Derrick Johnson has been a daily fixture in the Chiefs’ locker room while recovering from surgery to repair his ruptured Achilles tendon. It’s his way of contributing to a 7-4 season that has the Chiefs a half-game out of first place in the AFC West.
One day this summer, while the Chiefs were still training in St. Joseph, Allen Bailey walked over to his locker to gather a few things. He’d just left a defensive meeting, and was about to head back to his room, when he saw a green, foreign object in his locker.
The Chiefs knocked off the defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks 24-20 for their fifth straight victory, and in the process moved into a first-place tie in the AFC West with Denver losing at St. Louis.
Seattle executive vice president/general manager John Schneider learned much during his time with the Chiefs and also with the Green Bay Packers where he worked with current Kansas City GM John Dorsey.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Fans at last month’s World Series and recent Kansas City Chiefs games were endangered by filthy conditions in food-service areas at the city’s two professional sports stadiums – including cockroaches, mouse feces and food kept at unsafe temperatures, according to a man who managed food safety at the facilities.