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Here's why the Chiefs might've been given the friendliest schedule in the NFL

There probably weren't too many complaints in Kansas City after the schedule was released

Tony Romo and Texans, not Chiefs, likely would have opened at Patriots had he not retired

The Kansas City Chiefs will open the season at the New England Patriots in what should be a pretty darned good kickoff to the 2017 NFL season. But there was another team that could have bumped the Chiefs from that spot.. had Tony Romo not hung up the cleats for the microphone. Show More Summary

2017 NFL mock draft: Kansas City Chiefs land Davis Webb

The successor to Alex Smith is found in the California quarterback. To take a quarterback or not take a quarterback? At some point in the 2017 NFL draft the Kansas City Chiefs will take a quarterback. But every time they’re on the clock...Show More Summary

Chiefs have NFL-high 12 more net rest days than their opponents

Chiefs coach Andy Reid has a long track record of doing well after bye weeks, which has to make Kansas City fans thrilled with the NFL’s schedule makers this year. The NFL schedule gives the Chiefs a league-high 12 more net rest days than their opponents, according to Brian Burke of ESPN. That includes games…

Breakdown of the New England Patriots’ 2017 NFL schedule

The NFL released the 2017 schedule on Thursday and it comes as no surprise that the reigning Super Bowl champion New England Patriots will be hosting the Kansas City Chiefs at Gillette Stadium in the league’s first regular season game. Show More Summary

New England Patriots to Host Kansas City Chiefs in N.F.L. Opener

The champion Patriots will begin the season Sept. 7 in a Thursday night game, while the team they beat for the title, the Atlanta Falcons, starts on the road.

2017 NFL schedule: Here's the early scoop on the who, where and when

The NFL will kick off the 2017 season on Sept. 7 with the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots hosting the Kansas City Chiefs on opening night, and the 256-game regular-season slate concludes on New Year’s Eve, likely with two division...Show More Summary

Spoils for a champion: Patriots open season hosting Chiefs

One of the spoils of being champion: The New England Patriots will kick off the NFL season on Sept. 7 by hosting the Kansas City Chiefs        

Patriots launch title defense with visit from Chiefs

This year’s short straw goes to the Kansas City Chiefs. Andy Reid’s team will hit to road on Thursday, September 7 to launch the 2017 season, facing the Patriots in New England on the night they find a spot to hang their fifth banner. The Chiefs had to play at New England at some point…

Derrick Johnson expects to be full speed for Chiefs training camp

When training camp begins for the Kansas City Chiefs in July, linebacker Derrick Johnson expects to be taking part. According to Adam Teicher of ESPN.com, Johnson believes he’ll be able to participate at full speed after a torn Achilles last December ended his 2016 season. “If I’m not 100 percent, there will be some kind…

Chiefs work out three college basketball players

The Chiefs already have two tight ends on their roster who played basketball, not football, in college. They may soon add more. Kansas City has scheduled visits with three college basketball players, none of whom played college football, according to the Kansas City Star. The three players are all tall and athletic and fit the…

The Jovan Belcher Murder-Suicide Case

Jovan Belcher grew up on Long Island, New York where at West Babylon High School he starred in wrestling and football. In 2009, after graduating from the University of Maine, he signed with the Kansas City Chiefs as an undrafted free agent. Show More Summary

New York Jets sign former Kansas City Chiefs TE Brian Parker

The New York Jets signed former Kansas City Chiefs tight end Brian Parker on Thursday. Todd Bowles and Co. originally signed Parker back in September, however, they were forced to waive him due to a failed physical and he spent the rest of the 2016 season away from the NFL. Show More Summary

The World May Little Note, but Kansas City Still Remembers

They were hoping to get the President. He would attract Prime Ministers and live TV coverage and all the signifiers of an Important Commemoration. But as the day approached, the White House schedule called for the Commander in Chief to spend April 6, 2017, in the company of the Chinese President at Mar-a-Lago. So it…

Deshaun Watson opens week with Chiefs, Browns meetings

The Chiefs have quarterback Alex Smith under contract for two more years and they’ve answered every question about his future in Kansas City with strong endorsements of Smith’s ability to lead the team. That’s not stopping them from taking a look at other options, however. Josina Anderson of ESPN reports that the Chiefs are meeting…

Chiefs want Kansas City to host draft next

Kansas City never has hosted a Super Bowl, a fact the Chiefs look to change but acknowledge they cannot soon. In the interim, they’re targeting a new precedent. The Chiefs reportedly will send representatives to Philadelphia this month, specifically to monitor how the city hosts the draft. Show More Summary

Chiefs doing more and more business in St. Louis

The Chiefs weren’t going to hit on the widow at the funeral. But now that she’s had time to grieve, they’re offering her a chance to get back out there. According to Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs’ efforts to win over fans in St. Louis are beginning to increase, as they…

Andy Reid vows to get Tyreek Hill more involved in the Chiefs’ offense

Tyreek Hill burst onto the scene as a rookie in Kansas City last season, scoring six touchdowns on 61 catches, three touchdowns on 24 carries, two touchdowns on 39 punt returns and one touchdown on 14 kickoff returns. Chiefs coach Andy Reid looks at those numbers and thinks 138 touches isn’t enough for a player…

Ex-Bengal Rey Maualuga set to visit Chiefs

Rey Maualuga just hit the market this past weekend. He didn’t have to wait long to receive some interest. The former Bengals linebacker is scheduled to visit the Chiefs on Thursday, according to the Kansas City Star’s Terez Paylor. Cincinnati released the 30-year-old on Saturday, one week after it agreed to terms with ex-Cardinals linebacker Kevin Minter.…

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