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Kansas City Chiefs Could Play All Away Games This Season

KANSAS CITY, MO - OCTOBER 1:  Arrowhead Stadium is shown during the San Francisco 49ers game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on October 1, 2006 in Kansas City, Missouri. The Chiefs defeated the Niners 41-0.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
Josh KnoxCorrespondent IMarch 25, 2009

Right now, this is just a rumor, courtesy of 810 Sports in KC, but here it is:

The station reported Wednesday afternoon about the construction company doing the renovations at Arrowhead and said if the company and its workers don’t come to an agreement by March 30 at midnight, the carpenters and steel workers union will go on strike immediately.

They also said that if the strike happens and is a certain length of time (something between 45 and 90 days), Arrowhead Stadium would not be ready for the open of the 2009 NFL season.

A source then told 810 that the Chiefs would have to play all of their games on the road, and were asking permission to play all of their games away, just in case.

I’m not pretending to understand what is going on between the union and the company, but as a season-ticket holder, this would suck.

Remember that this is just a rumor at the moment and hasn’t been confirmed by anyone except 810.

What do you think, Chiefs fans?

Here is a link to my buddies over at Arrowhead Pride, who are saying the same thing.

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