2020 ScheduleAll times ET

2020 Schedule
1st in AFC West
Le'Veon Bell, James Conner, Chris Jones meet up for intense workout (0:32)

NFL Live: Cam & Bill in Foxborough

Field Yates, Damien Woody, Rob Ninkovich, Diana Russini, & Mike Tannenbaum weigh in on how Cam Newton and Bill Belichick will get along in New England. Also, they discuss which Franchised Tagged players will get a new deal & will Antonio Brown suit up for a new team in 2020?


G&W Best of: NFL changes. Life inside the NBA bubble

The guys talk about the NFL changes to the preseason slate and the future for Chiefs DT Chris Jones. They also talk with Raptors Head Coach Nick Nurse about the NBA bubble before getting a halftime speech from ASU Football Coach Herm Edwards and much more.

Can the Chiefs afford to give Jones a long-term deal? (1:37)
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Chiefs DL Jones hints at holdout if no new deal

Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones tweeted Tuesday night that not playing in 2020 was an option, bringing up running back Le'Veon Bell's 2018 holdout with the Steelers.

Has Mahomes done enough to be drafted No. 1 in NFL history over Brady? (2:04)
Madden NFL cover athletes welcome Lamar Jackson to the club (0:59)
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24dAdam Teicher

Chiefs' Mahomes determined to 'help the world'

Amid the social unrest that has gripped the nation, the Chiefs' quarterback is determined and eager to be a role model in the Kansas City community and beyond.

Patrick Mahomes is happy with the support from the NFL (1:11)
How emergence of black QBs in the NFL affects league's stance on social issues (1:57)
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Players send message to NFL on racial inequality

Patrick Mahomes, Saquon Barkley and Michael Thomas are among more than a dozen NFL stars who united to send a passionate video message to the league about racial inequality.

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33dAdam Teicher

Mahomes: 'Senseless murders' can't continue

Patrick Mahomes posted a statement on Twitter to address racial injustice in the United States, hoping the country can become more like NFL locker rooms, "where everyone is accepted."

Which AFC West team has the brightest future? (3:06)

Team Stats

Passing Yards281.15th
Rushing Yards98.123rd
Points For28.25th
Points Against19.326th

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