Robbie had passed Jones to Hunt, and it had been the Dallas oilman and owner of the Kansas City Chiefs, who pointed Jones to the Chargers. At their lunch in the Kansas City airport, Hunt had told Jones how impressed he was that such a young man had enjoyed enough success that he now wanted to enjoy the luxury of buying a football team. Jerry Jones looked Lamar Hunt straight in the eye and told him, "I didn’t make any money." And then Jones quickly added there was nothing to worry about. He was certain he could raise it.
With the return of Phillip Gaines and Jamaal Charles, I believe the Chiefs can win one more game than last year, especially with an easier schedule. When your eight home games include the Buccaneers, Saints, Jaguars, Titans, Jets, Broncos, Chargers and Raiders, you should be rolling to at least a 7-1 record at Arrowhead.
Factor in a 4-4 or 5-3 road record, and that gets you right around 12 wins. Seems like a decent proposition for the Chiefs to be aiming for in my eyes.
Allen played through a lot of pain with the Chiefs, limping through entire games when needed. Now, the former Chiefs second-round draft pick is healthy and learning a new system with the Texans. "You don’t ever want to be the guy getting bullied," Allen said. "You’ve got to take on that personality."
Former Bobcat linebacker and last year's MSU linebackers coach Jody Owens also landed a spot in the internship program. Currently a graduate assistant at Nevada, Owens will work with the Kansas City Chiefs.