7/9 Headlines: Otis Taylor Down the Sideline

Posted Jul 9, 2014

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Chiefs top plays: Taylor down the sideline

Excerpt from

“This is one of three nominations for the most memorable play in Kansas City Chiefs history. Previously we featured 65 Toss Power Trap in Super Bowl IV, and next we'll look at Joe Montana’s touchdown pass to Willie Davis in the final seconds that lifted the Chiefs to a classic "Monday Night Football" victory over John Elway and the Denver Broncos in 1994. Please vote for your choice as the Chiefs’ most memorable play.

Score: Chiefs 23, Vikings 7
Date: Jan. 11, 1970 Site: Tulane Stadium.” READ MORE…

The W-L Game, Chiefs Edition: Is the Andy Gang 'doomed' to finish .500?

Excerpt from Fox Sports Kansas City

“KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- First, if 9-0 happens again, run to the gas station and snatch up a lotto ticket, pronto. A first month that includes trips to Denver, Miami and San Francisco all but guarantees that the Kansas City Chiefs' magic carpet ride of 2013 will be replaced by a road with all kinds of #$*(*&@ potholes.

And take a peek at December: At Arizona, at Pittsburgh…” READ MORE…

Fan's love for the Chiefs is written all over his body

Excerpt from KCTV5

“There are Kansas City Chiefs fans and there are Chiefs fans. And one man wears his fandom on his sleeve, literally.

‘There has never been a fan like me,’ said Kansas City native Dalton Meeks…” READ MORE…

Photos of the Great Joe Delaney

Griffons Empty Locker Room for Chiefs

Excerpt from Ozarks First

“ST. JOSEPH, Mo--Football season is right around the corner.

In fact the Kansas City Chiefs will report to camp in a little more than two weeks…” READ MORE…

NFL star Abdullah trains kids at Aspire Academy

Excerpt from The Peninsula

“Doha: Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Husain Abdullah imparted some basic American style football skills to Qatari kids and teenagers as part of the Aspire Zone’s Ramadan activities at Aspire Dome here yesterday.

‘It’s an honour to be part of the Ramadan Sports Festival and I am very impressed by what I have seen here so far,’ said Abdullah, who has competed in the National Football League (NFL) for several years and played for the Minnesota Vikings before joining the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013…” READ MORE…

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Aaron Murray did not get a rose on ‘The Bachelorette’

Excerpt from The Washington Post

“Because nothing says “SPORTS!” like “OMG, DID YOU SEE ‘THE BACHELORETTE’ LAST NIGHT?” Well, you’re going to have to deal with it because these two worlds collided Monday night when newly drafted Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Aaron Murray showed up on screen.

If you’re unfamiliar with the evergreen ABC program, here’s the gist: Roughly 25 men vie for the heart of one woman until there is just one man left holding the show’s ubiquitous talisman, a single red rose. One of those men this season happens to be Josh Murray, Aaron’s older brother and a former minor league baseball player. Josh managed to woo Andi Dorfman, the bachelorette, for enough episodes to lure her to his home town to meet his family, hence Aaron’s cameo…” READ MORE…

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ProFootballTalk - @ProFootballTalk: Longtime NBC broadcaster Bob Trumpy to receive 2014 Rozelle Award

Peter King - @SI_PeterKing: Here is @DangeRussWilson on the different world of a black QB today. The latest in our NFL 95 series ... … @Seahawks

NFL: AroundTheLeague - @NFL_ATL: Our Making the Leap series continues with No. 3: Cardinals RB Andre Ellington …

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