Chiefs 2014 Schedule Set

The National Football League announced on Wednesday the regular season schedule for the 2014 season. The Chiefs will play in four nationally televised games, including three in regular season play. Kansas City More »

Adding Talent at Wide Receiver a Priority

Anyone who follows the Kansas City Chiefs knows that one of their weakest positions is wide receiver. They will be looking to add some talent through the draft, and fortunately for them More »

Chief Headlines: 4/23/14

Here are today’s Kansas City Chiefs headlines: Chiefs to open season against Titans – Topeka Capital-Journal The Kansas City Chiefs’ path to the playoffs likely won’t be quite as easy this season. More »

Chief Headlines: 4/22/14

Here are today’s Chiefs headlines from around the net: Notes: QB Smith still waiting for extension – ESPN ome notes from the opening of the Kansas City Chiefs’ offseason program: – Chairman More »

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Chiefs 2014 Schedule Set

The National Football League announced on Wednesday the regular season schedule for the 2014 season.

The Chiefs will play in four nationally televised games, including three in regular season play. Kansas City will take on the New England Patriots on ESPN’s Monday Night Football in week four and then have back-to-back nationally televised contests in weeks 12 and 13, when they travel to Oakland for a Thursday night contest against the Raiders, followed by a Sunday night matchup vs. the Denver Broncos on NBC.

Adding Talent at Wide Receiver a Priority

Anyone who follows the Kansas City Chiefs knows that one of their weakest positions is wide receiver. They will be looking to add some talent through the draft, and fortunately for them this class is stacked at that position. So what will Kansas City decide to do with the #23 overall pick, especially knowing that they will not have their second round pick?

Chief Headlines: 4/23/14

Here are today’s Kansas City Chiefs headlines:

Chiefs to open season against Titans – Topeka Capital-Journal

The Kansas City Chiefs’ path to the playoffs likely won’t be quite as easy this season.

The National Football League on Wednesday finalized the 2014 regular season schedule, and the Chiefs will play seven games against five playoff teams from the 2013 season, including the Super Bowl-champion Seattle Seahawks. The club’s 2014 opponents boasted a combined record of 117-91 (.563) last season.

Chief Headlines: 4/22/14

Here are today’s Chiefs headlines from around the net:

Notes: QB Smith still waiting for extension – ESPN

ome notes from the opening of the Kansas City Chiefs’ offseason program:

– Chairman Clark Hunt said shortly before the Super Bowl that a contract extension for quarterback Alex Smith might take some time. He was right. Smith is still without the extension.

There’s no urgency on the part of the Chiefs to get the deal done. Smith is under contract for this season and the Chiefs don’t need to create room under the salary cap to get through this season.

Fisher Has Surgery to Fix Shoulder & Sports Hernia

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid told reporters Monday that tackle Eric Fisher underwent shoulder surgery and had a sports hernia repaired this offseason, according to the Kansas City Star. Reid said Fisher has been rehabbing and is recovering well.

Smith’s Agent is Still Working on an Extension

Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith said on Monday that his agent, Tom Condon, has been in negotiations with the club about a contract extension.

Smith, who will earn $7.5 million in 2014, said he has not set a timetable for when he’d like to get a deal done, nor does he feel any insecurity not playing under a long-term contract.

“I’ve played long enough, going into year 10 now, it’s all year-to-year in my mind anyway at this point,” said Smith.

Chief Headlines: 4/21/14

Here are today’s Chiefs headlines:

Andy Reid: “The guys have great energy” – KC Chiefs.com

Q: What are you still looking to add this offseason?

REID: “That’s (John) Dorsey’s question. I’m happy with what we’ve got. I like our team. The thing I told them and it probably relates to that question is John and his staff are going to continue to increase the competition level within the room. I think that’s important to grow as a football team and that’s the way John has presented it this offseason and the people he has brought it will add some competition in certain spots. Then, with the addition of the draft and whatever happens with the remaining part of the free agency period and the people that you pick up, what you’re trying to do is increase the competition level.”

Chief Headlines: 4/20/14

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2014 NFL Draft: Kansas City Chiefs Spotlight – CBS Sports

The Kansas City Chiefs’ investment in offensive tackle Eric Fisher with the No. 1 overall selection a year ago was hailed as a solution to a troublesome offensive line. And given the success quarterback Alex Smith, superstar Jamaal Charles and an opportunistic defense had in helping head coach Andy Reid whisk the Chiefs back into the playoffs in his first year in town, the move appeared to pay off.

Chief Headlines: 4/19/14

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Chiefs might draft a quarterback this year – Kansas City Star

It might just be the typical predraft pump fake, all being spewed by coaches and executives trying to dupe each other in the lead up to the NFL Draft.

But in recent weeks, it appears the talk of the teams at the top of the draft passing on top quarterbacks has intensified to the point the Chiefs may need to be prepared for at least one of them to fall to the No. 23 pick in the first round.

Chief Headlines: 4/18/14

Here are today’s Chiefs headlines from around the net:

Analysts see Chiefs drafting wide receiver with first pick – Kansas City Star

It seems more and more draft analysts these days are predicting the Chiefs will take a receiver in the first round of the NFL Draft, and really, that makes a lot of sense to NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah.