Four teams are still winless.
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After last week’s inaugural “Suck for Luck” Power(less) Rankings, Matt from <a href="http://warmingglow.uproxx.com">Warming Glow</a> was upset that I didn’t include a Seattle Seahawks logo on the banner image, and I thought that I should explain the exclusion since he can beat me up.
In a pro football world where wearing high-top cleats to honor the passing of Johnny Unitas can earn you a <a href="http://espn.go.com/chrismortensen/s/2002/0917/1432826.html">$25,000 fine</a>, it shouldn't come as a huge surprise that players hoping to wear red, white and blue gear on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 is a punishable offense.
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel led his team to an AFC West title last season.
Back in May, Miami played host to the annual Exxxotica convention, which is basically Comic Con for porn enthusiasts.
I receive a lot of emails from readers, happy or angry fans of this or that team, and mostly bill collectors who wonder why we don't write more about a sport, or why I hate on certain athletes so much, or why I won't pay my student loan, and I mostly ignore them because none of them are nice enough to include nude pics of their sisters.
If anyone was watching the <a href="http://scores.espn.go.com/nfl/boxscore?gameId=310109012">Ravens-Chiefs game</a> Sunday, you might have noticed that the Chiefs offense wasn't as good in the second half than the first.
When it comes to powerhouse sports rivalries, us East Coast media elitists tend to concentrate on the big names, meaning that timeless rivalries like the Cleveland Browns and the Kansas City Chiefs go largely unnoticed and unloved.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has made a name for himself with his ability to literally drop the ball, and now he’s expanding his repertoire into the figurative realm.
"Time to separate the platinum from the white gold/Right from the door/The real from the fake, Ready rock from the raw.
Quite a bit went down in between Sundays in the NFL as ESPN actually filled its airwaves with news and highlights instead of spouting off randomness.
Well it looks like <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/larry-johnson">LJ27</a> will have plenty of time to prep that demo for Roc Nation as he's been released from the Kansas City Chiefs, subsequently due to some <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2009/10/chiefs-rb-larry-johnson-suspended-for-gay-slur-on-twitter">disparaging remarks on his Twitter account</a>.
<a href="http://is.gd/4QZ0d">Word is out</a> that the Kansas City Chiefs have officially parted ways with their petulant running back, Larry Johnson.
Kansas City Chiefs running back and noted petulant bastard Larry Johnson was suspended for two weeks after calling random people the British slang word for "cigarette.
Oh, the power of words, or pwr ov wrds if you're speaking the Twitter language.
Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson is a terrific fantasy back, but his career has been plagued by these weird fits of complacency that seem to hamper his production from time to time, not so much now as earlier in his career.
Todd Haley has had it with Chan Gailey's foolishness; the Kansas City Chiefs head coach fired his offensive coordinator today, two days after Matt Cassel suffered a ligament sprain in his knee scrambling out of the pocket in the first quarter of the team's third preseason game.
Ashley Stewart, the woman who was the target of Larry Johnson's alleged drink-spitting incident, is now s<a href="http://www.kansascity.com/385/story/883982.html" target="_blank">uing the Chiefs running back</a>.
Chiefs running back Larry Johnson was suspended by the team for Sunday's game for violating unspecified team rules.