Pro Bowl Game Day Coverage from The Mothership
Sunday, January 26th at 6:30 p.m. CT.
The Pro Bowl will be played at Aloha Stadium, Honolulo.
Sunny with a chance of showers.
High: 78 degrees
Low: 65 degrees
KCChiefs.com Video: Pro Bowl Week With Alex Smith And Tamba Hali
KCChiefs.com Photo Gallery: Aloha Stadium Practice Photo Gallery
Chiefs Position Analysis: Special Teams from ESPN
That's threatened by the possible loss of McCluster and Demps. The decision whether to re-sign them is complicated by their roles on offense or defense. McCluster doesn't produce enough as a receiver to demand a big contract, so the Chiefs shouldn't give him one. While he did a nice job as a punt returner, he benefited from some great blocking at times. The Chiefs can find another returner who can do what McCluster does, though that won't necessarily be easy. Demps is a backup and if he's willing to accept backup money, he should be re-signed.
Pro Bowl Is Final Hurrah For Gonzalez from The Albany Herald
With the 44th pick of the 2014 Pro Bowl Draft, Team Rice selected Gonzalez.
In between, the Hall of Famer in waiting reinvented the tight end position, breaking record after record while establishing himself as one of the greatest to ever play the game.
Missouri Sports Hall Of Fame To Enshrine Newest Class Today from The Springfield News-Leader
Ed Podolak, Kansas City Chiefs:The running back remains the franchise's fifth-leading rusher 35 years after his retirement.
Schmitt played the first 10 of his 11 NFL seasons with the Jets, a dream come true for the Brooklyn native who went on to play at Hofstra. That he also got to win the whole damn thing with the Jets? And to be a part of the first AFL team to do it against any and all expectations? Come on.
"I don't know if you can appreciate this," said Schmitt, who played through pneumonia in Super Bowl III. "There were guys that we hated-the Oakland Raiders, I mean there wasn't a guy on that team that we honestly liked, OK? And the Kansas City Chiefs, and some of these other teams. They'd come up to our hotel before the Super Bowl and come over and see us and pat us on the back and say, 'Hey, win it for us, all of us.' Guys that you tried to kill the week before were coming over an hugging you.
"You really felt that. We didn't just win for the Jets. We won for the AFL."
Witnessing A-Bomb Test Changed His Life, Veteran Says from The Indiana Gazette
As John Fatino, 79, of Blairsville, describes it, "when the bomb went off ... you could see the bones in the guy in front of you."
Fatino, as a member of the United States Marine Corps Test Unit No. 1, endured Operation Teapot (shot Bee), part of a series of experimental tests in Nevada, north of Las Vegas, between 1954 and 1957 for the development of specialized tactics in the nuclear age...
...He settled down in Missouri and eventually worked as the chief chef at Arrowhead Stadium, home of the Kansas City Chiefs. He enjoyed the job so much he "couldn't wait to go to work for every day." Fatino was inducted into the American Academy of Chefs in 1996.
Dolphins Give Caserio, Dawson, And Hickey Second GM Interviews from MiamiDolphins.com
Miami Dolphins owner Steve Ross conducted three second interviews today, meeting with Nick Caserio, Lake Dawson and Dennis Hickey...
...Dawson, a third-round draft pick of the Kansas City Chiefs in 1994 who played four seasons in Kansas City, has been with the Titans since 2007 when he was hired as the director of pro scouting. He stayed in that role through 2010, was promoted to Vice President of Football Operations in 2011 and then moved into his current position in 2012. Dawson is involved in all aspects of putting together the Titans' roster and oversees the scouting of college, NFL, CFL and other professional players while also assisting in contract negotiations.
Junior Hemingway Ready For Move from WMBF
"Coach Reid coming in and the coaching staff he brought in, (they have) just so much knowledge," Hemingway said. "You can tell they've been in the game for a long time, and just learning from them is just great."
And he fully believes he can call Kansas City home for the foreseeable future.
"I don't want this to end," Hemingway said about his time in the league. "The fans, the support, Kansas City - that stadium, just everything about Kansas City is great, and I love it."