Chiefs 2024 NFLPA Report Card Reveals Disturbing Trend

The Chiefs ranked dead last in the 2024 NFLPA Report Card
The Chiefs ranked dead last in the 2024 NFLPA Report Card / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL Players Association released its annual report card on Wednesday, summarizing anonymous responses from players regarding opinions on their respective organizations, including ownership, coaching, facilities and more.

Those results paint an ugly picture for Chiefs owner Clark Hunt, as Kansas City ranked 31st out of 32 teams. The Chiefs ranked 29th in the 2023 edition, so they went from bad to worse despite winning a second consecutive Super Bowl.

As Hunt and the Chiefs brass hope to renovate GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium with the help of public funding, the report card is a discouraging look to say the least.

Chiefs Ownership Scores Poorly on 2024 NFLPA Report Card

The Chiefs were in the bottom 10 in every category except for Head Coach (1st) and Treatment of Families (18th). Even the latter carried a D+ grade, so the only person coming out of this report unscathed is Andy Reid with an A+.

Ownership ranked dead-last with an F- with an average response of 4.9/10 concerning a willingness to invest in facilities. Players were reportedly told the locker room would be renovated and it was not, signaling a broken promise that frustrated Chiefs players.

It's an ironic result given Hunt's current goal of obtaining public investment for the stadium renovations, though that wasn't the only ugly mark.

Kansas City had F grades in Nutritionist/Dietician, Locker Room and Training Staff, with the NFLPA explaining "the players feel that the training room is significantly understaffed, with only 43% of the team responding that they get an adequate amount of one-on-one treatment time."

The Chiefs are considered the best organization in the NFL, certainly the most successful, though this report card indicates there's still work to do. Dissatisfaction clearly hasn't hurt the on-field product, but Hunt needs to make improvements to avoid another disastrous result in 2025.

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