Sean Smith

Kansas City Chiefs #27 -

  • Born: 07/14/87
  • Age: 26
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 214

Schiano was forced to start Freeman

The stories are starting to come out.

Playbook: Ladarius Green's first career touchdown

Ladarius Green showcased why so many are excited about him being the heir apparent to Antonio Gates on his 60-yard touchdown against the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday.

DJ: What better team to come in than Denver

Derrick Johnson says there's no better team to visit Arrowhead than the Denver Broncos.

Podcast No. 14: your worst nightmare, butthorn

Ralph Wiggum. Gary Busey. Benny Hill. These were the characters that the Buffalo Rumblings Podcast guys were thinking of as Sean Smith ran 100 yards for a game-altering touchdown in the Bills' 23-13 loss to the Chiefs. (Steelers preview, too!)

Fourth quarter open thread

What a turn of events in the second half. A 100-yard Sean Smith pick-6 tied the game at 10 and now the Chiefs and Bills are tied at 13. This is your fourth quarter open thread.

Schiano did not say Revis would play man coverage

That quote did not say what you think it said.

Robinson OUT for Week 2 against the Cowboys

The Chiefs will be out starting nickelback Dunta Robinson in Week 2.

McCoy wins backup job

McCoy dealt with rumors last week, but after a strong showing he's firmly entrenched on the roster.

The best quotes from Chiefs camp

A lot has happened over the last four days of the Kansas City Chiefs 2013 training camp. Let's take a few minutes to remember the best quotes from the first few days of camp in St. Joe.

Cornerback Competition Providing Plenty of Sizzle

During the offseason, the Dolphins have brought in plenty of competition at corner. But who will be the starters this coming season?

New Miami Dolphin Introduction: Brent Grimes

The Dolphins signed free agent cornerback Brent Grimes to serve as a bridge between a disappointing era of cornerback play & the development of draft picks Jamar Taylor and Will Davis. Here's why it was one of best signings Miami made this offseason.

Brandon Flowers optimistic about Chiefs secondary

Brandon Flowers is optimistic that the Chiefs' secondary will not only improve next season, but perhaps become the NFL's best.

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