Thursday Nov 21
Kansas City Chiefs Defensive Line In Need Of Some TLC Against San Diego Chargers
The defensive line of the Kansas City Chiefs is in need of some TLC. Both of the Chiefs' starting defensive ends were held out of practice on Wednesday and are questionable going into Sunday's divisional contest with the San Diego Chargers .
The Wichita Eagle
New Chief Kyle Love is happy to be back playing football
Since he was cut by the Jaguars on Sept. 1, Love, a fourth-year defensive tackle, has been forced to wrap his mind around the fact that in just two short years, he'd gone from starting in the Super Bowl with New England in 2012 to working out in Atlanta, basically waiting for the phone to ring.
Is It Catapano Time In Kansas City?
Much has been made of rookie Mike Catapano since this writer first saw him play a year ago on a small school college field as a virtual unknown.
Chiefs fall to No. 3 in NFL power rankings
Derrick Johnson, right, and KC fell to No. 3 in the AP Pro32 rankings with their loss to Peyton Manning and Denver.
Kansas City Chiefs
Chiefs Sign DT Kyle Love, Release Toribio
Kyle Love has played in 41 games in three NFL seasons with the New England Patriots .
The Kansas City Star
Stay focused on improving KCI for passengers and airlines
Thrill seekers, get ready to take a plunge this spring at Schlitterbahn. A 17-story plunge.
Chiefs roster move: Anthony Toribio has been released
It's not a drop-your-jaw shocker but the Kansas City Chiefs just released defensive tackle Anthony Toribio .
Peter King's Monday Morning Quarterback
We have great and controversial events to discuss, and we shall. But there are great and controversial events every week in pro football, and I'll get to the rise of a battered Denver offensive line, to the 113-minute weather/tornado-threat delay, and to a foul that, in today's football, simply must be called.
Kansas City Chiefs
Chiefs Visit Whiteman Air Force Base
Chiefs' defensive linemen Allen Bailey, Mike DeVito, Jaye Howard, Dontari Poe and Anthony Toribio, along with Chiefs Cheerleaders Jillian and Megan, and Chiefs President Mark Donovan visited Whiteman Air Force base for Salute to Service month.