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Chicago Tribune 41 mins ago

Bears scouting report: Marcus Peters, Chiefs CB

Information for this report was obtained from NFL scouts. The Chiefs drafted 6-foot, 197-pound Marcus Peters 18th overall out of Washington, making him the third cornerback taken, behind Trae Waynes (Vikings, 11th) and Kevin Johnson (Texans, 16th). He intercepted a Brian Hoyer pass on the first...
Chicago Tribune 46 mins ago

Bears learn hard way developing young offensive lineman a critical need

If Matt Slauson winds up starting at left guard Sunday against the Chiefs, he will be the Bears' only offensive lineman in the same position he was in six weeks ago for the third exhibition. Offensive line play is all about continuity, and the Bears have virtually none, mostly because of injuries...
Chicago Tribune 5 hours ago

Huddle up: Bears counting on Kyle Long's quick ability to adapt

After being shut out in their first road game of the season two weeks ago at Seattle, the Bears will face another stiff test Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium against the Chiefs. Quarterback Jay Cutler was a spectator for the Bears' 26-0 loss to the Seahawks in Week 3 but will start in Kansas City, an...

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Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce remains dedicated to his hometown of Cleveland (photos, video)

Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce calls for stricter gun laws to help curtail the recent violence in Cleveland.

Chiefs' seven field goals not enough in 36-21 loss to Bengals

CINCINNATI — Andy Dalton added to his streak of impressive game and big plays, throwing a 55-yard touchdown pass on the run, and the Cincinnati Bengals stayed unbeaten with a 36-21 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. The Bengals (4-0) matched the third-best start in franchise history, two wins shy of the club record. Dalton has been the thread throughout the wins, ascending to the top of the AFC passer list. He had another spot-on day, completing 17 of 24 for 321 yards with the long touchdown pass to Brandon Tate during a scramble. read more

Free Kansas City Chiefs app now available

The comprehensive coverage, analysis and insight of ChiefsDigest.com now can be accessed on the go. The free ChiefsDigest app presented by The Topeka Capital-Journal is now available for all smartphone devices through the iTunes and Google Play marketplaces. It features all the same coverage you have come to expect during the first few months of our partnership — the latest news and features about the Kansas City Chiefs as well as schedules, tweets from the ChiefsDigest staff, exclusive photos, NFL news and much more. read more

Rating the Packers vs. Chiefs

The ashen look on Andy Reid’s face and his terse remarks both Monday night and Tuesday spoke volumes about how distressed and undoubtedly angry he was about his Kansas City Chiefs’ 38-28 loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.
Baltimore Sun Sep 29, 2015

Aaron Rodgers throws for five touchdowns in Packers' 38-28 win over Chiefs

Aaron Rodgers dissected another defense on a national stage, building a big enough cushion for the Green Bay Packers to overcome a late rush by Jamaal Charles and the Kansas City Chiefs.
Topeka Capital-Journal Sep 29, 2015

Chiefs defense is Mr. Rodgers' playgroundin 38-28 loss

Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw five touchdown passes and the Packers dominated the Chiefs in Monday night action at Lambeau Field, winning 38-28. Rodgers had two scoring throws in the first quarter, as the Packers jumped to an early lead and the Chiefs offense was unable to overcome the deficit in the game’s final three quarters. In the friendly confines of Lambeau, the Packers are tough to beat as their winning streak now stands at 11 games. For the second straight game, the Chiefs sunk any chance of competing due to penalties, missed assignments and a turnover. read more
Denver Post Sep 29, 2015
Rodgers throws for 5 TDs, Packers beat Chiefs 38-28

Rodgers throws for 5 TDs, Packers beat Chiefs 38-28

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Aaron Rodgers threw for 333 yards and five touchdowns, including three to Randall Cobb, and the Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 38-28 on Monday night.
Topeka Capital-Journal Sep 28, 2015

Former Chief Jared Allen traded to Carolina Panthers for sixth-round pick

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Carolina Panthers have acquired former star Chiefs defensive end Jared Allen from the Chicago Bears in exchange for a 2016 sixth-round draft pick. The Bears announced the trade on Monday. The trade will become official pending Allen passing a physical, Panthers team spokesman Steven Drummond told The Associated Press. read more

Packers-Chiefs Saturday injury report: Lacy, Adams, Burnett questionable

 Photo/ESPNWisconsin.com Eddie Lacy and Davante Adams visit with trainers before taking part in Friday’s practice. GREEN BAY – Just when the Green Bay Packers were encouraged by the progress running back Eddie Lacy and wide receiver Davante Adams made during the week in their recoveries from ankle injuries, the team could be without veteran safety Morgan Burnett after he reinjured his troublesome calf early in Friday’s practice.The Packers listed Lacy, Adams and Burnett as questionable on Saturday’s injury report in advance of Monday night’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs at...

Packers Podcast: McGinn & Cohen on Seahawks review, Chiefs preview

In their weekly podcast, Bob McGinn and Michael Cohen review the Packers' victory over the the Seahawks, preview the Monday night game against the Kansas City Chiefs, discuss the roster addition of linebacker Joe Thomas and take questions from listeners.

Third-string tailback Harris embracing potential opportunity against Kansas City Chiefs

Green Bay The injury to starting tailback Eddie Lacy, a right ankle problem that may or may not sideline him against the Kansas City Chiefs, conjured a significant crowd around the locker of backup James Starks on Thursday.

Packers' Next Opponent: Kansas City Chiefs scouting report

Kansas City has never lost in Green Bay (1989, 1990, 2003), and two assistant coaches for recent opponents of the Chiefs as well as an executive in personnel for an AFC team that has played them this season are expecting it to be close.
Topeka Capital-Journal Sep 22, 2015

Ruling gives Kansas City Chiefs age discrimination suit fresh life

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — A lawsuit claiming that that the Kansas City Chiefs fired an older maintenance manager because of his age has received fresh life. On Tuesday, the Missouri Supreme Court vacated a Jackson County jury’s decision that the club didn’t discriminate in Steve Cox’s firing. The judges found that it was wrong to preclude 20 other former employees from testifying that they also lost their jobs because they were older. The Supreme Court has sent the case back to the lower court for reconsideration. read more
Plain Dealer Sep 18, 2015

Denver Broncos comeback against Chiefs; Jason Day's run at BMW Championship: Sports Trending (photos)

The Denver Broncos' and Peyton Manning's improbable comeback against the Kansas City Chiefs, Jason Day's run at the BMW Championship, and Patrick Kane's apology are among the trending sports stories.

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