Found July 04, 2013 on PPR Fantasy Football:
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For the Chiefs this offseason, it has been a busy one filled with changes in all areas. The popular changes were in the front office at general manager, the head coach, and the all important quarterback position. There has been nonstop talk about the job John Dorsey and Andy Reid have been doing together in Kansas City and for good reason. QB Alex Smith was the significant acquisition of the offseason and Chiefs fans cannot wait for him to step on the field and lead the team. RB Jamaal Charles is excited to play in coach Reid’s offense, WR Dwayne Bowe got a new contract and is looking to get going. The defense led by the three Pro Bowl linebackers are gearing up for a monster season. But the one player that isn’t getting too much notice and can have a breakout season for the Chiefs in 2013 is WR Dexter McCluster. McCluster is entering his fourth year in the league and is still trying to figure out where he fits best. There is no question how dynamic Dex can be, but to this point he ...
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