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The Cardinals Are Reportedly Signing A Veteran Running Back

The Arizona Cardinals are reportedly set to add an experienced running back to their roster. According to insider Jordan Schultz, Arizona is signing veteran running back Darrel Williams, who is coming off the best season of his professional career. Williams appeared in all 17 games for the Kansas City Chiefs...
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Arizona Cardinals sign RB Darrel Williams

The Arizona Cardinals are signing former Chiefs running back Darrel Williams. Kansas City let Williams’ contract expire in the 2022 offseason, and did not sign him despite Patrick Mahomes reportedly lobbying for his return. NFL insider Jordan Schultz reported the news via Twitter on Tuesday. Williams went undrafted out...
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Report: NFL having ongoing discussions about replacing Pro Bowl

The NFL’s spring meetings are ongoing this week from Atlanta, Georgia, and one of the topics that has come up, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, is finding a replacement for the Pro Bowl, the league’s annual all-star game. After last year’s AFC title collapse, six Kansas...
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The Royals are so close to being fun if they would just get over themselves

What makes the 2022 Kansas City Royals team so frustrating is not that they are losing at an incredible pace. The Royals lost at an incredible pace in both 2018 and 2019 and I don’t think anyone was super unhappy about it—if you take any team and remove half a dozen of their best players, they’re not gonna do well. It was the price they paid to go for it in 2017 and 2018.
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Building A Dynasty.

What makes ok teams great, and great teams legendary?. Experience maybe, a little luck here or there, but understanding the fundamentals of building a roster paired with great coaching will always get the job done. In the not so distant past the Chiefs were in a predicament that the franchise had never been in before. That notorious 2011-2012 season that ended in the Chiefs receiving the first overall pick was one to forget. The team went from struggling at getting wide receivers in the end zone to a Super Bowl in less than a decade. That’s right, the Chiefs did something that the Lions, Browns, Jags and plenty of other franchise's have only dreamt of. If I were to tell Chiefs fans a few years ago there would have been some laughter from everyone. A team that seemingly couldn’t get over the hump countless times ending in heartbreak more times than can be remembered became a great team that propelled themselves into football history.
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New KCPD K9 introduced at police board meeting

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - The Kansas City Police Department lost its K9 Denis in March after a bout with cancer. Now two months later, that void has been filled. The Heart of America Kennel Club presented a new police dog to KCPD’s Canine Unit, and she made her public debut Tuesday morning during the Board of Police Commissioners meeting.
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Colorado elected official donates kidney to retired high school teacher

EAGLE, Colo. — A surgery scheduled for Monday has a story behind it that dates back decades. David and Susan Scott are retired Colorado high school teachers and coaches. The two have made their mark on the community, impacting countless lives who have crossed through their classrooms and courts.
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Man charged with killing wife outside Kansas City police station

A Kansas City man is charged with killing his wife outside a Kansas City police station Thursday. The Jackson County Prosecutor's Office says Eliott P. Nevels, 34, shot and killed his wife Christina Nevels as she was driving in front of KCPD Central Patrol. Their 4-year-old child was in the back seat and was unharmed.

Jon Feliciano: Bills got what they deserved in loss to Chiefs

Former Buffalo Bills offensive lineman Jon Feliciano believes he could have made the difference in the team’s loss to the Bills—if he weren’t benched. Apparently, Jon Feliciano is happy to let any ounce of goodwill drain completely and to burn any bridges still standing in the wake of his departure from the Buffalo Bills this offseason. We supposed that’s one way for a player to handle being benched for a half-season.
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