Patrick Mahomes said there was more to the incident involving his brother Jackson Mahomes after the Chiefs' loss on Sunday night in Baltimore than what was shown on the video making the rounds on social media.
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The Raiders' defense looks vastly improved. Teddy Bridgewater is a perfect fit in Denver. And Brandon Aiyuk has only one catch for the 49ers.
Say what? While one quarterback was focused on securing a beer endorsement, another was more concerned with taking shots downfield. Here is what was said in Week 2.
Barnwell: How three crushing Week 2 losses could have been prevented, and why one winner has me concerned
The Chiefs have a running back problem. The Vikings and Giants made baffling coaching decisions. The Titans, meanwhile, almost gave away a game.
Deebo Samuel is among the top point-getters at receiver, Sam Darnold looks improved and Devin Singletary has stepped it up a notch.
With a somersault touchdown, 113 rushing yards and a clutch fourth-down conversion, Lamar Jackson delivered the biggest fourth-quarter comeback of his career in carrying the short-handed Ravens to their first win over Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs.
Chills. The Baltimore Ravens paid tribute to actor Michael K. Williams with "The Wire" character Omar Little's iconic whistle ahead of their Sunday night showdown with the Kansas City Chiefs.
— With a vault and a jump pass, and all the confidence from his coach and teammates he could ask for, Lamar Jackson finally beat Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City.
Week 2 takeaways and big questions: Patriots' big day, Ravens beat Chiefs and a shocker for the Saints
New England and Buffalo dominated, while New Orleans looked out of sorts and Green Bay got back on track. Here's what to know and what it means going forward for every Week 2 game.
What to watch for in every game. Bold predictions. Fantasy advice. Key stats to know. It's all here for Week 2.
Our NFL team reporters round up injury updates for key players in Week 2.
Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy said Thursday that if he were to be contacted by USC, he would tell the school he's focused on his current NFL job.
Former Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid's felony DWI trial has been scheduled for April 18.
Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson says this weekend's game is about the Ravens versus the Chiefs, not him versus fellow past MVP Patrick Mahomes and his 0-3 record against the Kansas City QB.
The New Orleans Saints bear a striking resemblance to AFC Richmond? T.J. Watt needs to pay up? Jon Gruden lived multiple lives on Monday night? Here's what was said in a wild Week 1.
Baltimore traded Orlando Brown to Kansas City so he could play left tackle, where his dad always envisioned him playing.
DeVonta Smith found the end zone, Mac Jones showed poise for the Pats, and Joe Tryon-Shoyinka made his mark on the veteran Super Bowl champs.
Arizona lit it up on offense, Sam Darnold rolled against his old Jets team and the Bills looked ... off. Here's what to know and what it means going forward for every Week 1 game.
Browns center JC Tretter, who is also president of the NFLPA, said while he doesn't condone his teammate Ronnie Harrison Jr.'s actions, he thinks Chiefs assistant coach Greg Lewis should be disciplined for his role in a sideline skirmish.
— Every time the Kansas City Chiefs needed a big play on Sunday, their magician under center produced the kind of mesmerizing moment that left the Cleveland Browns shaking their heads in awe and frustration.
Browns safety Ronnie Harrison Jr. was ejected after shoving Chiefs assistant coach Greg Lewis early in Sunday's loss.
Browns star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is inactive for the season opener Sunday against the Chiefs, while Kansas City is without safety Tyrann Mathieu and defensive end Frank Clark.