Associated Press | Yahoo! Sports
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Fred Arbanas, a key member of their first two Super Bowl teams in the 1960s' and '70s who later had a long career in county politics, has died. The Jackson County Democratic Party in Missouri, for which Arbanas was a major player for more than four decades, announced his death in a brief statement Saturday. Arbanas, a member of the Chiefs' Hall of Fame, was a six-time all-AFL selection and was picked to the All-Time AFL Team by the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Mark Feuerborn | KSNT News
KANSAS CITY (KSNT) - Alex Smith has announced his retirement from football Monday morning. The former Kansas City Chiefs quarterback made the announcement in a video on his Instagram account: View this post on Instagram A post shared by Alex Smith (@alexsmith_11) Smith, the 2020 NFL Comeback Player of the Year, was most recently with [...]
Kansas City Chiefs - Videos
In this Kingdom Short presented by GEHA, we hear from General Manager, Brett Veach and his personnel staff about how they chose to attack the offseason throughout free agency. Then, we hear from some of the Chiefs Kingdom's newest members as they look to start preparation for the 2021 season.
Chris Searcy | FOX 4 Kansas City
Former Kansas City Chiefs tight end and longtime Jackson County legislator Fred Arbanas has died at the age of 82. Leaders and fans remember him as a great athlete and community leader.
Tucker Franklin | Sports Illustrated - Kansas City Chiefs News
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and head coach Andy Read react to the news of former Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith's retirement during Monday's press conferences.