Big Red has led Kansas City to playoffs three times in four years but must sustain success amid front office shakeup.
Four seasons under head coach Andy Reid have resulted in three playoff appearances for the Kansas City Chiefs. And there’s more good news ahead. Anyone recall Andy Reid’s first season as the new sideline leader of the Kansas City Chiefs? The team won his first nine games. Show More Summary
The news came on the heels of Andy Reid’s contract extension. The Kansas City Chiefs announced Thursday that they have mutually agreed to part ways with general manager John Dorsey. Dorsey will move on from the Chiefs effective immediately. “I...Show More Summary
Kansas City has made the playoffs three times in four years under Andy Reid, and won the AFC West in 2016. Andy Reid has been an NFL head coach since 1999, and that will not change anytime soon. The Kansas City Chiefs and Reid agreed...Show More Summary
The life of an athlete can be cruel at times. Just ask Jeremy Maclin, who was released by the Kansas City Chiefs last week after spending two years with the team. While speaking with ESPN’s Adam Schefter recently, Maclin voiced his displeasure regarding the manner in which he was notified of his release by the […]
Jamaal Charles is gone. So is Jeremy Maclin. Alex Smith may be, sooner than later. So where will the leadership come from in Kansas City? One person ready to take the reins will be running back Spencer Ware. “There’s a lot of responsibility as far as showing leadership out here on the field and off…
Throughout his entire National Football League (NFL) career, former New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs star Ryan O’Callaghan used football to hide the part of his life he wanted no-one to know about. O’Callaghan, who hasn’tShow More Summary
Former New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs lineman Ryan O’Callaghan had a secret while he was active in the NFL and decided to keep it to himself until today. Callaghan, a 5th round pick by the Patriots in 2006, explained when he found out the moment he was a gay man, how he hid that […]
The New York Daily News reports: Former Patriots and Chiefs offensive tackle Ryan O’Callaghan publicly came out on Tuesday, saying that he strongly considered committing suicide before he received support from the Kansas City organization. Show More Summary
Ryan O’Callaghan, a former offensive tackle for the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs, has come out as gay in a new interview with Outsports. O’Callaghan, 34, grew up in Redding, California, where, he says, homosexuality was not accepted. “If you’re a gay kid and you hear someone you love say ‘fag,’ it makes... Read more »
Ryan O’Callaghan, who played five seasons in the NFL for the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs, came out of the closet today in an interview with Outsports’ Cyd Ziegler. In the lengthy interview, O’Callaghan, who says he… Read The post Former NFL Lineman Ryan O’Callaghan Comes Out as Gay: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Ryan O’Callaghan in 2007. (Getty) Ryan O’Callaghan, a former tackle with the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs, has come out as gay in a new Outsports profile. In a remarkable story, O’Callaghan reveals how his sexuality drove him to suicidal thoughts, but football served as both an outlet and a disguise. Show More Summary
When the NFL was in the midst of its rating doldrums in the first half of the 2016 season, it was the Dallas Cowboys which pulled the league out of them. So you would think that the Shield would scheduled the Cowboys as much as possible...Show More Summary
Heath Cummings says Alex Smith isn't a good Fantasy quarterback but that doesn't keep the Chiefs from having Fantasy appeal in the passing game.
The 2017 regular season will begin what the Chiefs visiting the Patriots. That game will include Commissioner Roger Goodell visiting New England. For now, Goodell is visiting Kansas City. And during a Friday fan event at Arrowhead Stadium, Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt made a prediction for the September 7 opener, via Vahe Gregorian of the…
Not cool, Kansas City.
Not cool, Kansas City.
Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin is delighted to be with Ravens after his unexpected dismissal by the Kansas City Chiefs earlier this month
Kansas City Chiefs running back Charcandrick West GOT PIPES!!!! The 26-year-old hit the recording booth with the people from Singing for Superheroes -- a group that creates original music for children with disabilities. Since West suffers…
Free agent receiver Jeremy Maclin agreed to a deal with the Ravens. (AP) From the moment Jeremy Maclin was surprisingly cut by the Kansas City Chiefs, it seemed like the Baltimore Ravens would be the natural landing spot. Maclin couldn’t pass up a good opportunity. Show More Summary