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Bowe’s lawyer files to suppress evidence

April 11 at 5:27 p.m.

— An attorney for Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe filed a motion Friday to suppress evidence related to Bowe’s arrest in November for allegedly speeding and possessing more than 10 grams of marijuana.

  • Royals’ pitching implodes against the Twins

    The Royals’ only run resulted from a botched Twins double play. On the first night of a nine-game stretch against dreck like Minnesota and Houston, the Royals stumbled.

  • Missouri Senate wants Kansas City to host Super Bowl

    A task force would be charged with trying to bring the Super Bowl to Kansas City under a resolution passed by the Missouri Senate.

  • Chiefs announce their offseason training schedule

    The Chiefs have released their offseason training schedule. They will begin working out on April 21, while rookie minicamp will be held May 24-26. Organized team activities begin on May 27 with the team’s mandatory minicamp June 17-19.

  • Jackson could be good fit for Kansas City

    Shortly after DeSean Jackson was released by the Eagles on Friday, the star wide receiver issued a statement tackling several subjects, including questions about his off-field behavior.

  • Andy Reid says Eric Fisher will be the Chiefs’ left tackle in 2014

    At the NFL’s annual meetings in Orlando, Fla., Chiefs coach Andy Reid told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Tuesday that Eric Fisher, who was chosen No. 1 overall in the 2013 draft, will officially move back to the position he played in college.

  • Chiefs sign linebacker Joe Mays, guard Jeff Linkenbach to free-agent contracts

    A day after losing five key players, the Chiefs signed two free agents Wednesday — linebacker Joe Mays and guard Jeff Linkenbach.

  • Chiefs lose five players in first 90 minutes of free agency, re-sign Husain Abdullah

    Over the past two months, Chiefs general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid have taken turns repeating the mantra build through the draft. So when free-agency officially began at 3 p.m. Tuesday, and five Chiefs starters were snapped up by other teams within the first 90 minutes, it hardly qualified as a shock. Also Tuesday, the Chiefs re-signed backup safety Husain Abdullah to a two-year deal, a source told The Star.

  • With McCluster, Albert headed out, Chiefs will look for free-agent bargains

    While the Chiefs are apparently in wait-and-see mode before NFL free agency begins Tuesday, it appears a few of their players who keyed last season’s playoff run won’t be back in 2014: namely Dexter McCluster and Branden Albert. The Chiefs — who will have about $9.62 million in salary cap space — will probably shop for bargains during the first phase of free agency.

  • Andy Reid just fine with assisting, not leading, the Chiefs’ draft process

    When asked about personnel matters, Chiefs coach Andy Reid defers to general manager John Dorsey, which allows Reid to focus on football in a way he wasn’t able to during the last several years of his 14-year run as the Philadelphia Eagles’ head coach.

  • Chiefs have some options if they choose to draft a safety

    NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock says there are a few safeties in the draft who are play-makers. In short, they’re the type who could help the Chiefs.

  • Q&A with Chiefs coach Andy Reid at the NFL Combine

    Chiefs coach Andy Reid spoke to reporters Thursday at the NFL’s Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. He touched on Jamaal Charles, Eric Fisher and Eric Berry. Here are some of the highlights.

  • New Chiefs receiver Weston Dressler will be missed in Canada

    One of the Canadian Football League's top players is officially headed to Kansas City. The Chiefs signed wide receiver Weston Dressler to a reserve-futures contract Tuesday, a few days after he was released by his longtime CFL team, the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

  • Shields falls short in bid for Pro Football Hall of Fame

    The former Chiefs offensive lineman makes cut to 10 finalists, but is not picked for the Hall of Fame.

  • Former Chiefs lineman Will Shields hopes this is the year the Hall of Fame calls

    Former Chiefs guard Will Shields has won just about every award there is in the sport of football. Everything but induction into the Pro Football of Fame. That could change Saturday, when Shields is one of 15 modern-day finalists to be considered for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2014.

  • Broncos’ coach John Fox feels super after heart scare

    Denver Broncos coach John Fox realizes he’s lucky to be alive. Reaching Super Bowl XLVIII is just an added bonus. Fox, 58, had surgery to replace his aortic heart valve on Nov. 4.

  • Chiefs QB Alex Smith leads 22-21 comeback in schoolyard-format Pro Bowl

    Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith led a last-minute drive that gave Team Rice a 22-21 win in the Pro Bowl on Sunday in Honolulu. The new Pro Bowl format, modeled after fantasy sports and schoolyard pickup games, pitted teams drafted by Hall of Famers Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders against each other.

  • Senior Bowl pass rushers could help Chiefs

    Along with the rest of the NFL, the Chiefs’ primary decision-makers have descended upon the Senior Bowl this week in hopes of learning more about several prospects, including several at a few positions of need.

  • Chiefs’ Eric Fisher may be in line for a switch from right tackle to left

    One of most crucial decisions for Chiefs general manager John Dorsey this offseason is at left tackle, where Branden Albert is a free agent. Conventional wisdom suggests right tackle Eric Fisher could get a shot at the position despite an underwhelming rookie season.

  • Dwayne Bowe expects bigger things next season

    The Chiefs’ top receiver just finished one of the worst statistical seasons of his career, one in which the Chiefs’ freshly minted $56 million receiver took a backseat to the No. 1 running back when it came to both catches, targets, yards and touchdowns.

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