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KANSAS CITY, MO - SEPTEMBER 11: Kansas City Chiefs cheerleaders perform during the game against the Buffalo Bills at Arrowhead Stadium on September 11, 2011 in Kansas City, Missouri.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
KANSAS CITY, MO - SEPTEMBER 11: Kansas City Chiefs cheerleaders perform during the game against the Buffalo Bills at Arrowhead Stadium on September 11, 2011 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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Good morning! We have reached the post-draft news void. Here is your Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy.

Innovation from the Chiefs was nothing new to the Bills, so forget that as a reason for the Kansas City victory. Gambini was on target in writing that KC's "multiple sets was no secret to Buffalo" and even most Chiefs players would concur, despite some comments following the game that "we fooled them." While Chris Burford agreed that whatever innovation Stram and company brought to the game, it wasn't enough to turn the tide, no matter a sportswriter's perspective or whatever an emotional player might say in the joyous moments just following a win.

HOH: Turning Point from The Mothership

It was a star-studded event Friday night at The Julep as actors, athletes and others gathered at the Galt House hotel to party and raise money for cancer research.

University of Louisville head football coach Charlie Strong, actor David Arquette and actress Doris Roberts of "Everyone Loves Raymond" fame were among the celebrities to grace the red carpet, as was Emmy-nominated TV personality Star Jones and a number of athletes, including Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk and Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn.

The Julep: A Worthy Cause Brings Out Stars from The Courier-Journal

From the Lawrence Daily Journal-World for May 5, 1972

...Speculation had been heard that Kansas University was a possible site of the Kansas City Chiefs preseason football training camp this summer. Also rumored was that the Chiefs might play some pre-season games at KU if their new stadium was not yet completed.

40 Years Ago: Hundreds Of Apartments In Lawrence Complexes Stand Empty from The Lawrence Journal World

The Georgetown native was signed by Jacksonville following the NFL draft, which saw teammate free safety Christian Thompson selected in the fourth round by the Baltimore Ravens. Fellow safety Dominique Ellis was also worked out by the Kansas City Chiefs.

S.C. State's Donovan Richard Signs With Jaguars from The Times And Democrat