2013 Offseason Review: Kansas City Chiefs from The Mothership
The Chiefs improved during the very busy offseason, thanks to the club's chairman and CEO Clark Hunt, who spearheaded the changes made within the franchise after the 2012 campaign. The confident decisions made by Hunt exhibited the competitive spirit of his late father, Chiefs founder Lamar Hunt, creating an excitement that continues to buzz, surrounding the team.
So, as the season nears, let's take a look back at what the team has been doing to prepare for what could be an unforgettable 2013.
Do You Have The Chops? from The Mothership
"Before the game, the Rumble are part of the tunnel as the Chiefs are coming out of the locker room," Wohler noted. "They are on the video boards for a performance and then start the Tomahawk Chop to get the fans excited about the game."
If you're interested in being a part of the Chiefs Rumble, getting paid to perform music at Arrowhead Stadium and have a passion for music and football, then you need to audition.
"There is no other opportunity around (Kansas City) to perform on the scale that we do with the Rumble," Arnet commented. "We need bold and outgoing personalities in addition to strong players."
KC Star Video: Chiefs Fans Line Up For Tickets, Talk Playoffs
KCChiefs.com Photo Gallery: Foto Friday Flashback 1980s
CBS 12 Video: Flowers And NFL Stars Mentor Delray Beach Youth
Former Chiefs Smith Tees Off To Help Local Charities from The Springfield News-Leader
The biggest man at Twin Oaks Country Club Friday afternoon is maybe the biggest name to come to Springfield for the Lorenzo Williams and Friends Celebrity Weekend.
Former Kansas City Chiefs all-pro defensive end Neil Smith said he was happy to put aside his roots as a Nebraska Cornhusker to help Williams, a former Missouri Tiger, raise money for local charities.
LAST TIME IN KANSAS CITY: Broncos 17, Chiefs 9; Nov. 25, 2012. The Chiefs were the worst team the Broncos faced during their 10-game winning streak, en route to a 2-14 finish. But Kansas City was able to control the tempo early, running on eight of their first 10 plays in driving to a field goal. The Chiefs averaged 4.8 yards per carry and with the aid of a few dropped passes by Broncos receivers, kept the game close.
AFC West Training Camp Preview: Four Big Questions from NFL.com
The Chiefs are healthy. They don't have a lot of injuries or meaningful position battles, which is strange for a team breaking in a new head coach, quarterback and defensive coordinator while coming off a 2-14 season. It will be fascinating to watch how Andy Reid coaches up Alex Smith and how the team uses the pistol formation, but that's not something we'll truly know much about until September.
Weekly-Weekend-What-To-Do (07.12-14.13) from Downtown St. Pete
Louis Murphy Jr.'s 1st Downs 4 Life Charity Basketball Game Louis Murphy Jr. and his non-profit organization, 1st Downs 4 Life, will present the first annual Charity Basketball Game, hosted by Comedian Alex Thomas from the hot new TV show, Mr. Box Office. Attendees can witness Louis Murphy (New York Giants), Marreese Speights (Cleveland Cavaliers), Winky Wright (World Champion Professional Boxer), Jamar Newsome (Kansas City Chiefs), Jonte Green (Detroit Lions) and others participate in a star-studded game of basketball.