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Sean McGrath led Chiefs tight ends in receptions last season, but he is hanging up his cleats. McGrath has decided to retire from the NFL after two seasons. McGrath, who had 26 catches last season. “McGrath is gonna retire, that’s what we’ve been told by him,” Reid said, via the Kansas City Star. “I wish […]
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BEST OF MAXIM
As the Kansas City Chiefs settle in at training camp in St. Joe, Missouri and begin to get into the full swing of things, it seems like an appropriate time to recap on all of the news and notes out of Chiefs camp thus far.
Sean McGrath Officially Retires
After Chiefs tight end Sean McGrath missed the first two days of training camp, the word around the league was that the 26 year...
Sean McGrath’s retirement probably means Demetrius Harris will land a spot on the Chiefs’ 53-man roster for the season opener Sept. 7 against Tennessee at Arrowhead Stadium.
Harris — a raw but intriguing 6-foot-7 prospect, who played basketball in college — might have beat out McGrath anyway.
Of course, removing McGrath from the equation simplifies the decision for head...
Chiefs announced that TE Sean McGrath is retiring from the NFL. (Randy Covitz)
The Dolphins are expected to move forward with Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, and Brandon Gibson as their top-3 receivers. (Adam Beasley)
Second-year QB Ryan Nassib “was a train wreck during Friday’s practice.” (Jordan Raanan)
Third-round pick OT Morgan...