The Kansas City Chiefs host a luncheon for cancer patients of the University of Kansas Health System.
Matt McMullen caught up with Chiefs President Mark Donovan to talk about this summer's International Champions Cup match at Arrowhead
The Chiefs launched their NFL FLAG program at three Olathe schools on Monday. The Chiefs anticipate engaging over 15,000 local kids through the program over the next year.
Graham McMorrow visited Arrowhead to watch the Chiefs play the Broncos. Kendall Fuller showed up to Graham's football practice to say thanks and give Graham a special surprise.
Team Smile, an organization co-founded by Dustin Colquitt, provided dental care for 300 children at Arrowhead Stadium.
Chiefs Offensive Linemen spend time with women battling cancer at the Look Good Feel Better event hosted at Arrowhead Stadium.
The 48th annual 101 Awards, the nation?s longest-running salute to professional football, took place on Saturday once again recognizing the best of the best in the NFL. The Awards, which have honored many of the NFL?s greatest players and coaches since its founding in 1969, are voted on by a committee of 101 media members from across the country.
BJ Kissel speaks with Peyton Manning about the 101 Awards and his relationship with Coach Andy Reid.
Mike Brown and Mark Donovan speak to the media, announcing the honorees for the 101 Awards hosted in Kansas City.
Rookie RB Kareem Hunt took to the Raytown Police Department to spread some holiday cheer.
Alex Smith speaks to the media about his presents for the offensive lineman, having playmakers on offense and getting ready to face the Miami Dolphins.
Teachers, Beth Davey and Sam Neill, are recognized as the Chiefs Teachers of the Year and surprised with Super Bowl 52 tickets.
Watch as the Fan of the Game is surprised with tickets to Super Bowl 52.
The Chiefs Rookie Club will continue a tradition at the Children?s Center Campus during its annual holiday outreach visit.
Some of the Chiefs players took their kids to Main Event on Monday to play some games and eat some pizza away from the field.
On Tuesday afternoon, Linebacker Reggie Ragland surprised a family by bringing a turkey and other food items to their house for Thanksgiving.
The Chiefs Community Caring Team, led by the team?s tight ends, joined representatives from Farmland Foods, the Kansas City Steak Company, Harvesters and Hy-Vee to officially kick off the Chiefs Kingdom Food Drive on Tuesday by assembling holiday meal boxes.
The Kansas City Chiefs hosted their third-annual Chiefs Kids Club Trick-or-Treat Bash at Arrowhead Stadium as a benefit for children who are enrolled in the organization?s Kids Club and for children involved with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Also, the Chiefs hosted a Special Olympics Fantasy Camp event at Arrowhead Stadium. This Fantasy Camp featured a series of skill stations focusing on NFL FLAG and Play60 benchmarks.
A smoker for more than 50 years, Bettye opted to do a low dose CT scan. Following the scan, The University of Kansas Hospital was able to diagnose her lung cancer at an early stage, where outcomes are better.
Corina is a young mother and found out she had stage 4 colon cancer after the birth of her second baby. She?s currently on an early phase clinical trial receiving immunotherapy and is doing really well.
The Chiefs hosted the sixth annual Chiefs Style Lounge with Tavia Hunt and several Chiefs players. The event helped kick off the 12th semi-annual Kansas City Fashion Week season at Union Station. The show featured current Chiefs players, as well as members of the Chiefs Women?s Organization and current Chiefs Cheerleaders walking the runway.
In honor of the NFL?s Crucial Catch initiative, the Chiefs will host a Look Good Feel Better event for local women along with The University of Kansas Health System and the American Cancer Society.
Donald Hall is a prostate cancer survivor.
The NFL's Crucial Catch initiative emphasizes the importance of early detection and risk deduction of cancer. The Chiefs will dedicate this Sunday's game against the Steelers to that effort while honoring 7 survivors from different types of cancers.
Members of the Chiefs Community Caring Team, including the Chiefs Rookie Club, Chiefs Cheerleaders and KC Wolf interacted with approximately 75 YMCA Challenger youth at the YMCA Challenger Sports Complex.