Mar 24, 2020 9:40 PM

Chiefs fans can 'ReLIV' Super Bowl season

Posted Mar 24, 2020 9:40 PM

KANSAS CITY, Mo. –- The Kansas City Chiefs are helping fans “ReLIV” the club’s entire championship season through a special twice-weekly re-release of team content, beginning with Week 1 at Jacksonville and running all the way through Super Bowl LIV in Miami.

The team will squeeze an entire game weeks’ worth of content into one day that will be available every Thursday and Sunday for the next 10 weeks. The content, produced and directed by the club’s award-winning 65 Toss Power Trap Production studio, includes exclusive weekly episodes of Kingdom Conversations, Hy-Vee Chiefs Insider, Field Pass, Chiefs Rewind, Wired and more.

At the end of each day’s content recap, fans are encouraged to use NFL Game Pass to watch the full or condensed version of the corresponding game. The NFL is currently offering complimentary access to NFL Game Pass, offering access to past regular and postseason NFL games. To sign up for complimentary access to NFL Game Pass, fans need to create an account online at or via the NFL app across mobile and connected TV devices.

The “ReLIV” campaign kicks off on Thursday with Kansas City’s Week 1 win at Jacksonville and continues Sunday with the Chiefs Week 2 victory at Oakland.

Additionally, beginning Wednesday and continuing each Wednesday throughout the “ReLIV” campaign, the club will be livestreaming a new program titled Watch Party Wednesday.

Watch Party Wednesday will be hosted by Chiefs reporter BJ Kissel and Community & Digital Media Producer Matt McMullen. The live YouTube streaming events will feature the condensed version of one of the week’s two games with Kissel and McMullen providing commentary and interacting with fans through YouTube and social media. Guest hosts are also expected to join various episodes throughout the series.


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Mar 24, 2020 9:40 PM
2020 Summer Olympics postponed amid coronavirus pandemic

TOKYO (AP) — The Tokyo Olympics have been officially postponed until 2021. The International Olympic Committee along with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and local organizers have decided that the Tokyo Games cannot go ahead as scheduled this year because of the coronavirus outbreak. The games were scheduled to begin July 24.

Click here to read the joint statement from IOC and Tokyo organizing committee.

The IOC says the games will be held “not later than summer 2021” but they will still be called the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.


TOKYO (AP) — IOC President Thomas Bach has agreed “100%” to a proposal of postponing the Tokyo Olympics for about one year until 2021 because of the coronavirus outbreak, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said Tuesday.

Abe said after his telephone talks with Bach that he requested a postponement of about one year “taking into consideration the current circumstances” and to secure an environment in which athletes can perform in their best conditions and the sense of safety and security for the audience.

Abe held telephone talks with Bach after the IOC said it would make a decision on the Tokyo Games over the next four weeks.