The Chiefs add a decorated small school player coming off of a nasty knee injury.
The Branden Albert saga continues. The latest report states that the Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins have resumed trade talks regarding Albert. Previously it was reported the two sides had stopped talking.
Sometime later this season, we will begin to have an idea of whether the Kansas City Chiefs truly made the "proper" decision in rolling with Alex Smith over a rookie quarterback.
The latest Branden Albert trade rumors advances the stage of the talks between the Chiefs and Dolphins. Per a report, Albert has received permission to speak with the Dolphins regarding a contract, and is expected to visit the Dolphins facility.
The Kansas City Chiefs have not traded left tackle Branden Albert, who has signed his one-year franchise tag tender. But many think he will eventually be traded. Per a new report, the price tag is a second round pick.
Christopher Gates from Daily Norseman, SB Nation's Vikings site, answers our questions about the Chiefs newly signed safety.
The free agent frenzy (or something like that) continues for the Kansas City Chiefs, who have reportedly inked linebacker Zac Diles to a 1-year contract.
The Kansas City Chiefs were active early in free agency but things have settled down in the last month. On Friday, the KC Chiefs have two free agent visitors, including former Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Akeem Jordan.
The Kansas City Chiefs continue mining the 2013 NFL free agents. On Thursday and Friday, they will visit with safety Sherrod Martin, a 2009 second round pick by the Carolina Panthers.
Remember how Ryan Lilja retired at the end of last season? Maybe that's not the case. The Kansas City Star's Adam Teicher reports that the Chiefs have approached Lilja about returning.
Will the Chiefs trade Branden Albert? To who and for how much? We talk with The Phinsider, SB Nation's Miami Dolphins blog, to find some answers.
Brady Quinn won't be the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback in 2013, but he has received some interest from the Seattle Seahawks.
For the second time today, there is a report that the Kansas City Chiefs have signed a new player. And for the second time it's a player with connections to the Green Bay Packers.
On Tuesday the Kansas City Chiefs released offensive lineman Rich Ranglin. On Wednesday, they signed offensive lineman Tommie Draheim.
Andy Studebaker announced on Twitter that he has been released by the Kansas City Chiefs. And, no, this is not an April Fools Day joke.
The Kansas City Chiefs tried to sign a defensive tackle last week but he ended up with the Miami Dolphins.
Welcome to the bizarro Kansas City Chiefs. Or maybe this is just the new Kansas City Chiefs. Either way, the Chiefs are spending cap money. Lots of it, which is a departure from the way things have been in the past.