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Ex-Jets, Chiefs DE Mike DeVito announces retirement
Mike DeVito is calling it a career. The former New York Jets and Kansas City Chiefs defensive end announced his retirement in a heartfelt letter on Monday.
Chiefs thinking playoffs after routing Chargers
Don't look now but the Chiefs are now .500 after starting the season 1-5. Does Kansas City have a change at making the playoffs? Their players believe so.
16 things to know about the Week 7 injury report
New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham is questionable for Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys. Will he be ready to play? Here's other injuries we're tracking.
Injuries: Victor Cruz (calf) not expected to play Sunday
Giants wideout Victor Cruz is not expected to play Sunday in a divisional matchup with the Cowboys, Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday. Check out the rest of Wednesday's injury news.
Injuries: Shane Ray hurts knee; Watkins hurts ankle
Broncos linebacker Shane Ray was helped off with an apparent right leg injury. He was ruled out, as was Bills wideout Sammy Watkins. Read the rest of Sunday's injury news.
St. Louis Rams headline top 10 defensive fronts
Aaron Donald and Robert Quinn headline a Rams defensive front that leads Chris Wesseling's Top 10 list this week. Find out where the Bills and Dolphins rank among the NFL's best front sevens.
Mike DeVito: Chiefs 'building a bully' on defense
Devito is borrowing a phrase from his former head coach Rex Ryan, an influence on Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton.
Chiefs LB Derrick Johnson 'itching' for training camp
NFL fans aren't the only ones yearning for training camp to start. Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson is "itching" to get back to hitting after missing 15 games last season.
Peyton Manning, Jamaal Charles spearhead All-AFC West Team
Peyton Manning might be the top quarterback in his division at age 39 -- but there's a promising youngster looming on the horizon. Dave Dameshek fills out his All-AFC West Team.
Chiefs 5K race features 95-year-old Air Force veteran
Edward Burnham, a former Air Force colonel, has participated in 143 marathons during his lifetime. This weekend, he pounded his way through a 5K race put on by the Chiefs in 74 minutes.
Winners and Losers from Week 1
The NFC East could be just as bad as you expected. That's great news for the Philadelphia Eagles. Find out the other biggest winners and losers from Week 1.
Injury roundup: X-rays negative on Jake Matthews
Ian Rapoport reported Monday that X-rays came up negative on the left ankle of Falcons rookie bookend Jake Matthews. The first-round left tackle leads off Monday's injury roundup.
What you need to know from Sunday's games
Multiple comebacks resulted in some thrilling finishes on Sunday, including Matt Ryan leading the Falcons to an upset of the Saints. Find out what we learned from the first full day of football.
Tennessee Titans steamroll Chiefs in Kansas City
Kansas City had a dismal opening day with the double whammy Derrick Johnson's ruptured Achilles tendon and a lack of offensive weapons. Tennessee steamrolled the Chiefs to a 26-10 win.
Injuries you need to know: Wes Welker gets concussion
Wes Welker of the Denver Broncos was among the walking wounded after Week 11. Find out the rest of the NFL's key injuries to keep an eye on from Sunday.
J.J. Watt still atop ATL's defensive end rankings
J.J. Watt's sacks are down slightly from last season, but he's still the NFL's best defensive end. Chris Wesseling explores while breaking down the best and worst of the position.
Thursday night preview: Kansas City Chiefs' tall task
This is a very different Philadelphia Eagles team than the one Andy Reid used to coach. And the 2013 Kansas City Chiefs are a far different -- and better -- team, too.
Alex Smith, Andy Reid among reasons to believe in 2013 Chiefs
Gil Brandt knows many prognosticators have been burned by the Kansas City Chiefs. But this year, with Andy Reid and Alex Smith on board, will be different -- maybe even playoffs different.
Clark Hunt: Chiefs would have liked No. 1 pick last year
Clark Hunt admitted 2013 was the wrong year to have the No. 1 overall draft pick. The Kansas City Chiefs chairman, however, is still happy with the offseason.
New York Jets defense's turnover has no end in sight
Darrelle Revis has one foot out the door, other defensive mainstays have left for different pastures and the turnover on defense rolls on for the New York Jets.