"I’m going to keep being patient because you never know," Berry said. "Last year I thought one thing and it didn’t happen. So I’m not getting my hopes up; I’m looking at it logically."
And for that, Berry — who delivered a second consecutive all-pro season with shades of dominance unlike the 22-sack contract season that helped Houston earn a $101 million extension — was announced as the Derrick Thomas Team MVP at the 101 Awards on Sunday night.
And on Sunday night at the annual 101 Awards banquet at the Westin Crown Center Hotel, the man his teammates called "Speedy" was introduced by Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt as the 47th member of the Chiefs Hall of Fame.
In the video above, SB Nation video guru Clay Wendler played through those playoffs again, and the 49ers and Chiefs both advanced this time around. The two sides put together a thrilling Super Bowl in the video, but I won’t give away the ending. Give it a watch!
He signed with Kansas City Chiefs for $25,000 in 1975. He injured his Achilles tendon during practice, hitting a malfunction water sprinkler and ended that career, it was noted.
"I know that's not going to excite anybody," Esiason told NJ Advance Media Friday before a charity hockey game at Montclair State University. The game raised money for the New Jersey Golf Foundation and Boomer Esiason Foundation, which supports cystic fibrosis research and treatment.
The move for Spiller gives the Chiefs a bit more crowded backfield as they attempt to sift out the best options for the final 53-man roster. For a veteran like Spiller who has bounced around a few teams, it will be an uphill climb to make the final roster, but crazier things have happened before. Just two seasons ago, Joe McKnight was a veteran running back with the New York Jets coming off of a serious injury and hoping to make his mark once again. Despite odds stacked against him, he made the roster and even made some memorable plays for the Chiefs that season.
In general, changing the rule makes sense. Teams will scout who they want — doing it all in one weekend makes sense. Teams have also shown that they will look over offenses far worse than what Mayfield, such as drafting players like Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill, who once beat his then-pregnant girlfriend.
On Friday afternoon, the National Football League released the 32 compensatory picks for the 2017 NFL Draft, and it was good news for the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs were awarded four additional picks:
"The Tom Brady movie is such a bad idea! The dude is so uninteresting and has everything," said Trevor Twidwell, a Kansas City Chiefs fan from Tucson, Arizona, told the Associated Press.
New York’s fourth-round pick will plummet 10 draft slots, falling from No. 130 to 140 as a result of the infraction. While it pales in comparison to the New England Patriots’ "Deflate-Gate" penalties, or to the Kansas City Chiefs’ Jeremy Maclin related tampering violation, the Giants will have to make a slight adjustment in preparation.
Richardson was a starter for 11 games with the New Orleans Saints as a rookie in 2015, and looked to be a very nice find in the undrafted free agent pool that year. The Saints let Richardson go in September this past season, and he was picked up by the Redskins, signed to their practice squad. After a short stint with Washington, Richardson signed to the Kansas City Chiefs’ practice squad, and was let go in November.
The market will only grow over the next couple of weeks as teams make salary cuts. One name worth pondering if he shakes loose is Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles. The 30-year-old veteran is set to count more than $6 million against the cap in 2017. The Chiefs, who have only about $5 million in cap space at the moment, just signed C.J. Spiller on Friday, fueling speculation that Charles might be on the move.
I thought this would be a good time to consider some players who have a chance to step up into a larger role in 2017 and/or improve enough to impact the team.