• Chiefs release LB Joe Mays to create salary cap space

    Chiefs release LB Joe Mays to create salary cap space

    Posted 4:19 PM 3/5/2015 by The Associated Press

    KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs released veteran linebacker Joe Mays on Thursday as they attempt to free up much-needed salary cap space before the start of free agency next week.

    The Chiefs saved about $3 million by parting with Mays, who started last season on injured reserve (More)

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  • Appalachian State hires Douglas Gillin as Athletic Director

    Appalachian State hires Douglas Gillin as Athletic Director

    Posted 8:55 AM 2/28/2015 by KOMU 8 Digital Staff & The Associated Press

    BOONE, North Carolina (AP) - Appalachian State has hired Douglas Gillin as its athletic director. Chancellor Sheri N. Everts announced the hiring Friday and says Gillin will begin April 6.

    Gillin comes to Appalachian State from Missouri, where he has been its deputy athletic director since (More)

  • Rams release DT Kendall Langford

    Rams release DT Kendall Langford

    Posted 5:13 PM 2/26/2015 by The Associated Press

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - The St. Louis Rams have released defensive tackle Kendall Langford, who lost his starting spot to rookie Aaron Donald last season

    The move frees up $6 million in salary cap space heading into free agency.

    The 29-year-old Langford had been entering the final season (More)

  • Chiefs waive tight end Fasano to free up salary cap space

    Chiefs waive tight end Fasano to free up salary cap space

    Posted 5:10 PM 2/26/2015 by The Associated Press

    KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Kansas City Chiefs waived veteran tight end Anthony Fasano on Thursday, freeing up about $2 million in salary cap space that they could use to keep All-Pro linebacker Justin Houston.

    The Chiefs have been unable to come to a long-term deal with Houston, making it (More)

  • Inglewood city council approves stadium backed by Rams owner

    Inglewood city council approves stadium backed by Rams owner

    Posted 7:23 AM 2/25/2015 by The Associated Press

    INGLEWOOD, California (AP) - The Inglewood City Council late Tuesday night approved plans to build a football stadium that includes St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke as a partner, clearing a path for a return to the Los Angeles area of the NFL for the first time in two decades.

    The council (More)

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  • Rams hire Weinke as quarterbacks coach

    Rams hire Weinke as quarterbacks coach

    Posted 1:20 PM 2/20/2015 by The Associated Press

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - The St. Louis Rams have hired Chris Weinke as quarterbacks coach.

    Weinke played seven NFL seasons after winning a Heisman Trophy and leading Florida State to a national championship. He had been director of the IMG Academy program in Bradenton, Florida, helping college (More)

  • Missouri Southern coach hired at Northwestern State

    Missouri Southern coach hired at Northwestern State

    Posted 12:37 PM 2/20/2015 by The Associated Press

    NATCHITOCHES, Louisiana (AP) - Northwestern State has named Daryl Daye its new defensive coordinator and assistant head coach.

    Daye, head coach for the past three seasons at Division II Missouri Southern in Joplin, announced his departure from the Lions' program Thursday to join the (More)

  • Workers commit to round-clock work on St. Louis stadium

    Workers commit to round-clock work on St. Louis stadium

    Posted 2:09 PM 2/19/2015 by The Associated Press

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - Workers have agreed to work around the clock without overtime if needed to build an NFL stadium on St. Louis' blighted north riverfront.

    Gov. Jay Nixon and Mayor Francis Slay spoke at a news conference Thursday at the offices of the St. Louis Building and Construction (More)

  • Chiefs begin clearing space by releasing WRs Avery, Jenkins

    Chiefs begin clearing space by releasing WRs Avery, Jenkins

    Posted 8:25 AM 2/18/2015 by The Associated Press

    KANSAS CITY (AP) - The Chiefs released wide receivers Donnie Avery and A.J. Jenkins on Tuesday as they began to clear roster and salary cap space ahead of what could be a busy offseason.

    Kansas City is facing the loss of All-Pro linebacker Justin Houston and center Rodney Hudson in free (More)

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  • Daniel, Maclin and Coffman remember college careers

    Posted 6:20 PM 2/15/2015 by Eduardo Gonzalez, KOMU 8 Sports Reporter

    COLUMBIA - Three key members from the highest ranked Missouri Tigers football team are now in the program's Hall of Fame. Chase Daniel, Jeremy Maclin and Chase Coffman soaked in the moment as their college careers were recognized.

    All three said they had many great memories from their time (More)

  • Six inducted into MU Hall of Fame

    Six inducted into MU Hall of Fame

    Posted 9:28 AM 2/14/2015 by Eduardo Gonzalez, KOMU 8 Sports Reporter

    COLUMBIA - The careers and accomplishments of six former Tigers were remembered Friday evening. The group became the newest members of the Intercollegiate Athletics University of Missouri Hall of Fame. 

    The inductees included three football players Chase Daniel, Chase Coffman, Jeremy (More)

  • Rams name Cignetti offensive coordinator

    Rams name Cignetti offensive coordinator

    Posted 2:26 PM 2/12/2015 by The Associated Press

    ST. LOUIS (AP) - The St. Louis Rams have promoted quarterbacks coach Frank Cignetti to offensive coordinator, replacing Brian Schottenheimer, who left in January to become offensive coordinator at the University of Georgia.

    The Rams also announced Thursday that tight ends coach Rob Boras (More)

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