Chiefs Red And Gold Episode One from The Mothership
Chiefs Red and Gold will return for it's third season starting Saturday, March 8th at 10:30 PM CT on KCTV5 in Kansas City. This weekly show covers everything happening at One Arrowhead Drive and takes a look at the history of the franchise in Kansas City and all over the Kingdom.
We'll be bringing you exclusive content each week, such as interviews with players and coaches and go behind the scenes at Arrowhead Stadium. This show will also provide Draft and Free Agency coverage, offseason preparations, plus, Voice of the Chiefs Mitch Holthus and a weekly guest will break down the Chiefs roster and give fans their thoughts on the state of the team each week.
Free Agency Outlook: CB Aqib Talib from The Mothership
The crazy time of year that is free agency begins on March 11 and until then, we'll take a look at one unrestricted free agent per day, who could be making an impact with a different team next season. None of the reports are indicative of the Chiefs plans for 2014.
CB Aqib Talib
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Jermichael Finley Hopes For Medical Clearance from NFL.com
Finley should have several teams knocking at his door, with the New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs, New York Giants and Seattle Seahawks all potentially in the mix.
Green Bay is also still in play, with other teams likely to poke around if Finley's medicals come back clean.
Falcons Should Have Sights Set On Asamoah from ESPN
The Falcons want to add a big, tough offensive guard, and the Kansas City Chiefs' 6-foot-4, 305-pound Jon Asamoah fits that criteria. Asamoah was drafted by Falcons assistant general manager Scott Pioli when Pioli was the Chiefs' general manager, so there is a natural tie. Immediately after the draft, Pioli raved about Asamoah's versatility as a guard with the ability to play center.
But will Asamoah even reach free agency?
Cardinals' Darnell Dockett Tampers With Chiefs' Branden Albert Via Twitter from Sports Illustrated
While Dockett was likely just having some fun and acknowledging that he would like to see the Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle join the Cardinals, there could be some actual interest from the team.
The Cardinals reportedly will "make a big run" to fill their need at left tackle in the offseason, so perhaps Dockett can just save the tweet in his drafts and post it again in a few days when the message would not be viewed as illegal tampering from the league.
Local Sports Brief: Chiefs Announce Year-Round Programming from The Topeka Capital-Journal
Kansas City's television home of the Chiefs, KCTV5, will serve as the flagship station for the Kansas City metro area. The programming, comprised of three different shows based on the time of year, will air on Saturdays at 10:35 p.m. in Kansas City, following KCTV5's 10 p.m. newscast.
These Six Free-Agent Offensive Linemen Could Draw Interest From The Cleveland Browns from The Cleveland Plain Dealer
Geoff Schwartz (28) Kansas City Chiefs: Mitchell's older brother stepped into the lineup a year ago after the injury to Jon Asamoah and never relinquished the spot. Pro Football Focus gives him the second-best grade for free agent guards. He could be one of free agency's better bargains. A Schwartz and Schwartz right side of the line could be intriguing. Geoff Schwartz is also one of the better follows on Twitter. He had a $700,000 cap hit last season.
NFL Stars Orakpo, Charles On The Bench For Spurs Against Heat from FS Southwest
Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles and Washington Redskins linebacker Brian Orakpo just enjoyed a front-row seat next to Tim Duncan and the Spurs in their beatdown of LeBron James and the defending NBA champions.
Former Auburn Linebacker Jake Holland Trying To Earn Shot At Next Level from AL.com
So far, Holland feels like he's made a good impression, leading his team in tackles at the College All-Star Bowl and proving that he can play either inside linebacker or outside linebacker in a 4-3 defense. At the College All-Star Bowl, Holland spoke to a couple of teams, including the Kansas City Chiefs and Green Bay Packers, in preliminary meetings, although he said he hasn't received a formal interview yet.
Free Agent Issues And Advice For All 16 AFC Teams from USA Today
The only in-house free agent we'd make a serious run at is the undervalued Schwartz, who can effectively play guard or tackle. Otherwise, best to take care of Smith and Houston, let the blue-chip free agents sign and then look for deals on the secondary market on either side of the draft. Finding a veteran safety on the cheap shouldn't be too difficult.
A Rocky Road Awaits Champ Bailey from ESPN
Jammer gave the Broncos nothing worth remembering after signing with them last offseason. The Kansas City Chiefs thought they had a nice addition in free-agent cornerback Dunta Robinson as well ... until he produced no impact at corner or safety. Let's also not forget the disaster that was the seven-game marriage of safety Ed Reed and the Houston Texans. After they gave Reed a three-year, $15 million deal last March, he missed all of the team's offseason workouts while recovering from a torn labrum and then produced 16 tackles in six starts.
Friday Poll: Will Derrick Thomas Finally Make The College Football Hall Of Fame? from Bama Hammer
For Alabama fans, one of the great travesties is that former Crimson Tide linebacker Derrick Thomas is not in the College Football Hall of Fame.
Despite a stellar career at Alabama, Thomas has been on the ballot three previous times without being inducted.
Ten Best Free-Agent Bargains from NFL.com
5. Geoff Schwartz, OL, Kansas City Chiefs: Andy Reid's offense averaged 35 points over the final seven games, a stretch that coincided with Schwartz's elevation to the starting lineup at right guard. At 6-foot-6 and 330 pounds, Schwartz is a road-grader in the running game and stout in pass protection.
Free Agency Outlook: Cornerbacks from DenverBroncos.com
Dunta Robinson, ex-Kansas City: He didn't live up to his contract with the Chiefs, and was limited to two starts and just eight games played last year before being released last month, one year into a three-year contract. He turns 32 in April, and there are questions as to whether age has finally caught up with him, as he struggled even in his limited repetitions last year.
Free-Agency Primer: Chiefs from ESPN
Even if the Chiefs had the cap room and were so inclined, this isn't a great crop of free-agent wide receivers. Seattle's Golden Tate might make sense for the Chiefs, but only if the price doesn't get out of hand. The Chiefs could look to division rival Denver for guard Zane Beadles if they need a starter to replace Asamoah and Schwartz. Seattle's Red Bryant could be a fit at defensive end if the Chiefs don't re-sign Jackson. Buffalo's Jairus Byrd is exactly what Kansas City is looking for at free safety, but he will likely be out of its price range.