Dec 29, 2013; San Diego, CA, USA; Kansas City Chiefs running back Knile Davis (34) celebrates his 2nd quarter touchdown run against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stan Liu-USA TODAY Sports
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Here’s all that’s happening around Chiefs Kingdom today.
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Adam Teicher lets us know how the Chiefs can find an elite receiver.
"So how do the Chiefs go about finding an elite receiver of their own? Let’s use Williamson’s list as a guide. First, they’ll probably have to draft and develop him. None of the 14 true No. 1 receivers he lists has played for an NFL team other than the one he’s on now."
65 Toss Power Trap Productions received an honor at the New York Festivals International TV & Film Awards.
"The Chiefs received one Silver and one Bronze World Medal at the annual gala in Las Vegas on Tuesday evening. They were in good company, as other finalists included CNN, HBO, CBS Sports, other NFL teams, ESPN and more."
Herm Edwards will be speaking at Truman State on Saturday.
"Herman Edwards is scheduled to speak Saturday at 8 p.m. in Baldwin Hall Auditorium to talk about the need to create a life plan, the importance of service and giving back to your community."
Arrowhead Pride compares Alex Smith to the rest of the NFL starting quarterbacks one-by-one.
"Like any smart manager, I’m starting Alex off with an easy win, but one that represents just LITTLE danger. Basically, Geno Smith represents everything Alex Smith doesn’t. He throws a solid deep ball and is willing to take chances, but throws almost twice as many picks as TDs. Geno may have a lot of potential, but Alex is the clear winner here."
Two non-football GIFs:
– Billy Hamilton scored on this. …Can he play wide receiver?
– Jeff Withey planned for his pass to work out this way.