was the game was still going and the Chiefs were at the line trying to run a fourth-down play. The Raiders were forced to call a timeout to stop the clock and then got one last stop, snapping a 16-game losing streak with a 24-20 victory over the Chiefs on Thursday night. read more

Report: NFL admits refs missed call that may have cost Seahawks game against Chiefs

NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino told Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll that officials last Sunday missed a penalty that could have made the difference in Seattle’s loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. According to a Thursday report from USA Today’s Jim Corbett, Blandino told Carroll that Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith should have been […]

Playoff machine: Pats' position improves

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- We interrupt this week's coverage of the Patriots-Lions game momentarily to take a big-picture look at the AFC after Thursday's surprising turn of events. Who had the Oakland Raiders beating the Kansas City Chiefs? I figured the Raiders would play the Chiefs tough but wasn't expecting a victory. That's why the Chiefs were one of the teams highlighted in this week's ESPN "Power Rankings" video, as they made the biggest jump of anyone, from No.
Topeka Capital-Journal Nov 21, 2014

Raiders snap 16-game skid with 24-20 win over Kansas City

OAKLAND, Calif. — Rookie Derek Carr gave the Oakland Raiders something to celebrate for a change. Carr threw a 9-yard touchdown pass to James Jones with 1:42 remaining, and the Raiders snapped a 16-game losing streak with a 24-20 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night. “I been through a lot of hard times, these losses have been hard,” Carr said. Oakland’s Latavius Murray ran for two touchdowns on four carries before leaving the game with a concussion. read more

Raiders 14, Chiefs 3 — Halftime

The Raiders extended their lead over the Kansas City Chiefs to 14-3 on the strength of a 90-yard run by Latavius Murray for his second touchdown of the game. That also marked Murray’s second touchdown of his brief career. Unfortunately… Continue Reading →
Seattle Times Nov 20, 2014

Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn laments missed tackles against Chiefs

The film didn't lie after Seattle's 24-20 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday.

G Jackson among Raiders inactives for Chiefs game

Starting left guard Gabe Jackson (knee) is one of the Raiders seven inactives for tonight’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Khalif Barnes will start in place of Jackson for the third straight game. The other inactive players for the… Continue Reading →

Live updates tonight: Raiders vs. Chiefs

Follow the action as the Oakland Raiders search for their first victory when they face the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday at 5:25 p.m. Click here if viewing on a mobile device
Topeka Capital-Journal Nov 19, 2014

Chiefs look to avoid letdown vs. winless Raiders

OAKLAND, Calif. — Wedged between a pair of games against last season’s Super Bowl participants, the Kansas City Chiefs appear to get a bit of a breather with a visit to the winless Oakland Raiders. Just don’t tell that to the Chiefs. “We don’t even talk like that around here and that’s not even the way we think, not the type of group that we have,” quarterback Alex Smith said. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Nov 18, 2014

Chiefs defensive line still shutting teams down

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kevin Vickerson has been a part of some stellar defensive fronts, whether he was playing next to Albert Haynesworth and Jevon Kearse in Tennessee or Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil in Denver. Still, the Kansas City Chiefs are on pace to do something that neither of those defenses did — in fact, something that has never been done in the history of the NFL. They still have not allowed a touchdown on the ground this season. read more

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