Found May 03, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
The Kansas City Chiefs waived four players yesterday including RB/FB Patrick DiMarco, LB Cory Greenwood, QB Alex Tanney and OL Bryan Mattison. DiMarco was waived to make room for newly acquired FB Anthony Sherman and could catch on elsewhere. Cory Greenwood will have an opportunity to catch on with another team a special teams player. He appeared in 48 straight games for the Chiefs since being signed as an undrafted free agent in 2010.   The post Kansas City Chiefs Waive Four Including RB Patrick DiMarco appeared first on FFLockerRoom | NFL - MLB News | Fantasy Sports Advice | Sports Talk.

Andy Reid says Branden Albert will play left tackle, Eric Fisher will play right tackle

According to, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid told Sirius XM NFL Radio hat Branden Albert will player left tackle and rookie Eric Fisher will play right tackle. “Well, yeah, that’s right,” Reid told Bruce Murray and Rich Gannon of SiriusXM NFL Radio in response to whether Albert will play the left side and rookie Eric Fisher the right.  “I...

Chiefs do some house cleaning, release four

The Kansas City Chiefs released four players on Thursday, parting ways with center Bryan Mattison, fullback Patrick DiMarco, linebacker Cory Greenwood and quarterback Alex Tanney. The four didn't play much, witht he exception fo Greenwood, who played in every game for the past three years on special teams. Per 'DiMarco started four games at the fullback position...

Kansas City Chiefs: Three Bold Predictions For The 2013 Season

The Draft is over and the free agents are dying down. Now I would like to give some possible outcomes and predictions for the upcoming season for the Chiefs. This is coming from a Chiefs fan so some of these may sound way out of hand but that's what the word "bold" means. There has been some huge moves by Kansas City this off-season and this opens up a whole to team...

With Dolphins trade apparently off the table, Chiefs look to sign Branden Albert long-term

Now that a trade to send tackle Branden Albert to the Miami Dolphins looks to be dead in the water, the Kansas City Chiefs are now looking to keep Albert happy and in the fold with a long-term contract, reports Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. Albert already signed his franchise tender for 2013, so he'll collect a $9.8 million this upcoming season, but beyond that is still...

Its logical: Chiefs pick a Vulcan in sixth round

KANSAS CITY, Mo. When you take a Vulcan in the NFL draft, there must be some logic associated with it, right? Well, actually, this Vulcan offensive lineman Eric Kush isnt the pointy-eared, green-blooded version seen on the old Star Trek series. This Vulcan was a sixth-round pick by the Chiefs last weekend out of tiny California University of Pennsylvania, a Division II school...

Kansas City Chiefs Sign 13 Undrafted Free Agents

The Kansas City Chiefs announced Wednesday that the club has agreed to terms with the following 13 rookie free agents: Photo Credit: - Quarterback Tyler Bray, stands 6-6, 215-pounds. He played in 28 games (24 starts) with Tennessee completing 540 passes on 922 attempts (58.6 pct.) for 7,444 yards with 69 touchdowns and 28 interceptions. - Linebacker Darin Drakeford...

Chiefs to use Branden Albert at LT, Eric Fisher at RT

When the Kansas City Chiefs used the first-overall pick in last weekend's NFL Draft on offensive tackle Eric Fisher, the expectation was that he would take over as the team's starting left tackle. However, Branden Albert remains on the team, and coach Andy Reid told Bruce Murray and Rich Gannon of SiriusXM NFL Radio that the veteran will fill the left tackle position, with...

NFL rumors: Chiefs, Dolphins Braden Albert trade talks are dead

Trade talks between the Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins are viewed by both parties as “dead,” according to Ian Rapoport of Rapoport adds that the Chiefs will now focus on locking Albert up to a long-term contract extension.'s Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday on "NFL Total Access" that both parties now view an Albert trade as "dead,...

Another Pioli Pick Jettisoned by KC

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Did Geno Smith fire his agent because he didn’t go in the first round of the draft?

Newly minted Jets quarterback Geno Smith fired his agency, “Select Sports Group” following last week’s draft. Details are starting to emerge of the alleged promises that were given to Smith about the draft and how that information may have ultimately impacted how Smith was received during pre-draft workouts. Per DeadSpin: The source says that the agents “absolutely” told...
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