Good morning, and happy Sunday. Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news from across the internet. Must be the offseason when The Fayetteville Observer has more Chiefs stories than the Kansas City Star. Enjoy.
San Diego at Kansas City: September 13, 2010
This one had a little bit of it all – the christening of a $375 million renovation project at Arrowhead Stadium, the return of Monday Night Football to Kansas City, an electrified rain-soaked crowd, big plays, big hits and a goal line stand that sealed victory.
10 Games in 10 Days: Meet the New Boss from The Mothership
You have an unfair amount of power over us, like some evil combination of ex-girlfriend, current boss, and future wife. We can’t quit you. Run out of gas and we have a bad day. Catch the significant other cheating and it’s a bad week. But rob us of football and you’ve ruined our entire fall.
Especially here in Kansas City. Training camp is now a short drive up the highway. The Chiefs no longer stink, finally, with a newly renovated stadium and stars on both sides of the ball.
And now you’re threatening to take it away from us?
Face It: The NFL is Life from KC Star
It’s safe to say Carman-Ainsworth graduate Brandon Carr will never earn a spot on the PGA Tour.
The Kansas City Chiefs cornerback hit slices and lost several golf balls — all in fun — at his third annual golf outing Saturday morning at the Sugarbush Golf Course in Davison.
Brandon Carr's Third Annual Golf Outing in Davison Draws Several of His NFL Friends from The Flint Journal
ABC12 Video: Brandon Carr hosts third annual golf outing
Joe Horn, former star at Douglas Byrd High School and with the New Orleans Saints, has been a fixture at all of the youth football clinics held by the Jimmy Raye Youth Foundation.
But when this year's clinic kicks off Tuesday at Seventy-First High School at 2 p.m., Horn won't be present...
...A number of current and former NFL players are scheduled to appear at one or both events.
Guests include Minnesota Vikings Hall of Famer Carl Eller, Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Famer Bobby Bell and Oakland and Kansas City Hall of Famer Marcus Allen.Joe Horn out for Jimmy Raye's youth football clinic due to death of his aunt from The Fayetteville Observer
More than 200 players from ages 6 to 18 enjoyed free tutelage at the camp from National Football League players like Houston Texans receiver Andre Johnson, Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Jay Ross, Kansas City Chiefs receiver Terrance Copper, Locklear and Leach, who is also a Robeson County native.Seahawks guard and Lumberton native Sean Locklear willingly travels cross country for his community from The Fayetteville Observer
Mold, the heat, and injuries from debris are just some of their concerns.
"When we were working with the Kansas City Chiefs, even the big football players were coming up with scrapes and skin irritations.
Red Cross Warns of Dangers for Tornado Victims Returning Home from Ozarks First
If Vrabel does play, it’s difficult to imagine him playing anywhere other than in Kansas City or New England. Scouts say there is no question Vrabel has lost quite a bit. He is no longer capable of playing a lot of snaps. But to those who know him well, Vrabel has great value as a leader and mentor.
NFP Sunday Blitz from National Football Post