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KC Chiefs front office members Will Lewis, Trip MacCracken won't return to team | The Kansas City Star

Chiefs director of pro scouting Will Lewis won’t return to the team, a source confirmed to The Star on Tuesday, and Trip MacCracken, the team’s director of football administration, was not retained by the franchise, according to a report by ESPN’s Field Yates.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes robbed at gunpoint, police say | The Kansas City Star

According to Sgt. Darrell Coslin of the Smith County Sheriff’s Office, Mahomes and three other people had attended a University of Texas at Tyler baseball game and returned to the home of a friend.

“They had pulled into the driveway and were exiting the vehicle when a suspect pulled in behind them and blocked them in,” Coslin said in a phone interview. “He exited his vehicle and approached them on foot, acting as if he was armed with a firearm of sorts in his waistband.

“The suspect demanded property from the four victims. After the robbery was complete, he got in his vehicle and left the location.”

Patrick Mahomes II, KC Chiefs #1 draft pick, robbed at gunpoint in Smith County |

"I can't really get into any of the details, but I'm just glad me and my friends are safe and the cops got the suspects," Mahomes said Monday.

Patrick Mahomes II of Kansas City Chiefs uninjured after being robbed | ESPN

Ted Crews, the Chiefs' vice president of communications, said the team is "thankful that Patrick and everyone involved are safe because that's what's important."

NFL rule kept Patrick Mahomes II from working with Kansas City Chiefs | ESPN

When that’s over, Mahomes will rejoin the Chiefs. They begin their full-squad practice next Tuesday. Mahomes is eligible to participate then and in all of Kansas City’s subsequent 12 practices, when he’ll continue the process of learning the Chiefs’ system and the pro game.

The final tally for Notre Dame's buyout of Charlie Weis: 18.97M | USA Today

Weis was paid nearly $10.3 million by Notre Dame between 2010 and 2014. During that time, he also worked as an assistant for the Kansas City Chiefs and the University of Florida. He became the head coach at Kansas in 2011, which paid him $2.5 million per season. When he was fired by Kansas in 2014, the school owed a gross amount of $5.6 million under his contract in addition to what he was getting from Notre Dame and Play By Play Sports. After a variety of deductions Kansas actually paid Weis a total of a little more than $5.4 million.

PODCAST: We talk Andrew Tiller, Chiefs UDFAs, plus answer reader questions | Chiefs Wire

We round out the show by answering some of our readers’ questions: In what scenario would quarterback Patrick Mahomes start or play for Kansas City in 2017? Is linebacker Tamba Hali washed or does he still have value left on the team? Will defensive end Tanoh Kpassagnon play edge rusher at all this season?

Syracuse native Beth Mowins to call 'MNF' game with Rex Ryan (report) |

Mowins would become the first woman to call a "Monday Night Football" game and just the second to do play-by-play for an NFL regular season game. Gayle Sierens was the last woman to do it, calling a Seattle Seahawks-Kansas City Chiefs game on Dec. 27, 1987 for NBC Sports.

Which AFC West team landed the best 2017 NFL draft class? | The Draft Wire

The Kansas City Chiefs made a big trade to land their quarterback of the future, but gave up next year’s first-round pick in the process. The Oakland Raiders also took a huge risk with their top selection, but in the form of a talented corner facing some serious off-field allegations.

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