4:33 AM EDT, Wed September 02, 2015

Seattle Seahawks DE Michael Bennett fined for hit on Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith

Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett was fined $17,363 for a hit on Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith in the first quarter of the teams’ preseason game last week. NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport first reported the news on Friday. Bennett hit Smith on the Chiefs’ first offensive play of the game, drawing a roughing […]

Kevin Haskin: Alex Smith plays within himself, looks sharp in Chiefs romp

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — No need Friday for Alex Smith to go crazy and uncork a bomb again to begin a preseason game for the Kansas City Chiefs. Not when a 12-year-old guitarist went all Jimi on the crowd in Arrowhead Stadium and strummed an awesome rendition of the National Anthem. Pressure off, the Chiefs reverted to typical play-calling that’s true to the skills of their quarterback. After being flushed out of his cleats a week earlier, Smith used ample protection to patiently carve the Tennessee Titans. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Aug 27, 2015

Chiefs' Knile Davis could hold key to running success

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — There may be no more valuable player on the Kansas City Chiefs than Jamaal Charles, the game-breaking running back with the slick moves and world-class speed. His success this season could be closely tied to that of Knile Davis. The Chiefs have given Charles a remarkably light load in training camp and preseason games in an effort to keep him healthy, and that has meant more work for Davis. read more
Denver Post Aug 26, 2015
Knile Davis could hold key to running success for Chiefs

Knile Davis could hold key to running success for Chiefs

There may be no more valuable player on the Kansas City Chiefs than Jamaal Charles, the game-breaking running back with the slick moves and world-class speed.
Seattle Times Aug 22, 2015

Seahawks postgame video: Pete Carroll, Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner, K.J. Wright talk about preseason loss to Chiefs

Members of the Seahawks talk on camera about their preseason loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.

What we learned: Some improvement, but a long way to go as Seahawks drop road test to Chiefs

The Seattle Seahawks made some encouraging improvements in their second preseason matchup of the 2015 season, a 14-13 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at the venerable Arrowhead Stadium. But there were also plenty of reasons to believe this Hawks team is not yet ready for primetime. Good thing they’ve got two more exhibition contests left. […]

Seattle Seahawks Poll: Who gets the ‘Game Ball’ after 14-13 loss to the Chiefs?

Despite a 25-yard pick six from middle linebacker Bobby Wagner and an improved performance from a new-look offensive line, the Seattle Seahawks fell, 14-13 to the Kansas City Chiefs Friday night at Arrowhead Stadium. The loss dropped the Seahawks to 0-2 in the preseason, an uncharacteristic mark for coach Pete Carroll, who is now 13-9 […]

Seattle Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner intercepts Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith and takes it to the house

Bobby Wagner appears ready for the regular season. With the Seahawks trailing 7-3 late in Friday’s second quarter in Kansas City, the middle linebacker intercepted a pass from Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith and returned it 25 yards for a touchdown. The pick six gave the Seahawks their first lead — 10-7, after the extra point […]

Photos: Seattle Seahawks at Kansas City Chiefs (Preseason Week 2)

The Seattle Seahawks take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium Friday evening, in their first road game of the 2015 preseason.

Pick 6 Preview | Six things to watch: Seattle Seahawks at Kansas City Chiefs (Preseason Week 2)

The Seattle Seahawks take their first road trip of the 2015 season when they travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs in their second preseason contest on Friday. Last week’s preseason opener gave Hawks fans an opportunity to see their team on the field for the first time since Seattle’s heartbreaking Super Bowl XLIX […]
Topeka Capital-Journal Aug 20, 2015

Former Chiefs coach Dick Vermeil buys into Arena League

PHILADELPHIA — Dick Vermeil is returning to pro football, this time as an owner in the Arena League. Vermeil, who took the St. Louis Rams to the NFL title in the 1999 season, joins former NFL quarterback Ron Jaworski and current New Orleans Saints players Marques Colston and Jahri Evans as owners of the Philadelphia Soul. Vermeil will have a small stake, 2.5 percent of the franchise. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Aug 12, 2015

Former Chiefs QB Matt Cassel believes his best years are still ahead with Buffalo Bills

PITTSFORD, N.Y. — On his third team in four seasons, Bills quarterback Matt Cassel’s confidence remains unshaken in the 10-year veteran’s bid to finally establish himself as an NFL starter. “There’s always going to be critics out there,” the 33-year-old said. “And for me as a player, I think my best football’s ahead of me.” read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Aug 10, 2015

Alex Smith, Chiefs QB, asked to carry load on his right shoulder

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Alex Smith did everything the Kansas City Chiefs asked of him last season. Now, he must do more. The veteran quarterback with a reputation for being a game manager is being called upon to build on a solid if unremarkable season. After signing a four-year, $68 million extension before training camp, Smith proceeded to throw for more than 3,000 yards and 18 touchdowns with only six interceptions, despite having his season cut a game short by injury. read more

Will Shields latest Chiefs lineman to enter Hall of Fame

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — On every team that Will Shields played, from high school in Oklahoma to college at Nebraska to the NFL with the Kansas City Chiefs, there was always someone better than him. More talented. More athletic. More important. But when he’s asked to identify those players, the affable Shields runs into a flaw in his case. Most of the names he mentions never played 14 seasons in the NFL, or made 12 consecutive Pro Bowls, or paved the way for one of the best offenses in Chiefs history. None of them is going into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, either. read more

Chiefs hope Jeremy Maclin can rescue anemic wide receiving corps

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — On the first day of training camp, Alex Smith dropped back in a full-squad drill and lofted a pass toward Jeremy Maclin, who pulled it in and sprinted to the end zone. Just like that, Maclin had scored more touchdowns — ONE — than all of the Kansas City Chiefs’ wide receivers combined last season. He had also showed why the Chiefs were so eager to sign him in free agency. read more

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