A new statistical projection from NFL.com paints a rosy picture for two of the team’s offensive players this season
Kansas City’s No. 1 wideout is finally being recognized as more than just a speedster on the outside.
Chiefs headlines for Tuesday, August 11
This looks like good news for the other Chiefs hoping to start across from Frank Clark in 2021 — or even 2020.
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It seemed like Smith’s career was over, but he could be on his way back, per reports.
Over the weekend, Chiefs team leaders spoke to their teammates about voting. But they want you to hear their message, too.
Some teams emerged unscathed by COVID-19 opt-outs. Other teams... not so much.
Chiefs headlines for Monday, August 10
The head coach and quarterback spoke to the media via Zoom on Sunday.
On Sunday, the Chiefs wide receiver clarified comments from earlier this offseason.
From the rookie running back to the experienced linemen the team has acquired, the quarterback like what he sees.
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The two Chiefs receivers finally raced after months of anticipation.
The Chiefs head coach fielded questions from the media after the team’s Sunday-morning practice.
Chiefs headlines for Saturday, August 8
A look ahead to the 2021 NFL Draft with a peek at some top EDGE prospects.
Our Kansas City position preview series continues with cornerbacks.
Chiefs headlines for Friday, August 7.
Three Chiefs ended up deciding to sit out the season.
The "Voice of the Chiefs," Mitch Holthus, and Chiefs in-house reporter Matt McMullen bring camp coverage in Kansas City.
The coronavirus pandemic may have put their plans on hold — but they’re still talking about it.
Niang became the third Chief to opt out of the year on Thursday.
Arrowhead Pride’s 2020 positional previews continue with a look at the Chiefs defensive tackles for this season.
Chiefs headlines for Thursday, August 6
The free agent signee watched as his new team drafted a running back. Then the starter-to-be opted out of his contract.
A new ESPN article identifies four Chiefs with a chance to make it to Canton.