Tag Archives: Kansas City Chiefs

Colin Kaepernick forms alliance with Nike, President Trump lambasted the move

Kaepernick gets Nike’s support. Blog King, Mass Appeal SAN FRANCISCO — The Helmet Rule. Concussions. National anthem protests. There’s so much going on with the NFL right now. But the league’s most poignant story stems from Nike’s shocking decision to feature former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick as the face of its “Just Do It” 30th anniversary campaign. In ...

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Chiefs giving quarterback Alex Smith the middle finger as regular season looms

Chiefs rebuilding kinda surprising. Mass Appeal Wire Reports KANSAS CITY — Fresh off a majestic 12-4 season that was culminated with a recherché division title, the Kansas City Chiefs are rebuilding a year early and it’s probably not that ridiculous of an idea. See, Chiefs general manager John Dorsey did absolutely nothing in the offseason to improve this year’s club. As ...

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Broncos star Shane Ray calls Kansas City “Murder Factory” in The Players’ Tribune

Broncos star recalls upbringing in KC. Mass Appeal Wire Reports DENVER — Shane Ray, outside linebacker with the Denver Broncos, just penned an article for The Players’ Tribune and the former Mizzou star disseminated some very unflattering stories about his horrific upbringing in Kansas City — a place he calls “The Murder Factory.” When he was 12-years-old, Ray said he ...

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Former Kansas City Chiefs halfback McKnight shot dead during road rage

Joe McKnight shot during road rage. Mass Appeal Wire Reports TERRYTOWN, La. — An eye witness recalled Ronald Gasser stood over ex-NFL player Joe McKnight and fired several shots while screaming “I told you not to fuck with me!” Jefferson Parish Sheriff Newell Normand says it’s a lie. “Mr. Gasser did not stand over Mr. McKnight and fire shots into ...

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Raiders quarterback Derek Carr feelin’ secure behind all black offensive line

Derek Carr is the safest QB in NFL. Mass Appeal Wire Reports OAKLAND — Finally a feel-good story about five black men working together in unison and it has nothing to do with basketball. If you’re African-American, you’d probably be wise to become an aficionado of Pro Bowl quarterback Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders. Why? Because Jack Del Rio’s boys are idiosyncratic in that ...

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