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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.

NFL: Chiefs should’ve had second chance for game-winning field goal

It comes a little late for the Chiefs, not to mention the Pittsburgh Steelers, but the NFL on Monday morning issued a statement admitting its officials made a mistake in not assessing an illegal-formation penalty on the Chargers during Sunday’s game in San Diego.

Reserves fall short for Chiefs in finale

We now know where the Chiefs are headed, and when, for their NFL playoff opener. They’ll play the Colts at Indianapolis on Saturday at 3:35 p.m. in the wild-card round.

History suggests Chiefs will sit some starters

With the Chiefs locked into the fifth seed in the AFC playoffs, coach Andy Reid said he has not determined whether he’ll sit some of his starting players in next Sunday’s regular-season finale at San Diego.

Poe’s untimely trash talk proves costly for Chiefs

Chiefs nose tackle Dontari Poe hardly ever says a word to anyone, much less utter a nasty word.

Chiefs, Colts will likely learn something about each other

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Chiefs and Indianapolis Colts appear destined to meet in the opening round of the NFL playoffs in three weeks, but don’t expect either team to hold anything back when the teams meet at Arrowhead Stadium this Sunday.

Chiefs’ pass rush comes back in big way

When the snow started falling at FedEx Field early on Sunday, it became was clear to Chiefs outside linebacker Tamba Hali that this could be a game won with a strong performance at the line of scrimmage — albeit with an admittedly simple approach.

Victim identified in Arrowhead death

Police on Monday said that medical authorities still have not determined what caused the suspicious death Sunday of a 30-year-old Smithville man outside Arrowhead Stadium.

Cooper’s lackluster play draws scrutiny

Marcus Cooper stood in front of the microphone and the cameras Sunday evening, patiently answering probing questions about his play after the Chiefs’ secondary had been torched by Denver quarterback Peyton Manning in a 35-28 loss.

Davis makes big splash with first TD

When Knile Davis fielded the ball 8 yards deep in the end zone Sunday, he could have done what a more timid returner would do and taken a knee for a touchback.

Broncos top Chiefs, take control of AFC West

There’s little doubt who’s in control of the AFC West now.

Chiefs try to figure opponents’ pick tactics

Kendrick Lewis sees the pattern. He is the Chiefs’ starting free safety and surveys the field 15 yards in front of the line of scrimmage. How could he not see the way teams are attacking the Chiefs’ man-heavy defense these days?

Chiefs optimistic about Hali’s return

Chiefs outside linebacker Tamba Hali shed one of his crutches when he arrived at the club’s headquarters Monday.

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