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Chiefs lose tight end Kevin Boss for season

Chiefs lose tight end Kevin Boss for season

The Chiefs will miss tight end Kevin Boss, who was put on injured reserve because of a concussion he suffered in Week 2. Boss was signed to pair in double tight end sets with Tony Moeaki. The pairing had big potential and it gave the Kansas City offense…
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  • Would Geno Smith fit the Chiefs?

    Would Geno Smith fit the Chiefs?

    ESPN.com Oct 3, 2012
    It’s never too early to think about the draft. In an Insider piece, Todd McShay breaks down West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith. He is surely going to be a high draft pick and he could interest the Chiefs, who will likely consider drafting a quarterbac
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  • Chiefs' Charles vs. Ravens' Rice

    Chiefs' Charles vs. Ravens' Rice

    kansascity.com Oct 3, 2012
    The Chiefs-Ravens game on Sunday will feature the NFL's top two players in yards from scrimmage this season -- Jamaal Charles (above) and the Ravens' Ray Rice.
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  • Donald Butler gets AFC defensive POW over Cam Wake

    Donald Butler gets AFC defensive POW over Cam Wake

    profootballtalk.com Oct 3, 2012
    The NFL announced Wednesday that Chargers linebacker Donald Butler received AFC defensive player of the week honors for making six tackles, a half-sack, and returning an interception for a touchdown in San Diego’s Week Four win over the Kansas City Chie
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  • Video - QBs on the hot seat 01:45

    QBs on the hot seat

    Oct 3
    Is Michael Lombardi sold on Kevin Kolb? He discusses the possibility that Kolb holds on to the job and also explains why Russell Wilson might not be the starter in Seattle for much longer.
  • Video - Countdown Daily AccuScore: BAL-KC 00:49

    Countdown Daily AccuScore: BAL-KC

    Oct 3
    Prim Siripipat goes inside the numbers for the Ravens-Chiefs

Sports Columnists

  • Young defensive backs have made their marks

    Oct 3
    At the 2012 draft, wide receivers were the rage, but it's been the rookie DBs who have made a difference, writes John Clayton