Monthly Archives: January 2014

Hunt Ready to Bring the Super Bowl to Arrowhead

With the first outdoor, cold-weather Super Bowl to be played this Sunday in New York, Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt is ready for Kansas City to get in the game and bring a Super Bowl to Arrowhead Stadium.

“We could absolutely pull it off,” Hunt said on Friday following NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s annual state of the league address. “We can put on a great Super Bowl … Arrowhead would be an unbelievable venue for it on game day.”

Chief Headlines: 1/31/14

The big Chiefs news today is the fact that guard Will Shields is up for nomination into the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The decision will be made tomorrow, and while there seems to be little debate as to Shields deserving to be in the Hall, there is some debate on whether it happens this year or not.

Another interesting find today comes from CBS Sports, and it is a picture of Chiefs QB Len Dawson enjoying a cigarette after Super Bowl I. I’m not sure where they found that picture, but it’s an interesting look at a young Dawson. Also, stories about how Clark Hunt believes that the Chiefs could pull off a Super Bowl at Arrowhead, and a report that the Chiefs have signed all-star CFL receiver Weston Dressler.

Without further ado, here are today’s Kansas City Chiefs headlines from around the web:

Clark Hunt: ‘Andy Reid is an outstanding leader’ – KC

“I have thought a little bit about that parallel, but I think we have a more mature roster. We have more players that are in the prime of their career. I think we have a very stable and outstanding leader in Andy Reid, who has shown he can be successful, over a long period of time. As hard as it is to be successful in any given year, I think being successful consistently is much more difficult. With Andy, we have somebody who has demonstrated that and who I expect would be able to do that with the Chiefs.”

Chief Headlines: 1/30/14

A pretty quiet day as far as Chiefs news goes. The only real story out there is that former Missouri star Brock Olivo is joining the Chiefs as the team’s new assistant special teams coordinator. Olivo will replace Kevin O’Dea, who left the Chiefs this offseason to become the head special teams coach in Tampa Bay.

Here are today’s Kansas City Chiefs headlines from around the web:

Pro Bowl Recap: Chiefs Cheerleader Summer – KC

Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleader Summer was chosen to represent the Chiefs in Hawaii during the 2014 Pro Bowl. She was thrilled to have the opportunity and came back with incredible stories about her trip.

When she returned from Hawaii, I sat down with her to find out how the trip went and get a behind the scenes look as to what it was like to be at the first ever Pro Bowl Draft and to cheer at the Pro Bowl game.

Charles Doesn’t Believe He Suffered a Concussion

In a radio interview with KCSP (610 AM) on Tuesday, Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles stated that he didn’t believe that he suffered a concussion in the Chiefs playoff loss to Indianapolis.

“I was trying to get back on the field,” Charles said. “I feel like I didn’t have a concussion. I kind of got (woozy), like a boxer. Just give me a 10 count and let me get back in the ring and let me fight again.”

Cardinals Interested in Albert Again?

Although the NFL’s free agency period is still more than a month away, Branden Albert’s name is already being thrown around. Here’s the latest tweet from Mike Jurecki, the Arizona Cardinals reporter for Fox Sports 910 in Pheonix:

He’ll be the #1 targeted in free agent, his asking price will dictate if they draft a LT. MT @JohnnysFootball @TGravey22 Branden Albert?

— Mike Jurecki (@mikejurecki) January 28, 2014

Chief Headlines: 1/29/14

The big news today is that Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles has stated that he doesn’t believe that he suffered a concussion in the Chiefs playoff loss to the Colts. Charles said that he wanted to go back into the game, but the doctors wouldn’t let him. He also said that he has no doubt that the game would have turned out differently if he would have been allowed to return.

Here are today’s Kansas City Chiefs headlines from around the web:

Chiefs Souper Bowl of Caring – KC

The Chiefs Community Caring Team, including Chiefs staff members, Ambassadors, Red Coaters, KC Wolf and Chiefs Cheerleaders, participated in the Souper Bowl of Caring at Harvesters on Tuesday for the fifth consecutive year.

“The Souper Bowl of Caring is a national movement,” Clara Cooper, President and CEO of Souper Bowl of Caring, explained. “It encourages individuals to get out in their communities and help the fight against hunger. This is an event that is centered around the time of the Super Bowl and it’s extremely important. This is a great partnership between the Chiefs and Harvesters to help the Kansas City community.”

Chief Headlines: 1/28/14

Not much out there as far as news today, but here are today’s Kansas City Chiefs headlines from around the web:

Chiefs Fan Wins Trip to Super Bowl XLVIII – KC

Through the Chiefs Season Ticket Holder (STH) Signing Bonus program, STHs have received amazing prizes such as jerseys, autographed memorabilia and even a trip to the Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl.

Last year, during the Signing Bonus, the final prize was a trip for two to Super Bowl XLVIII. 22-year STH Craig Zahnd was shocked to find out that he was the lucky winner of two tickets to the big game.

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Johnson Named Defensive MVP at Pro Bowl

Last night’s Pro Bowl came down to the wire, with Team Rice converting on a 2 pt. conversion late in the 4th quarter to prevail over Team Sanders by a score of 22-21.

Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson, playing for Team Rice, was selected as the Pro Bowl’s defensive MVP.

Chief Headlines: 1/27/14

The big Chiefs story today is the hit that Derrick Johnson put on Jamaal Charles in last night’s Pro Bowl. With Charles coming off of a concussion in the playoff game against Indianapolis, it was a little shocking to see Johnson lay a hit on him like that. Overall, Johnson had a great performance and was named the Pro Bowl’s Defensive MVP.

Without further ado, here are today’s Kansas City Chiefs headlines from around the web:

“DJ” and Chiefs Shine in 2014 Pro Bowl – KC

If there was any question that the Pro Bowl wouldn’t be competitive, the naysayers weren’t aware of the Chiefs, who compete in everything they do, including “DJ”.

Early in the first quarter, Johnson met Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles near the line of scrimmage and dropped him in his tracks. The former Texas Longhorns enjoyed a smile after the hit, but it was clear the game was seen as no joke by either side.

“DJ” continued to make plays throughout the game, including the forced fumble he caused against Washington Redskins RB Alfred Morris, which was recovered by Team Rice. The game’s defensive MVP finished with eight tackles, one assist and the forced fumble.