A look back from the 45th annual 101 Awards held February 28th in Kansas City, where the top players and coaches in the NFL were honored for the 2015 season.
In celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday, Chiefs President Mark Donovan and Tight End Travis Kelce, along with other members of the Chiefs organization, visited local schools to teach them about the importance of reading.
Members of the Kansas City Chiefs Caring Team including current players, ambassadors and front office staff visited local schools to read to students.
It was an electric environment for this Monday Night Matchup in Kansas City, as the 1-2 Chiefs hosted the 2-1 Patriots. The Chiefs were coming off a big victory in Miami in Week 3, and sought to continue their success against the AFC East, and the eventual Super Bowl Champions, in the New England Patriots.
You can never count the Patriots out of any game. So when New England finally got some points on the board, it was up to the Chiefs to respond with a drive of their own.
New England QB Tom Brady is a future Hall-of-Famer, but that didn’t mean the Chiefs weren’t up for the challenge defensively. Here’s a look at some of the success the Chiefs defenders had against the Patriots.
NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah, Brian Billick and Charles Davis break down which wide receivers looked the most promising at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine.
The Chiefs were welcoming back Jamaal Charles from an injury two weeks earlier…just in time to face a very tough Patriots defense. See how Kansas City’s offense was able to move the ball against a defense that hadn’t allowed a touchdown in seven straight quarters.
Check out University of Washington nose tackle Danny Shelton face off virtually against Kansas City Chiefs nose tackle Dontari Poe in the 40-yard dash simulcam simulation.