January 26, 2014; Honolulu, HI, USA; Team Rice cornerback Brandon Flowers of the Kansas City Chiefs (24) and safety Eric Reid of the San Francisco 49ers (35) celebrate at the end of the 2014 Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium. Team Rice defeated Team Sanders 22-21. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Around the Kingdom: Brandon Flowers and Royals Chances

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The big news in Chiefs-land is the abrupt release of Pro-Bowl CB Brandon Flowers. Everyone has an opinion on the release: Chiefs fans, pundits, and even opponents. Arrowhead Addict’s Ben Nielsen details Bronco CB Chris Harris trolling Chiefs fans, and Brandon Flowers himself, on Twitter.

Matt Verderame at Arrowhead Pride instead looks at the Chiefs roster and asks who needs to step up after Flowers’ release.

The Royals ran their winning streak to 5 games on Wednesday night, defeating the White Sox 7-2. Ed Connealy at Kings of Kauffman thinks the Royals have a big opportunity to make a charge in the A.L. Central.

On the other hand, Hunter Samuels asserts the the Royals are still contenders only because the A.L. Central is weak.

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