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Boise State outside linebacker Shea McClellin already shapes up as one of the draft's best edge players, and he should get some bonus points in the Patriots' eyes for trying to model his game after Mike Vrabel. McClellin has told reporters that he admired Vrabel's playing style because of the value his versatility can bring to the defense. The Patriots will have the opportunity to add McClellin to their own defense this week at the NFL draft. McClellin is the focus of the 23rd installment of a 26-day series that will highlight draft prospects who could land with the Patriots...
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The Kansas City Chiefs head into the NFL draft this week in an envious position.
General manager Scott Pioli believes he's filled most of the pressing needs on the roster - left tackle Eric Winston, running back Peyton Hillis, tight end Kevin Boss and cornerback Stanford Routt have all signed in free agency.
That means Pioli has a bit more flexibility when the Chiefs go on...
Matt Cassel doesn't believe that the Kansas City Chiefs went behind his back when they pursed Peyton Manning during the offseason. In fact, he appreciates them being open with him.
The veteran quarterback was quick to acknowledge that Manning is one of the best to ever play the game.
Manning ultimately ended up with AFC West rival Denver, where he'll play the Chiefs twice...
Ever since General Manager Scott Pioli arrived in Kansas City back in January of 2009, he came to the organization with a trio of Super Bowls in hand and expectations that would make even the most mortal of men, fear the task at hand of rebuilding a franchise that hasn’t won a playoff game since 1994.
Matt Peterson tracks the offseason needs of every team in the league. Today’s franchise, the Kansas City Chiefs [full archive here].
Season Recap: The Kansas City Chiefs fielded a talented team in 2010, and expectations were high entering 2011. Within the first two weeks of the season, key players Jamal Charles, Eric Berry, and Tony Moekai went on injured reserve, forcing less...
On Monday, the Ohio State Buckeyes appear to have landed one of the nation’s top defensive ends for the 2013 class as St. Thomas Aquinas’ Joey Bosa announced his intentions to head to Columbus following his high school career.
Per Eleven Warrios, Bosa was said to be headed to Alabama but changed his mind after paying a visit to Urban Meyer last week. Bosa returned to Columbus...