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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 11/4

Good morning! Everyone back from the parade, or still stuck in traffic? Here is your Kansas City Chiefs news from across the internet!

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Former Chiefs TE Tony Gonzalez Recalls His Top Two Moments in KC from The Mothership

He's arguably the greatest tight end in NFL history.

Former Kansas City Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez has had so many memorable moments throughout his storied 17-year NFL career that it'd be difficult to try and narrow down which ones would be considered the "best."

But when asked about which moments still stand out to him today, Gonzalez had a couple that jumped right out to him and both of them are from his time in Kansas City.

Chiefs to Tackle Pet Homelessness in Honor of National Animal Shelter and Rescue Appreciation Week from The Mothership

In celebration of National Animal Shelter and Rescue Appreciation Week, the Kansas City Chiefs Community Caring team will host a "Tackle Pet Homelessness with the Chiefs" campaign on Thursday, Nov. 5, at the Kansas City Pet Project.

The Thursday event will take place from noon to 3:30 p.m. at the KC Pet Project location on 4400 Raytown Road in Kansas City, Mo., and will feature appearances by Chiefs Ambassadors Keith Cash and Anthony Davis, in addition to Chiefs Cheerleaders and KC Wolf. The event will also feature Chiefs-themed pet toy giveaways for the first 150 individuals that adopt a pet at the event.

Fans who cannot make it to the event on Thursday are still encouraged to visit any of the three KC Pet Project locations in the Kansas City area listed below to adopt throughout the week:

Chiefs bring back LB Tyrell Adams to practice squad, release LB Josh Keyes from Chiefs Digest

Kansas City also held tryouts with wide receiver William Campbell, linebacker Ja'Gared Davis, defensive end Glenn Foster, linebacker Cameron Gordon and wide receiver Kendrick Ings.

The Chiefs are familiar with Davis, who spent a brief time on the Chiefs practice squad in 2014 before signing with Washington's active roster. He also spent training camp with the Chiefs the past summer.

Chiefs have one solid player, three prospects among four offensive rookies from ESPN

With the Kansas City Chiefs having their bye this week, we'll take a look at how their nine rookies are faring. We'll start here with the four offensive rookies and continue on Thursday with their five defensive rookies.

One of the offensive rookies is a starter and looks like he will be a solid player for years to come. The others are in the developmental phase and may or may not become consistently productive players.

Potential fits for running back Joseph Randle from ESPN

Kansas City Chiefs: Jamaal Charles is done for the year because of a knee injury and Charcandrick West has stepped into the No. 1 spot and has run for 207 yards on 42 carries the past two weeks. Knile Davis has just 21 carries this season.

2015 NFL Power Rankings: Week 9 from ESPN

20 Chiefs

Last Week: 22 The Chiefs have won two straight games after losing the previous five. After a bye week, they face the Broncos, who have won all seven meetings against K.C. since Peyton Manning arrived in 2012.

Eric Berry will be Saturday's VFL Legend of the Game from 247 Sports

One of the most popular players in Tennessee football history will serve as the VFL Legend of the Game on Saturday when former Vol and current Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Eric Berry returns to Neyland Stadium for the matchup against South Carolina.

Berry played for the Vols from 2007-09 and started all 39 games he appeared in for Tennessee. He was a unanimous All-America selection in his final two seasons and won the Jim Thorpe Award, which is given to the top defensive back in college football. Berry was also a finalist for several defensive player of the year awards.

C.J. Anderson, Ronnie Hillman back on fantasy radar from

For the second straight game,Charcandrick West totaled over 100 yards from scrimmage on 24 touches and found the end zone. He's an every-week starter in all fantasy formats, but you'll have to find a fill-in next week with Kansas City on a bye. West was a victim of touchdown vultures three times, all on red zone snaps: once by Alex Smith, once by De'Anthony Thomas and once by Spencer Ware. He still ended up as the second-highest scoring fantasy back of the week, but could have had a monster day if he had scored just once more.


While some NFL fans are known to be rowdier than others, no one ever took it upon themselves to quantify the levels of intoxication around the league...until now. We reached out to the folks at BACtrack — who make personal smartphone-linked breathalyzers — to investigate. They crunched the data over the first seven weeks of the 2015 NFL season (Sundays only) and the results are in.

Memorial to retire Charles No. 4 jersey from The Port Arthur News

Port Arthur Memorial High School is scheduled to retire the jersey of the school's all-time leading rusher at halftime this Friday.

NFL midseason predictions: MVP, Rookie of the Year and more from


Jeffri Chadiha: Eric Berry, S, Kansas City Chiefs. Chris Johnson is making up a ton of ground in this race, but Berry beat cancer this past offseason. Enough said.

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