Can the Chiefs afford to re-sign Eric Berry? Considering what he meant to the team, the better question is whether they can afford not to sign him.
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Khalil Mack's presence on the Raiders' defense helped stabilize a sometimes shaky unit for Oakland.
Planning for a future without Charles?
There's no guarantee that RB Jamaal Charles will be the same following another ACL tear. That's why Adam Teicher expects Kansas City to draft a versatile back to invigorate the team's woeful run game. Predicting big changes
Una felicitación de Nixon que Obama convirtió en fiesta en la Casa Blanca
Hace 47 años otro presidente de Estados Unidos puso en práctica una ocurrencia que, en su momento, quizá sólo fue una anécdota, pero que años más tarde se convirtió en una práctica común. Leer
Carl Cheffers, criticized by the Chiefs' Travis Kelce for a controversial holding penalty he called that negated a tying two-point conversion attempt, will be the referee for Super Bowl LI.
Sean Davis said he was fined about $24,000 for his helmet-to-helmet hit to Chiefs wide receiver Chris Conley in Sunday's divisional playoff game.
Jamaal Charles hasn't been the same since his 2015 injury, but given the Chiefs' struggles, it might have been worth activating him for the playoffs.
Don't expect much spending in K.C.
GM John Dorsey has done well in the draft, a good thing considering the Chiefs are right up against the 2017 cap. They won't be able to do much in free agency, John Clayton writes. Penny pinchers (Insider)
The Chiefs' Andy Reid edged out the Raiders' Jack Del Rio in voting for AFC West coach of the year by reporters covering the division for ESPN.com.
Chiefs duo among top free agents-to-be
John Clayton ranks both Dontari Poe and Eric Berry among his top potential free agents for the 2017 offseason. And it might be hard to keep both defensive stars in Kansas City. Top free agents (Insider)
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After a disappointing season as a rookie in 2015, Melvin Gordon looked much more like a first-round pick for the Chargers this season.
The Chiefs, who have lost 10 of their past 11 playoff games, are once again wondering where it all went wrong.
Marly, Jorge, Bernardo and special guest Chad Johnson talk about playoff football, socially active athletes and what could be in store for the two new L.A. football teams.
Usually quick to defend his starting quarterback, Chiefs coach Andy Reid was evasive about what the future holds for Alex Smith.
Eric Fisher's holding penalty was one of many calls that, had it gone differently, could've turned the Chiefs' loss into a trip to the AFC title game.
Smith was one of divisional round's worst QBs
Alex Smith has been known to shred defenses with his short passing game, but the Steelers suffocated that approach on Sunday night. He finished with the weekend's third-worst Total QBR after the Chiefs registered their third-lowest yards after catch of 2016. Best, worst QBs
ESPN NFL analyst Tim Hasselbeck covers Alex Smith's abilities, Smith's outing against the Steelers and how Antonio Brown's Facebook Live video affects the public's perception of Mike Tomlin.
Berry, Poe should cash in for 2017
Eric Berry should be in for a hefty payday this offseason after an explosive 2016 campaign, Mike Sando writes, while 350-pound war daddy Dontari Poe should be kept an eye on as well. Due for paydays (Insider)
Chiefs coach Andy Reid doesn't believe the holding penalty on left tackle Eric Fisher that cost Kansas City a tying two-point conversion against Pittsburgh on Sunday should have been called.
If Bill Musgrave does the same kind of work in Denver that he did in Oakland, the division might have to beware of the Broncos.
Arrowhead a house of horrors... for Chiefs
K.C. is known for its home-field advantage, but the opposite has been true in the postseason. The Chiefs are now 0-3 after earning a first-round bye and 2-6 all-time in playoff home games, easily the worst mark in NFL history. (Elias Sports Bureau)
Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer
"There's a finalization to it that hits you right between the eyes." -- coach Andy Reid on the end of the Chiefs' season.
Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer
ICYMI: after favorites won and covered the first six NFL playoff games, the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers pulled outright upsets on Sunday. Overall, favorites are 6-2 SU and ATS while overs lead unders 5-3. Furthermore, first-half faves and overs are both 5-3 while second-half faves are 6-1-1 ATS (the push was Dallas -5 as the Cowboys won the second half 18-13 while Kansas City was a 2-point second-half fave and prevailed 9-6) and second-half unders lead 5-3.