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Patrick Mahomes II gives Andy Reid another first-round QB to work with | ESPN

“Patrick Mahomes should be thanking his lucky stars he went to the Chiefs," said Riddick, a former personnel director for both the Eagles and Washington.

Riddick feels that way in large part because of Reid and his touch in developing quarterbacks. He worked with Brett Favre as quarterbacks coach of the Packers. Reid’s first QB project as head coach, McNabb, played 11 seasons for the Eagles and was selected to participate in six Pro Bowls.

Former UCF lineman Jah Reid sues athletic department for use of his likeness | Orlando Sentinel

Reid’s attorney stated in the lawsuit he reached out to the UCF Athletics Association and Rise and Conquer LLC for an explanation why his likeness was used without permission. The lawsuit stated UCF officials denied they improperly used Reid’s likeness, while Rise and Conquer did not respond to the inquiry.

Why Devin Chappell could latch on with the Kansas City Chiefs | Building The Dam

2016 was monumental to say the least when broaching the topic of Chappell’s senior season, as he ranked first in the Pac-12 and NCAA with seven forced fumbles. Chappell was also eighth in the Pac-12 with 35 assisted tackles, speaking for his ability to finish at the point of attack. In addition to Berry, safety Ron Parker as well as cornerbacks Marcus Peters and Phillip Gaines all share Chappell’s in game mentality. Nevertheless each are also of high character and spark plugs in the locker room.

Doink Reaction: The Greatest Chiefs GIF Ever Made | Arrowhead Pride

Get out of here with your Todd Haley jumping up and down. Don’t even try Jamaal vs. the Raiders. Not interested in your Flowers flexing on Oakland fans. Even my own previous favorite (Chris Jones owning an offensive lineman twice in one play) can’t compete.

Ladies and gentleman, I present to you a study in human response to joy and despair turning into despair and joy... The Doink, wide lens:

Before she was a Tampa legend, Gayle Sierens was an NFL trailblazer |

Gayle Sierens made history on Dec. 27, 1987. She became the first woman to call play-by-play of an NFL game. Seahawks-Chiefs at Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium. Gayle the experiment. Gayle the trailblazer. She kicked down the door.

No one else came through it for three decades.

The Star's 2017 high school scholar-athletes: Carlie Queen and Jacob Boyd | The Kansas City Star

Scholar-Athlete Final Judges, 2017

John Dorsey: Kansas City Chiefs general manager

Tom Ibarra: Former longtime high school sports editor for The Star

Dayton Moore: Kansas City Royals general manager

Ike Opara: Sporting Kansas City defender

Becky Sauerbrunn: FC Kansas City and U.S. national team captain

Carla Wilson: UMKC director of athletics

LeSean McCoy, Andy Reid reunite at Jeremy Maclin's wedding | CSN Philly

Shady posted photos of his experience at Jeremy Maclin's wedding, where Andy Reid — both men's coach back in their Eagles days — also was this weekend. McCoy, of course, was traded shortly after Reid's firing while Maclin was allowed to leave in free agency and join Reid with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Hundreds of bikers pass through Santa Fe on way to memorial wall | The Santa Fe New Mexican: Local News

He was deployed to Vietnam when he was just 20, he said. He remembered his sister dropping him off at an airport in California in 1967, and waiting for his flight across the Pacific Ocean for a full day. Planes were grounded by fog.

At the airport, a cheerleader for the Kansas City Chiefs, who had just lost the Super Bowl, hugged him and asked him not to go — “from her heart,” he said.

Cairo Santos inspires St. Joseph graduates | St. Augustine Record

“Always count your blessings, and make your blessings count,” Santos said. “And as you prepare for your future, don’t forget to keep your loved ones close, prepare for the future and be yourselves.”

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