In what could become his final season in Kansas City, Pro Bowl Linebacker, Tamba Hali, still has some juice left in the tank. But with his contract expiring at the end 2015 and the Chiefs committing a first round pick on Dee Ford in May, what does the future hold for KC’s premier pass rusher?FULL STORY
He didn’t play a regular season snap for the Chiefs in 2013 but Tight End, Travis Kelce, might begin the year in the starting line-up for Kansas City. But can he shake off the rust of an injury plagued rookie season to make an impact this season?FULL STORY
A year ago Kansas City Chiefs Tackle, Donald Stephenson, showed tremendous versatility moving from back-up player to starter at both tackle positions. That solid play has pushed the former Oklahoma standout into a starting slot in 2014.FULL STORY
No one player has the potential to bring big time play ability to KC’s offense than Wide Receiver, Dwayne Bowe. At times, the former first round draft pick performs like an All-Pro. Other times, he's more pedestrian. However, if motivated, focused and in shape, he can be a game changer.FULL STORY
Last year we all witnessed the Chiefs second half defensive meltdown. In its aftermath, we all came to the same conclusion, Bob Sutton, the man in charge of the unit, didn't seem to have enough answers to fix it. In year two on the job, no one coach on Andy Reid's staff has more pressure to succeed than KC's battle tested defensive coordinator.FULL STORY
A year ago at this time not a single Chiefs fan knew the name Marcus Cooper. Heading into 2014 the second year man from Rutgers is geared up for a starting role at the cornerback position. Still it begs the question which Mr.Cooper will we see this year?FULL STORY
If there's one evolving story to keep an eye at training camp that could ultimately shape the success of the Kansas City Chiefs in becoming an elite offensive unit in 2014, it could boil down to the play of Center, Rodney Hudson.FULL STORY
I've always been a firm believer that if you build something special people will come to it. In Kansas City, the Chiefs are led by arguably one of the best coaches in the NFL. Last season we saw Head Coach, Andy Reid, rebuild the culture of this team from perennial regular season loser into a surprise playoff participant in just twelve months on the job.FULL STORY
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