Morning Huddle – Shocking Revelation: Teams Make Money Regardless of On Field Performance

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Chiefs news for 7 February 2019

This is a really interesting article. I highly recommend reading it.

Kansas City Chiefs’ tax returns provide rare look inside the business of pro football | KC Star

By 2010, the Chiefs were very much a moneymaker, according to the team’s tax returns from that year, which were recently obtained by The Star. Those returns show:
There is little correlation between the team’s on-field performance and how much money it makes.
That year, the grown children of team founder Lamar Hunt split nearly $40 million in gross operating income. A team executive said they reinvested more than half of it in the team.
Some of the costs fans grumble about the most, such as parking, amount to a tiny fraction of the team’s overall revenues.

Ten Chiefs storylines to watch in the next 30 days | 247Sports

The NFL Scouting Combine is scheduled to run from February 26 to March 4. The Chiefs have a first-round pick this year after not having one in 2018 and also have two second-round picks, so there will be a number of Chiefs draft candidates working out in Indianapolis. Five of the six players the Chiefs drafted in 2018 were Combine participants.

Chiefs 2018 rookie season review: OLB Breeland Speaks | Chiefs Wire

It’s unclear if the Chiefs intend for Speaks to be a starter in 2019, but I wouldn’t be shocked if he is. He’ll be the defensive end on the strong side of the formation. The idea is that he can play the C gap (between the tackle and inline tight end) and defend the run. At times he’ll be asked to get after the quarterback, but on clear passing downs the Chiefs will likely bring in another defensive end with length and quickness.

Aaron Murray, Seantavius Jones among former Chiefs in AAF | Arrowhead Addict

As for Kansas City Chiefs fans, there are plenty of faces to watch in the new AAF on both offense and defense. Here’s a complete rundown of who to watch in the coming weeks if you aren’t ready to stop watching football anytime soon.

Multiple Chiefs players featured in this year’s “Bad Lip Reading of the NFL” and it’s hilarious | Fox4KC

The YouTube channel released the video featuring highlights from the 2018-2019 NFL season with hilarious lip dubbing on Friday. Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill, quarterback Patrick Mahomes, head coach Andy Reid, former defensive coordinator Bob Sutton and punter Dustin Colquitt are all featured.

Stay on Dwayne Bowe Island for only $3,500 per night | Arrowhead Addict

At $3,500 per night, the price might seem steep for Bowe Island, but the listing says the house can accommodate 12 people on site, which means if you had a large group of friends, you could all split the cost to make things more affordable. Imagine a long friends weekend at Bowe Island and how much fun you would have.

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