Good morning and welcome to Arrowheadlines. Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news.
For Black and many other Chiefs fans, the sense right now is not one of anticipation, but one of dread and doom.
"I’m at the point where I’ve just quit looking for Chiefs news because I’m just so disgusted with the entire situation," Black said. "I’m not reading Chiefs news, I’m not watching the NFL Network.
"I’m at the point where I’m beyond frustrated. I realize (the labor dispute) is all a part of business, and I certainly empathize with both sides in wanting to get a fair deal. But in the end, they’re still fighting over a $9 billion or $10 billion industry, and I’m just disappointed and disillusioned by the whole thing."
Chiefs Fans Feel Frustrated With NFL Labor Impasse from KC Star
It happens every year. For whatever reason, some players drop out of sight only to come back and make an impact the next season. Some are coming back from injury, while others were simply buried in the depth chart or on the practice squad.
These Chiefs didn’t see much action in 2010, but were in the middle of storylines and/or position battles less than a year ago. Could one of them re-emerge to play a contributing role in 2011?
Hey, Remember Me? from The Mothership
Since the Dallas Texans walked on the field for their first game in September 1960, the franchise begun by Lamar Hunt has played 51 seasons, 794 regular season and post-season games and thousands of plays.
A handful of those performances in those plays, games and seasons rank as the most impressive statistical standards in the Chiefs record book.
We’ve picked out the seven most impressive records among the many noted performances in team history. They span nearly the entire 51 years that the Texans-Chiefs have played and cover offense, defense and special teams.
The Chiefs Best Records... Morning Cup O'Chiefs from Bob Gretz
Christopher from Wichita, Kan., wants to know if the Kansas City Chiefs could pursue San Diego running back/returner Darren Sproles in free agency.
BW: Sproles is from Kansas, so there would likely be some interest. Last year, before the Chargers secured Sproles, it was reported the Chiefs were planning to visit with him. However, that was before the team added returners Javier Arenas and Dexter McCluster.
AFC West Mailbag from ESPN
The Louisburg Chamber of Commerce, as reported in the Louisburg Herald during the last few months of 2010, has made several changes in an effort to become more progressive and active in the community...
...The chamber has also added a new prestigious award to issue at the organization’s annual luncheon, which is set for noon to 1 p.m. June 9 at the Timber Creek Event Center...
...Former Kansas City Chiefs linebacker and current Chiefs ambassador Anthony Davis will be present to address the attendees.
Chamber of Commerce Announces 5K from KCCommunityNews.com
A former NFL quarterback. A current NFL punter. A college basketball icon, an Olympic gold medalist and a couple of legendary sportscasters.
They’ve all got one thing in common: They’ll be teeing it up June 13 at Sycamore Hills Golf Club in the 2011 Mad Anthonys Charity Classic for Children....
...Among them is former NFL quarterback Trent Green, who played for four NFL teams, won a Super Bowl ring with the St. Louis Rams and was named to two Pro Bowls while playing for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Mad Anthonys Brings in Stars from The Fort Wayne Journal Gazette