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NFL records that could be broken in 2015

Everybody wants to witness history, which is why it’s fun to cheer for records to be broken. That is, unless you’re record-holder or a fan of one. Here’s a look at some records that could be broken this season… Points per game: There were an NFL-record 46.8 points per game scored in 2013. But with the revised extra point format causing more teams to go for two, there’s...
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Watch: All 22 of Justin Houston’s sacks last season with the Chiefs

FOOTBALL! On Saturday night the Kansas City Chiefs kick off their 2015 preseason campaign against the Arizona Cardinals. To help get you ready for the start of the new season, let’s watch this great fan-made highlight reel of all 22 of Justin Houston’s sacks last season: AROUND COVER32 First and 10: The storylines that will determine the 2015 NFL season Fantasy Preview: The...
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Von Miller earns dismissal from NFL’s drug program

Von Miller no longer has to pee in a cup twice (or more) a week after the NFL removed him from its drug program. Mike Klis of 9News in Denver reported this news. A clean Von Miller dismissed from NFL's drug program #9News — Mike Klis (@MikeKlis) August 2, 2015   Klis notes that Miller hasn’t been tested in over a month now after proving clean...
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Justin Houston Still Remains The Invisible Man

No way were the Kansas City Chiefs going to let Justin Houston potentially walk out that door. KC may have tried to get Houston to take the least amount of money at the negotiation table, but all along they knew they could not escape paying a man who had earned his worth. Nope, No. 50 was not going to take a hometown discount for anybody. And why should he have?This is a...
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July 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Three really interesting nuggets about Kansas City Chiefs OLB Justin Houston’s new deal

The second the news broke on Wednesday that the Kansas City Chiefs and star OLB Justin Houston had reached a deal the overwhelming emotion was pure elation. Houston was happy, Chiefs fans were happy and his teammates were pumped. AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: Five things that will happen in the NFC South in 2015 First and 10: The 10 top candidates to win MVP in 2015 Top 10: The...
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July 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Seven best tweets from Kansas City Chiefs players about Justin Houston’s mega deal

The Kansas City Chiefs made Justin Houston a very rich man on Wednesday. Houston agreed to a deal worth more than $100M over six years — the second richest in the NFL for any defensive player. And, of course, Chiefs players were pumped. Anytime you get a man who had 22 sacks a season ago back in time for training camp and the preseason it’s great news. So, with that in mind,...
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July 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Justin Houston signs richest LB contract in NFL history

Kansas City Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston has reportedly signed the richest contract of any linebacker in NFL history. ESPN’s Adam Schefter, as always, provides the scoop: KC's Justin Houston signed a 6-year, $101M deal that includes $52.5M GTD, richest Chiefs' deal in history, richest LB deal in NFL history. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 15, 2015 ...
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July 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs, Justin Houston optimistic about extension

The Kansas City Chiefs and Justin Houston are looking to get a long-term extension done before tomorrow’s deadline, and there is reportedly optimism that a deal will get done. Whether or not that ends up happening or not is a completely different question. Houston is currently set to play the season under the Chiefs’ franchise tag, but that certainly isn’t where either side...
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July 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Justin Houston, Kansas City Chiefs making significant progress as deadline looms

After the Kansas City Chiefs and Justin Houston failed to come to terms on a long-term deal following the 2014-2014 NFL season, Chiefs general manager John Dorsey and the folks at One, Arrowhead Drive elected to apply the franchise tag to the club’s all-time single season sack leader. Now, four months and a lengthy list of personnel moves and acquisitions later, the two parties...
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July 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Justin Houston ready to go

The Chiefs are just two weeks away from training camp, and it doesn’t appear there’s an end in sight for Justin Houston’s contract dispute. One thing is certain, though. Justin Houston is ready to go. Get it done, Mr. Dorsey. You may also be interested in:Twitter Tuesday: Justin Houston ready to goSnubbed? Kansas City Chiefs GM John Dorsey not named top-10 in NFLDo the Kansas...
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July 09, 2014  |  Discuss

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