TAMBA HALI RUMORS & GOSSIP
It was easy to see that Tamba Hali struggled with some knee issues last season.
Now, the 10-year Chiefs veteran is back healthy after an arthroscopic procedure helped fix the issue at hand.
Hali tallied only six sacks last year at linebacker. With last year's top pick Dee Ford reportedly ready for a bigger role, it was a smart move to go into the repair shop for a tune-up.
One of the Kansas City Chiefs most decorated defenders, Tamba Hali, will be back in Kansas City with the Chiefs next season, his 10th year with the Chiefs. The 20th overall pick in the 2006 out of Penn State has decided that staying in Kansas City is in the best interest of both himself and of the Chiefs organization. While some are surprised that someone of his caliber has stayed...
Kansas City Chiefs LB Tamba Hali will be returning in 2015.
He also gets it.
This is awesome.
"When your time comes/goes, they'll remember you for something other than money" @TambaHali91
— BJ Kissel (@ChiefsReporter) March 17, 2015
You should read that piece.
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The Kansas City Chiefs will apparently feature Tamba Hali once again in 2015.
THANK YOU @KCChiefs pic.twitter.com/oSBUu8v0xP
— Tamba Hali (@TambaHali91) March 9, 2015
The Kansas City Star has all the details, but essentially Hali will take a $3M pay cut to remain with the club.
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Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali has agreed to restructure his contract, freeing up salary cap space that the club is using to pursue wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, two people familiar with the situation told The Associated Press.
The people spoke on condition of anonymity Sunday night because the Chiefs do not comment on contract matters. Hali would have counted $12 million...
Via AP on Fox
March 08, 2015
Tamba Hali is a leader for the Kansas City Chiefs defense. His work ethic, attitude and dedication to his craft are pillars of his success over his nine years in Kansas City. Hali has shown remarkable resolve in maintaining his own career while mentoring younger players like Dee Ford and Justin Houston before him.The team has a decision to make soon and there are outside factors...
Athletes often play an important role in their team’s community and in their own hometowns, and that applies even more so to Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali.
Hali fled the civil war in Liberia when he was 10 years old to join his father in New Jersey. And although he hasn’t returned to his home country since then, Hali is lending his support to Liberia while it tries...
Kansas City Chiefs pass rusher Tamba Hali, a native of Liberia, is helping fight the Eboli epidemic that has killed 3,500 people in the West African country his family fled when he was 10 years old. Hali is joining officials from Heart to Heart International in Kansas City to construct a clinic in Liberia’s capital of Monrovia. In doing this, Hali becomes one of the first professional...
When the Kansas City Chiefs selected OLB Dee Ford in the first round of the draft, it seemed that rumors and reports surfaced instantaneously about Tamba Hali’s weight, and whether or not the Chiefs are pleased with where the seven year veteran currently stands with his offseason training.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Hali weighed in at 284 pounds, which supposedly exceeds...
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During the rugged NFL season, Kansas City Chiefs Tamba Ali spends most of his time trying to sack the quarterback. When the year is over, the talented defensive end turns all of his attention to music.
Tamba Hali happens to love hip hop and rap music so much that the Chiefs star decided to run his own record label called Relumae Records.
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