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Kansas City could be the site of a 2020 comeback for free agent wide receiver Dez Bryant.

On Sunday night, the All-Pro receiver was asked by a fan on Twitter about a comeback to his former team, the Dallas Cowboys. While Bryant did confirm that he would entertain a reunion in Dallas next season, he also listed the Kansas City Chiefs among four other contenders he is open to playing for.

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The 31-year-old wideout hasn’t played meaningful NFL football in two years. Bryant did sign with the New Orleans Saints in November 2018, however, a torn Achilles tendon during his second practice with the team ended his season before it could even begin.

Prior to New Orleans, Bryant spent his entire seven-year career with the Cowboys who selected the Oklahoma State product with the first round (24th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft. Named to three Pro Bowls throughout his career, the 6’2,” 220-pound playmaker has 531 receptions, 7,459 yards and 73 touchdowns to his name – including a career-high 16 scores during his only All-Pro campaign in 2014.

Back on July 30, Bryant tweeted that he has “no interest in playing football right now,” citing his mental health as a contributing factor in the decision.

About a month later, the Cowboys all-time receiving touchdown leader tweeted that he’d turned down a lucrative multi-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens, again citing his mental and physical health. The tweet has since been deleted.

“I turned down 30+ million from the ravens… all because how I felt and I wasn’t going to disrespect their organization and myself,” Bryant wrote on August 25. “I know what I can do if my mind and body is on the right track.”

In early November, however, Bryant shared that he was a couple weeks away from reaching out to NFL teams looking to boost their receiving corps. Given his current status as a free agent, it appears that no team took him up on his offer.

Outside of 1,200+ receiving yards from All-Pro TE Travis Kelce, Kansas City has relied on major contributions from five primary receivers this season – Tyreek Hill (799), Sammy Watkins (665), Mecole Hardman (508), Demarcus Robinson (425), and Byron Pringle (170).

With Kelce under contract through the 2021 season and speedsters Hill and Hardman signed until 2023, the Chiefs’ core pass catchers should remain intact for at least two more seasons. Following the conclusion of the 2019 season, the 25-year-old Robinson, who has put together a career year, is the only core receiver projected to become an unrestricted free agent.

The wild card that could determine the need for Dez Bryant’s services, however, is Sammy Watkins. Speculation surrounding the 26-year-old’s future in Kansas City has grown as the season has progressed. The former No. 4 overall pick is under contract through next season with a projected 2020 salary cap hit of $21 million, up from his current cap hit of $19.2 million.

Watkins’ contract structure allows the Chiefs a relatively cheap out after this season, though. Should Kansas City choose to release the sixth-year wideout, they would only incur $7 million in dead cap money, but would receive $14 million in cap savings. If the interest is mutual between Bryant and the Chiefs this coming offseason, the team’s financial decisions on Robinson and Watkins will be a telling sign of what’s to come.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. —Chiefs defensive lineman Derrick Nnadi helped serve Thanksgiving meals to families in need at Sheffield Place.

Nnadi said he knows what goes on the table for a Thanksgiving feast.

“Stuffing, fried turkey – the best thing I had in my life. Pumpkin pie, apple pie, cherry pie. You need pie,” Nnadi said.

The Chiefs star said he has seen firsthand some families not having a Thanksgiving dinner.

“A lot of people don’t have the things they need,” he said.

Nnadi said that is why he wanted to perform this service on Tuesday.

“I feel honored. When I was in St. Louis, they never had stuff like this,” Dwanna Washington said.

All 17 families at Sheffield Place received the Thanksgiving Day meal. Sheffield Place helps families move from homelessness to self-sufficiency.

Nnadi said it’s not just about the food. It’s about meeting people and letting them know others care about their situation.

“He doesn’t have to do this. It’s something that he’s doing of his own volition so I appreciate that greatly,” said David Hanzlick, director of Sheffield Place.

“It’s a mission to get some hungry people fed and let other people have a great time,” Nnadi said.

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Third round draft picks are usually thought pretty highly of and tend to compete for starting jobs at some point early on in their career. That has not been the case for Dorian O’Daniel, who is in year two with the Kansas City Chiefs and has not lived up to the hype whatsoever.

O’Daniel, who played safety and linebacker at Clemson, focused on the linebacker spot for the Chiefs, but has had a hard time finding the field. He’s yet to start a game this season and has appeared in nine of the team’s 11 games so far, contributing only on special teams.

In fact, according to his profile on Pro Football Reference, O’Daniel hasn’t seen a single defensive snap in 2019. For a third round pick just a year ago, that’s bad, and clearly not a high quality draft pick by Brett Veach in what was his first draft as the acting general manager of the Chiefs.

Things didn’t look promising for O’Daniel this year when in preseason he was struggling to find playing time. In the game against the Bengals, O’Daniel was out there with the fourth stringers. That wasn’t exactly a confidence booster and really brought to light how little the organization thought of him.

With how much the Chiefs defense has struggled at times this season, O’Daniel not finding the field is pretty telling. He’s only 25 years old, but it certainly feels like he won’t be in a Chiefs uniform beyond this season.

Perhaps Dorian O’Daniel goes on to have a nice career somewhere else with another team, but it’s pretty clear that it’s not meant to be for him in Kansas City. He had a nice game against the Cincinnati Bengals last year, but since then, it’s been tough to really point out anything that the Clemson product has done in his two years as a pro player.

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EMPORIA, Kan. (KWCH) — It isn’t often you’ll find NFL wide receivers taking in high school football games, let alone games here in Kansas. But on Saturday, that’s exactly what happened.

To find out why Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle was in Emporia to see the Derby Panthers capture a state title against Olathe North, you’ll have to look back before he was in the NFL.

The connection to the Panthers starts with David Tullis, an assistant on the Derby team. He and Pringle were teammates at Butler Community College and at Kansas State University, but their friendship goes far beyond the field.

“He’s got my back and I’ve got his, that is about it,” said David.

Byron moved to Kansas from Tampa, Florida, to play football at Butler. Not knowing anyone, the Tullis family became a home away from home.

“It’s unconditional. It is straight up love,” said Pringle. “They have my back and I have their back, just a family away from home.”

“For him to know he has a Kansas family here is as special and it is special for us too,” said Allen Tullis.

Football ultimately took the pair down different paths, Byron left K-State a year early to test pro waters signing with the Chiefs. David stayed and that decision led him back to Derby where he’s now an assistant on the team. Despite the distance, the two say they remain close.

“He’s always texting or we text him, they’re both so busy they don’t get to see each other,” said Cathy Tullis.

Now that his season is over, David plans to spend Sundays at Arrowhead Stadium cheering on one of his closest friends.

“When he makes a nice play on punt or something like that, I’ll be yelling for him,” said David.

“It is just a blessing to be able to have people like that who open up their house, just a place to get away when you have down time. It sort of feels like home,” said Pringle.

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The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Denver Broncos by a score of 23-3 in Week 15. Snowy conditions, injuries and more have caused a few interesting developments in the snap counts.

Here’s how the snaps came down in Week 15:

Spencer Ware led the Chiefs’ RB group in snaps for the second consecutive week. Darwin Thompson was three snaps behind him and LeSean McCoy had the fewest snaps of the bunch. Kansas City clearly has a level of trust in Ware and he proved himself while carrying, catching and blocking in Week 15.

Travis Kelce had a monster day against the Broncos with 11 receptions for 142 yards and a lot of it had to do with the fact that he spent most of the day on the field. Kelce only came off for six offensive snaps during the game.

Mecole Hardman continues to struggle to find the field for playing time despite his impressive performances on limited snaps. For the second week, Hardman failed to play on offense for more than 15 snaps. I suspect his special teams contributions play a factor in this decision.

The Chiefs’ secondary continues to dominate on the field and dominate snap counts. The core group of Tyrann Mathieu, Juan Thornhill, Bashaud Breeland and Charvarius Ward did not come off the field against the Broncos in Week 15. Thornhill did get shaken up at one point during the game but did not miss a single defensive snap.

Frank Clark played 46 snaps despite dealing with a serious stomach illness. This probably wouldn’t have been the case had the Chiefs not lost Alex Okafor to a pec injury early in the game.

Demone Harris saw the most playing time he’s seen as a member of the Chiefs. This was also likely due to the fact that Alex Okafor suffered an injury. Harris kept the pressure on when he was on the field and played solid against the run, notching two tackles for loss during the game.

Anthony Hitchens led the Chiefs LB group in snaps. Surprisingly, Ben Niemann matched Damien Wilson’s snap total on the day with 26. Reggie Ragland had the fewest snaps of the position for the Chiefs.

Dorian O’Daniel, Jordan Lucas, Darron Lee, Armani Watts and Alex Brown once again only had snaps on special teams. Blake Bell was the special teams’ snap leader this week with 15.

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The Kansas City Chiefs backfield has been a mess this season, with injuries resulting in a different starter almost every week. It would not be surprising at all if it was fantasy football championship weekend that everything went to hell in a hurry for fantasy players.

Running back Damien Williams has missed the past month with a rib injury, and a late week downgrade last weekend had him inactive against the Denver Broncos. In Week 16, the Chiefs face the Chicago Bears, and Williams is still trying to work his way back. He has been listed as limited on the first two practice participation reports of this week. The Chiefs will get in one more practice on Friday and then the final injury designation

It seems likely that Williams will be listed as questionable once again. The problem this week is that the Chiefs and Bears face off on Sunday Night Football. If you have Williams and one of LeSean McCoy, Darwin Thompson, or Spencer Ware, you can play it a little safer. Of course, even if Williams does not play, we don’t really know which of those three will get the most work.

This is a backfield to stay away from if possible, regardless of Williams’ game status. If you’re desperate, so be it, but the best recommendation is to look elsewhere in Week 16.

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Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Tanoh Kpassagnon is a talented defender, but he’s making a case for his talents on special teams.

In consecutive weeks against talented AFC teams, Kpassagnon has made impact plays on special teams, blocking a kick attempt during each game. Last week against the Oakland Raiders he blocked an extra point late in the game. It was returned by Charvarius Ward for two points in favor of Kansas City.

This week against the New England Patriots, Kpassagnon got his mitts on field goal and it was also returned by Ward. This time he only reached midfield before being tackled. Check out the play from Kpassagnon below:

Kpassagnon has really started to thrive under the new defensive coaching staff, but on special teams, they’ve also learned to use him as a weapon when blocking kicks. Something seems to have clicked for Kpassagnon and its happening at the right time for the Chiefs, when they really could use some help from their special teams unit.

Hopefully, Kpassagnon continues to carry on this impact on both defense and special teams for the remainder of the regular season and into the playoffs.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Travis Kelce has never cared much about individual statistics, even though the Kansas City Chiefs tight end has been putting up some eye-popping numbers ever since he arrived in the NFL seven years ago.

He’s the consummate team-first player. The only number that matters to him is the number of wins.

Well, all those catches and yards and touchdowns that Kelce keeps piling up happen to be a big factor in the number of victories the Chiefs have accumulated over the years. Kelce caught another 11 passes for 142 yards in leading them to a 23-3 rout of the Denver Broncos on Sunday, allowing them to keep pace in the race for a first-round playoff bye in the AFC.

“Right now it’s just a bunch of numbers. Honestly, I’m focused on winning games,” said Kelce, who became the first tight end in NFL history with four consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. “It being a team sport, the individual accolades, you know, I like to kind of push them aside and try to focus on how I can get better for my teammates.”

Get better? Maintaining his level of excellence is probably good enough.

Kelce has 1,131 yards receiving, which means he’s closing in on another season that would rank among the top 10 in Chiefs history. The four seasons of 1,000 yards are matched only by tight ends Tony Gonzalez, Jason Witten and Rob Gronkowski — though none of them did it consecutively. And with 6,367 yards through his first seven seasons, Kelce has already shattered the NFL record for a tight end at this point in his career.

Making that last mark even more impressive is the fact that Kelce played one game and didn’t catch a pass as a rookie. He underwent microfracture surgery on his knee and that delayed the start of his career. So really, he has more than 6,000 yards receiving in less than six full seasons, which puts him on pace with some of the league’s best wide receivers.

“I mean, just how consistent he is on a game-to-game basis is truly special,” Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes said. “He’s trying to win each game. He’s a competitor. He doesn’t look at the stats. He doesn’t look at all that stuff. He’s a competitor trying to win a football game. He’s a guy you want on your team.”

Especially this time of the year. Some of Kelce’s best games have come late in the season and in the playoffs, and the Chiefs (10-4) could use a few more of them. They need to win their last two games against the Bears and Chargers and hope for the Patriots to lose to get a first-round playoff bye.

“Travis is unbelievable,” Chiefs offensive lineman Austin Reiter said. “I love that guy.”

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The Kansas City Chiefs have released their list of inactive players just before their contest at home against the visiting Oakland Raiders and it’s interesting to see who has been activated for the game and who will be left standing on the sidelines.

For the Chiefs, the biggest name was expected as running back Damien Williams is dealing with a rib injury that needed more time than the bye week allowed in order to fully recover. Williams will likely be back at some point down the stretch but the Chiefs are obviously taking it easy with him while keeping him on the active roster.

That move means that Darwin Thompson, the team’s sixth round draft choice this year, gets a chance at some real reps alongside Darrel Williams and LeSean McCoy.

Jordan Lucas, a veteran safety, is also a healthy scratch for another week which means the secondary picture is becoming clearer each week at safety as Juan Thornhill learns the starting role with backups Armani Watts and Dan Sorensen there to provide help and depth throughout the game.

Deon Yelder is also sitting this week which means Blake Bell is back and ready to be the No. 2 tight end behind Travis Kelce. Chad Henne‘s presence here also means Matt Moore has the backup role locked down for the time being.

A full look at the Chiefs inactives for Sunday’s game against the Raiders:

Nick Allegretti, offensive lineman
Jackson Barton, offensive lineman
Demone Harris, defensive end
Chad Henne, quarterback
Jordan Lucas, safety
Damien Williams, running back
Deon Yelder, tight end

Here are inactives for the Raiders:

Rico Gafford, wideout
Isaiah Johnson, cornerback
DeShone Kizer, quarterback
Preston Brown, linebacker
Josh Mauro, defensive line
Hunter Renfrow, wide receiver
David Sharpe, offensive line

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The equipment is where?

Word that a substantial portion of the Kansas City Chiefs equipment wouldn’t arrive until Sunday because of a travel snafu was not exactly what Tyrann Mathieu needed to hear before a big game.

“I was worried,” Mathieu told USA TODAY Sports. “I’ve kind of got the whole Deion Sanders pregame ritual. I like to lay my stuff out. So, I had to wait. I was hoping it didn’t affect my play. I’m very superstitious.”

The Honey Badger can exhale. It worked out.

The Chiefs (9-4) clinched a fourth consecutive AFC West crown with a 23-16 victory against the Patriots and collected some new gear – bright red T-shirts that read “The West is Not Enough” – that was right on time.

The pre-game anxiety, though, was caused by what a Chiefs spokesman called an “honest mistake” when equipment for more than half the players was diverted to Newark after the chartered airplane continued on after flying the team to New England on Saturday. Interestingly, the missing equipment wasn’t discovered until early Sunday because the equipment managers couldn’t get into the visitor’s locker room as they typically would on Saturday, due to high school games staged at Gillette Stadium that day.

Now we know: The Chiefs were prepared to adapt before and during the game.

“We were ready to roll,” Mathieu said. “I feel like we really prepared the right way this week. Coaches weren’t stressing us out about playing against the Patriots. It was a relaxed environment, but we understood the commitment that all of us had to make. A lot of guys made the commitment to really focus on the details this week. We tried to throw some different coverages in there. I thought that kind of helped us for about 3 ½ quarters, until Tom Brady figured it out.”

As he put on his new T-shirt at his locker, it was apparent that Mathieu’s pre-game stress had long been relieved. He was excited that the Chiefs’ oft-maligned-but-improving defense closed out the victory by shutting the door on Brady as the Patriots were in close range for a potentially game-tying touchdown.

“I’m happy we were able to finish the game,” Mathieu said. “There have been so many games in this season, specifically, I really count the four losses…defensively, we were on the field at the end and we didn’t make the play. Lately, we’ve been able to make those plays.”

On Sunday, it was a textbook pass defense in the end zone by Bashaud Breeland on fourth down from the 5 – the cornerback reached over Julian Edelman with one arm and slapped the football away – that sealed the deal.

With Mathieu and defensive end Frank Clark representing the most significant additions to a Chiefs unit that Brady shredded in overtime in last season’s AFC title game, the reversal of the crunch-time result in the latest matchup against the Patriots might have been the best indicator yet that the revamped defense is poised to bring a different mojo in the playoffs.