The Path To the Chiefs For LB Joe Mays from The Mothership
Before making it in the pro ranks, Joe attended Hyde Park High School in Chicago, Illinois and then went on to showcase his talents for the North Dakota State Bison.
KCChiefs.com Video: Player Spotlight: Jamaal Charles
Chiefs Should Have Enough D-Line Depth from ESPN
The Chiefs also have three intriguing players as their backups. One is Allen Bailey. Bailey has pass rush skills but also has played well at end when given a chance in their base defense. He's capable of more than the Chiefs have given him.
The others are Mike Catapano and Jaye Howard. Catapano showed more pass rush ability last season as a rookie than should be expected from a seventh-round draft pick from Princeton. He may never become an every-down player but could eventually help the Chiefs as a pass-rusher, perhaps as soon as this season.
49ers, Broncos, Chiefs Bulk up Client List For Branding Agency Watson Creative from OregonLive.com
Today, the former Nike employee has parlayed his experience into brand-building accounts with an array of teams including the NFL's Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, the MLS's Portland Timbers, Seattle Sounders and Vancouver Whitecaps and the NHL's Boston Bruins. In less than two years, Watson Creative has grown from nothing to about $1 million in revenue in 2013 and an expected $3 million this year while employing 18 people and looking to hire more.
2015 NFL Free Agency Class Could Land Huge Contracts from USA Today
Justin Houston, OLB, Kansas City Chiefs (3rd round, 2011): He took another step up in class last year, notching 11 sacks in 11 games before an elbow injury derailed him. But a 6-3, 260-pound edge rusher will command quite a ransom in a league where half the teams now favor the 3-4 defense.
Results, Celebrity Sightings At SDSU's Pro Day from The San Diego Union-Tribune
The following NFL teams were represented: the San Diego Chargers, the San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Arizona Cardinals, Oakland Raiders, St. Louis Rams, Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Buffalo Bills, Kansas City Chiefs...
2014 NFL Mock Draft: Blake Bortles Still On Top After Pro Day from CBS Sports
23. Kansas City Chiefs -- Odell Beckham, Jr., WR, LSU - After missing on Emmanuel Sanders in free agency, the Chiefs need to land another piece across from Dwayne Bowe. Beckham is a wonderful complement to their current weapons and a potentially explosive playmaker that Alex Smith needs.
Brian Waters "Younger Players Have Opportunity To Serve" from Pro Player Insiders
NFL player and NFLPA Executive Committee member Brian Waters earned his seventh Pro Bowl selection in 2012. The right guard is among the most accomplished offensive linemen in the league. Pro Player Insiders spoke with the 6-foot-3, 320-lb. Waters about the NFLPA, the meaning of leadership and what's up next for him.
Freeze Frame: Maryville Photographer Expands Horizons Through Lens, Signs from The Daily Times
As a photographer for the Kansas City Chiefs professional football team and creator of some of the most notable advertisements in the world, Rob Cunningham has seen some amazing things in his life.
Cunningham's possessions include a personal message signed by sportscaster Al Michaels and a pamphlet on Islam from Muhammad Ali, but perhaps most impressive is his work.
Tony Gonzalez is the NFL's career leader in receptions by a tight end, but while he was a basketball star at Cal and led the Golden Bears to the NCAA tournament, he also played two years of football in Berkeley. He finally decided to concentrate on playing tight end rather than power forward.
Kansas City tight end Demetrius Harris spent the 2013 season on the Chiefs' practice squad as a rookie after making the switch from basketball following his senior season at UW-Milwaukee. Harris, who is 6-7, was the third-leading scorer and top rebounder for UWM in 2012-13.
Why Is The Colts' Owner A Sympathetic Drug Addict? from Bloomberg
By all accounts Irsay is a pleasant guy and nobody should wish him ill. But I wonder where these good tidings go when it's not a white, billionaire owner getting arrested with illegal substances, but a black player who plays into the stereotype of what our society thinks a drug addict actually looks like. When Dwayne Bowe was arrested for speeding and marijuana possession in November, several fans got all self-righteous after the Kansas City Chiefs decided not to bench him, tweeting about morals and calling him a thug. (Won't somebody please think of the children?)