He’s a bit shaken up, but the Chiefs future is okay. Patrick Mahomes II, the No. 1 draft pick for the Kansas City Chiefs, and three others were reportedly robbed at gunpoint on May 12. #Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes is ok physically & emotionally — as much as one can be. Police & NFL security
Lets give a small moment for Ron Parker, who didn’t make a business decision, and paid for it. Chris Ivory is no joke when he’s grooving, and he just obliterated the Chiefs safety on this nice run to put the Jags in scoring position.
Marcus Peters didn’t kneel for the National Anthem in Kansas City, but he did raise his right fist in protest and support of Colin Kaepernick. Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters with his right fist in the air during the national anthem. — Sam Mellinger (@mellinger) September 11, 2016 Marcus Peters with raised fist during Anthem. Locked
Can Andy Reid get the most out of Nick Foles. The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to terms with free-agent quarterback Nick Foles, reports NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo. Nick Foles has agreed to terms to join the Chiefs, source says. Reunion with Andy Reid. — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) August 4, 2016 Foles will be reunited
Justin Houston toughed it out at the end of last season for the Chiefs, and it could cost him the entire 2016 season according to Terez Paylor. Burkholder said Justin Houston had his knee scoped in February. Dr. Andrews found that his ACL is not functioning. It has been fixed. — Terez A. Paylor (@TerezPaylor)
Could be nothing — but it’s usually something when a visiting team pulls up to Gillette Stadium. The Patriots advanced to the AFC Championship Game with a win over the Chiefs Saturday night — and per the usual course — the opposing head coach had complaints about the communication systems. Kansas City coach Andy Reid
Chiefs fans can exhale, at least for a few hours. MRI showed Chiefs WR Jeremy Maclin did NOT tear his ACL, per source. He did suffer a high ankle sprain. Status for Saturday at NE uncertain. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 10, 2016
DeAndre Hopkins, mamando. pic.twitter.com/NEY4ghmFF0 — El Refrigerador NFL (@RefrigeradorNFL) January 9, 2016 DeAndre Hopkins made some incredible grabs during the regular season — but this one ranks right up there — as he displays an amazing toe-drag.
That would be Kansas City's 346 pound defensive tackle Dontari Poe with the touchdown leap. Got get it big man pic.twitter.com/0qo5b2Kwwd — Laurie Horesh (@LaurieHoresh) November 22, 2015 Andy Reid dug in his bag of tricks and decided defensive tackle Dontari Poe would be the perfect candidate for a fat boy touchdown.
Sean Smith and the Chiefs spent all of Sunday morning, and early afternoon dancing all over the Detroit Lions. The Chiefs cornerback even paid homage to Cavs star J.R. Smith, with this impression of the shooting guards big play celebration.