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Le'Veon Bell doesn't believe Chiefs HC Andy Reid wishes him well

At this point, it's unclear why Bell has a problem with Reid. His continued shots toward the Chiefs boss won't help him earn a contract with another NFL team, and he could only be hurting his chances.

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John Dixon

Projecting the 2021 Chiefs offensive line 3.0

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Continuing to seek answers to the offseason’s biggest questions.

I’ve now made two projections for how the Kansas City Chiefs offensive line will shake out in Week 1 of the 2021 season. In the first one (published here on April 8), there was a lot of uncertainty about how things would shake out. There was less uncertainty for the second projection on May 4, which followed the first phase of free agency and the NFL Draft.

Now that OTAs and...

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Tom Childs

Arrowheadlines: Joe Thuney ranked amongst the NFL’s top interior linemen

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Chiefs headlines for Monday, June 21

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Ranking NFL’s top 10 offensive linemen for 2021: David Bakhtiari, Quenton Nelson headline star-studded group | CBS Sports

5. Joe Thuney, Chiefs

Thuney has been among the game’s top left guards for quite some time and is now he’s being paid like one. After playing the 2020 season on the franchise tag with the Patriots, the former third-round pick entered free agency and inked a five-year, $80 million...

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Kansas City Chiefs confident in their running backs without Le'Veon Bell

The Chiefs have backs Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Darrel Williams, Jerick McKinnon and Darwin Thompson, and Patrick Mahomes says all can catch it.

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Patrick Mahomes, Brittany Matthews Get Frisky On Boat (Video)

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes always delivers on the field. Although his team came up short in their quest for a title this year, two Super Bowl runs in as many seasons is nothing to scoff at.

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Chiefs fan gets mistaken for Andy Reid at Royals game

The man impersonating Reid is Matt Black. He said he first started dressing up as the Chiefs head coach in 2018 for Halloween.

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What we learned about the Chiefs this week

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Taking a look at the week of June 14 on Arrowhead Pride...

Le’Veon Bell apologizes for posting remarks about Andy Reid

Over the weekend, the former Kansas City Chiefs running back had started a controversy by saying on Instagram that he’d “rather retire” than once again play for the Chiefs’ head coach. On Monday, we covered Bell walking back his original remarks.

On Sunday evening, however, Bell addressed his Instagram reply on Twitter, saying...

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Arrowheadlines: The Chiefs’ most ‘intriguing’ project player

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Chiefs headlines for Saturday, June 19

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QB Patrick Mahomes wants S Tyrann Mathieu with Chiefs for ‘as long as I’m here’ | NFL.com

Due $14.55 million in base salary this upcoming season, Mathieu is entering the last year of his contract. The 29-year-old Mathieu is currently the fifth-highest-paid safety in terms of total value at $42 million and sixth in average per year at $14 million. While still playing at a high level, it’s questionable that...

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Finalists announced for Muhammad Ali Award

Honorees Anthony Rizzo, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Layshia Clarendon and Titus O'Neil will be recognized for their community service at the Sports Humanitarian Awards on July 12.

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Andy Reid wraps offseason workouts and looks forward to training camp

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The head coach met with the local media for the final time until late July on Thursday.

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid concluded the team’s offseason programs with a Zoom press conference on Thursday. The next time the head coach is expected to speak to local media members will be when training camp begins in late July.

Among many other things that made this offseason unique was the struggle between the league and players association (NFLPA)...

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Pete Sweeney

ESPN’s Louis Riddick hints Chiefs are especially high on 3 rookies

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Some key notes came down from the Monday Night Football commentator.

When ESPN’s Louis Riddick tweets something about the Kansas City Chiefs, it’s worth paying special attention. The man who coined Patrick Mahomes’ “Ferrari” nickname was the pro personnel director for the Philadelphia Eagles from 2010-12, the same period that an up-and-coming scout named Brett Veach was in the building.

Riddick tweeted about...

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Pete Sweeney

Congrats are in order for LDT — a Humanitarian Award finalist

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Congratulations and good luck to the “Canadian Doctor” of the Kansas City Chiefs!

Congratulations are in order for Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, who has been officially named a finalist for the 2021 Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award.

Congrats to @LaurentDTardif on being a finalist for the 2021 Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award! pic.twitter.com/CcPBavvu92

— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) June 17,...

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Sammy Watkins wasn’t the Chiefs’ No. 2 wide receiver

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Our series continues with a discussion about losing Watkins to the Baltimore Ravens.

In the second installment of our new series, we take another contrarian position, arguing the other side of the takes we may be seeing in social media and from national pundits on the Kansas City Chiefs. This week, we’re taking on the belief that Sammy Watkins was the No. 2 wide receiver in 2020, and he will need to be replaced.

The current...

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Tom Childs

Arrowheadlines: Mike Pennel signs with the Chicago Bears

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Chiefs headlines for Friday, June 18

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Former Chiefs lineman Mike Pennel signs with Chicago Bears | Arrowhead Addict

Pennel originally signed with the Chiefs nearly two years ago as a midseason addition during the team’s championship run of ’19. His addition immediately helped to solidify the run defense as the entire unit took a turn toward the better under Steve Spagnuolo in his first season as the team’s defensive coordinator (after the team...

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Chiefs Sign WR Darrius Shepherd, Cut OL Martinas Rankin

The Chiefs are swapping an offensive lineman for a wideout. Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports (via Twitter) that the team has signed wide receiver Darrius Shepherd and released offensive lineman Martinas Rankin.

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Bears sign veteran DT Mike Pennel to one-year deal

Mike Pennel has found his next gig. The veteran defensive tackle is signing a one-year deal with the Bears.

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Tyrann Mathieu Discusses Chiefs Future: 'I Can't See Me Wearing Any Other Uniform'

Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu has found his forever home in the NFL and he doesn't plan on leaving anytime soon. Speaking to reporters on Thursday,...

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No doubt: Mathieu wants to finish career in KC

Tyrann Mathieu removed all doubt about what he wants his football future to be when he said Thursday that it's at the top of his priority list to finish his career with the Chiefs.

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Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes sees no problems moving forward after toe surgery

The 25-year-old should be available for preseason action, but it remains to be seen how much he'll do during those meaningless exhibitions.

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John Dixon

Patrick Mahomes details shooting Madden cover with Tom Brady

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Both Mahomes and Brady are on the cover of this year’s edition — and the Chiefs quarterback talked about the photo shoot with his rival.

On Thursday morning — as we expected — EA Sports announced that Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady would grace the cover of the “Madden 22” video game.

So when Mahomes appeared before reporters in a Zoom conference call later that morning, reporters...

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