• Owner Clark Hunt 'very excited' by what he's seen from new-look Chiefs

    Summary of 4 articles · Updated Jun 6, 2013
    Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt’s not ready to predict a Super Bowl, but he is clearly excited about the prospects for his team. Chiefs owner Clark Hunt made took in the team’s minicamp Tuesday and was pleased with the progress the team has made under new general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid. Tuesday’s practice was not the first Hunt had witnessed this year. And Reid, apparently, has reloaded his tanks in the short time it took to get to the Midwest, which can only be good for him personally as well as the team he’s coaching. Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt made a rare appearance at mandatory minicamp Tuesday and walked away pleased with the progress the team has made under new general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid. While it would be too easy to retell the burned-out Philadelphia coach comes to placid Kansas City for mental health and football story, Hunt said he does see a new energy from Reid. They traded away a pair of draft picks to acquire quarterback Alex Smith from the 49ers, signed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe to a long-term deal, placed the franchise tag on left tackle Branden Albert and spent lavishly in free agency to overhaul their defensive backfield and tight end situation.
    • Hunt Happy With The Chiefs Progress Under Reid

      Chiefs owner Clark Hunt made took in the team’s minicamp Tuesday and was pleased with the progress the team has made under new general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid. “I always have high expectations, but you try to temper those expectations,” …
    • Clark Hunt can see a new energy in Andy Reid

      Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt’s not ready to predict a Super Bowl, but he is clearly excited about the prospects for his team. And much of that optimism stems from the excitement he sees from coach Andy Reid. While it would be too easy to retell the burned

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