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Rare miscommunication between Mahomes and Kelce illuminates KC Chiefs’ broader issue

The apparent telepathy between Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and tight end Travis Kelce often makes for a spectacle to behold. By now, the fluid dynamics are perhaps as instinctive between them, and as much to be counted on, as the mind-meld between Mahomes and coach Andy Reid that has made the Chiefs mesmerizing these last few years.
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The KC Chiefs are in last place in the AFC West

The AFC West was already starting out weird enough already in 2021, but the Kansas City Chiefs are making it worse. Imagine if, before the season, someone would have told you that at the end of September, the Chiefs would be in last place in the AFC West. You likely would have laughed at them or just ignored them like some “fake news” messenger that you learn to simply mute or block on Twitter because they claim to have sources.
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Take a deep breath: there’s no reason to panic about the Chiefs’ defense

After the Kansas City Chiefs lost a close game for the first time in 679 days — giving up the second-most points in a contested game since defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo’s arrival in 2019 — many observers have concluded the team’s defense is truly bad. There’s no doubt that against...
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The hidden tension between Juan Thornhill and the KC Chiefs

For the last several days, Chiefs Kingdom has been collectively scratching our heads around all things related to Juan Thornhill. In some ways, it could even go back to last season, although then we just said “injury recovery” and went back to our work. However at this point, it’s clear that those of us outside of Arrowhead Stadium are not privy to a hidden tension between Thornhill and the K.C. Chiefs.
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Why it’s time to worry about the KC Chiefs defense

The Kansas City Chiefs are searching for answers after a shocking Week 2 loss in Baltimore. On defense, there are more questions than answers. In back-to-back weeks, the K.C. Chiefs have put the weight of the world on Patrick Mahomes. Last week against Cleveland, he delivered as he willed the Chiefs to a 33-29 victory in the home opener. This week, the opportunity was taken away from him by a rare Clyde Edwards-Helaire fumble that took the ball out of the offense’s hands.
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KC Chiefs: Rashad Fenton being evaluated for concussion

The Kansas City Chiefs are already down one cornerback on the day with the news that a quad injury was not going to let outside corner Charvarius Ward play against the Los Angeles Chargers. Now the team is down another corner early in the second half of their Week 3 game against the Los Angeles Chargers with the news that Rashad Fenton is being attended to by trainers as part of an evaluation for a possible concussion.
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Three lies we’re believing about the KC Chiefs right now

The atmosphere is ripe for a few lies at this point heading into Week 3. Not only are the K.C. Chiefs coming into the season with more expectations than any other team, but they’re also fresh off of a couple highly-charged wins after Week 2. When you add in a very small sample size, it becomes the perfect cocktail for some overreactions, hot takes, or even some belief in lies given the ingredients of emotion, uncertainty, and the small supply chain of any evidence on one side or the other.
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Josh Gordon signing would pour gasoline on KC Chiefs fire

On Friday afternoon, Adam Schefter finally broke word that the National Football League had reinstated wide receiver Josh Gordon. It was an expected move that the NFL would allow the veteran wideout to earn yet another try after sitting out a lengthy suspension. And while fans might be waiting for a signing of another kind, Josh Gordon would add gasoline to the K.C. Chiefs fire, if they wanted.
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KC Chiefs: Five reasons you should feel just fine about the future

The Kansas City Chiefs lost to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night in frustrating, infuriating fashion, but it isn’t all doom and gloom. It was undoubtedly a game the Chiefs should have won. Even before the fumble that cost them a chance at a game-winning field goal, Kansas City wasted multiple opportunities to put Baltimore to the sword and finish the game off early.
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KC Chiefs: Five very important questions for the defense

Through two weeks of the 2021 NFL season, a few things are becoming clear about the K.C. Chiefs. First, the team has loads of talent. Second, the offense is as good as advertised. Three, some areas are still a work-in-progress, especially with areas with newer faces and/or plenty of youth.
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Chiefs lose, but fans still win with these freebies and deals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Mondays in the Chiefs Kingdom are always blue following a Chiefs loss. But several companies are stepping up to make Monday a little better. KFC locations across the Kansas City metro are ready to feed hungry Chiefs fans. Mondays only KFC is offering BOGO chicken sandwiches.
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Is KC Chiefs offensive trio better than Dallas Cowboys legends?

Perhaps I should be used to it by now, but if you’ve been a member of Chiefs Kingdom for some time, you likely feel the same way I do when discussing the team’s offensive greatness. No matter how many times I’ve seen Patrick Mahomes engineer a come-from-behind win, Tyreek Hill...
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The KC Chiefs won ugly and other teams are undoubtedly jealous

The K.C. Chiefs are 1-0 thanks to a sensational come-from-behind win, defeating the Cleveland Browns 33-29 on Sunday. They weren’t exactly convincing, but that’s not what matters. What’s important is that they won. The Chiefs were not perfect—far from it. Big questions remain on both sides of the ball, and...
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KC Chiefs’ Greg Lewis expresses regret for Week 1 shoving incident with Browns player

Chiefs running backs coach Greg Lewis expressed regret Thursday for a sideline encounter with Cleveland Browns safety Ronnie Harrison Jr. during Kansas City’s season opener at Arrowhead Stadium. The two men were involved in a first-quarter shoving incident during the Sept. 12 Week 1 game that resulted in Harrison’s ejection.
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Former KC Chiefs visit with New England Patriots

A couple of former K.C. Chiefs players took the chance to visit the New England Patriots on Tuesday for workouts among with several other NFL veterans in hopes of showing their production and potential to Bill Belichick and his staff. According to NFL reporter Mike Reiss of ESPN, the Pats...
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Taco Charlton, Bradley McDougald among former KC Chiefs in the news

It’s another day on the NFL’s transaction wire, which means we’re seeing a few more familiar faces for K.C. Chiefs fans either find new homes or meet the end of a part of their professional journey. The latest features some defensive veterans who were here for a bit and are now looking to extend their careers with new teams.
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KC Chiefs: Omari Cobb release raises questions about what’s next

Earlier this summer, Omari Cobb was battling it out during the K.C. Chiefs preseason with other roster hopefuls trying to land a spot at linebacker on the final active roster. While Cobb didn’t make it, he was able to stick around on the team’s 16-man practice squad after the regular season got underway. That didn’t last long, however, as Cobb was waived on Monday, according to the NFL’s transaction wire.
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