KCChiefs.com "He’s too small, too short. That’s the knock on Kansas State receiver Tyler Lockett, who measured in at 5-foot-9 and 181 pounds last week at the National Scouting Weigh-In at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama. Lockett, who became the most prolific receiver in Kansas State history this past..." January 27
A league source says Justin Houston's agent, Joel Segal, and #Chiefs GM, John Dorsey, were spotted meeting at the Senior Bowl.
Kansas City Star "The start of free agency is still nearly a month and a half away (March 10), but the Chiefs’ primary needs are crystal clear — offensive line, receiver and linebacker — and it’s never too early to take a look at pending free agents who might look good in red and gold. Here are seven players who..." January 26
Kansas City Star "Scratch Duron Carter off the list of potential new wide receivers for the Chiefs. A source told The Kansas City Star that the Chiefs won’t sign Carter, who is the son of Hall of Famer Cris Carter. Duron Carter worked out for the team earlier this month. He also worked out for Minnesota,..." January 24
Kansas City Star "Linebacker Tamba Hali reiterated Thursday that he would like to stay in Kansas City. Hali, who said after the Chiefs’ season finale that he would “love to be here” in 2015, told 610 Sports Radio the same thing in an interview with Danny Parkins and Carrington Harrison, adding that he would be..." January 23
Pro Football Talk "Early morning football from London is here to stay. The NFL announced today that all three London games in 2015 will kick off at 9:30 a.m. Eastern. The three early games are Jets-Dolphins on October 4, Bills-Jaguars on October 25 and Lions-Chiefs on November 1." January 22
Arrowhead Pride "Let's use this as an excuse to remember the good 'ol days, before we had 21-year old playoff winless streaks. The KC Star's Sam Mellinger said it best: The Chiefs playoff winless streak is now old enough to drink its misery away. The last time the Chiefs won a playoff game came 21 years ago..." January 16
Kansas City Star "The Chiefs scheduled a workout on Thursday afternoon for former Minnesota Vikings inside linebacker Erin Henderson, according to sources. Henderson, 28, was a three-year starter at Minnesota, last playing in 2013 when he was credited with 112 tackles, four sacks and two..." January 09
Source: #Cardinals defensive coordinator Todd Bowles is scheduled now to interview with the Chicago Bears on Thursday.
Since the Chiefs' last playoff win, four franchises have been created and four others have moved. Each of them has won a playoff game.
Kansas City Star "The list of positive football characteristics that describe Tamba Hali is a long one. He is a hard worker with a passion for rushing the quarterback. Hali, a nine-year veteran, is a technician in that regard, and he’s also a tough guy who always plays hard. Personnel men call this combination..." January 05
ESPN.com "Two new names have emerged in the New York Jets' search for John Idzik's successor. The Jets have requested permission to interview Kansas City Chiefs director of player personnel Chris Ballard and Miami Dolphins director of college scouting Chris Grier for their general manager vacancy,..." January 03
Pro Football Talk "Via USA Today and NFL.com, here is the first-team All-Pro squad as announced by The Associated Press on Friday. Fifty NFL writers compose the AP’s voting panel: OFFENSE Quarterback: Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay. Running back: DeMarco Murray, Dallas; Le’Veon Bell, Pittsburgh. Fullback: John..." January 02
Fox Sports Kansas City "As fans start playing salary-cap Tetris, Dwayne Bowe is usually the first big block they toss to the side. But he isn't cheesed by the notion that most of Kansas City has Big No. 82 pegged to get 86ed. "I only control the kind of person, the kind of player I am," the Chiefs wide receiver told..." December 30
Kansas City Star "Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston broke the franchise record for sacks in a single season. But he was downcast and admittedly heartbroken. Backup quarterback Chase Daniel won his first start of a six-year NFL career. But he was visibly disappointed. The Chiefs finished the regular..." December 29
ESPN.com "Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has a lacerated spleen and will miss Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers, trainer Rick Burkholder said Friday. " December 27
Meanwhile Reid said Dwayne Bowe would play Sunday
#Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles (hamstring/ankle), TE Anthony Fasano (knee), CB Phillip Gaines (illness) & LB Joe Mays (knee) were limited today.
NFL.com "The rosters for the 2015 Pro Bowl, which will be Jan. 25, 2015 at 8 p.m. ET on ESPN in Glendale, Arizona, the site of Super Bowl XLIV, were announced Tuesday. Like last year, it's the unconferenced format with players selected without regard to conference in voting by fans, coaches and..." December 24
Dwayne Bowe has shoulder sprain, Zach Fulton has a foot sprain, Philip Gaines has flu-like symptons, Josh Martin has hand contusion. #Chiefs
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "The playoffs are nice, especially because they seemed like a long shot just a few weeks ago. They especially are satisfying for a Steelers team that has spent back-to-back offseasons being told 8-8 isn't good enough. And it wasn't. But now 10-5 isn't enough, either, at least in the..." December 22
Dwayne Bowe again didn't practice because of flu. He missed the entire practice week but Reid said he expects him to play vs Steelers
RB Jamaal Charles was a full participant at practice today for the #Chiefs.
Bowe still out with flu today. Tamba also won't practice
Derek Carr said he hurt his right thumb when he hit it on the helmet of a Chiefs defender. He said the ankle he hurt against Chiefs is fine.
Behind The Steel Curtain "The Kansas City Chiefs do throw touchdown passes, just not to wide receivers. A stat that almost seems unbelievable is that the Chiefs have yet to complete a touchdown pass to a wide receiver in 2014. In fact, it's been a calendar year since a Kansas City wide-out has recorded a touchdown..." December 16
Kansas City Star "For all the grief his receivers have taken this season, Chiefs coach Andy Reid has consistently praised the attitude and approach they have taken. That praise, by the way, is often aimed at No. 1 receiver Dwayne Bowe, who boasts a cap number of $12 million this year and leads a group of..." December 16
Allen Bailey and Phillip Gaines are still going through concussion protocols, per #Chiefs coach Andy Reid.
#Chiefs LB Tamba Hali fined $16,537 for Week 14 roughing the passer penalty, per league spokesman. Hali hit ARI QB Stanton below knee area.
Covers.com "The NFL salary cap is projected to be $138.6 million in 2015, a 4.21 percent increase over this year's $133 million. The projection was revealed to NFL owners at their meeting in Irving, Texas. That number could rise as high as $141 million, two team executives told USA Today. Last year,..." December 11
SB Nation "Roger Goodell announced a new personal conduct policy at the NFL owners meetings Wednesday. The new policy will make several changes to how policy violations are handled. For example, accused players are expected to immediately be placed on paid leave after they have been charged. In addition, the..." December 10
SI.com "Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry has been diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma, the team announced on Monday. Berry was diagnosed by doctors at Emory University's Winship Cancer Institute in Atlanta. A mass was discovered on the right side of his chest last month, and Kansas City placed Berry..." December 09
#Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles has a swollen knee, dealing w/ ankle issue as well, per coach Reid. "He's a bit tender today."
Arizona Republic "During the last two weeks, the Cardinals' 2014 season seemed to be morphing from magical to miserable. A 9-1 record turned to 9-3, the backup quarterback began to look like a backup, the defense was gashed and it was fair to wonder if we were witnessing a historical collapse. Voila, that all..." December 08
CBSSports.com "It's been a year since a Chiefs wide receiver caught a touchdown pass. Literally. Dec. 8, 2013, was the last time someone in a Kansas City uniform claiming to be a wideout found themselves in the end zone holding the football for a score. In a 45-10 win over the Redskins that Sunday, Dwayne..." December 08
ESPN.com "One by one, the Kansas City Chiefs were careful about what they had to say about the officiating and the two debatable calls that probably cost them a victory against the Arizona Cardinals. Andy Reid asked that the line of questioning be changed, presumably because he didn't want to say..." December 08
CBS Sports Fantasy News "Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles jogged gingerly to the locker room after suffering an ankle injury in the first quarter at Arizona, reports CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. Charles is listed as questionable to return." December 07
Arrowhead Pride "You all know the gesture Travis Kelce made by now. If you haven't seen it yet, check it out below. Kelce was fined $11,025 for making that gesture, according to a league spokesman. That's what I figured would happen after looking over the NFL's fine structure." December 06
NFL.com "The Chiefs have a good plan for ending their two-game losing streak: Put it all in the hands of Jamaal Charles. Offensive coordinator Doug Pederson told reporters this week that the team's All-Pro running back will be featured heavily over the next four games as Kansas City looks to capture its..." December 05
Covers.com "Kansas City Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston insists he does not think about the football future beyond Sunday's trip to Arizona to play the Cardinals. But he would be only human if he spent a few moments considering what his play in the 2014 season has done for his bargaining power..." December 04
Kansas City Star "The Chiefs came out of their 29-16 loss to the Broncos on Sunday with their fair share of injuries. The most notable is the bruised knee suffered by running back Jamaal Charles, though Chiefs coach Andy Reid is optimistic that he’ll play against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. “I think..." December 02
ESPN.com "Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he had heard about -- but not seen -- tight end Travis Kelce's obscene gesture during Sunday night's game against the Denver Broncos. "It sounds like it was a bit of an immature act," Reid said. "I normally don't let those things go by. I'll address that. I've got to..." December 01
Fox Sports "Eric Berry has a tough battle ahead of him, but he won't face it alone. The Kansas City Chiefs safety will miss the rest of the season after it was revealed last Monday he could have lymphoma. In a show of solidarity for their teammate, Chiefs players wore custom-made "Berry Strong" T-shirts..." December 01
Denver Post "Peyton Manning knows history, but is not a slave to it. The glove on his right hand provides fodder for a statistic he wishes would vanish, tilting the conversation more toward Double Doppler than his receivers. Manning, the story goes, can't win in the cold. And the Broncos can't beat anyone..." December 01
CBSSports.com "Chiefs safety Eric Berry is resting with friends and family in Atlanta on Thanksgiving and is awaiting word on results from a battery of tests he underwent this week after a mass was found in his chest. Berry's agent, Chad Speck, said the former first-round pick was flown immediately to Emory..." November 27
NFL.com "Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry's season is over after doctors found a mass on the right side of his chest. Chiefs trainer Rick Burkholder announced the news Monday, saying that Berry will visit a lymphoma specialist to determine a final diagnosis. The Chiefs said the 'leading..." November 25
Pro Football Talk "The Chiefs have made a change at wide receiver. Jason Avant, the veteran receiver who was cut by the Panthers this week after complaining about the offensive play calling, has signed with the Chiefs. Avant previously played for Chiefs coach Andy Reid in Philadelphia, so he’ll arrive with an..." November 22