|May 18 2017 - Alex Smith|
QB Alex Smith said he can see the writing on the wall after the Kansas City Chiefs moved up to select Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes II in last month's draft. "I think (the Chiefs are) committed to me (only) through this year," Smith said on Wednesday, via ESPN. "That's just the nature of it. If you don't go out there and perform, I mean, coach (Andy) Reid and (quarterbacks coach Matt Nagy) are very honest. You've got to go out there and do your deal. We all have to. Whether or not we drafted Patrick, it doesn't change that, right? If you're not good enough and didn't get it done, you're not going to be around long. That's just our culture. I know it. That's the nature of the position." Kansas City traded away the 27th overall pick, its first-round selection in 2018 and a third-rounder this year to the Buffalo Bills in order to move up to 10th to take Mahomes.
|May 15 2017 - Patrick Mahomes|
QB Patrick Mahomes II, the Kansas City Chiefs' top pick in last month's NFL Draft, was uninjured after being robbed at gunpoint in Texas. Mahomes, the former Texas Tech quarterback selected 10th overall after the Chiefs traded up in the first round, was back in his hometown of Tyler, Texas, when he was robbed on Friday night, according to the Smith County Sheriff's office. Deputies were dispatched at about 9:15 p.m. to a residence when they found Mahomes and three others who said they had been robbed by a man acting like he was armed with a gun.
|May 10 2017 - Andrew Tiller|
OG Andrew Tiller signed a free agent contract with the Chiefs. Tiller, 28, started seven games for the 49ers in each of the last two seasons before becoming an unrestricted free agent this offseason. He originally entered the NFL as a sixth-round pick of the Saints in 2012 out of Syracuse and joined the 49ers' practice squad in 2014 before getting a chance to start in 2015.
|May 1 2017 - Dee Ford|
LB Dee Ford's fifth-year contract option was picked up for the 2018 season. Ford, 26, was the team's first-round pick (23rd overall) in 2014. Ford's option is projected to be worth $8.718 million for the 2018 season. The fifth-year's salary is only guaranteed against injury. He had a breakout season in 2016, recording a team-leading 10 sacks.
|Mar 15 2017 - Bennie Logan|
DT Bennie Logan and the Chiefs agreed to a one-year contract on Tuesday. Logan's deal is worth $8 million with $7.68 million guaranteed, according to the NFL Network.
Logan, 27, started 51 games for the Eagles over the past four years. He had 24 tackles and 2 1/2 sacks last season.
|Mar 11 2017 - Daniel Sorensen|
S Daniel Sorensen agreed to a four-year contract extension, according to multiple reports. The deal is worth $16 million and includes almost $8 million guaranteed and a little more than $2 million in incentives, according to the Kansas City Star. The total agreement is worth $18.4 million and pending a physical.
|Mar 1 2017 - Travis Kelce|
TE Travis Kelce underwent shoulder surgery and is expected to miss time during the team's offseason activities, coach Andy Reid said on Wednesday. Reid told the Kansas City Star that Kelce "had it cleaned up" but didn't think the 27-year-old would be sidelined for too long. "No, I don't think so," Reid said, via the newspaper. "He'll probably miss some time throughout the offseason, but he'll be ready, I believe, for camp."
|Feb 28 2017 - Eric Berry|
S Eric Berry signed a six-year contract extension with the Chiefs worth a reported $78 million on Tuesday. Berry's contract, which includes $40 million in guaranteed money and a $20 million signing bonus accordint to ESPN, makes him the highest-paid safety in NFL history. Berry expressed earlier this offseason that he wasn't interested in playing under the franchise tag for the second straight season. Berry had 77 tackles and four interceptions -- returning two for touchdowns -- last season.
|Feb 28 2017 - Laurent Duvernay-Tardif|
RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif and the Chiefs agreed to a five-year contract extension worth $41.25 million, ESPN reported Tuesday. The 26-year-old offensive tackle will receive $20 million in guaranteed money. Duvernay-Tardif started all 14 games he played last season and started 13 of 16 games as a rookie in 2015.
|Feb 2 2017 - Eric Berry|
S Eric Berry declared that he will refuse to play under the franchise tag in 2017. Berry played under the tag in 2016 and earned $10.8 million but he is only interested in playing under a long-term deal moving forward. "I'm definitely not going to play under the franchise tag this year," Berry said on the NFL Network.
|Jan 29 2017 - Travis Kelce|
TE Travis Kelce was selected co-MVP of the Pro Bowl along with Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander. Kelce got behind Minnesota's Harrison Smith on a crossing pattern from right to left to score a 23-yard touchdown late in the first half. He finished with three catches for 36 yards.
|Jan 26 2017 - Travis Kelce|
TE Travis Kelce apologized during a television interview on Thursday for the harshness of critical comments he made about referee Carl Cheffers after the AFC divisional round loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The topic came up during an ESPN interview from Orlando, Fla., in preparations for Sunday's Pro Bowl. "Carl, I apologize for saying it in that manner," Kelce said.
|Jan 21 2017 - Travis Kelce|
TE Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs was fined a total of $21,615 for actions during and after last week's 18-16 playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, according to media reports. Kelce was fined $12,500 for his postgame comments about referee Carl Cheffers, who penalized Chiefs tackle Eric Fisher for holding on a two-point conversion that would have allowed Kansas City to tie the game with less than three minutes left to play. Kelce also was fined $9,115 for shoving cornerback Ross Cockrell of the Steelers to the ground after a play was over.
|Jan 16 2017 - Ramik Wilson|
ILB Ramik Wilson led all defensive players in Sunday night's AFC divisional-round loss to the Steelers. Wilson had 15 total tackles, double the number of any other player on the field. It was just his second postseason appearance and first start in the playoffs.
|Jan 16 2017 - Tyreek Hill|
WR Tyreek Hill was kept under wraps by the Steelers' defense and special teams in Sunday night's AFC divisional round game. There were no explosive plays from the rookie, who touched the ball 11 times for 117 yards. But Hill had just seven touches for 45 yards on offense, with no play longer than nine yards. He returned four kickoffs for 72 yards, an average of 18 yards a return.
|Jan 16 2017 - Chris Conley|
WR Chris Conley (ribs) left Sunday night's game for a brief period after he took a hit to his rib cage area from Steelers safety Sean Davis. Officials flagged Davis for unnecessary roughness, hitting a defenseless receiver. The 13-yard penalty moved the Chiefs to the Steelers 12-yard line. They scored a touchdown five plays later. Conley was examined on the bench and went back into the game.
|Jan 16 2017 - Albert Wilson|
WR Albert Wilson caught a 5-yard touchdown pass in the loss to the Steelers.
|Jan 16 2017 - Travis Kelce|
TE Travis Kelce had five catches for 77 yards Sunday.
|Jan 16 2017 - Alex Smith|
QB Alex Smith was 20 of 34 for 172 yards and one touchdown. He connected with WR Albert Wilson on a 5-yard pass nine minutes into the game, capping a six-play, 55-yard drive.
|Jan 11 2017 - Justin March-Lillard|
ILB Justin March-Lillard (hand) has been practicing for the last two weeks and was a full participant in Wednesday's session with the Chiefs. March-Lillard went to the injured-reserve list on Oct. 18 after playing in five games. He was brought back to the active roster on Dec. 30, but did not play in the regular-season finale against San Diego.
Coach Andy Reid said March-Lillard could be active for Sunday's game in the playoffs against Pittsburgh.
|Jan 11 2017 - Eric Berry|
S Eric Berry (Achilles) was a full participant in the Chiefs practice on Wednesday, showing no lingering problems from a sore Achilles that had coach Andy Reid pull him from the game in San Diego on Jan. 1. Berry has dealt with the problem for the past two seasons.
|Jan 11 2017 - Spencer Ware|
RB Spencer Ware (ribs) was a full participant in the Chiefs' practice on Wednesday, getting back on the field after missing the final game of the regular season because of bruised ribs.
|Jan 11 2017 - Justin Houston|
OLB Justin Houston (knee) was a limited participant in the Chiefs' practice on Wednesday, finally overcoming the inflammation problem he was dealing with in his surgically repaired knee. Houston had not been full-go on the practice field for three weeks, but the bye week that came with the team's No. 2 seed in the AFC playoffs was just what the doctor ordered for Houston.
|Jan 9 2017 - Victor Ochi|
OLB Victor Ochi was signed off the New York Jets practice squad last week, filling the roster spot vacated when injured OLB Dadi Nicolas (knee) was placed on injured reserve. Ochi entered the NFL this year as an undrafted rookie free agent with the Baltimore Ravens. He was released at the end of the preseason and signed to the Jets' practice squad. The 6-1, 246-pound product of Stony Brook was promoted to New York's active roster for two games in October, where he saw 14 defensive snaps and 12 plays in the kicking game against the Ravens and Browns. Ochi was credited with a single tackle.
|Jan 9 2017 - Dadi Nicolas|
OLB Dadi Nicolas (knee) sustained a ruptured patellar tendon in his knee in the final game of the regular season and was moved to the injured-reserve list Jan. 4. The sixth-round choice out of Virginia Tech in the 2016 NFL Draft was active for 11 games during his rookie season, played in nine and saw 28 snaps on defense and 45 in the kicking game. He was credited with one pass breakup.
|Jan 9 2017 - Spencer Ware|
RB Spencer Ware (ribs) should practice Wednesday when the Chiefs begin their preparation for Sunday's game against the Steelers. That was the word that came from K.C. head coach Andy Reid on Monday when the players reported back after their bye week. "Everybody that was banged up is good to go now," said Reid. "Justin (Houston) and Ware will be ready to go." Ware did not play in the regular-season finale against the Chargers due to bruised ribs that he suffered the week before in the Broncos game.
|Jan 9 2017 - Justin Houston|
OLB Justin Houston (knee) should practice Wednesday when the Chiefs begin their preparation for Sunday's game against the Steelers. That was the word that came from K.C. head coach Andy Reid on Monday when the players reported back after their bye week. "Everybody that was banged up is good to go now," said Reid. "Justin ... will be ready to go." But Reid held back saying Houston will play against the Steelers. "We'll just practice and see how he does," said Reid. Houston has not practiced since Dec. 16, 2016 and he's missed the last two games dealing with inflammation in a surgically repaired knee.
|Jan 4 2017 - Tyreek Hill|
WR Tyreek Hill was named the AFC special teams player of the week for the final weekend of games in the regular season. Hill was honored for his club-record 95-yard punt return for a touchdown against San Diego. It's the third time this season he was honored as conference player of the week in the kicking game.
Hill is the first rookie to have a hat-trick of POW awards on special teams in the AFC since wide receiver Tamarick Vanover did so for the Chiefs in 1995.
|Jan 4 2017 - Tamba Hali|
OLB Tamba Hali carries the most experience in the postseason on the defensive side for the Chiefs. He's played in five games over his 11-year career, posting two sacks, two forced fumbles, a fumble recovery and 11 total tackles.
|Jan 4 2017 - Alex Smith|
QB Alex Smith has lifted his level of performance when playing in the postseason. In five starts with San Francisco and Kansas City, he's posted a 99.1 passer rating. That's compared to his 85.3 rating in regular season games. Smith completed 112 of 186 passes (60.2 percent) for 1,309 yards, a 7-yard per attempt average.
He's thrown 11 touchdown passes and only one interception. Smith also has rushed 29 times for 198 yards and a touchdown in those five games.
|Jan 4 2017 - Tyreek Hill|
KR/PR Tyreek Hill took the AFC special teams Player of the Week honors after scoring on an electrifying 95-yard punt return. The rookie wide receiver has recorded four straight games with a touchdown.
|Jan 2 2017 - Eric Berry|
S Eric Berry (Achilles) was pulled from Sunday's game against San Diego early because of a sore Achilles. "I took E.B. out relatively early," said head coach Andy Reid. "His Achilles was a little tight." Berry played in 36 of the defense's 66 snaps.
|Jan 2 2017 - Dadi Nicolas|
OLB Dadi Nicolas (knee) suffered a ruptured patellar tendon in his knee in Sunday's game against the Chargers and the injury will end his rookie season. Nicolas left the game in the first half after taking part in two special teams plays.
|Jan 2 2017 - Spencer Ware|
RB Spencer Ware (ribs) did not play in Sunday's game against the Chargers because of the bruised ribs he suffered the week before against the Broncos. After the game, head coach Andy Reid sounded optimistic that with a bye week, Ware would be ready to play on Jan. 15 in the divisional-round game. "I think we will be all right there," Reid said.
|Jan 2 2017 - Justin Houston|
OLB Justin Houston (knee) was declared inactive against the Chargers as he dealt all last week with continued inflammation of his surgically repaired knee. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid sounded optimistic that with a week off, Houston could be ready to play the divisional round game on Jan. 15. "I think he will be OK," Reid said.
|Jan 2 2017 - Tyreek Hill|
KR Tyreek Hill returned a punt a franchise-record 95 yards for a score in the third quarter's final minute, extending the Chiefs' lead to 34-17.
|Jan 2 2017 - David King|
DE David King was waived Sunday.
|Jan 2 2017 - Spencer Ware|
RB Spencer Ware (ribs) was unable to play Sunday.
|Jan 2 2017 - Justin Houston|
OLB Justin Houston (knee) was out Sunday replaced by Tamba Hali in the starting lineup.
|Dec 29 2016 - Chris Conley|
WR Chris Conley (ankle) put in a second straight full practice Thursday as the receiver bounces back from a sprained ankle suffered last Sunday against Denver.
|Dec 29 2016 - Spencer Ware|
RB Spencer Ware (ribs) handled a limited workload in practice Thursday as he continues to recover from the bruised ribs suffered in last Sunday's game against Denver. Ware was also limited in Wednesday's workout.
|Dec 29 2016 - Phillip Gaines|
CB Phillip Gaines (knee) was a limited participant in practice Thursday, the second day this week he's been part of the workouts. Gaines has missed practice and game time due to swelling on his surgically repaired knee.
|Dec 29 2016 - Justin Houston|
OLB Justin Houston (knee) did not participate in practice on Thursday diminishing his chances of playing Sunday in the regular-season finale against the Chargers in San Diego. Due to continued inflammation on his surgically repaired knee, Houston missed Wednesday's workout and sat out last Sunday's game against Denver. He has not been a full participant in a practice since December 6.
|Dec 28 2016 - Phillip Gaines|
CB Phillip Gaines (knee) returned to the practice field on Wednesday as he was a limited participant in the Chiefs first workout of the week in preparation for Sunday's game in San Diego. Gaines has been dealing with swelling in his surgically repaired knee and has not practiced since December 6. He was inactive for last Sunday's game against Denver.
|Dec 28 2016 - Spencer Ware|
RB Spencer Ware (ribs) was on the practice field Wednesday for the Chiefs first practice of the week in preparation to face San Diego this coming Sunday. Ware suffered bruised ribs in the second half of last Sunday's 33-10 victory over Denver. Results from an MRI test proved negative and the Chiefs leading rusher was given the go-ahead for limited participation in the practice.
|Dec 28 2016 - Justin Houston|
OLB Justin Houston (knee) continues to deal with inflammation in his surgically repaired knee and did not take part in the Chiefs practice on Wednesday. Houston had knee surgery in February and returned to the active roster on November 9. He played in five games but missed last Sunday's contest against Denver when he was declared a game-day inactive player.
|Dec 26 2016 - Justin Houston|
OLB Justin Houston (knee) did not play in the Sunday night victory over Denver as he continues to deal with swelling on his surgically repaired knee. Head coach Andy Reid said his pass rusher has not had a setback in bouncing back from his February surgery. "His knee is sore and this is how this thing works," Reid said. "You're going to have good days and bad days. We just thought it was best if he didn't play and just rest him and let's get it right."
|Dec 26 2016 - Chris Conley|
WR Chris Conley (ankle) left Sunday night's game against Denver with a sprained ankle. Conley eventually returned to the game and ended up with two catches for 14 yards.
|Dec 26 2016 - Spencer Ware|
RB Spencer Ware (ribs) was bothered in the second half of the Sunday night game against Denver with sore ribs. Ware had 15 touches in the game, producing 82 yards, but he took a pounding from the Broncos' defense. "We'll see how that goes," said head coach Andy Reid. "He'll have an MRI and just see how he is."
|Dec 26 2016 - Demetrius Harris|
TE Demetrius Harris hauled in a 2-yard TD pass from DT Dontari Poe in a goal-line situation for the final points of the game Sunday.