Reports: Chiefs Sign Berry For Big Money, Release CharlesBerry has reportedly received the most guaranteed money among all current NFL safeties.
Chiefs Team Grades: K.C. Offense Comes Up Short Against Stout Pittsburgh DefenseThe Kansas City Chiefs lost on Sunday night, 18-16, to the Pittsburgh Steelers in an AFC Divisional Round Playoff matchup, marking the fourth time in a row now that the Chiefs have not been able to capitalize on a playoff bye. The Kansas City defense did its job, holding the Steelers offense out of the end zone and forcing six field goals. However, the Chiefs offense couldn't generate enough scoring opportunities of its own after a first-possession touchdown drive, and a game-tying two-point conversion in the fourth quarter was called back due to a holding penalty. That's how close it was for Kansas City, which now hasn't won a home playoff game since the 1993 postseason when Joe Montana was the quarterback.
Chiefs Land Five On A.P. All-Pro TeamsPunt returner Tyreek Hill is a unanimous first team choice as a rookie
Chiefs Get 4 Players Invited To Pro BowlRookie KR/WR Tyreek Hilll (pictured) is one of them
In Berry, Chiefs TrustBig time playmaker guides Kansas City to come-from-behind win at Atlanta
Chiefs Grades: Defense, Special Teams Shine In Chiefs' Comeback Win Over Carolina PanthersTwo key fourth-quarter turnovers help Chiefs rally to fifth straight win.
Eric Berry Reports to Chiefs CampSafety will likely miss Thursday's final preseason game against Green Bay
Report: Chiefs Pro Bowler to End HoldoutSafety Eric Berry will get franchise tag salary of $10.8 million instead of long-term deal
Chiefs Insert an Unsigned Berry Atop Depth ChartEric Berry is listed as the No. 1 safety, yet he hasn't agreed to his franchise tag 1-year contract.
Chiefs' Eric Berry Diagnosed With CancerChiefs safety Eric Berry has been diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease and will begin chemotherapy for what doctors called a "very treatable and potentially curable" form of cancer.
Injury Report: Rams Could Be Thin At Corner Sunday vs. ChiefsSt. Louis has 12 players listed with some type of ailment that could affect their ability to play Sunday, when the Rams travel to Arrowhead Stadium to take on the cross-state rival Kansas City Chiefs.
AFC All-Pro Selections - DefenseAFC defensive all-pro selections are in. Defensive line, led by J.J. Watt, looks like a brick wall. See who else made the list.