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Posted by Arrowhead Pride: For Kansas City Chiefs Fans on Thursday, October 26, 2017

Marcus Peters is one of the Chiefs’ best players. A lot of Kansas City fans hate him. | The Washington Post

Fans in Kansas City, anyway, were more skeptical: “ok, not my first choice,” someone wrote on Arrowhead Pride, a popular Chiefs blog and online gathering place, after the selection.

“Beast with an attitude problem,” wrote another.

“Reid is a character whisperer.”

Broncos’ Trevor Siemian: “I’ve got to play better and everybody knows that” | The Denver Post

“I wasn’t holding up my end of the bargain, so it’s tough to get on guys when you’re not playing well,” he said. “I’ve got to play better, and it starts with me. We have great leadership on offense, and guys are frankly embarrassed with what we put out there last Sunday. So we got to play better, I’ve got to play better and everybody knows that.”

Jamaal Charles says his heart will be with the Chiefs, hopes Kareem Hunt breaks his records | Arrowhead Pride

On Kareem Hunt: He’s taking over the tradition of running backs when Larry Johnson took over for Priest Holmes and I took over for Larry Johnson. I’m happy for the guy. I wish he breaks all my records. Records are meant to be broken. I wish him the best and his team. I know he has a great running back coach to coach him up and put him in great positions.

Ex-Chiefs star Jamaal Charles returning to KC with Broncos | The Kansas City Star

"I really don't even know," Charles said when asked what kind of reception he expects to receive. "I'm just going in there to play football, like I've done every day of my life. A lot of people think I'm a traitor because I play for the Broncos. I was just trying to get a job at the end of the day."

Chiefs are one of few NFL teams to see TV ratings go up | The Kansas City Star

In particular, the numbers have been strong in Kansas City for the Chiefs’ prime-time games.

Two examples: the season opener at New England drew a 35.5 rating, which was second highest in the nation. And the “Sunday Night Football” game at Houston had a 43.5 rating in Kansas City, which was the second-best ever for a Sunday night game among viewers in KC.

Broncos' Ray to make season debut in hometown KC | The Kansas City Star

“We plan on taking care of the run game because that’s what they thrive off of,” Ray said. “Stopping the run is key, then being able to attack (quarterback) Alex Smith.”

That's What They Said: Chiefs HC Andy Reid and RB Kareem Hunt | Broncos.com

Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt: “You know, Jamaal Charles is a great back. He will never be forgotten. He’s in Kansas City history. He’s a great guy. I hear a lot of stories about him. I just know how good of a player he was and I heard he was a great person, too.”

Maybe, Chiefs will help Jamaal Charles break out | 9news.com

“I feel like I’ll always be a Chief,'' Charles said Thursday. "I talked to the Hunts, (owner) Mr. Clark Hunt and Andy Reid. When (former GM John) Dorsey was there I talked to them and they said we would love for you to come back and retire as a Chief.

Chiefs look to get back injured offensive linemen | The Kansas City Star

The Chiefs have been without center Mitch Morse since the second game of the season and guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff for most of the last four contests.

But both practiced on Thursday. Morse, recovering from a foot injury, was listed as a full participant. Duvernay-Tardif, who has a knee injury, was listed as a limited participant.