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John Dixon

Chiefs great Johnny Robinson named Seniors Finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame

It’s been a long time coming for the former Chiefs safety

This news has been a long time coming.

On Friday, the Pro Football Hall of Fame announced that legendary Kansas City Chiefs safety Johnny Robinson is the Seniors Finalist for 2019, which means he could voted into the Hall of Fame this February.

Former @Chiefs safety Johnny Robinson was selected by the HOF's Seniors Committee earlier today as the Seniors Finalist for the Class of 2019. #PFHOF19 pic.twitter.com/73rVTQYDlF

— Pro...

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Craig Stout

Arrowhead Pride Beer of the Week: BKS Artisan Ales Sum of Things IV IPA

Looking for something new to drink this weekend in Kansas City? Come let Craig show you a new spot to hit and a new beer to try!

Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of the Beer of the Week!

As always, the Beer of the Week is originally presented on the Arrowhead Pride Tailgate on 610 Sports Radio as part of my “Defense and Beer of the Week” segment.

After hitting Kansas City’s biggest brewery in a video edition of the Beer of the Week last week, this week’s edition will...

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Former Chiefs safety Johnny Robinson is seniors candidate for Hall of Fame

The Pro Football’s Hall of Fame has nominated former Chiefs safety Johnny Robinson as this year’s seniors nominee. Robinson, who played from 1960-1971, spent his entire career with the Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs as the franchise transitioned from the AFL to the NFL. Robinson retired with 57 career interceptions, and led the AFL with 10 [more]

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Pete Sweeney

You’re better than this, Falcons

The Falcons production department posted “We Ain’t in Kansas No Mo” to its in-stadium video screen.

Friend of Arrowhead Pride Dani Welniak of KCTV5 posted this gem to her official Twitter account on Thursday night:

The Falcons have these signs up on their video boards. “We ain’t in Kansas no Mo.” pic.twitter.com/z3IRv5czwn

— Dani Welniak (@KCTVDani) August 16, 2018

The Atlanta Falcons production department posted, “We Ain’t in Kansas No Mo” to its video board at...

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Kent Swanson

Five things to watch against the Falcons

Watching the game Friday night? Here’s what to focus on.

There are mini-milestones between the NFL Draft and the regular season that keep fans mildly entertained. The rookie minicamps right after the draft give you first reports on what the new players look like. OTAs might bring a new name or two some attention that you weren’t expecting. The first day of training camp. The first preseason game.

All those are past us, and being tempted with sort-of football loses it’s luster quick....

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Pete Sweeney

Chiefs vs. Falcons time, TV schedule, odds, streaming, picks, announcers and more

The Chiefs battle the Falcons in their second preseason game of the 2018 season Friday night at Mercedes-Benz Stadium

We have a rarity on our hands—a Chiefs game day on a Friday night.

The Kansas City Chiefs travel to Atlanta Friday night to take on the Falcons in their second preseason game of the season. Head coach Andy Reid has said that quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the first-team offense will play the entire first half.

One of the stories coming out of the game last week was how...

ESPN.com - Kansas City Chiefs

Chiefs know pass-protection problems will limit Patrick Mahomes

The Chiefs missed on a big play during the first preseason game because of protection issues. They're not crying about it, but they do need to fix it.

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Aly Trost

Arrowheadlines: Patrick Mahomes has “intestinal fortitude” to run ‘18 offense

Chiefs headlines for Friday, August 17.

The latest

Every NFL team’s most critical player/coach for 2018 | USA Today

Kansas City Chiefs: Andy Reid. This was a difficult choice between head coach Andy Reid and quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who is taking over from Alex Smith as starting quarterback. Ultimately, it will be up to Reid to make sure Mahomes can be successful in his first year under center. The Chiefs have arguably the most exciting collection of offensive weapons, and Reid will...

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John Dixon

Third Shift Open Thread

The Chiefs play the Falcons in Atlanta Friday night in the second preseason game. Let’s talk about it.

Or not. Time’s yours.

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Chiefs’ first-team offense will play entire first half

After the Chiefs’ first-team offense failed to score on two possessions in the first preseason game, coach Andy Reid said, “Too many mistakes with this game, but that’s what the preseason is for.” Apparently, the Chiefs coach wants to see more out of them this week. Patrick Mahomes and the starting offensive unit will play [more]

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Could we see the Chiefs use more vertical route concepts against the Falcons on Friday night?

These route concepts are a good way to attack Atlanta’s defense, so expect to see more of them.

Patrick Mahomes took over as the quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs this year, and that change came with certain expectations.

Among the most common is that the Chiefs will be “more fun to watch” to their fans — or fans of football in general. Mahomes is known as a gunslinger — a QB who isn’t afraid to take chances, and will sling The Duke all over the field.

He has all the natural...

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Gary McKenzie

Actually, Patrick Mahomes’ rookie contract won’t help the Chiefs win more games

A counterpoint for a common narrative accepted in Kansas City sports.

Over the past few years while writing for this lovely site, I’ve heard the following sentiment many, many times:

Rookie quarterbacks and their cheap contracts help teams succeed. Teams with cheap quarterbacks can carry an additional player which they may not have been able to afford with a veteran quarterback. That extra player really helps push teams over the hump.

All this is relevant right now because Patrick Mahomes...

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Checking in on former Chiefs safety Ron Parker ahead of Friday night

The Chiefs will see Parker, now a member of the Atlanta Falcons, on Friday night The Kansas City Chiefs take on the Atlanta Falcons in their second preseason game of the season on Friday night at 6 p.m. Arrowhead Time, meaning we’ll have an opportunity to check in on an old friend—safety Ron Parker. The Chiefs cut Parker this offseason after five seasons with the club, a move that saved the team nearly $5 million in cap (but one it may be second-guessing now). Parker caught on with the...

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John Dixon

Never forget that NFL coaches look at preseason games differently than we do

It’s fun to have opinions about what happens in preseason, but we just don’t see it the same way coaches do

Please... take a breath. It’s all going to be OK.

It happens every preseason, but it’s still always amazing to watch NFL fans — specifically Kansas City Chiefs fans — lose their minds after the first preseason game.

It doesn’t matter if the Chiefs win or lose the game. There’s always something that gets people riled up, and ready to write off the whole season —...

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Pete Sweeney

Chiefs’ second depth chart shows offensive line position shakeup

The chart, released by the Chiefs’ PR department, is considered “unofficial.”

The Kansas City Chiefs released the second version of their depth chart earlier this week as they get ready to take on the Atlanta Falcons on Friday night at 6 p.m. Arrowhead Time.

As a reminder, the chart is considered “unofficial,” though it is reviewed by the team before release. Here is the first version of the chart.

Here is the second (unofficial) #Chiefs depth chart of the season:...

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Aly Trost

Arrowheadlines: Who will win out as the Chiefs’ No. 2 running back?

Chiefs headlines for Thursday, August 16.

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2018 fantasy football draft tiers: Quarterbacks | NFL

Tier Four - Rounds 13-15

Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs

Notes: Goff ranked 12th in fantasy points among quarterbacks a season ago, but did he hit his ceiling in an offense that will lean on Todd Gurley and the run? To me, he’s a ‘tweener at tiers three and four. ... Mahomes has a high ceiling with his big arm and big weapons as the new head man in Kansas City, but his lack of...

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Safety Robert Golden says he’s no longer with the Chiefs

Safety Robert Golden signed a free agent deal with the Kansas City Chiefs in April after spending the first six seasons of his career with the Pittsburgh Steelers. But after a lone preseason game with the Chiefs, Golden has apparently decided he no longer wants to play in Kansas City. Golden said in a pair [more]

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Pete Sweeney

Robert Golden: “I am no longer a Kansas City Chief”

It looks like the seven-year veteran left the team, according to his official Twitter account.

Safety Robert Golden is no longer a member of the Kansas City Chiefs, according to two tweets from his official Twitter account.

I am no longer a Kansas City Chief. Although I appreciate the opportunity that organization gave me, the fit was not ideal for me. Look forward to being in a better situation here in the near future!

— Robert Golden (@R0bG0lden) August 16, 2018

Life is too...

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Pete Sweeney

Third shift open thread

What’s up?

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John Dixon

Inside “Hawaiian Shirt Day,” and the first Arrowhead Pride training camp meetup

We had a blast! And you should absolutely, positively join us in 2019.

On Saturday, we had our first official Arrowhead Pride Meetup at Kansas City Chiefs Training Camp in St. Joseph, Missouri, which was arranged to coincide with the third annual “Arrowhead Pride Hawaiian Shirt Day” — originally organized by a small group of dedicated AP users.

If you follow any Arrowhead Pride on Twitter, you may already know some of what went on. But I’d like to expand on that a little.


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