Posted May 17, 2012 on
When news spread on Wednesday that the Kansas City Chiefs had signed two more draft picks, Jeff Allen and DeQuan Menzie, that left only a pair of draftees from the teams most recent class without a contract. And that tells me things are changing within the Kingdom.
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Offensive tackle Jeff Allen (second round) and defensive back De'Quan Menzie (fifth) signed with the Chiefs. Terms were not disclosed. Allen played in 49 games for Illinois, seeing time at both tackle positions, and finished his career with 47 consecutive starts. Menzie played in 33 career games for Alabama, registering 68 tackles (47 solo), 3.0 tackles for loss, 2.5 sacks...
Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli was a guest on WHB in Kansas City with Kevin Kietzman, via SportsRadioInterviews.com.
Despite the skepticism in starting quarterback Matt Cassel from the general public, Pioli believe’s he’s a really good quarterback.
“I think that we have a really good quarterback. I think we have three good quarterbacks. I think...
In Matt Cassel’s 3 years in Kansas City, we’ve seen the good, the bad, and the ugly. He completed 58.2% of his passes, for an average of 6.9 YPA and a pristine 27:7 TD:INT ratio in 2010 for the division winning Chiefs, but has had 26 touchdowns to 25 interceptions combined for the last place Chiefs in his other 2 seasons. However, he still has the support of his GM Scott Pioli...
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Donald Stephenson, a third-round draft choice (74th overall) by the Kansas City Chiefs, has signed a four-year deal, the team announced Thursday morning.
The 6-6, 312-pound offensive lineman appeared in 30 games (27 starts) at the University of Oklahoma.
In addition to earning an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention by the Associated Press and coaches in 2011...
Offensive lineman Donald Stephenson, a third-round pick, signed with the Chiefs. Terms were not disclosed. Stephenson started 27 of 30 games at Oklahoma and was named Honorable Mention All-Big 12 in 2011.
When news spread late Thursday afternoon that the New England Patriots were only offering a modest two-year deal for wide receiver Wes Welker, it became the blueprint for a new deal for Chiefs receiver, Dwayne Bowe.