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It's a beautiful mornin' ahhh....I think I'll go outside a while...And just smile....Just take in some clean fresh air boy......

I'm hanging out with Mrs. Arrowhead Pride this morning, right outside of our apartment door. We've got coffee and Winston is running around outside like a mad man. Hope your Sunday is going well already. Here is the latest Kansas City Chiefs news for you today:

Adding quality is a key | Mike Detillier | HoumaToday.com
Stram’s Chiefs lost Super Bowl I to the Green Bay Packers, 35-10. The Chiefs had three future Hall of Famers in quarterback Len Dawson, defensive tackle Buck Buchanan and outside linebacker Bobby Bell. Stram told me that as an organization, they were determined to get back to the Big Show and that meant adding more "quality" players to the lineup.

Sports briefs " Sports " Tahlequah Daily Press
In addition to honoring all THS senior basketball players, the Tiger basketball squads will also honor Dr. Kent Lashley on Monday. Lashley attended Northeastern State University before being drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in 1967.

Darrent Williams murder trial to reflect clash of cultures - The Denver Post
Starting as soon as Tuesday, prosecutors will finally be ready to try to convince a Denver jury that the fatal shot was fired by Willie D. Clark, whom police describe as a soldier in Denver's Tre Tre Crips gang. Court records indicate witnesses will say Clark was manhandled by someone with the Broncos party, felt disrespected and might have sought revenge.