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Chiefs could have offensive weapon in Thomas

When Oregon star De’Anthony Thomas ran a 4.5 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine in February, eyebrows went up among draft analysts, team executives and others across the league.

Rams make history, pick Michael Sam

Michael Sam was picked by the St. Louis Rams in the seventh round of the NFL draft Saturday, becoming the first openly gay player drafted by a pro football team.

Butler’s Demarcus Lawrence, Pitt State’s John Brown taken in NFL Draft

A pair of players with Kansas ties were taken in the NFL Draft on Friday when Boise State and Butler Community College defensive end Demarcus Lawrence was taken in the second round with the 34th overall pick and Pittsburg State wide receiver John Brown was taken in the third round with the 91st overall pick by the Arizona Cardinals.

Big second half propels Wild past Oklahoma

PARK CITY – The Wild wasn’t about to let another big defensive play go to waste.

Chiefs’ Smith gets started refining his offense

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – At this time a year ago, Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith was still learning his way around Kansas City and watching video of the Philadelphia Eagles’ offense.

Catchings hopes Wild performance helps him catch on in NFL

There’s a path to a higher level of football for first-year Wild linebacker Jason Catchings, but he hasn’t found it yet.

Chiefs’ schedule includes three primetime games

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Chiefs released their 2014 schedule on Wednesday, and it appears an action-packed first month awaits coach Andy Reid and his squad.

Wild blows past Haymakers with early burst

It was so windy in Wichita on Saturday that even indoor football felt it — the Wild had to cancel its postgame fireworks show. The Wild managed a 49-32 CPIFL victory over the Lincoln Haymakers on the field that had plenty of entertaining moments at Hartman Arena.

Wild tries to fill void left by Harper’s absence

One shift from the status quo led to the Wild’s first loss of the season.

Wild suffers first loss

The Wild suffered its first loss of the season, losing to the Bandits 48-45 on Saturday night in Sioux City, Iowa.

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.

Wild arrests Law in home-opener

The Wild won its home-opener, beating Dodge City 40-7 on Saturday night at Hartman Arena.

Wild handles unbeaten Oklahoma

The Wild led the entire way Sunday in Tulsa, defeating the previously unbeaten Oklahoma Defenders 50-44 in a Champions Professional Indoor Football League game.

Wild opens season with rout of Lincoln

The Wichita Wild rolled in its season opener, defeating the Lincoln Haymakers 62-10 on Friday night in Lincoln, Neb.

Returning-champ Wild returns with several familiar faces

There will be time for Paco Martinez to make many of his own distinctive touches on the Wild’s on-field philosophies, but that time isn’t now.

Mizzou football star Michael Sam announces he is gay

Coaches at the University of Missouri divided players into small groups at a preseason football practice last year for a team-building exercise. One by one, players were asked to talk about themselves — where they grew up, why they chose Missouri and what others might not know about them.

Seahawks stomp Denver for first Super Bowl title

The Seattle Seahawks’ mantra all season was to make each day a championship day.

Seattle’s Earl Thomas at heart of standout defense

Hard-hitting, ball-hawking safeties are a Super Bowl staple.

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 must move on after devastating loss

It should probably come as no surprise that on Sunday, fewer than 24 hours after one of the biggest collapses in playoff history, Chiefs coach Andy Reid and his players were still trying to make sense of it all.

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