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Clark Hunt’s first decade in charge of the Chiefs: pain, joy, and different from his father | The Kansas City Star

Hunt's first decade of leadership is fairly well symbolized by that morning with Thum: at times clumsy, unnecessarily impersonal and starkly different from how his father would've likely operated.

But, and this is the most important part, Hunt's leadership has also been ultimately productive during the Chiefs' move into the world of the modern NFL.

LB Justin Houston likely ready for Titans; CB Gaines out | Chiefs Digest

"I think he’ll be ready to go," Reid said. The team listed Houston limited in practice Wednesday with an illness. He did not practice Thursday due to tenderness in his surgically repaired left knee. "He practiced the day before, and we just kind of backed off him," Reid said. "That’s going to be that way with him coming back. It wasn’t a big thing."

Chiefs vs. Titans: Five Things to Watch |

Johnson leads the team with 90 tackles this year, and while he’ll still be around mentoring the younger players, the Chiefs have the daunting task of trying to move forward without one of the best linebackers in franchise history on Sunday as they face one of the NFL’s best rushing attacks. As a team, the Titans rank third in the NFL by averaging 144.5 yards rushing per game. Titans running back DeMarco Murray ranks second in the league with more than 1,100 yards rushing on 250 carries with nine touchdowns. Rookie running back Derrick Henry (82 ATT, 354 YDS, 2 TDS) and quarterback Marcus Mariota (57 ATT, 348 YDS, 2 TDS) are in the mix as well.

Snow to hit KC overnight; bitter cold arrives on Sunday | KCTV5

Then, temperatures will be bitter cold Sunday morning around 3 below zero. They will climb slightly, reaching the teens for the Kansas City Chiefs game against the Tennessee Titans at Arrowhead Stadium. Arrowhead is preparing to help fans deal with the cold.

Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce- Madden curse is 'scary to talk about' | NBC Sports

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce talks about potentially facing the Raiders again, branding himself in a smaller market and his fear of the Madden curse.

Will Shields teams up with toy store to provide Christmas gifts for kids in need |

"Some don’t ask for toys, some ask for blankets, some ask for shelter, some ask for food, so to be able to know that, hey, we can provide some of that to you, but to actually have something you can take with you and take home, that’s one of those things that you had when you were a kid, one memory of one toy that you really wanted more than others, and when you got it, it was the one thing you cherished the most, and so that’s what you want to give them, that opportunity to have something that they cherish," said the former Chiefs player and NFL hall of famer.

Three Quick Hits from Friday's Practice |

"I am disappointed I missed last week, but I am ready to move forward and get going this week,’’ Casey said. "I am 10 times better than I was last week, and I think that it is definitely what I needed. I am ready to get going, especially for this week coming up. It is going to be huge to get ready for this push we are looking for."

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