2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
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Ex-Chiefs assistant Reid charged with felony DWI

Former Chiefs assistant Britt Reid was charged with felony driving while intoxicated for his involvement in a February car crash that left a 5-year-old girl critically injured.

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13dAdam Teicher

Source: Chiefs agree to 1-year deal with Blythe

Austin Blythe, 28, who started at center for each of the past three seasons for the Los Angeles Rams, is joining the Kansas City Chiefs on a one-year deal, a source told ESPN on Tuesday.

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17dJamison Hensley

Ravens add Watkins as hunt for receiver ends

The addition of Sammy Watkins ended the Ravens' pursuit of an experienced wide receiver for Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens' 32nd-ranked passing attack.

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18dAdam Teicher

Source: Chiefs ink WR Robinson to 1-year deal

Career highs in catches and yards in 2020 couldn't earn a multi-year contract for free agent wide receiver Demarcus Robinson, who instead re-signed with the Chiefs for one year, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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18dAdam Teicher

Mahomes partners with HBCU Legacy Bowl

Patrick Mahomes, through his 15 and the Mahomies Foundation, is partnering with the HBCU Legacy Bowl, which will begin play next year in New Orleans.

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20dNick Wagoner

Williams: Near Chiefs deal before 49ers return

Trent Williams detailed how close he was to going to the Kansas City Chiefs, saying he gave 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan a call and right of last refusal, which led to his deal with San Francisco getting done.

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27dAdam Teicher

Deep at RB, Chiefs cut Super Bowl hero Williams

With Darrel Williams set to back up Clyde Edwards-Helaire next season in Kansas City, the Chiefs elected to release running back Damien Williams on Tuesday, a source told ESPN.

Stephen A. & Max get fired up debating the Chiefs' dynasty (1:51)
Chiefs bolster O-line with Joe Thuney signing (1:23)
Chiefs to restructure Mahomes' contract for salary relief (0:53)
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Sources: Chiefs to restructure Mahomes' contract

The Chiefs are expected to convert quarterback Patrick Mahomes' $21.7 million roster bonus to a signing bonus in an effort to save $17 million against the salary cap, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Do the Chiefs still have what it takes to become a dynasty? (1:23)
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32dAdam Teicher

Line out: Chiefs cut starting OTs Fisher, Schwartz

The Chiefs released both of their starting offensive tackles -- Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz. The moves save more than $18 million against the salary cap but leave the reigning AFC champs looking to rebuild their offensive line.

Chiefs release OL Fisher, Schwartz (1:33)

Team Stats

Passing Yards303.41st
Rushing Yards112.416th
Points For29.66th
Points Against22.6Tied-22nd