Kansas City Chiefs clinch the AFC West.

Lisa Johnson
AFC South AFC East Reporter

By Lisa Johnson //@LJ1303

The Kansas Chiefs are your 2019 AFC West division Champions. And, of course, what’s a championship without some controversy.

Prior to the Chiefs game on Sunday against the New England Patriots in Foxboro, the team’s equipment went missing. According to CBS Sports, the Chiefs would have been required to forfeit to the Patriots if the equipment didn’t show up before the game’s kickoff, which was scheduled for 4:25 p.m. ET. The haul of baggage included roughly 35 helmets and 35 pairs of shoulder pads.

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An inside look into Cheifs training camp

Araceli Villanueva
Kansas City Chiefs Reporter

By Araceli Villanueva // @Aracelv1

Over ten thousand of fans have made the trek to Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri to watch and get up close to their favorite Kansas City Chiefs players.

From tailgating in the parking lots to various outdoor activities, training camp has all the makings of a traditional game without the high price of a game ticket and parking pass.

At 8:15 am every morning, the Chiefs walk down the hill in front of screaming fans to the field to start their day by running numerous drills with each rotation until 11 am.

Newcomers cornerback Tyrann Mathieu, safety Juan Thornhill, and wide receiver Mecole Hardman have integrated well with the veterans; displaying strong performances – gearing up for their Arrowhead debut. But no one could ignore star quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ powerful arm.

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Ty Law: PFHOF Class of 2019

 

Sonja Greenfield, Senior NFL Reporter NFC North, NFC East

By Sonja Greenfield //@Mom23RN

It gives me great pleasure to get to talk about Ty Law.  When we were dividing this up, of course, I had to pick Ty.  Because… Michigan.  I remember in college, a girl on my hall was a Patriots fan, and really loved him. I always to say he was “mine” first at Michigan.

But back to Ty. Law was born in Pennsylvania, home to the most Hall of Famers. In Pennsylvania, football was life. As Law states, “Where I came from, if you don’t love the game of football, you better move.  We played baseball; we played basketball; we live football.”

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