2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
Mahomes: Alex Smith helped me develop into the QB I am today (0:28)
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1dJohn Keim

Veteran QB Alex Smith announces retirement

Veteran quarterback Alex Smith, who made a remarkable comeback from an injury that nearly cost him his right leg, announced Monday on Instagram that he is retiring from football.

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Veteran quarterback Alex Smith announced Monday on Instagram that he is retiring from football. In the video, he says “I want to say thank you for believing in me. And thank you for helping me believe in myself and in the impossible. Because even through I've got plenty of snaps left in me, after 16 years of giving this game everything I've got, I can't wait to see what else is possible.”

Who faces more pressure from Brady: Rodgers or Mahomes? (1:53)
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Chiefs great, local politician Arbanas dies at 82

Former Chiefs tight end Fred Arbanas, a key member of their first two Super Bowl teams, has died at 82. After his playing career, Arbanas had a lengthy run in county politics.

Which AFC team is the biggest threat to the Chiefs? (1:52)
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4dDavid Purdum

Chiefs, Buccaneers open with highest win totals

The Chiefs open with the highest win total of all NFL teams ahead of the league's first 17-game regular season, with 12, followed by the Bucs with 11.5 wins.

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Ex-Chiefs assistant Reid charged with felony DWI

Former Chiefs assistant Britt Reid was charged with felony driving while intoxicated for his involvement in a February car crash that left a 5-year-old girl critically injured.

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21dAdam Teicher

Source: Chiefs agree to 1-year deal with Blythe

Austin Blythe, 28, who started at center for each of the past three seasons for the Los Angeles Rams, is joining the Kansas City Chiefs on a one-year deal, a source told ESPN on Tuesday.

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Intriguing 2021 regular-season games created today with the official addition of a 17th week: 🏈New Orleans at Tennessee 🏈Tampa Bay at Indianapolis 🏈Green Bay at Kansas City 🏈N.Y. Giants at Miami 🏈Dallas at New England

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Defensive tackle Jarran Reed is expected to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs, per source. KC can pair Reed with Chris Jones to cause havoc inside - Jeremy Fowler

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Ravens add Watkins as hunt for receiver ends

The addition of Sammy Watkins ended the Ravens' pursuit of an experienced wide receiver for Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens' 32nd-ranked passing attack.

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26dAdam Teicher

Source: Chiefs ink WR Robinson to 1-year deal

Career highs in catches and yards in 2020 couldn't earn a multi-year contract for free agent wide receiver Demarcus Robinson, who instead re-signed with the Chiefs for one year, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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26dAdam Teicher

Mahomes partners with HBCU Legacy Bowl

Patrick Mahomes, through his 15 and the Mahomies Foundation, is partnering with the HBCU Legacy Bowl, which will begin play next year in New Orleans.

Team Stats

Passing Yards303.41st
Rushing Yards112.416th
Points For29.66th
Points Against22.6Tied-22nd