- Where Does the Chiefs Running Backs Group Rank Among NFL Teams?
It doesn't take an expert to recognize talent in the run game, particularly coming off a season like the Kansas City Chiefs had in 2015.
After the season-ending injury to running back Jamaal Charles in Week 5, Charcandrick West and Spencer Ware combined for 1,000 yards and 10 touchdowns in the final 10 regular season games of what ultimately became a historical season for the Chiefs.
- Chiefs Put Own Stamp on New "Rookie Transition Program"
Back in April, the NFL announced a change to the rookie symposium that had existed in place for the last 19 years.
Before, the symposium, which was designed to help rookies successfully transition to the pros, was only open to drafted rookies. A new format, called the "rookie transition" program, would effectively change that.
- NFL Network Projects Jamaal Charles to be a Top Fantasy Contributor in 2016
NFL Network's "NFL Fantasy Live" has been counting down the top 50 fantasy players of 2016.
In the five-part series, experts and analysts at NFL Network complied aggregated rankings to forecast the fantasy landscape in 2016.
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- Eric Berry Recognized as "Best Comeback Athlete" at ESPYS
It isn't every day that a Kansas City Chiefs player is recognized not only for overcoming a life-threating circumstance, but also transcending sports to become a worldwide inspiration.
Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry did just that Wednesday night at the 24th annual ESPY Awards, where he was named this year's "Best Comeback Athlete."