Whenever the Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs got together for the better part of a half decade, as they will for their 100th regular-season meeting Sunday, it was simply referred to as an AFC matchup.
These days, they could call it the Belichick Bowl.
“Tamba has stated to me on numerous occasions that he’d like to retire a Kansas City Chief,” Hali’s agent, Brian Mackler, told The Kansas City Star. “I had discussions with the Chiefs at the beginning of the season, and we both agreed we’d wait to see how the season progressed for the Chiefs and for Tamba. The ball is in their court.”
“When it was dad’s turn, he did not hesitate in responding with Arrowhead Stadium,” Clark said. “After a little prodding from the other guests, he went on to explain that no place on Earth brought him more joy than the home of the Chiefs.”
With hybrid pass-rusher Robert Ayers sidelined for the last month, the Broncos have scrapped their 3-4 look in favor of their old scheme that features four defensive linemen and three linebackers.
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