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2017 Schedule
10-6, 1st in AFC West
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Soon-to-be traded Peters thanks K.C. in post

Marcus Peters thanked Kansas City in an Instagram post Sunday and Sean McVay, who is expected to be his new coach after the league year begins on March 14, told the Kansas City Star on Saturday that his players know what is expected from them on his team.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Tony Gonzalez was introduced at the 101 Banquet in Kansas City as this year‘s entrant into the Chiefs Hall of Fame. He's got a bigger award on tap early next year when he's eligible to be picked for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. "It's going to be great, a party," Gonzalez said. " i'll bring everybody out. I'm looking forward to it, if I get inducted, if I get my name called. I can't wait. I've been there a bunch. I've been to Marcus (Allen's) speech. I saw Warren (Moon's) speech. I've been there one other time too. I've been there three times, I think it would be great to be a part of it."

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams coach Sean McVay, in Kansas City for the annual 101 Banquet, wouldn't go into detail about acquiring quarterback Marcus Peters from the Chiefs. "Right now, just because of where we are in the league year, we can't make it official," McVay said. "We have to be careful because of some of the tampering things. March 14 hopefully will be able to talk about that." McVay then paused, smiled and said, "But he's a great player." McVay was being honored at the 101 for being the NFC coach of the year.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams' Aaron Donald, in Kansas City for the annual 101 Banquet, said he's "definitely excited" Los Angeles acquired cornerback Marcus Peters from the Chiefs. "I definitely know he's a playmaker. I'm excited he's with us," Donald said. Donald is being honored as the NFC defensive player of the year.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Peyton Manning is in Kansas City for the annual 101 Banquet. He's receiving the Lamar Hunt Award for his contributions to pro football.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs picked up a sixth-round draft choice today when the NFL awarded compensatory picks.

Chiefs hoping to shift culture by trading Peters to Rams (1:51)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Rams are closing in on a trade to acquire CB Marcus Peters from the Chiefs, which would address a desperate area of need for them. Peters, 6 feet and 197 pounds, is a two-time Pro Bowler and former first-team All-Pro who's still only 25. Would come in as a starter, and presumably would mean Trumaine Johnson walks.

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Barnwell: Offseason moves to improve every AFC team

The Jags, Jets and Browns will make a run at a quarterback. Jacksonville could have a new top receiver, too. Pittsburgh, meanwhile, has to clear out cap space and sign Le'Veon Bell. Here are five offseason moves to improve all 16 AFC teams.

Chiefs LB Duvernay-Tardif wants 'M.D.' added to jersey (2:00)
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Chiefs sign ex-Raiders cornerback Amerson

David Amerson, released by the Raiders earlier this month, has signed with the division-rival Chiefs. The cornerback made 33 starts for Oakland in three seasons, but he was limited last season due to a foot injury.

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Fuller On The Trade To KC, Toughest Opponents

Chiefs CB Kendall Fuller talks to Adam Schefter about the trade that sent him from Washington to Kansas City, the toughest covers in the NFL and much more.

Bruschi on Johnson: 'Definitely still has value' (0:55)

Team Stats

Passing Yards256.57th
Rushing Yards118.99th
Points For25.96th
Points Against21.215th