Posted February 21, 2013 on kan.scout.com
With the start of the NFL Combines on Thursday, the Kansas City Chiefs have officially hit the 2013 off-season market. Now comes the fun part. So how big is this round of the combines for the Chiefs? Pretty darn big.
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