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Goodbye Zack Greinke, Hello Royals Players of the Future
The Kansas City Royals traded their best and most marketable player this weekend, and there isn't a fan in Kansas City that shouldn't be ecstatic about it.
Royals general manager Dayton Moore has been entertaining offers for 2009 Cy Young winner Zack Greinke all offseason, and he finally found a deal he couldn't pass up.
In trading Greinke and shortstop Yuniesky Betancourt to the Milwaukee ...
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The NFL’s Top 10 Quarterbacks…They Aren’t Who You Think They Are
If you've been a football fan for a while, you've likely engaged at least once in the debate of "Who's the greatest quarterback of all-time?"
Was it Montana with all his rings?
What about Elway?
Marino?
Favre?
Brady?
Manning?
Depending on the logic you choose to use, all of those current or future Hall of Famers have exhibited a level of "greatness" that most quarterbacks can't come...
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Texans Provide a Make or Break Opportunity for Chiefs' Cassel
In Kansas City’s 3-1 start to the season, no other Chiefs’ player has been ridiculed and questioned more than quarterback Matt Cassel.

For Cassel, the heat is probably well deserved considering he ranks 25th in passer rating and 30th in completion percentage. You would expect both numbers to be much better considering he’s only been sacked a league low three times.

If Cassel wants to prove to ...
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Chiefs Fans Are Nuts About DE Shaun Smith
The Chiefs have had two defensive linemen in recent memory that have worn the number 90 and had the name “Smith” on the back of their jersey. Neil Smith was selected second overall in the 1988 draft out of Nebraska and was a six-time Pro Bowler. Shaun Smith, on the other hand, was an undrafted free agent out of the University of South Carolina in 2003 who at the age of 29 is a journeyman who has s... (continue)
Letter From Kansas City Chiefs Fans: Thank You Romeo!
Dear Romeo Crennel,
 
Let me start out by saying, “Thank you!” for what you've done with the Chiefs defense this season.
 
I'm not sure if you realize this or not, but the blue collar defensive-minded fans in Kansas City have been waiting for you and this year's defense since Marty Schottenheimer resigned way back in 1999. For more than a decade under Schottenheimer, Chiefs fans filled...
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Monday Night Matchup: Keys to Victory in Chiefs Vs Chargers Week 1 Finale
Some NFL fans around the country, particularly those on the east coast, may choose to skip Monday night's late game between division foes Kansas City and San Diego. After all, the Chargers have won their last four games against the Chiefs and most experts have already penciled them in to win a fifth consecutive AFC West title. 
So the outcome of the week one fina...
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