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From 10-6 to 2-14, the Kansas City Chiefs took a huge step backwards instead of forwards. There are a number of needs on both sides of the ball for the Chiefs but looking specifically at the offense there are glaring needs for a backup QB, WR, TE, RB depth and OL depth.
Contrary to popular belief; the Chiefs offensive line was one of the best in the NFL at one point in 2012.... Read more
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The Kansas City Chiefs have done all the heavy lifting in order to gain leverage to trade the top pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.
The team traded for quarterback Alex Smith, re-signed their top receiver Dwanyne Bowe, and franchised tackle Branden Albert. With all the bases covered, the draft becomes more of value over filling a need for the Chiefs.
Kansas City starts the process...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Kansas City Chiefs are down in Florida working out defensive lineman Shariff Floyd.
A collection of Chiefs officials, including GM John Dorsey, are on Florida campus today, privately working out Florida DT Shariff Floyd.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 25, 2013
Minutes later the Chiefs confirmed Schefter’s report by posting photos...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, some Chiefs’ scouts have told him that they’re “fascinated” by former West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith.
Word from #Chiefs scouts: They’re fascinated by Geno Smith, comparing him to a young McNabb. They love how he throws. Need to study deeper
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 27, 2013
While the Chiefs could very well be...
1. Kansas City Chiefs- Luke Joekel, OT, Texas A&M No surprise here. With the Chiefs releasing Eric Winston and shopping Branden Albert, this is almost a guarantee. Joekel is the top prospect available, and he’s versatile enough to play either tackle position, so he could play on the right if the Chiefs are unable to [...]
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The Chiefs needed a #2 tight end with no depth behind Tony Moeaki, who is no sure thing, and Fasano, a solid blocker who can also contribute a little bit as a chain mover in the passing game, can serve in that role well. However, this is way too much money for a backup tight end. Fasano will get 16 million over the next 4 years with 4.5 million guaranteed. This is even worse than...
Ah, the NFL Draft season. All NFL teams and their front office’s lie, it just gets worse everytime the calendar flips to the month of April. Ian Rapoport is reporting that the Kansas City Chiefs are “fascinated” by West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith. Everyone with a high draft pick is always fascinated with every player this time of the year so they can get another team to...
Just when you though Alex Smith’s exportation process from the San Francisco 49ers to the Kansas City Chiefs was going to go off without even a subliminal diss, comes well…a subliminal diss.
Wide receiver Michael Crabtree has always been a step-and-a-half shy of becoming a truly polarizing figure.
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Following a stellar 14-year NFL career, Mike Vrabel has returned to Ohio State as the defensive line coach, and in two years he's proven to be a very valuable assistant to the Buckeye program. Vrabel took the time recently to talk about his coaching career at Ohio State, and his philosophy on leading young men.
NFLDraftTags: Dion JordanEric FidherGeno SmithLuke JoeckelI think Andy Reid and the Chiefs are blowing smoke about how much they love Geno Smith. I think Reid is going to be happy with having Alex Smith. Both the Jags and the Raiders could draft Smith.
Gus Bradley might not be able to resist getting the perfect Leo in Dion Jordan...
Geoff Schwartz is one of only nine Jewish players in the NFL, and he combines with his brother, Mitchell, to comprise 22 percent of the Jewish NFL population. In honor of Passover Tuesday, Schwartz, an offensive lineman for the Kansas City Chiefs, wrote a list of 10 random facts about being a Jewish athlete for Sports Illustrated’s Hot Clicks.
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Rachel Wray — the former NFL cheerleader who is making a transition to MMA — lost her first fight against fellow amateur fighter Nadia Nixon in a wild, bloody fight Friday night in Kansas City.
The beautiful blond — who traded her pompoms for MMA gloves — lost a close split decision at the Ultimate Blue Corner Battles for her first loss in three fights.