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Good morning! Another diverse day of Kansas City Chiefs news for you today. We have reality television (you know you live it), 2013 season review, Chiefs vs Eagles from an all-22 perspective, and (you know you love this, too) more talks of Redskins and fans doing chants & chops. Enjoy.

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Chiefs' Top Plays: Taylor Down The Sideline from ESPN

The Chiefs' lead in Super Bowl IV had dwindled to 16-7 over the Minnesota Vikings in the third quarter. Kansas City needed a big play to stretch its lead, so quarterback Len Dawson went to his big-play receiver. From the Minnesota 46, Dawson threw a short pass to Otis Taylor, who was running a hitch pattern near the right sideline.

From there, the play was vintage Taylor, still perhaps the greatest wide receiver ever to play for the Chiefs. He broke an attempted tackle by cornerback Earsell Mackbee and then streaked down the sideline. Video: 2013 Season Review: Part I Video: 2013 Season Review: Part II Video: 2013 Season Review: Part III Video: 2013 Season Review: Part IV

FOX Sports Kansas City Video: Is Kansas City Ready To Own The AFC West?

Kansas City Chiefs Quarterback Aaron Murray Did Not Get A Rose On 'The Bachelorette' from The Washington Post

But watching Aaron try to make his brother sound like the best future husband ever wasn't half as fun as watching Twitter blow up when the QB came on. The Internet's got jokes!

Eagles 'All-22' Film Review: Looking Back At Week 3 Loss To Kansas City Chiefs from

Between now and the start of training camp, I'm going to be re-watching each of the Eagles' games from last season, looking for both positives and negatives that could impact this upcoming year.

You can check out the Eagles' Week 2 loss to the San Diego Chargers here.. Below, we break down the team's Week 3 matchup vs. the Kansas City Chiefs.

Fan's Love For The Chiefs Is Written All Over His Body from KCTV5

"It is my dream to be the greatest fan that's ever lived," he said.

If Meeks hasn't achieved that goal, he has to be pretty close. The lifelong Chiefs fan has eight different Chiefs tattoos all over his body.

Former Pro Football Player Shifts Into Role Of Scholar from Diverse

"Education has always been important to me; I've always loved to learn, ask questions and try to figure things out," he says.

Even as a pro football player, McDaniels strived to make education and service a priority. While playing for the Kansas City Chiefs, he enrolled in a master's program in history at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. In the community, he noticed and addressed a number of issues among African-Americans surrounding education, poverty and economics.

LSU Football Flashback: Eddie Kennison (Video) from ESPN 1420

In 2000, the Saints traded Kennison to the Chicago Bears for a fifth round draft choice, before he went on to finish with 55 catches for 549 yards in his one season there.

In 2001 Kennison signed a free agent contract with the Denver Broncos, but was let go after only eight games, after he requested his release.

Kennison resurfaced only a month later, signing a deal with the Kansas City Chiefs, with whom he spent next seven years of his career, catching 321 passes for 5,230 yards and 25 touchdowns.

Indian Mascots And Offensive Adds from The St. Joseph News-Press

But he doesn't believe the Kansas City Chiefs name is offensive, nor are names like the Florida State Seminoles, who have an agreement with the tribe. Warriors would be fine, he said. What is offensive about the Chiefs is the tomahawk chop and the Indian gear.

"That's sacred stuff to us," Mr. Kelley said.

Navajo Woman Looks Back After Almost 10 Years Fighting Redsinks' Name from The Grand Canyon News

"You can love Native Americans and not have anything against them, but yet your fans will do very bizarre rituals in these games that are very stereotypical of Native American people," Blackhorse said.

"The headdress, the war paint, that's what I have a problem with," she said. "No matter how well ... you try to stage this sort of thing, you're always going to have that outcome."