Photo Gallery: Red Friday
The Kansas City Chiefs celebrate 2019's Red Friday with fans all across Kansas City.
Photo Gallery: The 87 and Running Foundation
Kansas City Chiefs Tight End Travis Kelce hosts his Fourth Annual Walk the Walk fashion benefit on Thursday, September 12, 2019 at The Guild KC. The event is put on by Kelce’s Eighty-Seven and Running Foundation and supports Operation Breakthrough.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs Visit Independence Fire Department
The Chiefs Defensive Line visit the Independence Fire Department Training Tower to recognize first responders. The D-Line compete in “firefighter games” to test their abilities against the first responders and also participate in a gear exchange.
Photo Gallery: Banner Installations and the Chiefs Wrapped Street Car
KC Wolf helps hang a Chiefs banner at Kansas City's Union Station, then takes a Chiefs themed street car to parade downtown with Rumble. Later that afternoon, KC Wolf directed the installation of yet another banner at the Westport Wagon, followed by decorating Kansas City's Pioneer Square Monument with Chiefs jerseys.
Photo Gallery: Chiefs and City Year Welcome Back Students
To kick off the 2019 school year, the Kansas City Chiefs will join City Year Kansas City to welcome Central High School and Central Middle School students back with a high-energy, first day of school pep rally in front of each school.
Photo Gallery: Making A Monster Wish Come True
The national children's charity Kids Wish Network teamed up with Feld Entertainment, Monster Jam, and Arrowhead Events to grant the wish of Kansas City-area boy, Wyatt Damm. For his wish, the 8-year old monster truck lover got to visit Arrowhead Stadium for an exclusive meet-and-greet with Grave Digger driver Adam Anderson and Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Mecole Hardman, who presented Wyatt with a Grave Digger mini monster truck and personalized Chiefs jersey of his very own.