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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 12/13

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Quinn Wants To Stay In The Game This Time Against Oakland from KC Star

He'll make his fourth straight start for the Chiefs this week, and though neither team is in playoff contention, Quinn said the teams won't just be playing out the string.

"Every game has importance to us," he said. "It tests your competitive nature as a man and what you want to get accomplished while you play in this league. Being in the position we're in right now, it's going to test each man ... because the aspirations you had at the beginning of the season ... the Super Bowl or playoffs ... aren't here. It tests how much you love the game.

"I want to try to win every game I'm playing in."

Bowe's Injury Costly To Chiefs But Provides Opportunities from The Mothership

Bowe's teammates know what they're losing in the star-WR's absence.

"Dwayne's a fighter," Chiefs T Eric Winston stated. "That's one thing, I've gotten to know him this year, and I've been really impressed with him. He's a guy that comes to play every week and he's had his ups and downs just like all of us have, but you know one thing: he's bringing his hard hat and his lunch pail and he's going to go to work and I respect the heck out of him. He got hurt throwing a block. That's the kind of guy he is. It's the way it goes. Someone's going to have to step up and get open and there are going to be some balls and some opportunities for some other guys."

In Dire Need Of Reciever, Crennel Still Reluctant To Start Breaston from KC Star

With Dwayne Bowe injured and unavailable to play this week, the Chiefs have a desperate need for a competent wide receiver. On their bench, the Chiefs have one with more than 250 career catches and 3,330 career yards who had 61 receptions as recently as last season.

But coach Romeo Crennel said Wednesday that he hadn't made the decision whether that player, Steve Breaston, would be in uniform for Sunday's game against the Raiders in Oakland.

Mourners Gather At Funeral For Chiefs' Belcher from The Associated Press via KC Star

Jovan Belcher was remembered Wednesday for the accomplishments of a life that ended so suddenly and violently.

Several hundred mourners gathered for the Kansas City Chiefs linebacker's funeral near his hometown on Long Island.

Chiefs Honor Veterans At VA Medical Center from The Mothership

Each week former WWII prisoners of war (POW) from the Kansas City area meet as a support group at the Veteran Affairs Medical Center's Hall of Heroes Community Room. The meeting this week however, was not the normal visit where they exchange stories, play cards, or brag about their grandkids, during Tuesday's meeting the Kansas City Chiefs were in attendance.

The Oakland Raiders And Kansas City Chiefs Rivalry For Sunday from

The Oakland Raiders face the Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday at the Oakland Coliseum. This classic AFC West rivalry is not going to get the hype that it usually does. The reason is because both teams have been two of the worst in the league.

This doesn't mean that the game itself won't be something good to watch.

Chiefs Sign OL Dustin Waldron from SBN Kansas City

With injuries to their offensive line, the Kansas City Chiefs signed offensive tackle Dustin Waldron to the practice squad. Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel said in his press conference that the move was made to add depth to the line.

Charles Starring For Chiefs After Tragedy from The Associated Press via Yahoo! News

Jamaal Charles took the handoff on the first play of the game, skipped to his right and found a crease. He slipped through the hole, made a subtle cutback and then raced to the end zone.

On that 80-yard touchdown run against Cleveland, Charles looked as good as ever.

What he's gone through made it even more impressive.

Drew Brees Among Those Bound For Week 15 Fantasy Glory from USA Today

RB Jamaal Charles, Kansas City Chiefs: The loss of Dwayne Bowe (ribs) takes away Brady Quinn's best aerial weapon, leaving Charles as the only consistent playmaker in this pitiful offense. He's really all they have left, and with 100-plus yard games in four of his last five contests, the Chiefs will lean on him quite a bit. Oakland has given up the second-most fantasy points (22.3) to rushers in the last four weeks, too.

Carson Palmer Media Session from

On the Chiefs defense: "Very solid on defense. They have really cut down on giving up big plays. It is a very solid and stout group, tough to run the ball against. We went back and forth with them last time and then at the end of the game we hit some big runs and finished in four-minute mode taking a knee and that's what we want to do this time. "

Former Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleader Pursuing Career In Mixed Martial Arts from FanSided

As more and more women enter the world of MMA, we will have intriguing background stories.

It isn't out of the ordinary to have someone come from the NFL to join mixed martial arts. Multiple male fighters have made the jump, but now there is a woman making the jump from the NFL to MMA - a former Kansas City Chiefs cheerleader. Photo Gallery: Play 60 Super School Winner Photo Gallery: Winnwood Elementary Play 60 Video: From The Podium: Romeo Crennel Video: Chiefs Live! 12-11-12

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