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Chiefs Star Makes Feelings On Tyreek Hill Very Clear

The Tyreek Hill trade was one of the most shocking moves of the NFL offseason. In a matter of hours, the Chiefs sent their most explosive playmaker to Miami. Kansas City moved on from Hill largely for contract reasons. Once the All-Pro wideout was officially a Dolphin, he signed a massive four-year, $120 million extension.
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87-Year-Old Man Emailed His Children His Plans Before Killing Wife and Himself: Authorities

An elderly man in Kansas shot and killed his bedridden wife, then died by suicide, according to cops. Neighbors reportedly said that Frank Mayfield, 87, and Donna Mayfield, 87, were a loving couple, and that incident was both a tragic shock and out of character for them. Frank Mayfield wrote his children an email explaining his plans before the incident, authorities said in a KMBC report. Officers did not detail this message.
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Albert Abreu sends heartfelt message to Yankees fans after Bronx return

The New York Yankees‘ sudden reversal in bringing back reliever Albert Abreu after his second DFA of the season shocked fans this week. The situation got even stranger when Abreu immediately required a 26-man roster spot, resulting in Clarke Schmidt’s demotion, David McKay’s trade, and a whole lot of head-scratching about a pitcher whose FIP has him directly on the edge of purgatory.

Four Trade Targets That Could Entice Red Sox As Royals Fire Sale Looms

Overcoming a torrid start, the Boston Red Sox are looking more and more like trade deadline buyers as the weeks go on, if they keep their current pace of winning every series they play in, there’s no doubt they’ll be in a position to use some of their newfound farm depth to add a missing piece to their roster.

Ten Missouri residents indicted for methamphetamine conspiracy and illegal firearms

Ten Missouri residents have been indicted by a federal grand jury for their roles in a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine, as well as for illegally possessing firearms. David M. Jones, also known as “Davo,” 29, Nathaniel Finney, also known as “Nate,” 33, Joshua T. Fluker, also known as “Jizzle,” 29, Reggie McDowell, also known as “Dime,” 25, and Isaac J. Wilson, also known as “Hothead” and “Meces,” 27, all of Kansas City, Mo., and Jason Lumpkin, also known as “Lump,” 34, Vincent T. Jackson, also known as “Squeak,” 31, Steffon Rainey, also known as “Cheese” and “Money,” 30, Shane Mitchell, also known as “Biggz,” 27, and Deonte E. Willams, also known as ‘Tae” and “Locc,” 29, whose addresses are unknown, were charged in a 26-count indictment returned under seal by a federal jury in Kansas City, Mo., on Tuesday, June 22. That indictment was unsealed and made public following the arrests of most of the defendants in a metro-wide law enforcement operation this morning.

Kansas City Royals’ Brett is a Caring Teammate In Retirement

Once a teammate, always a teammate for baseball great George Brett. Brett's legendary 21-season as a Kansas City Royal is an open book. First-ballot hall of famer in 1999. Three batting titles won in three different decades. Lifetime batting average of .305. One of only five players in MLB history to collect at least 300 home runs, 3,000 hits, and a career .300 batting average. American League MVP. World Series champion. 13 times all-star. Rawlings Gold Glove winner.

Royals catcher Perez to have surgery on thumb

(Kansas City) -- Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez will have surgery on his left thumb and has been placed on the 10-day injured list. The surgery will repair the ulnar collateral ligament in his thumb, according to a report. In a corresponding move, outfielder Edward Olivares has been activated...

Former Kansas City Chiefs whose playing days might be over

The Kansas City Chiefs have a good amount of former players still available to sign through free agency who we may have also seen play their final NFL snap. The Kansas City Chiefs have enjoyed a lot of success since Andy Reid was hired as head coach. Since Reid took over in 2013, the Chiefs have seen hundreds of players come and go. Some former players have landed on other NFL teams or football leagues, while many others have outright retired from professional football. But what about former Chiefs, who are still unsigned, but not officially retired?