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Buccaneers host Chiefs in Week 4 for Brady-Mahomes VI

Buccaneers host Chiefs in Week 4 for Brady-Mahomes VI

Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes are scheduled to square off for the sixth time when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Kansas City Chiefs in October.The Week 4 game was released by the NFL on Thursday m
Chiefs CB Rashad Fenton recovering from shoulder 'cleanup'

Chiefs CB Rashad Fenton recovering from shoulder 'cleanup'

Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Rashad Fenton is recovering from a shoulder "cleanup" procedure, general manager Brett Veach confirmed."He's going through a little bit of a rehab now, so hopefully we g
Texans sign DE Mario Addison, trade CB Lonnie Johnson to Chiefs

Texans sign DE Mario Addison, trade CB Lonnie Johnson to Chiefs

The Houston Texans signed free agent defensive end Mario Addison on Monday, according to multiple reports.Addison, 34, played the past two seasons with the Buffalo Bills, where he recorded 59 tackles
NFL admits missed taunting call on Tyreek Hill vs. Bills

NFL admits missed taunting call on Tyreek Hill vs. Bills

The NFL on Tuesday conceded that game officials missed a taunting call on then-Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill in January's AFC divisional playoff game against the Buffalo Bills.Executiv
Report: Chiefs signing RB Ronald Jones to 1-year deal

Report: Chiefs signing RB Ronald Jones to 1-year deal

The Kansas City Chiefs are signing running back Ronald Jones to a one-year deal, NFL Network reported Saturday.The report said Jones could earn up to $5 million.He played his first four NFL seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who drafted him in the second round in 2018.Jones, 24, rushed for 428 yards and four touchdowns in 16 games (three starts) last season.
Reports: Chiefs sign WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling

Reports: Chiefs sign WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling

The Kansas City Chiefs signed free agent wide receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling to a three-year deal worth $30 million, ESPN and NFL Network reported Thursday.The move comes a day after the Chiefs traded Tyreek Hill to Miami for five draft picks. Valdes-Scantling was reportedly visiting the Chiefs on Wednesday.Valdes-Scantling, 27, can earn up to $36 million with incentives, per the reports.Valdes-Scantling played the first four seasons of his career in Green Bay after the Packers selected him in the fifth round of the 2018 draft.Valdes-Scantling caught 26 passes for 430 yards and three touchdowns in 11 games (seven starts) in 2021. He spent time on injured reserve last season with a hamstring injury.
Dolphins' SB, Tua's MVP odds shorten with Tyreek Hill

Dolphins' SB, Tua's MVP odds shorten with Tyreek Hill

The latest blockbuster trade of the most dramatic NFL offseason in memory forced oddsmakers to shift their futures markets once again.After news broke Wednesday morning that Miami was acquiring All-Pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill from the Kansas City Chiefs, the Dolphins' odds shortened in several key markets.The Dolphins did move from +650 to +400 to win the AFC East at BetMGM and from +700 to +440 at BetRivers, where Miami is also now +1700 to win the AFC Championship after beginning the day at +2800.The biggest impact of the deal was felt by the MVP market.Tua Tagovailoa entered the offseason uncertain to get a third year to prove he is the long-term answer at quarterback in Miami. With the Dolphins opting not to acquire a veteran signal-caller while adding Hill along with fellow wide receiver Cedrick Wilson plus running backs Chase Edmonds and Raheem Mostert, Miami has surrounded Tagovailoa with a plethora of playmakers.
Reports: Chiefs give WR Tyreek Hill permission to seek trade

Reports: Chiefs give WR Tyreek Hill permission to seek trade

The Kansas City Chiefs have given dynamic All-Pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill permission to seek a trade amid stalled negotiations on a contract extension, NFL Network and ESPN reported Wednesday.Hill rejected an extension that would have made him one of the highest-paid receivers in the league, per the report. It's unclear how the offer compared to Davante Adams' new deal ($28.25 million annual average value) in Las Vegas.The New York Jets and Miami Dolphins are at the forefront of teams vying to acquire Hill, per ESPN.Hill is expected to get a massive extension and the Chiefs a big haul in return if a trade is completed.Hill, 28, is a three-time All-Pro in his six seasons in Kansas City. He has made the Pro Bowl every year he's been in the league. He has 479 career receptions for 6,630 yards and 56 touchdowns in 91 games (73 starts) for the Chiefs. He has another 719 yards rushing with six TDs.
Report: Chiefs re-sign WR Josh Gordon for 2022 season

Report: Chiefs re-sign WR Josh Gordon for 2022 season

The Kansas City Chiefs have re-signed former Pro Bowl wide receiver Josh Gordon.Gordon, who turns 31 next month, announced the move in a tweet Tuesday that read, "KC right where I wanna be! Ain't gon lie. I'm hype for 2022 #ChiefsKingdom" -- with NFL Media later reporting and clarifying his return to the Chiefs for the 2022 season.Gordon joined the Chiefs in September shortly after the NFL reinstated him from an indefinite suspension he had received in December 2019. Gordon had been banned for violating the league's rules on substance abuse and performance-enhancers.Gordon has been suspended six times in his career.Originally a second-round pick in the 2012 supplemental draft by the Cleveland Browns, Gordon broke through in his second season when he posted career highs with 87 receptions, an NFL-high 1,646 yards and nine touchdown catches. It marked his lone Pro Bowl selection.
Chiefs use franchise tag on LT Orlando Brown

Chiefs use franchise tag on LT Orlando Brown

Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Orlando Brown became the first player tagged in the NFL offseason on Monday.Brown would make approximately $16.5 million on the franchise tag in 2022 if the two sides are unable to work out a long-term deal.Acquired from the Baltimore Ravens for a first-round pick in the 2021 draft, Brown stabilized the left side of the Kansas City offensive line in a focused overhaul of the Chiefs' front wall last offseason.A third-round pick of the Ravens who began his career at right tackle, Brown is a three-time Pro Bowl selection who hiked his value by moving to the left side for the Ravens when Ronnie Stanley (ankle) was lost for the 2020 season.Tagging Brown shifts the attention of general manager Brett Veach to safety Tyrann Mathieu, who is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent next week.Mathieu turns 30 in May and said he would love to be back in Kansas City. But he's also expected to draw significant interest in free agency.
Chiefs bring back Matt Nagy as senior assistant, QB coach

Chiefs bring back Matt Nagy as senior assistant, QB coach

Fired by the Chicago Bears in January, Matt Nagy rejoined the Kansas City Chiefs as a senior assistant and quarterbacks coach.Nagy was the offensive coordinator for the Chiefs before he spent four seasons as head coach of the Bears.Mike Kafka, the Chiefs' quarterbacks coach last season, was named offensive coordinator of the New York Giants.Quarterback Patrick Mahomes said when Nagy left Kansas City that he was influential in helping him "play fast, be myself" in the NFL.
Report: Eric Bieniemy to return as Chiefs' offensive coordinator

Report: Eric Bieniemy to return as Chiefs' offensive coordinator

The Kansas City Chiefs anticipate Eric Bieniemy will return for a fifth season as their offensive coordinator in 2022, FanSided reported Thursday.Bieniemy coached last season on a one-year contract and the two sides have not yet signed a new deal "but belief is it will get done," per the report.Frequently interviewed for head-coaching jobs around the NFL, Bieniemy, 52, was passed over once more in the 2022 hiring cycle.
Chiefs release LB Anthony Hitchens to save $8.4M

Chiefs release LB Anthony Hitchens to save $8.4M

The Kansas City Chiefs released starting linebacker Anthony Hitchens on Tuesday, a move that will save the club roughly $8.4 million against the 2022 salary cap.Hitchens, 29, recorded 80 tackles -- four for loss -- and an interception in 15 starts last season. He started all 59 games he played over four seasons in Kansas City. He also started all 11 of the Chiefs' postseason games in that span."I really enjoyed the opportunity to coach Anthony over the last four years," coach Andy Reid said in a statement. "He's as tough as they come in this league and is a team-first player."

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