Chiefs news: Dave Toub, Mr. Walkoff and more

Here's all the latest Chiefs news on a wintry Saturday.

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The team's repeat Super Bowl victory is nearly one week old at this point, but that has hardly stopped the Kansas City Chiefs from making news of all kinds with organizational transactions, player activities, charitable endeavors, and more.

The lead news item heading into the weekend was the Chiefs' ability to lock up special teams coordinator Dave Toub, who is also the team's assistant head coach, to a new contract extension.

Toub is the latest coach to re-up for more time together as a staff member alongside Andy Reid. In the last week, the team has also signed defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo to an extension as well as defensive line coach Joe Cullen.

The move ensures that the team will move forward into 2024 and perhaps beyond with the full cast of leaders that have helped lead the Chiefs to consecutive Super Bowl titles. It's a bit ridiculous that the Chiefs have lost minimal staff members to other teams during such a prolific time, but no one in K.C. is complaining about the strong organizational structure.

Mecole is Mr. Walkoff

We're here for Mecole Hardman getting the chance to bask in his Super Bowl moment for as long as possible. One week after catching the game-winning score for the Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII in overtime, he was playing in the NBA's Celebrity All-Star Game as part of the league's All-Star weekend festivities.

Check out his special uniform here:

Mr. Walkoff has a ring to it—literally.

Mahomes family visits victims

Both Patrick and Brittany Mahomes spent time at Children's Mercy Hospital in recent days to encourage the children who were injured during the tragic shooting during the Chiefs victory parade on Wednesday.

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce also contributed $100K to the memorial fund for Lisa Lopez-Galvan as much-needed support in the wake of the shooting. Lopez-Galvan was the lone fatality from the shooting that also injured 22 others.