Kansas City Chiefs Headquarters Address, Phone Number and Email

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Kansas City Chiefs Headquarters Office Address Details

One Arrowhead Drive Kansas City
MO 64129
United States

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Kansas City Chiefs Headquarters Phone Number

Customer Service Support Phone Number: 1-816-920-4237

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Kansas City Chiefs Headquarters Phone Number Toll Free: 1-816-920-9300

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One Arrowhead Drive Kansas City
MO 64129
United States

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9 thoughts on “Kansas City Chiefs Headquarters Address, Phone Number and Email

  1. Brad

    I know. This is crazy. I see a lot of people on here who leave “advice” for the Chiefs’ front office and try to “help.” Well, as crazy as it is, I’m going to do the same. As with most things I do, this will be excessive and very detailed, but if it helps at all, then great.

    Defensive:
    1. Let Allen Bailey, Orlando Scandrick, Frank Zombo, Steven Nelson, Daniel Ross, Ron Parker, Justin Houston, Tanoh Kpassagnon, Reggie Ragland go.
    2. Franchise Dee Ford.
    3. Resign Jordan Lucas, Terrance Smith, Justin Hamilton.
    4. Keep Eric Berry, Kendall Fuller, Anthony Hitchens, Chris Jones, Ben Niemann, Derrick Nhadi, Dorian O’Daniel, Tremon Smith, Daniel Sorensen, Breland Speaks, Charvarius Ward, Xavier Williams, Armani Watts.

    Offensive:
    1. Let Demetrius Harris, Mitch Morse, De’Anthony Thomas, Charcandrick West, Chris Conley, Marcus Kemp, Alex Ellis, Kelvin Benjamin, Deon Yelder go.
    2. Resign Anthony Sherman, Spencer Ware, Jordan Devey, Jeff Allen.
    3. Keep Gehrig Dieter, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Cam Erving, Eric Fisher, Byron Pringle, Chad Henne, Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce, Patrick Mahomes, Kahlil McKenzie, Jimmy Murray, Austin Reiter, Demarcus Robinson, Mitchell Schwartz, Sammie Watkins, Damien Williams, Andrew Wylie.

    Special Teams:
    1. Keep Dustin Colquit, James Winchester.
    2. Resign Harrison Butker.

    Free Agency:
    1. Sign CJ Mosley for no more than 10.1 million per year.
    2. Sign Shane Ray for no more than 6 million per year.
    3. Sign TE Jesse James for no more than 3 million per year.
    4. Find a cheap ($1.5 mill) OLB to give depth
    5. Find a cheap ($2.4 mill) DL to give depth

    Draft:
    1. Go CB 1st round
    2. Running back first pick 2nd round
    3. CB second pick 2nd round
    4. TE 3rd round
    5. CB 4th round
    6. C 5th round
    7. OLB late picks

    Starting Defensive Line-up:
    1. Move Breland Speaks inside in Allen Bailey’s old position.
    2. Derrick Nhadi and Chris Jones round out the starting D-line.
    3. Dee Ford and Shane Ray OLB/Edge.
    4. Anthony Hitchens and CJ Mosley ILBs.
    5. Kendall Fuller, Charvius Ward, and 1st Rd CB
    6. Eric Berry and Armani Watts at S.

    Starting Offensive Line-up:
    1. Andrew Wylie at C.
    2. LG is Cam Erving, RG is Dr. Duvernay-Tardif.
    3. Eric Fisher at LT, Mitchell Schwartz at RT.
    4. Travis Kelce at TE.
    5. Patrick Mahomes at QB.
    6. 2nd Round RB starting.
    7. Tyreek Hill, Sammie Watkins, and Damarcus Robinson starting WR. Use Ben Pringle as you used Chris Conley.

    53 Man Roster:
    1. Six DL
    2. Four OLB/Edge
    3. Five ILB
    4. Six CB
    5. Four S
    6. Eleven OL
    7. Three TE
    8. One FB
    9. Five WR
    10. Two QB
    11. One Punter
    12. One Kicker
    13. One LS

    There. I know it’s crazy to send this. I know I’m not helping at all. However, I want to send it anyway.

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  2. James Kennedy

    The Key to Brady is to apply pressure (sacks ok) and cause him to make questionable passes. This only works if the defensive backs GO AFTER THE BALL. He will throw to Edelman in a pinch and we should be looking to INTERCEPT at all times. Especially when he throws those flair passes. The KC defense has been looking good and they should consider this game as the SUPER BOWL!!!

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  3. Paul Ebert

    This is for Bob Sutton the defensive co-ordinator or any other coach that can let him know.
    The secret to beating the Patriots is to hold up their receivers at the line to break up their pass
    patterns which disturbs Brady’s timing and give the defensive line time to hit him.
    I have watched them over the years and Baltimore Ravens are the best at preventing the short timing
    passes that sets up all their points.
    Brady does not handle pressure and has no deep threats so get in his face and he will turn into an average
    quarterback.

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  4. Thomas costa

    To Andy reid,I don’t know if you remember me Tom costa i had the extreme pleaser of being apart of your sons lives at harreton high school.I have not watched a football game since you left.the NFL and the leadership of the NFL has turned my stomach .when that team who won the toilet bowl last year refused to respect my flag,the flag that I served,the flag of the greatest team on earth.to get back to my point,you are the most honest,forthright ,and someone that I was proud to work with and proud that my son Jason still considers one of the great ones.God bless and go forward and win.tell Tammy hi.

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  5. Tate

    Coaching staff sucks, they need to start playing with the clock in mind, coaches poor decisions in the 4th quarter has cost them two games now, I also blame the poor defense on the coaches to—
    Firing Kareem Hunt was the correct decision, nobody else is responsible for his actions other than him,
    Need to clean house on the coaching staff,, those were the words of my two middle school boys, they seen the mistakes as much as I did,, coaches made horrible decisions that even couple young middle schools boys could even recognize.

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  6. tracy jacoby

    Dear Clark Hunt Can you find a way of getting people into the stadium this is the 2nd time this year that Ive been in line at 11:30 and still miss the kickoff and most of the 1st quarter which is total BULLSHIT !

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  7. Rick searcy

    I would like this correspondance to be forwarded to clark hunt please. In no way am i advocating kareem hunts recent behavior, but i truly believe the organization has failed a kid who, by divine right was destined to be a chief for life. The nfl has a seedy underbelly that no one seems to want to discuss. A world were incidents like this are set up by adversary’s. And the unsuspecting individual who is simply unaware and living in the moment is manipulated by the maliciousness of a trap laid to do exactly what it has done. Now i realize these athletes have to be smarter, but what kind of world do they live in when they constantly have to dodge land mines every time they attempt to interact socially. When does the nfl start to take ownership for their wickedness. Does winning at all cost really have to extend to setting up athletes to fail, by attacking them off the field. When and where does it end? It seems to me like this could be a perfect opportunity for the chiefs to take the lead in matters such as this. Bring kareem back were he belongs, get him the counseling and education he needs to avoid thesr pitfalls and have a long hall of fame career, again where he belongs. Frankly it makes me sick when i see this type of mentality exhibited on an unsuspecting individual and the people he depends upon for support turn their back on him. I am sure immense pressure makes each of us respond differently to the the same stimuli. One man lies while another always tells the truth. Lets create a level playing field minus all the deception and just let the athletes play the sport you hired them for. Thanks for your consideration.

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  8. James Kennedy

    The chiefs need a “wolfpack” whose primary focus is on interceptions. They needs to be trained on the weaknesses of the “HOTSHOT” QBs they will face for the rest of the year. It is not enough to let the rcvr catch the ball in front of you and then tackle him. The Chiefs defense needs to be feared. The defense scoring 2 TDs every game will instill that fear.

    Chiefs fan of 55 years.

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  9. JERRY BAKER

    If the KC Chiefs play the balance of their games as they did today they will lose at least 2 or 3 games and will not make the playoffs. Sorry game. No pass rush until the fourth quarter, no coverage on backs out of the backfield. Poor tackling. MaHomes changed his techniques and had no quick releases for receptions anticipating their breaks but waiting for backs to clear and passes were late and he was caught in the backfield. The coaching staff lost the game against the Patriots with their coaching philosophy of sitting on a lead and they used the same today to give AZ a small window by just giving up 3 downs, like they did against the Patriots, rather than keep on the offense and make another first down. You do not see the Patriots playing like this. They keep the offensive pressure on until the buzzer sounds. Chiefs have a pattern of sitting on a lead when games are close and the defense knows it and can forget their pass defense and just concentrate on stopping the run (which in itself is a minimal effort only used to kill time on the clock).

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