Found July 25, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
The Kansas City Chiefs have parted ways with wide receiver Mardy Gilyard six short months after signing him. Considered a solid NLF prospect when taken in the fourth round of the 2010 draft, Gilyard will look to latch on to what will be his fifth NFL organization. The post Kansas City Chiefs Release WR Mardy Gilyard appeared first on FFLockerRoom.

QB Alex Smith and Chiefs work on ‘hurry up’ offense

The Kansas City Chiefs hit the ground running practicing their ‘hurry up’ offense. According to Randy Covitz of the Kansas City Star, quarterback Alex Smith led the practice which was passing only. Smith looked good connecting to various receivers and tight ends. The Chiefs’ first full-squad practice of training camp is Friday Covitz writes ‘The Chiefs ran their hurry...

Andy Reid makes passing game the priority on day one

New Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid knows what this team's weakness was in 2012, and if there's something to be done about it, it's early on in training camp. On Wednesday, Reid left the running plays out and went all pass for the day in an attempt to hopefully breath some life into a almost nonexistent passing attack on a team that scored the fewest points...

Chiefs still waiting to sign No. 1 pick Eric Fisher

We suppose the No. 1 overall pick in April's NFL Draft is supposed to be signed dead last. It certainly looks that way as the Kansas City Chiefs have yet to sign right tackle Eric Fisher. Luckily, we hear talks are ongoing, which is a good sign. But in the meantime, Fisher is missing training camp, and that's always a concern for a rookie. According to league source,...

Chiefs place Dwayne Bowe on non-football injury list

The Kansas City Chiefs have placed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe on the non-football injury list due to a virus. The #Chiefs have placed WR Dwayne Bowe on the Non-Football Injury list, I’m told. It’s unclear why at this point. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) July 26, 2013 Reid said Bowe has a virus. Expects him back to practice soon — Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) July 26, 2013 ...

Chiefs rookie Sanders Commings out with broken collarbone

Kansas City Chiefs rookie cornerback Sanders Commings is out indefinitely with a broken left clavicle, according to Paul Newberry of the Associated Press (See AP Article Here). Commings sustained the injury in the first training camp practice of his career. According to reports, the injury happened while attempting to defend a pass intended for Chiefs tight end Tony Moeaki. The...

Report: Chiefs agree to terms with Eric Fisher

According to, the Kansas City Chiefs and rookie offensive tackle Eric Fisher has agreed to terms on a contract. Chiefs, Eric Fisher agree to terms, per league source. He's heading to camp and will sign contract then practice with team. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) July 26, 2013   Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Report...

Chiefs report to camp with high expectations

Eric Berry didn't even allow a question about last season to be asked before cutting off the inquiring mind. There's no way he was going to relive that nightmare. Instead, the Pro Bowl safety spoke optimistically about what the Kansas City Chiefs can accomplish this season under a new head coach. Berry thinks the pieces are in place for a quick turnaround from a 2-14 record...

Ailing Chiefs Moeaki, Avery back in practice

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. (AP) Tony Moeaki spent most of the Kansas City Chiefs' offseason workouts watching from the sideline with a baseball cap on his head. Donnie Avery did the same. They're both happy to have a helmet on instead. Moeaki had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee after last season, keeping the tight end from participating in the first round of practices under...

Kansas City Chiefs practice consists of all passing plays

In their second day of rookie and quarterback camp, the Kansas City Chiefs are practicing nothing but passing plays on offense. According to the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs have not attempted one running play in the two days they have been on the practice field. Head coach Andy Reid is in his first season with the Chiefs and no doubt will be revamping an offense which really struggled...

Chiefs, 1st overall pick Fisher agree to terms

The first overall pick was one of the last first-round picks to agree to terms. But it’s better late than never especially when it’s not really late. Per a league source the Chiefs and tackle Eric Fisher have struck a deal. We’re told he’s heading to camp where he will sign the contract and then participate in the team’s first training-camp practice.

Chiefs Camp Notes: Nico to the Rescue

St. Joseph, MO – With Linebacker Derrick Johnson in the prime of his career, the Kansas City Chiefs need to eventually find his successor. And thanks to their recent NFL Draft, they may have found more than that.

Kansas City Chiefs season preview podcast

Kansas City Chiefs season preview podcast Listen to internet radio with Shotguns and Sundresses on BlogTalkRadio Seth is joined by Jinx Allessio Follow @JinxAllessio as they discuss all things Chiefs in the TSHQ Kansas City Chiefs season preview podcast. What can Chiefs fans expect under the Andy Reid regime? Is Alex Smith the answer at quarterback? What will the defense look...

Chiefs, Fisher agree on contract

The Kansas City Chiefs and No. 1 overall pick Eric Fisher have agreed to terms on a four-year contract, thus getting the offensive tackle under contract before the first full practice of camp Friday afternoon. The Chiefs have confirmed to FOX Sports that Fisher's camp has agreed to a deal and he's on his way to camp to sign officially. Like most of the top-10 picks, Fisher...
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