This is the January 29, 2013 news archive. View today's Chiefs rumors and news.
The Steelers have found their replacement for Sean Kugler, who ditched the offensive line coach job to take the top job at UTEP. The team announced that Jack Bicknell Jr. will replace Kugler. Bicknell coached the Chiefs offensive line last season and sp…
Chiefs pitch in to help Harvesters feed hungry kidsUpdated Jan 29 Share TweetThe Kansas City Chiefs Community Caring Team, comprising team employees, players, alumni and Red Coaters, helped out Tuesday at Harvesters-The Community Food Network, where in a friendly competition they assembled 2,887 BackSnacks. The packages are dist…Source: kansascity.com
The 49ers' Quarterback Drama? Steve Bono Has Been ThereUpdated Jan 29 Share TweetSteve Bono, who filled in for an injured Steve Young for the the 49ers in 1991, says he remains a fan of Alex Smith for how he has dealt with losing the starter's job.Source: nytimes.comShare TweetSuper Bowl week rolls on in New Orleans and the crew from Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network is on the ground bringing you everything you need to know leading up to Sunday. Former Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli will join Erik Kuselias, Mike Flo…Source: profootballtalk.comShare TweetWith 2013 NFL Draft approaching, we relive the Chiefs' last four under Scott Pioli and -- with the benefit of 20/20 hindsight, however unfair that is -- point out which players he should have chosen. Today we examine the 2009 draft, Pioli's first in Kan…Source: kansascity.com
Don Banks: Oher's story still resonating with Ravens; more Media Day SnapsJan 29NEW ORLEANS -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from Tuesday's Super Bowl Media Day at the Superdome, always the most inane day on the league's annual calendar...
Super Bowl XLVII Hot Read -- Coaches not immune to supersized chaos of big…Jan 29Nothing can prepare coaches for the chaos and pressure of the Super Bowl, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
Peter King: America tires of Ray Lewis, Alex Smith's fate, mailJan 29NEW ORLEANS -- One thing, as Super Bowl week kicks off in full Tuesday with Media Day at the Superdome, I think that I should have dropped into Monday Morning Quarterback: