>>Chiefs At Eagles Tomorrow
(Kansas City, MO) — The Chiefs are set to head to Philadelphia to face the Eagles in this week’s Thursday night NFL game. It marks a homecoming for Andy Reid, who spent the last 14 seasons as head coach of the Eagles before joining KC during the offseason. The Chiefs are 2-and-0 with wins over the Jaguars and Cowboys. The Eagles are 1-and-1.
>>Derrick Thomas Film Screening At Arrowhead
(Kansas City, MO) — Former Chief Derrick Thomas is featured in a film screening tonight at Arrowhead Stadium. “Derrick Thomas: A Football Life” will be shown at the North Club at 7:30 p.m. There will be a reception at 6:30 and a question and answer session after the film. Tickets are 35-dollars. The film will debut on NFL Network next Tuesday.
>>Royals Tumble Against Tribe As Pen Implodes
(Kansas City, MO) — The bullpen let the Royals down, allowing four runs over the final three innings in a 5-3 loss to the Indians at Kauffman Stadium. Kelvin Herrera gave up a pair, Wade David took the loss and Luke Hochevar [[ HO-chay-ver ]] gave up a solo homer to Michael Bourn in the ninth. Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas had RBI doubles for KC.
>>Cardinals Smash Rockies
(Denver, CO) — The Cardinals enjoyed an offensive outburst with 18 hits in an 11-4 pounding of the Rockies at Coors Field. The Cards’ top three hitters in the order combined for 10 hits, five RBI and six runs scored. Former Rockie Matt Holliday led the group going 4-for-4 with three RBI. Yadier Molina and Daniel Descalso also drove in runs for St. Louis. Joe Kelly got the win after shutting out Colorado on three hits over five innings. The Cardinals continue their four-games series with the Rockies tonight with the third game. St. Louis is 88-and-63 with a one-game lead in the NL Central over Pittsburgh. Adam Wainwright brings a 16-and-9 record into his start tonight.
>>Pinkel Not Ordered to Dismiss Washington
ST. LOUIS (AP) — Two members of the University of Missouri’s governing board say they did not order football Coach Gary Pinkel to dismiss a star running back after the player’s 2010 arrest on sexual assault charges. Derrick Washington was Missouri’s leading rusher until he was kicked off the team before his senior year. He was convicted in in 2011 of deviate sexual assault and served four months in prison.