Choosing A Mount Arrowhead Is Difficult from ESPN
LeBron James has put Mount Rushmore in the news lately and here we're going to give you our choices for a Kansas City Chiefs Mount Rushmore. We'll call it Mount Arrowhead instead.
Lots of deserving candidates but here are the four heads I believe should be mounted somewhere atop Arrowhead Stadium.
New York Giants' Potential Free-Agent Target: Dexter McCluster, WR, Kansas City Chiefs from Big Blue View
In free agency my inclination is to think the Giants won't be in the market for a potential No. 1 guy like Eric Decker of the Denver Broncos. More likely, they could be in the market for a multi-talented player who can help them not only as a receiving option but also as a guy who could help their anemic kickoff and punt return game.
One of those players is the diminutive wide receiver, running back, kickoff and punt return man from the Kansas City Chiefs, Dexter McCluster.
Big Board: OT Robinson Overtakes Matthews Near Top Of Talented Class from CBS Sports
It isn't just at quarterback, obviously the game's most important position -- virtually every position offers more tantalizing prospects. The Kansas City Chiefs felt offensive tackle Eric Fisher was the best player in the 2013 draft, using the No. 1 overall pick on him. If Fisher was in this year's class, he would rank behind two players at his own position -- Auburn's Greg Robinson and Texas A&M's Jake Matthews.
Robinson, a redshirt sophomore, is one of the fastest-rising prospects, and has overtaken the more polished Matthews in the eyes of many talent evaluators.
'From Duck Till Dawn' Returns from The Austin Chronicle
...with the one and only Fred Williamson. Talk about your definitive cinematic badass: A former defensive linesman for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders and a three-time AFL All-Star, plus a black belt in Kenpo, Shotokan Karate, and Tae-Kwon-Do, Williamson is an icon of blaxploitation, Italian exploitation, and African-American independent cinema.
NFL Greats Joining The Teams For The $250,000 Hall Of Fame Celebrity Billfish Invitational In Bimini April 24-27from BYM News
The super bowl of billfishing is fielding a stellar squad of NFL Hall of Famers and Legends for a one-of-kind tournament that matches the country¹s best anglers and greats from the National Football League for some hard-hitting blue water action off this tiny Bahamian out-island. The Tournament Committee today released the names of those former stars scheduled to participate in the tournament, which will be based at the historic Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina in Alice Town. Those players* are...
... Willie Roaf (used Orleans Saints and Kansas City Chiefs) Offensive Tackle.