3:48 PM EST, Sat December 20, 2014
Arrowhead Pride 7 hours ago

Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs news 12/20

Enjoy today's Kansas City Chiefs news! Chase Daniel to be Inducted into Mizzou Hall of Fame - KCChiefs.com "It's one of the highest honors bestowed a former student-athletes,” Daniel said. “I'm very blessed to be going on with Chase Coughlin and Jeremy Maclin, two guys I got to play with for three or four years each. It's a good feeling. It's pretty awesome.” Chiefs have a special feeling about showdown with the Steelers | The Kansas City Star The circumstances and consequences for the Chiefs on that day were strikingly similar to Sunday’s noon game at Heinz Field. The Chiefs had...
Arrowhead Pride 7 hours ago

Kansas City Chiefs season comes down to beating Steelers' Todd Haley, Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown

A Q&A with the enemy (that's the Steelers) on Sunday's game. Sunday is a playoff game for the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers. The Chiefs need to win to keep their playoff hopes alive while the Steelers can clinch a playoff spot by beating Kansas City. So this is more or less a playoff game. To...
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Chiefs vs. Steelers 2014: Game time, TV schedule, online streaming, odds, picks, announcers and more

The Kansas City Chiefs visit the Pittsburgh Steelers at 12 p.m. (Arrowhead Time) on Sunday. The game can be viewed on CBS. Find information here on the TV schedule and channel, live online streaming options, radio options, announcers, odds, picks, predictions and more! There is a scenario where the...
Arrowhead Pride Dec 19, 2014

Kansas City Chiefs work out free agent defensive end Travis Chappalear

Chappalear is a product of Northwest Missouri State. The Kansas City Chiefs continue to check out potential late additions to the roster and practice squad as they approach both the postseason and offseason. The latest prospect to work out for John Dorsey and the Chiefs staff is defensive end Travis Chappalear, per Aaron Wilson. Chappalear is familiar with the region already after spending time at both Missouri State and Northwest Missouri State. The defensive end charted at 6'5, 263 pounds coming out of college in 2013 but failed to get drafted that year. The 25-year-old has spent time on...
Silver And Black Pride Dec 19, 2014

Know the Enemy Daily Links 12/19: Justin Houston closing in on Kansas City Chiefs sack record

AFC West Broncos Broncos Bengals preview: Matchups and six things to know - Mile High ReportRunning backs and tight ends may dominate Monday night. Terrell Davis makes his case for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in exclusive interview - Mile High ReportTerrell Davis is serving as Gillette Deodorant’s ambassador as the slurry of football activity, from the college bowls to the Super Bowl, draw nearer. "As an analyst on the NFL Network, Gillette... Chargers San Diego Chargers DC John Pagano's adjustments paying off in a big way for the defense - Bolts From The BlueKyle Posey...

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Topeka Capital-Journal 22 hours ago

Bowe questionable for Steelers with flu

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe missed his third straight day of practice with the flu Friday and is questionable for Sunday’s pivotal game at Pittsburgh. The Chiefs (8-6) would not be eliminated from the playoff race with a loss to the Steelers, but they would need a lot of help. Kansas City plays San Diego in the final week of the season. Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Friday that he believes Bowe will be able to play, but if he’s unable to go, Frankie Hammond Jr. and Jason Avant likely will be called upon. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Dec 18, 2014

Chiefs' draft picks starting to produce late

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — John Dorsey likes to say that it takes several years before a verdict can be returned on a draft pick. There is a learning curve for rookies, often a steep one. The pro game is faster, players are stronger and the plays more complex. If that’s the case, the first two draft classes of the Chiefs’ general manager — panned so often by fans and pundits — may actually be right on track. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Dec 17, 2014

Chiefs defense faces challenge against Steelers

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs haven’t allowed a 300-yard passer and have allowed just two touchdowns rushing on the season. But the Chiefs’ defense hasn’t faced an offense quite like the Pittsburg Steelers (9-5), who are the NFL’s top-ranked group. “They’re a very balanced offense,” Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith said. “They like to run and pass the ball. Great back, great receivers and a tremendous quarterback back there who can make all the throws, can take hits and make the throws. This is by far our biggest test of the year.” read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Dec 15, 2014

KC's Davis stepping up with Charles banged up

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Jamaal Charles sprained his ankle against Denver. He had it twisted at a gruesome angle against Arizona. His knee has repeatedly swollen up after games. He took such a blow Sunday against Oakland that he was administered a concussion test on the sideline. Heck, the star running even hurt himself tripping over a curb while moving out of the dorms when the Kansas City Chiefs wrapped up training camp so many months ago. In other words, Knile Davis picked a nice time to show up over the weekend. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Dec 14, 2014

Kevin Haskin: Chiefs awaken in second half, remain in playoff hunt

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Honestly, you want to revel in all of the Chiefs’ fortunes Sunday. -- The 81-yard return of a punt by DeAnthony Thomas that provided Kansas City with its only first-half touchdown. -- The three-TD response in the third quarter following a potentially costly fumble by grease-fingered tight end Travis Kelce. -- The 297 yards passing from quarterback Alex Smith, who managed a season-high before the end of the third quarter. -- The long plays the offense generated off completions, including a 70-yard touchdown from running back Knile Davis. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Dec 14, 2014

Alex Smith helps Chiefs rout Raiders 31-13

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs kept their fading playoff hopes alive on Sunday. Alex Smith threw for 297 yards and two scores, Kansas City shut down Derek Carr and the Oakland offense and the Chiefs beat the Raiders 31-13 to end a three-game losing streak. Knile Davis added touchdowns running and receiving, and De’Anthony Thomas returned a punt 81 yards for another touchdown as the Chiefs (8-6) got even for a 24-20 loss to the Raiders just last month. read more

Final: Chiefs 31, Raiders 13

The Raiders returned to Missouri with a thud Sunday, losing 31-13 to the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium. Unlike their previous trip to the Missouri, the Raiders remained competitive into the third quarter when it all unraveled. In some… Continue Reading →

Raiders-Cheifs underway . . .

The Raiders have kicked off to the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium . . . Knile Davis returns kickoff to the 21-yard line.

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Topeka Capital-Journal Dec 13, 2014

Chiefs hoping to get even against Raiders

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Three weeks ago, the Kansas City Chiefs were charging toward the top of the AFC West. They had as much momentum as anybody in the league, winners of five straight. They had just beaten the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks. They also had barely heard of Latavius Murray. Everything changed over four quarters in Oakland, though. The Chiefs struggled through the rain against a team that had lost 16 straight. Murray needed only four carries to run for 112 yards and two scores before leaving with a concussion. read more

With Raiders CB Tarell Brown questionable, secondary could get reshuffled vs. Chiefs Sunday

Filed to print . . . Tarell Brown wasn’t ruling himself out of Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs, but he wasn’t brimming with optimism either. The Raiders starting cornerback was limited in practice Friday, moving gingerly in a… Continue Reading →
Topeka Capital-Journal Dec 11, 2014

Chiefs kicker Santos becoming Mr. Dependable

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The previous kicker that the Kansas City Chiefs employed was Mr. Irrelevant. The current one could soon be called Mr. Dependable. After beating out veteran Ryan Succop for the job in training camp, undrafted rookie Cairo Santos has validated every bit of trust the Chiefs coaching staff placed on him. He’s made 14 consecutive field goals and all 33 of his extra-point attempts, becoming one of the few constants in what has suddenly turned into a tumultuous season. read more

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