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NFL's Roger Goodell explains early start time for Chiefs-Lions in London

The Kansas City Chiefs will give up a home game and play the Detroit Lions in London next year. It was just announced this week that the game will kick off at 8:30 a.m. (Arrowhead Time) on that Sunday morning as will the other two London games next season. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is holding his annual pre-Super Bowl press conference today and he was asked about that early start time. Here's what he said: "It's something that we experimented with last year," Goodell said on NFL Network Friday afternoon. "It was our first game at 9:30 a.m. ET time in the States. It ended up being...

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Topeka Capital-Journal Jan 20, 2015

Chiefs backup QB Tyler Bray tears ACL; team signs 19 to future deals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs announced Tuesday that Tyler Bray has torn the ACL in his left knee, putting his future with the franchise in doubt and creating space for Terrelle Pryor at backup quarterback. Bray spent last season on injured reserve after spraining an ankle in the preseason. The move allowed the Chiefs to keep him along with Alex Smith, Chase Daniel and Aaron Murray. Pryor, a former Raiders quarterback, recently agreed to a deal with the Chiefs. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Jan 15, 2015

Chiefs training camp to stay at Missouri Western for three more years

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs will continue to spend training camp on the campus of Missouri Western after the school’s board of governors approved a three-year contract extension Thursday. The decision will keep the Chiefs heading north of Kansas City through at least 2017. The agreement includes two extensions of one-year each at the option of the Chiefs and the school. “From a football perspective, continuing to hold camp at Missouri Western State University makes sense for us,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said in a statement. read more

Source: Chiefs sign QB Terrelle Pryor to 1-year deal

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Chiefs signed Terrelle Pryor to a one-year deal Wednesday to provide competition at the backup quarterback spot, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the Chiefs had not announced the deal. Pryor worked out for Kansas City earlier in the day, and later tweeted out a picture of himself carrying a notebook with the Chiefs’ logo on it. read more

Chiefs, Saints execs decline Jets' GM interviews

Is this 2013 all over again? The New York Jets were spurned Monday by two more potential general manager candidates, bringing the total to at least four. Kansas City Chiefs director of player personnel Chris Ballard and New Orleans Saints director of player personnel Ryan Pace declined invitations to interview for the job, it was confirmed. The NFL Network first reported them. Previously, Baltimore Ravens assistant GM Eric DeCosta and Minnesota Vikings assistant GM George Paton said no to the Jets.

Watt, Gronkowski unanimous picks to All-Pro team

NEW YORK — J.J. Watt found a unique way to make the 2014 Associated Press NFL All-Pro team announced Friday. Houston’s Watt was listed on all 50 ballots by a nationwide panel of media members who regularly cover the league, with 45 of the votes for defensive end and the other five for defensive tackle. So he actually was a first-team end and a second-team tackle in gaining his third straight selection. read more

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    Terrelle Pryor

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    Tyler Bray

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