What time do Arrowhead Stadium parking lots, stadium gates open for Kansas City Chiefs 2017 AFC Divisional playoff game? | The Kansas City Star
On Sunday, Jan. 15, the Arrowhead Stadium parking lots will open at 6:30 a.m. for the Chiefs’ 12:05 p.m. AFC Divisional playoff game. Parking lots typically open four hours before a Chiefs home kickoff. Gates to the stadium will open at 10 a.m.
Andy Reid: Chiefs' Tyreek Hill similar to D-Jax | NFL.com
"I had DeSean Jackson and he kind of was the same," Reid explained. "When he was young he did all of the return stuff, we moved him all around the offense, he took snaps as a quarterback, we had him everywhere. He made it to the Pro Bowl in two different positions -- as a wide receiver and a returner." Hill is more dangerous as a runner and receiver with the ball in his hands, but he can't match Jackson's ability to consistently get open and haul in bombs deep down the field.
Dave Toub, Kyle Shanahan first up on Broncos' interview schedule | ESPN
The Broncos’ travel party, which is expected to include executive vice president of football operations John Elway, team president and CEO Joe Ellis and director of player personnel Matt Russell, is expected to interview Kansas City Chiefs special teams coordinator Dave Toub in Kansas City later this week, likely Friday. They will then travel to Atlanta to interview Atlanta Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan on Saturday.
2016 MVPs for every NFL team | ESPN
It's hard to imagine where the Chiefs would be without Hill, a rookie. They certainly wouldn't have won the AFC West and perhaps wouldn't even be in the playoffs. With his speed and big-play ability, Hill has added another dimension to their offense and their return game. Hill led the Chiefs in touchdowns with 12; no other Kansas City player had more than five.
Kansas City Chiefs worked out 10 players last Friday | The Kansas City Star
They are: receiver Tre Houston, kicker Devon Bell, defensive tackle Montori Hughes, linebacker Deon Lacey, defensive end Terrell Lathan, tight end Ryan Malleck, running back Will Ratelle, defensive back Jeff Richards, defensive back Elijah Schumate and defensive back Julian Wilson.
Speed of Chiefs' Tyreek Hill needs to be seen to be appreciated | ESPN
"He can get a speeding ticket in a school zone," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. "He’s going 22 miles an hour. That’s pretty good. He can move pretty fast.
Second-round pick Chris Jones has solidified Chiefs defense | AP
"Chris is really starting to come along," Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton said. "He’s doing a great job of pushing the pocket — that’s huge. Some of those don’t go as sacks, but when you put a guard right back into the quarterback, hopefully that effects them a little bit."
Former UND linebacker signs with the Kansas City Chiefs | Grand Forks Herald
On Wednesday, Ratelle signed an NFL futures contract with the Kansas City Chiefs.
With patience running out, Ryan Pace needs to think big this offseason | Chicago Tribune
The free-agent class isn't overflowing with talent when you consider how poor the 2013 draft class was, but Chiefs safety Eric Berry could be a target and there could be a trio of strong cornerbacks: Trumaine Johnson (Rams), A.J. Bouye (Texans) and Stephon Gilmore (Bills). Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell would also be intriguing.
The New England Patriots have the easiest path to the Super Bowl | Fox Sports
"There’s only two (AFC) teams that can possibly beat New England: Pittsburgh and Kansas City. They (potentially) play each other," Colin Cowherd said on "Speak For Yourself" on Tuesday. "So New England only has to beat one good team. Not even a great team."
‘Priceless’ Hall of Fame footballs signed by Chiefs legends taken in Northland home burglary | fox4kc.com
Among the items stolen were two collector's items close to Danny’s heart – Hall of Fame footballs signed by Super Bowl MVPs Marcus Allen and Len Dawson. "Knowing that there was only 300 or 400 of those footballs made by each one of those when they went into the Hall of Fame," he said, "to have it stolen, it hurts."
Shutdown Corner's 2016 NFL All-Pro team, with seven unanimous first-team picks | Yahoo
The unanimous picks were Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, Falcons receiver Julio Jones, Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, Oakland Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack, Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller, Seattle Seahawks inside linebacker Bobby Wagner and Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker.
Tyreek Hill speeds to another AFC weekly award | Chiefs Digest
"Once you get through the first wave, you know you are gone because you have blockers ahead of you," Hill said after Kansas City’s 37-27 win Sunday. Hill drifted back to his own 5-yard line to field a 49-yard punt from Drew Kaser, and raced 95 yards for a touchdown. That play helped Hill capture the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week Award for the second time this season.
Michael Smith: This year is Chiefs' best shot at a title | Linn County Leader
It would be an NFL fairytale come true it were to happen considering that Kansas City has one playoff win in 23 years and no Lombardi trophies since the 1969-70 season. Pepperidge Farm may not even remember that championship.