4:11 PM EDT, Mon May 23, 2022
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Chiefs’ full preseason schedule has been announced

Chiefs’ full preseason schedule has been announced

Photo by Christian Petersen/ We now know the dates and times for Kansas City’s three 2022 preseason games. When the NFL’s full regular-season schedule was announced on May 12, we learned that the Kansas City Chiefs would play one preseason game on the road against the Chicago Bears, followed by two home games against the Washington Commanders and Green Bay Packers. On Monday, the Chiefs announced the dates and times for these three exhibition games: 2022 Preseason Schedule Wk1 SatAug 13 @Bears Soldier FieldChicago KSHB/4112:00 pm Wk2 SatAug...
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Phase 3 of Chiefs’ offseason program begins on Wednesday

Phase 3 of Chiefs’ offseason program begins on Wednesday

Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports We’ll hear from Chiefs players and coaches the next three Thursdays. On Monday, 15 NFL teams will begin Phase Three of their offseason program. The Kansas City Chiefs will start Phase Three on Wednesday. Here’s what’s allowed during this part of the program: Phase Three consists of the next four weeks. Teams may conduct a total of 10 days of organized team practice activity, or “OTAs”. No live contact is permitted, but 7-on-7, 9-on-7, and 11-on-11 drills are permitted. Article 22 of the Collective Bargaining Agreement stipulates...
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Film review: UDFA Mike Rose has long frame, athleticism at linebacker

Film review: UDFA Mike Rose has long frame, athleticism at linebacker

Photo by David Purdy/ The Iowa State prospect had a more decorated college career than most undrafted free agents. It would be difficult not to be excited about the future of the Kansas City Chiefs’ linebacker position — especially after the 2022 NFL Draft. The franchise added Leo Chenal to a room that already included Nick Bolton and Willie Gay Jr. It’s a rather compelling trio of young players. However, Chenal wasn’t the only acquisition on draft weekend that impressed as a college linebacker. After their draft picks, the Chiefs secured former Iowa State...
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In new power ranking, Peter King ranks the Chiefs behind the Chargers

In new power ranking, Peter King ranks the Chiefs behind the Chargers

Photo by Bill McCay/ Monday’s “Football Morning in America” column takes “winning the offseason” to new heights. In Monday’s “Football Morning in America” column for NBC Sports, longtime NFL analyst Peter King posted one of his occasional power rankings — one in which the Kansas City Chiefs rank third behind the Buffalo Bills and Los Angeles Chargers. The Los Angeles Rams and Green Bay Packers fill out the top five. 3. Kansas City Chiefs At a loss where to put Kansas City. This has all the feel of a get-right season. Two huge pieces of KC’s puzzle,...
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LOOK: First chance to see Skyy Moore in a Chiefs uniform

LOOK: First chance to see Skyy Moore in a Chiefs uniform

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Moore was photographed at the NFL’s “Rookie Premiere.” . pic.twitter.com/ehAu771HpW— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) May 22, 2022 The Kansas City Chiefs’ second-round receiver was photographed as part of the NFL’s “Rookie Premiere.” It is the first major business and marketing event featuring NFL players since becoming professionals (more here). What do you think of the number, 24?
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Let’s Argue: The Chiefs are a Wild Card team this year

Let’s Argue: The Chiefs are a Wild Card team this year

Photo by David Eulitt/ Mark Gunnels takes on all your hot takes, wacky predictions and unpopular opinions. Welcome to this week’s edition of Let’s Argue! Let’s Argue is a weekly series that looks at hot takes, unpopular opinions, wacky predictions and more from Kansas City Chiefs fans. The Chiefs are a Wild Card team this year The Chiefs are a wildcard team this year, because the schedule is just too damn brutal.— N/A (@kansasbluecoast) May 18, 2022 According to data gathered by Elias Sports Bureau, the Kansas City Chiefs will be the first team in NFL...
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Arrowheadlines: Arrowhead Stadium named a finalist to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup

Arrowheadlines: Arrowhead Stadium named a finalist to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup

Photo by Simon Bruty/Anychance/ Chiefs headlines for Monday, May 23 The latest Travis Kelce Could Be the Next NFL Star Who Follows Tom Brady, Tony Romo Into the Broadcast Booth | Sports Casting Travis Kelce was tapped by two NFL.com analysts as a potential broadcaster These days, broadcast booths around the country are filled with former players slotting into the color commentary role. While he still has some time left on the gridiron, Travis Kelce could be following that career path one day. In a recent NFL.com post, 10 analysts, many of who are former players...
May 21, 2022
What we learned about the Chiefs this week

What we learned about the Chiefs this week

Photo by Chris Unger/ Taking a look at the week of May 16 on Arrowhead Pride... Dolphins signing former Chiefs defensive end Melvin Ingram On Sunday, news had broken that the Kansas City Chiefs’ defensive end wouldn’t be returning for 2022 after all. Additional details emerged on Monday. According to NFL reporter Jordan Schultz, the Miami Dolphins have agreed to terms with former Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Melvin Ingram. Breaking: FA DE Melvin Ingram is signing with the #Dolphins, per source. The 3x Pro Bowler has 51 career sacks with 74 TFLs and 119 QB...
May 21, 2022
Arrowheadlines: Position battles loom on defense as rookies stake their claims

Arrowheadlines: Position battles loom on defense as rookies stake their claims

Photo by Joe Robbins/Icon Sportswire via Chiefs headlines for Saturday, May 21st The latest Chiefs dead cap: 4 players account for nearly $8 million | Chiefs Wire Gone are the days of paying for past contract sins for the Kansas City Chiefs. Right now, the Chiefs rank near the top of the NFL in effective salary cap space, with $14,755,982 available per Over The Cap. One of the reasons that their cap space is in such a good spot is because they’re not paying out a ton of dead money to players who are no longer on the team. For instance, Kansas City stopped paying for...
May 20, 2022
L’Jarius Sneed’s car ‘shot up’ in Louisiana; cornerback not accused of wrongdoing by police — according to a report

L’Jarius Sneed’s car ‘shot up’ in Louisiana; cornerback not accused of wrongdoing by police — according to a report

Photo by David Eulitt/ The report noted that Sneed was not in the vehicle at the time and was only detained for questioning. Kansas City Chiefs cornerback L’Jarius Sneed’s car was “shot up” in Minden, Louisiana — his hometown — as first reported by TMZ Sports. The report noted that Sneed was not in the vehicle at the time. Police said the cornerback had not been accused of any wrongdoing. TMZ: According to a department spokesperson, Sneed’s Ford Bronco — which the 25-year-old football player was not an occupant in at the time — was hit by bullets ......
May 20, 2022
ESPN’s Louis Riddick has ‘his eye’ on one Chiefs rookie

ESPN’s Louis Riddick has ‘his eye’ on one Chiefs rookie

Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports This time last year, Riddick had the same eye on Creed Humphrey and Trey Smith. We have noted on these pages before that when ESPN’s Louis Riddick speaks on the Kansas City Chiefs, we listen closely. The NFL analyst was the pro personnel director for the Philadelphia Eagles from 2010-12 — the same time a scout named Brett Veach was in the building. Around this time last year, Riddick became the first to identify that then-rookie offensive linemen Creed Humphrey and Trey Smith might be starters. He was right about that — though he...
May 20, 2022
Travis Kelce is bringing back Tight End University for year 2

Travis Kelce is bringing back Tight End University for year 2

Photo by Rich Graessle/PPI/Icon Sportswire via Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce 49ers George Kittle for year 2 of TE university Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and fellow tight ends George Kittle and Greg Olsen are bringing back “Tight End University” for a second year after a successful inaugural event in 2021. The three-day event will take place from Wednesday, June 22, to Friday, June 24, at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennesee. The summit will utilize film study, on-field drills, recovery, rehabilitation and more as some of the best tight ends...
May 20, 2022
WATCH: Travis Kelce recounts ‘13 seconds’ with ESPN’s Joe Buck

WATCH: Travis Kelce recounts ‘13 seconds’ with ESPN’s Joe Buck

Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports .@tkelce saying he had to tell @PatrickMahomes to quiet down during the Chiefs vs. Bills playoff game pic.twitter.com/uwceBs0gYX— ESPN (@espn) May 19, 2022 Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce joined ESPN's Joe Buck and Michael Collins as part of the network's alternate PGA Championship broadcast. Buck recently jumped from Fox to ESPN to call "Monday Night Football." (By the way, that means Buck and color analyst Troy Aikman will be on the broadcast of the Chiefs' Week 5 "Monday Night Football" matchup with the Las Vegas...
May 20, 2022
Arrowheadlines: Analyst believes Skyy Moore should be favorite for NFL offensive rookie of the year

Arrowheadlines: Analyst believes Skyy Moore should be favorite for NFL offensive rookie of the year

Photo by Joe Robbins/Icon Sportswire via Chiefs headlines for Friday, May 20 The latest 2022 NFL season: Day 3 rookies who could compete for starter snaps in Year 1 | NFL.com 7 - Darian Kinnard Kentucky · G Kansas City Chiefs Drafted: Round 5, 145th overall The Chiefs’ right tackle situation is fluid, to say the least. Veteran Andrew Wylie could take over there, as could Lucas Niang if healthy. Kinnard’s power on the edge, however, and Wylie’s value as a sixth man if there is an injury at another spot on the line, might force the rookie into the starting lineup...
May 19, 2022
Melvin Ingram’s Dolphins contract isn’t quite as rich as originally reported

Melvin Ingram’s Dolphins contract isn’t quite as rich as originally reported

Photo by David Eulitt/ Knowing the details of Ingram’s new deal in Miami, it’s a little clearer why he didn’t return to Kansas City. When former Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Melvin Ingram was reported to have been signed to the Miami Dolphins, the original report was that he was signing a one-year contract worth $5 million. We now have a breakdown of the deal from ESPN’s Field Yates. Melvin Ingram's deal with the Dolphins: - $1.65M signing bonus- $1.67M base salary- $680K in per-game roster bonuses ($40K/game)- $250K Pro Bowl bonus- Up to $750K in...