Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald, Chiefs FS Eric Berry, Chiefs LB Tamba Hali and Saints SS Roman Harper were all named to the Pro Bowl on Sunday.
For laying the groundwork that enabled the Chiefs to improve from 4-12 in 2009 to 10-6 this season, Kansas City GM Scott Pioli has won the PFW/PFWA NFL Executive of the Year award.
Marc Donovan has been named the new team president of the Chiefs. The move was announced Thursday by team chairman and CEO Clark Hunt.
The Chiefs just completed a campaign in which they went 10-6 and won the AFC West, but GM Scott Pioli is not taking anything for granted in 2011.
The Chiefs have signed LB Eric Bakhtiari.
The Chiefs have signed eight players to their future roster.
With their season coming to an abrupt end after getting throttled by the Ravens in their playoff opener, the Chiefs can now look ahead to areas they need to upgrade this offseason, including right tackle, where Barry Richardson started this ...
The Chiefs had a chance to really make a statement on Sunday. Instead, they did exactly what many Chiefs teams before them had done: lost in the their playoff opener.
Joe Flacco threw two touchdown passes and playoff-savvy Baltimore forced five turnovers to beat the youthful Kansas City Chiefs 30-7 in the NFL playoffs on Sunday.
RB Ray Rice will be the Ravens' offensive centerpiece when they travel to Kansas City, which also will be looking to pound the ball on the ground.
While offensive coordinator Charlie Weis and head coach Todd Haley weren't at each other's throats in Kansas City, we hear that their relationship did have something to do with Weis deciding to leave for the University of Florida.
Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe missed practice Wednesday and was listed on the injury report as having an illness.
The Chiefs have signed free-agent WR Kevin Curtis and placed FS Donald Washington on injured reserve.
PFW examines the Chiefs as they prepare for the playoffs, identifying the keys to the offense and the defense, a player to watch, and what they have to do to win the Super Bowl.
Instead of playing like a team rounding into form as it enters the playoffs, the Chiefs looked more like a bunch of guys hung over from spending the entire week celebrating an AFC West championship.