Found May 24, 2012 on
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According to Josh Looney of KCChiefs.com, rookie defensive tackle Dontari Poe is already practicing with the starting defense right now. Of course that doesn’t necessarily mean he’ll be starting week one of the regular season. We’ll have to see how the preseason works itself out.
It looks like the Chiefs want to see how Poe handles things in practice as a starter. They obviously see him as a player that could start right away this season .
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The Chiefs tried to chase after Peyton Manning when he became available as a free agent, but the quarterback was not interested in talking with them. In preparation for the 2012 NFL Draft the team spent many dollars and hours evaluating Ryan Tannehill, a prospect that was selected three slots ahead of them in the first round.
Even after those very public dances with other quarterbacks...
The Chiefs selected Dexter McCluster in the 2nd round in 2010 to be an elite return man and a dynamic offensive player capable of lining up at multiple positions and scoring from anywhere on the field. However, like many gadget players, he has become none of those things. He’s averaged less than 21 yards per attempt on kick returns and has only scored once in 2 years as a punt...
KANSAS CITY— The Chiefs are playing it safe with their stars whose absence due to injury deep-sixed their 2011 season.
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After Jamaal Charles tore his ACL week 2 last season, the Chiefs are being very cautious with him this offseason and are holding him out of organized team activities until Training Camp. The Chiefs will be doing the same thing with Eric Berry and Tony Moeaki, who suffered similar injuries at similar times last season, just to be cautious. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that the...
With both running back Jamaal Charles and safety Eric Berry recovering from ACL surgery, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel indicated that they’re hoping both players will be cleared in time for training camp.
“We’re going to do everything we can to get them as healthy as they can get before we put them back out there,” Crennel said.
With the first week of OTA's underway, the Kansas City Chiefs begin their assault on the AFC West title. So which players stood out?
Thanks to several player interviews, and great reporting by the Pittsburgh media during the first week of OTA's, we are starting to see certain elements of what the new Rosseta Stone offense that Todd Haley is implementing come into better focus. Along with that we have a much better grasp of what the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive line will look like in addition. It is not like...
Below is a rundown of headlines from yesterday.
Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel Believes in himself despite a rough season in 2011.
Dolphins rookie running back Lamar Miller has been very impressive in OTA’s. He’ll likely lineup at receiver quite a but because of pass catching skills and speed off the line.
New York Giants cornerback Brian Witherspoon may have tore the same...