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Travis Kelce brings back the mustache

Just like last year, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has shaved off his beard but kept the mustache – but is it really that good looking?. It’s back! Travis Kelce has apparently regrown his infamous mustache for Kansas City Chiefs training camp again this year. Fans may remember...
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Chiefs Have Reportedly Cut Former 1st Round Pick

The Kansas City Chiefs have reportedly parted ways with a former first round pick. According to a report on Sunday morning, the Chiefs have released a former New York Giants first round selection. Kansas City had signed cornerback Deandre Baker, but is parting ways with him before the regular season.

Three dead in crash involving car full of Missourians in Minnesota

Three people from Missouri are dead and one other Missourian suffered life-threatening injuries in a crash in west-central Minnesota on Thursday. According to the State Patrol, the four were together in a Lexus SUV traveling northbound on County Road 7 west of Willmar when they reached the intersection at Highway 40 and collided with an eastbound semi just before 6 p.m.

Red Sox vs. Royals prediction, picks: Crawford takes mound in Kansas City

Not many sure things. Death. Taxes. MyPillow is the most comfortable pillow you’ll ever own. The Browns make wise business decisions … Looking for a sure thing on Sunday, we see the Red Sox are at Kansas City. The Sox have sputtered all year, but still find themselves very much alive in the playoff chase while playing .500 ball. Check out more of the Best Sportsbook Promo Codes Kutter Crawford (3-3, 3.86) has allowed just two runs over his past 11 ²/₃ innings and is not big on free passes, having walked just five in 38 innings. The Royals, eliminated sometime in May, will throw Brad Keller (5-12, 4.61). Keller has given up 15 runs and 23 hits over his past 15 ²/₃ innings and is 2-7 in 11 home starts. No sure thing, but play 10 units on Boston. Betting on Baseball? Read our how to bet on baseball guideSee sign up bonuses from the best baseball betting sitesCheck out the latest World Series Odds What’s that smell? Rotten Fish. Drew Smyly pitched 6 ²/₃ scoreless innings, P.J. Higgins homered and the Cubs blanked the Marlins, 4-0. Loss has us at +2,056 timsalmons.

NFL defensive coach diagnoses Patrick Mahomes' only flaw: 'Maybe he has to adapt a little bit'

Patrick Mahomes is a special quarterback. At just 26 years old he already has a Super Bowl win under his belt with the Kansas City Chiefs and an MVP award to his name. Outside of Aaron Rodgers, who was ranked higher than Mahomes in The Athletic's 2022 quarterback tier rankings, there's nobody as magical with the ball in their hands as Mahomes. Rodgers has been doing it for longer and is still tearing it up, coming off his second-straight MVP and fourth overall, but there's a case to be made that Mahomes is just as talented of a quarterback and just as fun to watch — if not more.

Deandre Baker released by Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs have decided to release cornerback Deandre Baker early in the preseason, per Adam Teicher. It’s been a disappointing stint for Deandre Baker during his time with the Kansas City Chiefs, and now that the team has loaded up on an abundance of new players in the offseason, the franchise has decided to release the veteran cornerback early in training camp—a move that will allow him to find a new opportunity with plenty of time to compete.

Higher housing costs force more pet owners to surrender their dogs

A survey by pet care site Rover found that to adjust for increasing prices, pet parents are trading down on things like food, treats and accessories for their dogs. In some cases, owners have been forced to say goodbye to their four-legged best friends. Shelters across the country are hearing...

Alex Cora thrown out of Red Sox vs. Royals after odd home-run call

Red Sox manager Alex Cora had his night cut short in Thursday’s game against the Royals after an odd home-run call. With the Red Sox trailing 4-3 in the bottom of the seventh and two Royals runners on base, catcher Salvador Pérez hit a screaming line drive down the left-field line. The ball bounced off an ambiguous part of the foul pole and caromed into left field.