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    (CNN)Nearly a dozen retired Border Patrol chiefs implored congressional leadership Wednesday to provide additional resources and take steps to reform the US immigration system, calling the number of minors arriving at the US-Mexico border "unprecedented," according to a letter shared with CNN. "The patchwork system in place continues to fail us all," the chiefs, who served in the agency in both Democratic and Republican administrations, wrote. The letter -- the first of its kind -- indicates the urgency of the situation along the southern border from the perspective of officials who experienced previous surges firsthand. Biden assigning Harris to lead diplomatic efforts in Central America to address immigration"This is a problem we've had for many years. Look back at 2014 with the unaccompanied children crisis. We didn't have the infrastructure then. We definitely were suffering from that same problem under the previous administration," said Rodolfo Karisch, who previously served as chief patrol agent in Tucson, Arizona, and the Rio Grande Valley. "This is something that both sides keep pointing fingers at, but unfortunately it's the agents in the field...
    KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI – SEPTEMBER 10: Patrick Mahomes #15 celebrates a touchdown with teammate Sammy Watkins #14 of the Kansas City Chiefs during the second quarter against the Houston Texans at Arrowhead Stadium on September 10, 2020 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images) Here are three wideouts Kansas City can sign in free agency to replace Sammy Watkins.  Sammy Watkins has been a reasonably productive player during his Chiefs tenure, but it’s time for Kansas City to stop waiting for him to fulfill his full potential. The reality is that Watkins is just a slightly above-average wide receiver when you focus purely on what he produces on the field. That makes him a guy who is imminently replaceable in free agency. There’s no way Andy Reid and the brain trust in Kansas City should hand Watkins a big deal on the open market. Unless he’s willing to take a bargain deal, the Chiefs need to let a rival franchise pay the premium for his big name. It might be tempting for the Chiefs to wait around until April’s...
    Will the Baltimore Ravens finally add a wide receiver in free agency by signing Sammy Watkins? It’s no secret at the Baltimore Ravens need a true No.1 target the 2021 season. Marquise Brown is a fine option and Mark Andrews is a rising tight end. The two of them cannot do all the work alone for Lamar Jackson. The good news for both is that the 2021 NFL Draft is loaded with talent at the position. Watkins or not, they should be able to bolster their weapons at some point come April 29-May 1. Next: 10 best remaining NFL free agents on the market
    The Kansas City Chiefs have been busy this offseason and will look to keep things going by potentially signing cornerback K’Waun Williams.  In what’s been an extremely busy offseason for the Kansas City Chiefs, general manager Brett Veach isn’t even close to done making moves for the team. Come early next week, Veach is hoping to add some help for the secondary. According to NJ.com’s Mike Kaye, the Chiefs will be bringing in veteran cornerback K’Waun Williams for a visit. While the San Francisco 49ers are hopeful he’ll return, and the Jets are also showing interest, it looks like the Chiefs are ready to try and swoop in to land him. Per league source, #49ers CB K’Waun Williams is flying to KC on Monday for a visit with the #Chiefs on Tuesday. It was previously reported the #Jets had some interest. — Mike Kaye (@mike_e_kaye) March 21, 2021 Veteran cornerback K’Waun Williams will be visiting with the Chiefs on TuesdayPer Kaye, Williams’ visit with the Chiefs is all set for Tuesday. Shortly after that, we could find out whether or...
    The Kansas City Chiefs continue to make moves to help out the offensive line, with the team signing veteran hoss Kyle Long.  Earlier this month, veteran offensive lineman Kyle Long surprised many, announcing that he was coming out of retirement to put the pads back on in the trenches. Well, the veteran has now put himself in a position to potentially win a Super Bowl next season. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Long has agreed to a one-year deal to join the Kansas City Chiefs and will now be in charge of joining a unit to help protect the NFL’s richest man in Patrick Mahomes. Remember, Kansas City also brought in Joe Thuney this week. Former Bears Pro Bowl guard Kyle Long, who came out of retirement this off-season, is signing a one-year deal worth up to $5 million with the Kansas City Chiefs, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 17, 2021 Kyle Long will be signing a one-year deal worth $5 million with the Kansas City ChiefsAfter spending seven years with the Chicago Bears from 2013-2019, Long retired...
    GREEN BAY, WI – SEPTEMBER 28: Corey Linsley #63 of the Green Bay Packers in action against the Kansas City Chiefs during a game at Lambeau Field on September 28, 2015 in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers defeated the Chiefs 38-28. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images) The Chiefs need to rebuild their offensive line to protect Patrick Mahomes this offseason. Here are three signings Kansas City should make.  Credit Kansas City’s front office for understanding that their inability to protect Patrick Mahomes was a big reason why they failed to capture a Super Bowl title last season. Now the Chiefs are prepared to dramatically overhaul their offensive line in an effort to solve that weakness heading into 2021. The team’s decision to release both Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz on Thursday now means the Chiefs could start next season with five new starting offensive lineman. Each of the team’s three projected interior starters are headed for free agency as well. Odds are one or two of those players will return to the fold in Kansas City next year, but the...
    EURO chiefs could BAN transfers between the biggest clubs - to try to level up football. The unlikely idea was suggested by Juventus President Andrea Agnelli, head of the European Club Association. 2Champions League clubs could be banned from doing business with each otherCredit: Times Newspapers Ltd Juve spent a fortune on luring Cristiano Ronaldo away from Real Madrid, while Barcelona were considering asking for £500m plus for the services of Lionel Messi last summer. This summer could see mega-moves for PSG’s Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, as well as Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland and Jadon Sancho. But Agnelli revealed talks had opened that could see curbs put on clubs trading with each other from 2024. He said: “This is a fertile moment to think of new and greater solutions. “We could think of a double path for the transfer system whereby clubs qualifying for European competitions enter into specific tiers. “If that happened, they wouldn't be allowed to buy each...
    Getty Chiefs defensive backs Juan Thornhill and Bashaud Breeland With six unrestricted free agent cornerbacks currently on roster and one of the more challenging salary cap situations across the NFL, the Kansas City Chiefs’ secondary could feature some new names in 2021. The most notable name of the free agent group is Bashaud Breeland, who has started 26 games for the AFC champions over the past two seasons. Given the uncertainty of the club’s finances, his up-and-down play and the emergence of rookie standout L’Jarius Sneed, Breeland has been commonly cast aside by onlookers hoping for an upgrade at the position. In a recent NFL.com piece predicting one free agent match for each NFC team, Around the NFL writer Nick Shook pegged the Dallas Cowboys as a feasible landing spot for Chiefs’ top cornerback. Follow the Heavy on Chiefs Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors and content out of Chiefs Kingdom! Follow Heavy on Chiefs Breeland Fits Mold of Typical Cowboys’ Free Agency TargetsBreeland, who turned 29 years old in January, is slated to hit...
    ‘The View: Meghan McCain’s Craziest Hairstyles – From ‘Bridgerton’ to Princess Leia (Photos) Virgin Galactic Chairman Sells $213 Million Stake It’s probably for the best that Aaron Rodgers did NOT say that winning NFL MVP in 2020 was the best thing that happened to him last year. © Provided by For The Win Instead, he said his engagement to actress Shailene Woodley was. A reminder: Rodgers stunned the world when he thanked his fiancee in his MVP acceptance speech, amid reports he was dating Woodley. She then confirmed they had been engaged “for a while” (and she said she knows him as “the nerd who wants to host Jeopardy!“). There was also Rodgers shouting out Woodley’s The Mauritanian co-star Jodie Foster that led to some fun back-and-forth, but that’s besides the point in this case. Rodgers was on a Zenith Watches Instagram Live on Thursday and, as transcribed by USA TODAY, here’s what he said: Rodgers said proposing to actress Shailene Woodley was “the best thing that’s happened to me in the last year.” “I’m recently engaged, so been enjoying that part of...
    LANDOVER, MARYLAND – OCTOBER 25: Ryan Kerrigan #91 of the Washington Football Team (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images) The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off a rather embarrassing Super Bowl 55 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Even with limited cap space, here are three free agents they should target. The Kansas City Chiefs are nearly a month removed from losing Super Bowl 55 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and are probably still stewing over it. Now, they have to do the work and make some important roster decisions to ensure they can make it to the big game for a third-consecutive year. Kansas City’s main issue is that they are currently $23.7 million over the salary cap threshold, per Over the Cap. But that can be rectified through some cuts or contract restructuring. However, they won’t be able to fish for the top players on the market. Even so, they can still some great players on a considerable bargain. Here are three free agents the Chiefs should sign in the 2021 league year. 3. Ryan Kerrigan DE Washington Football...
    Increase in durable goods orders three times higher than expected Capitol Police chief: We asked for National Guard help early on Jan. 6 Tom Brady is unlikely to ever be fully transparent about why he left the New England Patriots in 2020 to join the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (a Brady-esque version of "The Last Dance" in the future notwithstanding). Bucs RB on going back-to-back: Bradys done it before, why not us? USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Colts and Carson Wentz are both thrilled with blockbuster trade For The Win LeSean McCoy on his future: I still have more highlights to make NFL Former Big 22 standout helping Florida firefighter battling Stage 4 cancer WSOC Charlotte AM Weather Update With Anne Elise Parks CBS Dallas Jim Donovan hosts roundtable with Browns quarterbacks Baker Mayfield, Bernie Kosar, and Tim Couch WKYC-TV Cleveland Javelinas have win streak snapped by UT Tyler - 3Sports KIII-TV Corpus Christi Keiser flag football...
    The headgear Andy Reid used at the start of the coronavirus pandemic-impacted 2020 season with the Kansas City Chiefs will be immortalized in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The hat and face shield Reid used during the start of the season, which of course went viral on social media, will make its way to Canton, Ohio, the Hall of Fame announced Monday. He wore it during the Chiefs’ first game of the season against the Houston Texans back in September. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "New to arrive at the Hall: the game-worn hat and face shield of @Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. He wore both of these items much of the 2020 season as a part of the @NFL's COVID-19 protocols," the Pro Football Hall of Fame wrote in a tweet. RAIDERS DEFENSIVE TACKLE ON PLAYING IN DALLAS: 'I HATED GOING TO WORK FOR THE COWBOYS' Reid’s face shield repeatedly fogged up in the humid weather at Arrowhead Stadium, prompting social media users to question whether the Chiefs coach could even see the action on the...
    Biden declares major disaster in Texas after winter storm U.S. condemns fatal shootings of two protesters in Myanmar, calls on military to end violence After a magical two-year run, the Chiefs' 2020 season ended with an emphatic thud in Super Bowl LV. With Patrick Mahomesdoing his best Fran Tarkenton impression, the Chiefs fought but ultimately fell incredibly short in their quest to successfully defend their title.  © Provided by CBS Sports Kansas City's 31-9 loss to the Buccaneers showcased the areas the Chiefs needs to strengthen this offseason. The Chiefs will not only look to become the fourth team to play in three straight Super Bowls, they will also vie for their sixth consecutive AFC West division title in 2021. But unlike recent years, the Chiefs will face a much more challenging division. The Raiders started 6-3 last season before a late-season swoon kept them out of the playoffs. Offensive Rookie of the Year Justin Herbert and the Chargers closed out 2020 with four consecutive wins. Denver will look to rebound following another rocky season that saw Von Miller...
    RUGBY chiefs are being urged to ban the controversial 'crocodile roll' that caused a horrific injury to England star Jack Willis. Willis suffered an excruciating knee injury when Italy's Sebastian Negri rolled him at a ruck just seconds after he scored his second test try in only his third international. 5Rugby has been urged to clean up its act and outlaw the 'crocodile roll' which led to Jack Willis' horror injuryCredit: 3 The Wasps star faces another spell on the sidelines with the game urged to clean up its act. Willis left Twickenham on crutches and is unlikely to play again this Six Nations. And taking aim at the tackle technique used by Negri, ex-world No1 ref Nigel Owens said: "The game needs to do more to stop the 'crocodile rolls' that led to the injury to Jack Willis. "The law is pretty simple. It is illegal to wilfully collapse a ruck and you must join no lower than your hip. "You cannot target someone's knees. Teams have been using judo coaches to teach players how to roll people away...
    For just the second time in the last decade, Sunday's Super Bowl failed to attract 100 million viewers, instead totaling just 94.4 million while still setting a new record for its streaming audience. ViacomCBS revealed the Nielsen ratings Tuesday following the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' emphatic 31-9 Super Bowl LV victory over the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. The game had been touted for its quarterback matchup of Tom Brady vs. Patrick Mahomes, but like much of biggest sporting events of the pandemic era, failed to meet expectations. Many have suggested that sports TV ratings suffered because of athletes protesting during the national anthem, but that was not the case before Super Bowl LV. Likewise, there was no protesting before other events such as the Kentucky Derby and golf's US Open, both of which also endured major audience declines during the pandemic. ViacomCBS revealed the Nielsen ratings Tuesday following the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' emphatic 31-9 Super Bowl LV victory over the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. The game had been touted for its quarterback matchup of Tom Brady (pictured) vs....
    The Health 202: More than four in 10 coronavirus vaccine recipients are seniors England call up up Sinckler, Vunipola for Italy Six Nations clash Patrick Mahomes mom seemed to blame the refs for the Chiefs Super Bowl loss, and even tweeted Tom Bradys wife to complain © Getty/Patrick Smith Patrick Mahomes, Carl Cheffers. Getty/Patrick Smith Patrick Mahomes mom said the Chiefs lost the Super Bowl because the referees were on the Bucs side. Randi Mahomes made the accusation on Twitter, and even tagged Brady's wife, Gisele Bündchen. "If you have to have the ref on your team is that really winning!!!" — she said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After the Kansas City Chiefs' were thrashed 31-9 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Super Bowl 55 on Sunday, Patrick Mahomes said the Bucs were simply the "better team." Not everyone is family seems to agree, however, with his mother Randi tweeting during the game that her son's team lost because the referees were on the Bucs' side. In the finals stages of the Chiefs' defeat, Randi...
    Patrick Mahomes, Carl Cheffers. Getty/Patrick Smith Patrick Mahomes mom said the Chiefs lost the Super Bowl because the referees were on the Bucs side. Randi Mahomes made the accusation on Twitter, and even tagged Brady's wife, Gisele Bündchen. "If you have to have the ref on your team is that really winning!!!" — she said. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After the Kansas City Chiefs' were thrashed 31-9 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Super Bowl 55 on Sunday, Patrick Mahomes said the Bucs were simply the "better team." Not everyone is family seems to agree, however, with his mother Randi tweeting during the game that her son's team lost because the referees were on the Bucs' side. In the finals stages of the Chiefs' defeat, Randi jumped on Twitter to share her thoughts on the officials, and even tagged Tom Brady's wife, the supermodel Gisele Bündchen. "If you have to have the ref on your team is that really winning!!! @giseleofficial lol," she said in a tweet that has since been deleted, but was seen...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — Tyreek Hill was disrespectful. RELATED: Bruins David Pastrnak Named NHLs First Star Of Week When the speedy Chiefs receiver spoke to ESPN last summer about chasing Michael Jordan, he knew what he was doing. He was being disrespectful. Tom Brady, a man who’s managed to invent and obsess over real and perceived slights for 20-plus years, tends to take notice of such things. On Sunday night in Super Bowl LV, a couple of high-profile incidents of comeuppance stood out, with Antoine Winfield Jr. throwing up deuces to Tyreek Hill and Brady getting face-to-face with Tyrann Mathieu after a touchdown. Yet while that was going on, there was actually a different case of longstanding vengeance-seeking that was taking place, and it involved Brady and Hill. You see, it was last July, when Hill was basking in the glow of winning a Super Bowl. The Chiefs — with Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid — had only won the one championship, but the franchise was feeling good about its chance of building a dynasty. Yet rather...
    TAMPA, FLORIDA – FEBRUARY 07: Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs reacts in the fourth quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium on February 07, 2021 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) Losing Super Bowl 55 doesn’t drastically change the long-term trajectory of the Chiefs. Kansas City is still positioned to win Super Bowl 56. Chiefs fans can’t be blamed for being down in the dumps after their team’s dispiriting 31-9 loss to the Buccaneers in Super Bowl 55. Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City’s vaunted offense looked lost against a ferocious Tampa Bay front. The team’s secondary looked completely helpless against Tom Brady and the plethora of talented receivers employed by the Buccaneers. It was still just one game. The loss shouldn’t do much to damage the Chiefs’ long-term trajectory as a potential NFL dynasty. In fact, Kansas City will still enter the 2021 regular season as the firm betting favorite to win Super Bowl 56. Here are three reasons why Mahomes and company should be backed to lift...
    Health officials concerned after maskless Super Bowl celebrations. Florida reaches 200 variant cases. Latest COVID-19 updates. No jury for Hong Kongs first national security trial: source Rob Gronkowski hilariously crashed a Mike Evans interview to tell the WR it was time to party Rob Gronkowski reached peak Gronk levels during a postgame conversation with Mike Evans after they won Super Bowl LV. © Provided by For The Win With Evans appearing on NFL Network for an interview, Gronk made a cameo off screen. Gronk did just about everything he could to get Evans away from the interview so that the two of them could “turn up.” Gronk even seemed to appeal to the interviewers: “Yo he’s gotta turn up!” “I’m trying to go party,” Evans said. Gronk, in particular, had a lot to celebrate, with six receptions for 67 yards and two touchdowns in the Bucs’ 31-9 win. Evans finished with one reception for 31 yards. "Yo he's gotta turn up!" @RobGronkowski trying to get @Mikeevans13_ out of his interview ???? pic.twitter.com/8IIxZZlgTm— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) February 8, 2021...
    KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI – OCTOBER 11: Patrick Mahomes #15 and Kelechi Osemele #70 of the Kansas City Chiefs kneel in the endzone prior to the game against the Las Vegas Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium on October 11, 2020 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images) Kansas City might be one of the best teams entering 2021, but they’ll need to bring back these names if they want to remain legitimate top dogs in the AFC.  The Kansas City Chiefs did it again. Patrick Mahomes is back on top and all is right in the world once more. Sure, Tom Brady might have had the home-field advantage, but Andy Reid had the bye week. Advantage? Reid. Kansas City now hoists their second Super Bowl win of the Mahomes era. Still on his rookie contract, one more will be plenty to buy a lost season or two over the next 10 years when the former MVP is making a half-billion dollars. That might be the case since the salary cap will be forcing the Chiefs to face the hard reality....
    The mother of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has called out Super Bowl officials in a tweet mentioning supermodel Gisele Bündchen. It comes as the Buccaneers won their second NFL title and first in 18 years while becoming the first team to play the big game at home, capping an unusual and challenging season played through the novel coronavirus. Bündchen's husband Tom Brady recorded his seventh Super Bowl yesterday evening, guiding the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to their second league crown with a 31-9 win over the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes in Super Bowl LV. Following the game, Mahomes' mother Randi Mahomes tweeted: 'If you have to have the ref on your team is that really winning!!! @giseleofficial lol.' Randi Mahomes, mother of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has called out Super Bowl officials in a tweet mentioning supermodel Gisele Bündchen The tweet mentioned Tom Brady's wife, supermodel Gisele Bündchen The tweet appeared to reference a number of decisions by the referee during the game.  Tom Brady and Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Tyrann Mathieu were involved in an...
    South Africa halts AstraZeneca/Oxford vaccine use after UK study; Pfizer touts Project Light Speed; 27M US cases. Latest COVID-19 updates. On impeachment, the stakes are high not only for Trump but also for almost everybody else Bucs rookies peace sign to Tyreek Hill was petty revenge months in the making Few things make a Super Bowl better than good, ol’-fashioned pettiness. In Super Bowl LV, the most petty moment came via Tampa Bay Buccaneers Antoine Winfield Jr., who didn’t forget one of the biggest moments of disrespect of his short NFL career. The story began back in November, when the Bucs faced the Kansas City Chiefs in the regular season and got eviscerated by Chiefs star Tyreek Hill. Hill posted a career-high 269 receiving yards and three touchdowns against the Tampa Bay secondary, with his first score coming via a 75-yard touchdown. It was the kind of play that typically looks so easy for Hill and Patrick Mahomes. By the time Hill reached the end zone, the lone defender near him was Winfield, so it was Winfield who received...
    Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs blew a golden opportunity in Super Bowl 55.Despite being the favorites to win Super Bowl 55, the Kansas City Chiefs came out and laid an egg vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, losing a laugher, 31-9. With this Super Bowl victory, Tom Brady has achieved magnificent No. 7 in his illustrious career. While this was a home game for the Buccaneers, they were getting points as the underdog. But if you give Brady and one of his teams an edge, that could be the worst thing to ever happen to you. Tampa Bay played fantastically, but Kansas City could not have looked worse on Sunday. Chiefs made three critical mistakes that cost them Super Bowl 553. Eric Bieniemy and the offense’s inability to address Tampa Bay pass rushThis was the on-going problem throughout. The Chiefs were down their two starting offensive tackles in Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz for the ball game. While there was not a ton they could have done to contain the relentless Tampa Bay pass rush, Reid and offensive coordinator...
    The Kansas City Chiefs were expected to repeat as Super Bowl champions, but the Tampa Bay Buccaneers had other plans. Here are three members of the Chiefs to blame for the loss. Prior to the start of the 2020 regular-season, many had picked the Kansas City Chiefs to make it back to the Super Bowl and win their second-consecutive Lombardi Trophy. After 18 games, the Chiefs clinched their spot in Super Bowl 55. On the other side of the field where the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, led by new quarterback Tom Brady. Beating him would make the Chiefs’ victory even greater. 1. Chiefs receiving corpsWhat can you say other than Patrick Mahomes truly gave it his all. Sure, he had a backup offensive line in front of him, which allowed 28 pressures throughout the night. But, if we want to talk about the biggest letdown for Kansas City, it has to be the receiving corps. Mahomes was doing all he could, escaping Tampa Bay’s dominant pass rush, and he was hitting his receivers in the hands. The problem was, they weren’t...
    Leonard Fournette’s comeback story continues with a touchdown in the Super Bowl.  Remember when Leonard Fournette was expected to be the next “it” running back? Remember when the Jacksonville Jaguars let him go after three seasons of average play? Playoff Lenny remembers. Now, he’s dancing his way into the end zone. Fournette bounced free thanks to an impressive block from Ali Marpet to work into the Kansas City Chiefs secondary. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers runner would go near untouched 27 yards for the touchdown. SUPER BOWL LENNY. #GoBucs ????: #SBLV on CBS????: NFL app // Yahoo Sports app: https://t.co/HJtQf5igun pic.twitter.com/57dCW6tdT7 — NFL (@NFL) February 8, 2021 The Buccaneers now lead 28-6 in the middle of the third quarter.Is Kansas City now dead on arrival?Leonard Fournette (27-yard rush TD) ???? Top Speed: 19.96 MPH*???? Rush Yards Over Expected: +22???? TD Probability: 0.9% *Fournette: 2nd-fastest speed as a ball-carrier this season#SBLV | Powered by @awscloud pic.twitter.com/mGt4I8VcxG — Next Gen Stats (@NextGenStats) February 8, 2021 Fournette’s playoff success has made him a valuable free agent this offseason, but the attention now...
    Amanda Gorman’s Super Bowl Poem Honors Pandemic Heroes 10 Times You’re Right to Be a Cheapskate The Buccaneers failed on their big-man TD opportunity by not throwing it to Vita Vea We all love big-man touchdowns, especially in a Super Bowl, so the miss in the second quarter from Tom Brady to offensive lineman Joe Haeg was quite unfortunate. Bruce Arians was trying to get tricky, and Haeg couldn’t bring it in, and the Chiefs wound up stopping the Bucs at the Kansas City one-yard line on fourth down for a crucial goal-line stand. Bucs score a touchdown there, it’s 14-3, and the Chiefs are in big trouble. © Provided by Touchdown Wire I would like to posit that the failure wasn’t the play itself — the failure was that the Bucs threw it to the wrong guy. Let’s get in the Wayback Machine to November 24, 2019, when Brady was back in Boston, Jameis Winston was still Tampa Bay’s quarterback, and THIS HAPPENED. ???? THIS IS NOT A DRILL ???? VITA VEA HAS HAULED IN HIS FIRST...
    Ronald Jones. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images The Kansas City Chiefs stuffed the Tampa Buccaneers on a crucial fourth-and-goal early in the Super Bowl. After the play, CBS cut to commercial, even though the Bucs had challenged the call. When the broadcast returned, the officials were announcing their decision, robbing fans of replays. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The Kansas City Chiefs stopped the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a crucial fourth-and-goal during the first half of Super Bowl LV, but hardly anyone could see it. The play came just five minutes into the second quarter, with running back Ronald Jones lined up in the backfield with only inches between the Buccaneers and a touchdown. Jones took the handoff but was immediately stuffed by the Chiefs defense as he dove towards the goal line. A pile-up began, and it was unclear if Jones had scored. Eventually, the officials called him short of the touchdown, Chiefs' ball.—NFL (@NFL) February 8, 2021It was a close play and one that the Buccaneers immediately challenged, but before fans could get a look at...
    Tyreek Hill. Twitter/Chiefs Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill gave a nod to his "Cheetah" nickname by showing up to the Super Bowl in a cheetah print shirt. The 26-year-old has used the nickname "cheetah" throughout his whole football career due to his incredible speed. Hill once ran a wind-assisted 100 metres in just 9.98 seconds. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill gave a nod to his "Cheetah" nickname by showing up to the Super Bowl in a cheetah print shirt. The 26-year-old has used the nickname "cheetah" throughout his whole football career due to his incredible speed, even using it as his Twitter handle. In 2013, Hill ran a wind-assisted 100 metres in just 9.98 seconds, while in 2019, he was clocked running at 22.6 mph during a 91-yard touchdown run versus the Minnesota Vikings. "The crew is all here," the Chiefs tweeted on Sunday alongside photos Hill and some of his teammates arriving to the Raymond James Stadium, where they will face off against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  —Kansas City Chiefs...
    Impeachment trial set to kick off this week amid questions about what it will look like Major exodus among public health officials during pandemic Super Bowl 2021 Twitter: Best 10 accounts to follow today for the big game We've got a great matchup today for Super Bowl LV -- that's 55 to you non-Romans. On one side, we've got all-world QB Patrick Mahomes and the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs. On the other, the GOAT Tom Brady will start his record 10th Super Bowl, his first for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  © Provided by CNET Patrick Mahomes is hoping to be the first QB since Tom Brady to win back-to-back Super Bowls. Jamie Squire/Getty Images © amie Squire/Getty Images Patrick Mahomes looks to be the first QB since Tom Brady to win back-to-back Super Bowls. To get ready for the Super Bowl, which starts today at 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT) on CBS, here are 10 great NFL Twitter follows. They're sure to be in full swing in the hours leading up to kickoff, as well as during...
    Habit forming: Here are some of the quirks that make these readers unique The Kansas City Chiefs are returning to the Super Bowl -- and so is the controversy over the teams name Here's Why We're "Tripling Down" on This 1 Stock Ad The Motley Fool 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad HomeLife LED Refinance rates at 1.89% APR (15yr). Calculate your rate now Ad LendingTree Full screen 1/39 SLIDES © Jamie Squire/Getty Images The names to know for Super Bowl LV The Super Bowl LV matchup is set between...
    Do states and cities need Bidens $350 billion in direct COVID-19 relief? It depends where youre asking Major exodus among public health officials during pandemic How to play Super Bowl squares 2021: Here are the rules you need to know Super Bowl squares, also known as football squares, have become a staple of Super Bowl parties everywhere – an easy and fun way for guests to bet on the outcome of the game. How athletes families are preparing for the Super Bowl USA TODAY SPORTS See more videos SHARE SHARE TWEET SHARE EMAIL What to watch next Tom Brady Chiefs fan KSHB Kansas City, MO Tom Brady is the GOAT ... period CNN Emmanuel Sanders: Chiefs-Bucs were brought together for Super Bowl LV by football gods NFL Patrick Mahomes sits down with Kurt Warner to discuss his rivalry against Tom Brady NFL Rapoport: Teams have called Seattle regarding potential Russell Wilson trades NFL Warm, sunny Super Bowl Sunday KSBW Monterey-Salinas Kurt Warner sits down with Tom...
    (CNN)The Kansas City Chiefs are back for another Super Bowl. And inevitably, so is the longstanding controversy over the NFL team's name and Native American imagery.The racial justice movement that was reignited last summer prompted a number of professional sports teams to re-examine their names, mascots and other fan traditions. Washington's football team got rid of the slur in its name. Cleveland's MLB franchise announced it would drop "Indians" from its name once it settled on new branding.The Chiefs had their own reckoning. How the Kansas City Chiefs got their name, and why its so controversial In August 2020, the NFL team announced it would ban fans from wearing ceremonial headdresses and Native American-style face paint in the team's stadium. But they stopped short of changing their name or prohibiting fans' use of the tomahawk chop, saying that leadership was reviewing the pregame tradition.The Chiefs said the moves were born out of six years of dialogue with a group of tribal leaders. But for many Native activists, the changes -- while significant -- didn't go far enough. Super Bowl LV...
    It’s easy to get caught up in the mountain of prop bets during Super Bowl 2021. Many sportsbooks are offering over 700 bets, some as wacky as the color of Gatorade poured on the winning coach’s head. (For the record, last year, when the Chiefs won, it was orange.) One of the most consistently predictable props, however, is the Super Bowl MVP winner. Since 2010, eight of the 11 winners have been quarterbacks. The three non-QB winners were Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith, who had a 69-yard pick-six and a fumble recovery in Super Bowl XLVIII; Broncos linebacker Von Miller, who had two strip-sacks in Super Bowl 50 (in a game where Peyton Manning had 141 yards and no touchdowns); and Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman, who caught 141 of Tom Brady’s 262 passing yards in Super Bowl LIII (Brady also had no touchdowns). Put simply, if a non-quarterback is to win, the winning quarterback has to have a bad game, or a position player has to have a game so spectacular it’s impossible to ignore. And sometimes that’s not even...
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    Pressure is mounting for the Super Bowl-bound Kansas City Chiefs to abandon a popular tradition in which fans break into a “war chant” while making a chopping hand motion designed to mimic the Native American tomahawk. Local groups have long argued that the team’s chop tradition and even its name itself are derogatory to American Indians, yet the national attention focused for years on the Washington football team’s use of the name Redskins and the cartoonish Chief Wahoo logo, long the emblem for the Cleveland Indians baseball team. But in the past year, those teams have decided to ditch their Native American-themed monikers, and the defending champion Chiefs are generating more attention due to a second consecutive appearance on the sport’s biggest stage. A coalition of Native American groups has put up billboards in the Kansas City area to protest the tomahawk chop and Chiefs’ name. A protest is planned outside Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, site of Sunday’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the coalition has hired a plane to fly around the area. A few thousand people have signed onto...
    Patrick Mahomes and Brittany Matthews will soon have their first baby together, meaning Mahomes’ magical athletic genes will be passed on to the next generation. The engaged couple announced in September that they’d be having their first baby, a girl, and the due date is apparently soon. ESPN’s Diana Russini reported that Mahomes told Matthews to try to “hold off” on having the baby until after Super Bowl 55. Matthews recently posted a photo of she and Mahomes with the Kansas City quarterback cradling Matthews’ baby bump. MORE: Breaking down Patrick Mahomes’ ‘half-billion’ dollar contract Mahomes and Matthews made the baby announcement less than a month after getting engaged. It was a good 2020 for Mahomes, who started the year off with a Super Bowl win and proposed to Matthews shortly after receiving his Super Bowl ring. The couple was engaged on Sept. 9, 2020. Matthews and Mahomes have been together since high school. They even went to prom together. After high school, it was a long-distance relationship for Mahomes and Matthews. He played football at...
    Patrick Mahomes is the perfect quarterback. But Tom Brady can end all talk of him becoming the greatest of all time. With six rings that accolade firmly belongs to Brady, whose Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday night in Super Bowl LV. For Mahomes - and any quarterback – the legacy of Thomas Edward Patrick Brady Jnr looms large. He was six when Brady led the New England Patriots to their first title 19 years ago. But if the Chiefs win, Mahomes, 25, will be the youngest quarterback to win two Super Bowls - and the first since Brady in 2005 to go back-to-back. Patrick Mahomes is the perfect quarterback, but he comes up against a legend in Tom Brady Mahomes is 44-9 as starter, including the playoffs. He is magnificent. A dual threat quarterback without a weakness: a leader, an innovator, and one of only 13 men to win a regular season and Super Bowl MVP. His achievements are equally impressive off the field. He speaks out about social injustice and police brutality and...
    (CNN)As fans prepare to watch Super Bowl LV on Sunday, Disney has some bad news: There will be no Super Bowl victory parade down the Magic Kingdom's Main Street U.S.A. this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The 2020 pandemic NFL season culminates with the Buccaneers and Chiefs in Super Bowl LVDespite the cancellation of the parade, the traditional "I'm going to Disney World" commercial is scheduled to air following the big game, according to post on the Disney Parks Blog on Friday."Disney Parks hopes to be able to bring back our other Super Bowl traditions next year, including letting football and Disney fans see and cheer on their favorite player in the park," according to the blog post.The tradition began in 1987 when New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms appeared in a commercial and said the now-famous phrase -- which he voiced as "I'm going to go to Disney World" -- after winning Super Bowl XXI.The advertisements show clips of players and fans cheering and running around while the song "When You Wish Upon a Star" plays over the...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – It’s everyone’s favorite game on ‘The Price Is Right’, but can Plinko predict the winner of Super Bowl LV? We had Host Drew Carey drop 5 Plinko chips down the board to find out. Chip #1 went to… The Tampa Bay Bucaneers Chip #2 went to… The Kansas City Chiefs Chip #3 went to… The Kansas City Chiefs Before dropping the next chip, Carey let out an audible sign and joked that “as a Browns fan, [he] has a bone to pick with Kansas City.” But, the Plinko chip did not agree, finding its place in the exact same slot for Kansas City as the previous two! We can’t guarantee how accurate our Plinko prediction will be, but according to the chips, Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs will walk away with the trophy this Sunday. Super Bowl coverage begins at 8:30 a.m. on Sunday and runs up through kickoff at 3:30 p.m. here on CBS2. The full schedule listed out is as follows: 8:30am-9am That Other Pregame Show 9am-10am Road To the Super Bowl...
    Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill did not all have their minds and bodies taken over by aliens. So, there must be some other logical explanation for what happened when the Chiefs’ explosive offense suddenly hit the skids for a half in a 40-32 loss to the Raiders on Oct. 11. That Week 5 defeat remains Mahomes’ only loss in his last 27 starts. To understand how the Raiders temporarily solved Mahomes and what the Buccaneers might borrow from the blueprint in Super Bowl 2021, The Post watched the coaches’ film of the game and enlisted the help of two avid film analysts — NFL Network’s Brian Baldinger and NBC Sports’ Chris Simms. In a game that featured 72 points and 903 yards of offense, the focus is on the four third-down plays and the one fourth-down play that caused the Chiefs — the NFL’s top offense in first downs (25) and yards (415.8) per game — to go scoreless on their first four second-half possessions: Three punts and an interception. “They played two-deep safeties and press...
    Celebrities who had cameos on Seinfeld 16 Fascinating Things You Never Knew About ATMs Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs have a chance to set a new standard for championship offense On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs will try to become the eighth NFL franchise to win back-to-back Super Bowls. They’re on the cusp of historical greatness, and as is clear from the age and contract situations of their best players, they have a very good chance of becoming a bona fide dynasty — and potentially a historically great one, at that. © Provided by The Comeback Depending on your definition of the finicky “dynasty” title, there have been approximately five dynasties in Super Bowl history: the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers of the 1970s, the San Francisco 49ers of the ‘80s, the Dallas Cowboys of the ‘90s, and the New England Patriots of the 2000s and 2010s (Vince Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers would qualify, but their other championships came prior to the creation of the Super Bowl.) Winning this championship would not cement a dynasty, but it would make...
    (CBS Detroit) — Super Bowl LV, between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, is shaping up to be a game for the ages. Each of these evenly matched teams features a high-powered offense led by a quarterback playing near the top of their game. Patrick Mahomes, last year’s Super Bowl MVP, has his Chiefs vying for their second consecutive title. Tom Brady already has six Super Bowl titles under his belt from his two decades with the New England Patriots. The GOAT is looking to add another, while the only player with a chance to catch him gives chase. >>READ: Super Bowl LV Preview: Tom Brady-Patrick Mahomes ‘The Type Of Matchup You Don’t Get Every Day In The Ultimate Game,’ Says NFL On CBS’s Charles Davis Oddly enough, despite all the attention paid to the quarterbacks and their offenses, one of these defenses could end up determining the outcome of this game. The Bucs defense isn’t expected to shut down Mahomes, Travis Kelce, Tyreek Hill and company, even with their fierce pass rush facing the Chiefs’ reshuffled offensive...