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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 7/6

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Good morning! Holiday weekend means nearly everyone is taking some time off from writing about the Kansas City Chiefs. Not a lot of news today... and the lead story is brutal. You've been warned.

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Top 20 Games Of 2013 - Game 1: Chiefs At Colts -- AFC Wildcard from

At the end of the day, Indy was able to climb back into maybe the best AFC Wild Card Game ever because of clutch play and an unforeseen chain of injuries to the Chiefs' Brandon Flowers, Jamaal Charles, Anthony Fasano, Donnie Avery, and Justin Houston (who would return.) Charles, aka the Kansas City offense in 2013, was a huge loss, made even bigger when his backup Knile Davis was lost for the game as well.

No Charles, no Davis, no WR2 and no tight end left Alex Smith as a flight attendant with no beverage cart. But there he was, firing strikes en route to 378 passing yards and a comeback attempt that fell just short in the final stages.

Sunday Gravy: World Cup Run Was Fun, But USA Soccer Is Still Second-Tier from The New Haven Register

As great as Howard was, the real breakthrough U.S. performer was the soccer fan dressed like Teddy Roosevelt. Even better: at first glance it looked like Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid donning the Rough Rider regalia. Video: Rookie Confessional: De'Anthony Thomas Video: Rookie Confessional: Aaron Murray