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Chiefs owner Clark Hunt's actions show ruthlessness, business first | The Kansas City Star

He is short, usually quiet, and always tailored and austere in style. That’s part of why it’s easy, sometimes, to take him as passive. Indecisive. He keeps his permanent home in Dallas, a fact many have taken to label him as an absentee owner. And to be fair, there was a time he was less in touch.

But people who have worked for, with and around Hunt have described him consistently and similarly over the years. He listens more than he talks, doesn’t waste words, and when it’s his turn it’s usually worth listening to.

AFC West Q&A: Who are the division's best skill players, not including QBs? | ESPN

1. Tyreek Hill, Kansas City Chiefs: Hill's versatility makes him the division's top threat. Of his 12 touchdowns last season, six came via the pass, three via the run and three off kick returns. Eight of those touchdowns came from 34 yards or longer, including rushes of 68 and 70 yards. The Chiefs had three such touchdowns from other players last season, one on a fake punt.

Kansas City Chiefs LB Dee Ford is at Von Miller’s pass rush summit | Arrowhead Pride

A partial list of those in attendance, according to Trotter: Von Miller, Khalil Mack, Vic Beasley, DeMarcus Ware, Olivier Vernon, Malik Jackson, Cliff Avery, Dee Ford, Shane Ray, Solomon Thomas, Arik Armstead.

Von Miller, Khalil Mack and other NFL sack artists met for a ‘pass-rushing summit’ |

"It will probably be about a month or so because those guys are in the playoffs -- I got my [offseason] early -- but Vic [Beasley]'s my guy and we'll link up," Miller said in January, via ESPN’s Vaughn McClure. "I'll get with Vic and [the Kansas City Chiefs'] Justin Houston and all those guys and have a little pass-rush summit. Vic, being a guy with that type of game so similar to yours, you want to get with those guys and work out with those guys. I'm looking forward to it."

Photo Gallery: Chiefs Visit Fort Leonard Wood |

The Kansas City Chiefs Community Caring Team visited Fort Leonard Wood for the third stop of the club's "Salute our Troops" Military Outreach Caravan.

Pre-Camp Reads: Chris Jones Preparing for Encore Performance |

At 6 feet 5 and 310 pounds with an affinity for getting after opposing quarterbacks, Jones quickly established himself as a fan favorite, not only for what he was able to do on the field, but also for an infectious personality and playful demeanor not normally befitting a man of his size.

The combination of those two things quickly made Jones one of the most popular players on the Chiefs’ defense.

Missouri and Boston College to play in Arrowhead Stadium in 2024 | CollegeFootballTalk

The game may still be a good number of years away, but Missouri and Boston College will reportedly play their 2024 matchup in Arrowhead Stadium, home of the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs.

Will Chiefs suffer front office losses when John Dorsey gets a job? | Arrowhead Addict

Terry will likely spend this season with the Chiefs and maybe he’ll like his new environs enough to stay for the long haul. But it’s also likely that John Dorsey will be more than happy to raid K.C.’s coffers when it’s time to build a new staff—a matter of when, not if. The team that wins Dorsey’s services is likely to also enjoy an influx of former Chiefs executives who will be glad to work for a boss who makes everyone look good.

Minnesota Vikings By The Numbers: #69 | Daily Norseman

Into the 60s we go in our Minnesota Vikings By The Numbers series, and that means we’re starting out with the number 69. Yes, we’ll throw in a “nice” here just to get it out of the way.

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