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The stretch begins in Week 11 at New England, on “Monday Night Football.” After that, the Chiefs face the Pittsburgh Steelers at Arrowhead Stadium on “Sunday Night Football,” then have road games against the Chicago Bears and New York Jets. The task concludes at home against the Packers in Week 15.

Maybe the Rams and Chiefs are going to be good enough to show more promise, but the schedule just might not allow it to show up in the standings.

The Kansas City Chiefs announced ticket package information and onsale dates for the 2011 season today. The ticket packages offer fans the flexibility to choose one, two, five or a full 10-game season at Arrowhead, which features three nationally-televised, primetime games in 2011. Chiefs Season Ticket and Pick 5 packages are currently on sale and the 2-pack option will go on sale to Jackson County taxpayers on Monday, April 25.

Hampton defensive lineman Kenrick Ellis visited the Arizona Cardinals today.

Ellis has previously visited the Kansas City Chiefs, Indianapolis Colts, New York Jets, Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys.

He also has a visit with the Denver Broncos.

And he has previously worked out for the New England Patriots.

Part of it is the club’s national appeal, as the Patriots will appear on ESPN’s “Monday Night Football” twice (Week 1 at the Dolphins; Week 12 vs. the Kansas City Chiefs) and on NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” twice (Week 10 at the Jets; Week 13 vs. Indianapolis Colts). In addition, there are eight games scheduled for 4:15 p.m., which positions the Patriots for more national exposure.

Topics: Kansas City Chiefs

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