In the video below, which was cut from an interview I did for Forbes SportsMoney on the YES Network, Hunt gets into why he believes the Packers are a good model for the Chiefs, the remodeling of Arrowhead Stadium, and why the NFL has a future in Europe and the league may eventually play a Super Bowl in London.
PSU's Broyles To Enter Kansas Sports Hall Of Fame from The Joplin Globe
It will be a homecoming of sorts for Broyles when he heads to Wichita for the induction. He met his wife, Helen, there and also got to know another of this year's inductees there.
Broyles was an assistant coach at Wichita's Bishop Carroll in the 1970s when he helped coach a defensive star named Mike Bell. Bell went on to an All-American career at Colorado State and was the Kansas City Chiefs' top pick in the 1979 draft. His nephew is current Oklahoma quarterback Blake Bell.
NFL Preview: AFC Playoff Predictions - Part 2 from isportsweb
Some of you may think that I am out of my mind for picking the Chiefs as my last team to represent the AFC in the playoffs this upcoming 13-14 season. Well, I understand where you readers are coming from, especially since they finished 2012 with a league worst and also tied for a franchise worst record of 2-14. Well before you judge me, lets play this game I like to call Who's That Team and see how you feel about my pick afterwards:
BHSN: Louis Murphy Jr.'s Youth Football Camp Set For July 13 from Bay 9 News
The game on Friday, July 12 is open to the public and will be hosted by Alex Thomas from TV show Mr. Box Office. Also participating, besides Murphy, are Mareese Speights (Cleveland Cavaliers), Winky Wright (boxer), Jamar Newsome (Kansas City Chiefs), Jonte Green (Detroit Lions) and other accomplished athletes.
AFC Roundup: Training Camps, NFL Kickoff Days Away from CBS Boston
Kansas City Chiefs: In light of the troubles of New England, sources report Chiefs TE Tony Moeaki may be possible trade bait. Alex Smith and Jamaal Charles are currently working on iterations of the pistol offense to incorporate this upcoming season.
Brady Quinn Can Find Positives In KC Year from ProFootballTalk
"I was just proud of the way a lot of the men kind of were able to persevere and fight through some of the adversity we faced," Quinn said. "Again, football is one thing, but there were some life-changing events, too, that took place, and guys were still able to maintain and be there for one another and fight through it."
Quinn's own leadership and perspective during that time was one of the main reasons for that, and part of the reason he's able to continue to find work in the NFL regardless what his stat line looks like.
Weekend Helps Support At-Risk Youth Through Education And Athletics from The Sun Sentinel
A weekend of events will help raise vital funds for a nonprofit that serves local at-risk youth.
Prep & Sports Inc. is dedicated to changing the lives of youth in Palm Beach County through programs that provide academic guidance and athletic performance training. It utilizes the ACT/SAT college standard test as a benchmark for participant's success.
The organization will host the "Brandon Flowers Charity Weekend" July 11-13.
Flowers, a cornerback for the Kansas City Chiefs, is not only president of Prep & Sports; he's also a graduate of the program.
Seeking To 'Follow The Rock,' Law Firm Plants Its Roots In Shale from Environment & Energy Publishing
Cunningham and Rick Burleson attended the University of Texas together and met in English class during their freshman year. In those days, Burleson played for the university's football team -- he was drafted as a defensive end for the Kansas City Chiefs before he decided to go to law school -- and he was known for being a "personable guy," a quality that has carried into his legal career, Cunningham said.