7:58 PM EST, Sun March 01, 2015
Arrowhead Pride 11 hours ago

Justin Houston named Chiefs MVP, De'Anthony Thomas named rookie of the year

The Chiefs gave Justin Houston the Derrick Thomas award and De'Anthony Thomas the Mack Lee Hill award. The Kansas City Chiefs team MVP award is voted on by the players and fittingly called the Derrick Thomas award. And even more fitting, the man who beat DT's single-season Chiefs sack record won the award this year. Justin Houston, who surpassed DT's franchise-record 20 sacks with his own 22 sacks last season, has been named the Chiefs team MVP. He was given the Derrick Thomas award at the 101 Awards in Kansas City on Saturday evening. Houston is the most obvious MVP on a Chiefs team in a...
Music City Miracles 1 hour ago

Is Ndamukong Suh a good fit with the Tennessee Titans

How do you think he would be? There is no doubt going into this free agency period that the crown jewel (unless Justin Houston makes it out without being franchised) of this year is Ndamukong Suh. The young defensive tackle has had his moments of dominance in this league, perhaps more than almost any...

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Topeka Capital-Journal Feb 26, 2015

Chiefs drop TE Anthony Fasano, clearing $2M in cap space

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs waived veteran tight end Anthony Fasano on Thursday, freeing up about $2 million in salary cap space that they could use to keep All-Pro linebacker Justin Houston. The Chiefs have been unable to come to a long-term deal with Houston, making it likely they will place the franchise tag on him. But the deadline for that designation is Monday, and the Chiefs needed to free up salary cap space to do it. If franchised, Houston would play next season on a one-year deal worth about $13 million. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Feb 19, 2015

Local sports brief for Feb. 19: Chief's Reid using cane following surgery

Chiefs coach Andy Reid vowed that he will be ready for the start of the season despite needing a cane to get around the scouting combine following knee replacement surgery. Reid skipped attending the Senior Bowl because of the procedure, which occurred after the Chiefs finished 9-7 and missed the playoffs. He joked that he “won’t be starting on PUP” — the physically unable to perform list for players that are recovering from injuries. “I’ll be ready to go,” the Chiefs coach said. Reid is entering his third year in Kansas City.
Topeka Capital-Journal Feb 17, 2015

Chiefs begin clearing space by releasing WRs Avery, Jenkins

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Chiefs released wide receivers Donnie Avery and A.J. Jenkins on Tuesday as they began to clear roster and salary cap space ahead of what could be a busy offseason. Kansas City is facing the loss of All-Pro linebacker Justin Houston and center Rodney Hudson in free agency. The Chiefs are expected to meet with Houston’s representatives about a long-term deal on Wednesday in Indianapolis, and the possibility remains of using the franchise tag on him. read more
San Jose Mercury News Feb 17, 2015

Chiefs cut former 49ers top pick AJ Jenkins; have room to reunite Michael Crabtree with Alex Smith

The Kansas City Chiefs created two vacancies on their wide-receiver corps Tuesday, room that perhaps could be used to reunite Michael Crabtree with Alex Smith.

Chiefs cut former 49ers top pick AJ Jenkins; have room to reunite Michael Crabtree with Alex Smith

The Kansas City Chiefs created two vacancies on their wide-receiver corps Tuesday, room that perhaps could be used to reunite Michael Crabtree with Alex Smith. Cut by the Chiefs were former 49ers first-round draft pick A.J. Jenkins and fellow wide… Continue Reading →

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