Late last season, Chiefs guard Geoff Schwartz sat at his locker and searched for his phone.
In the midst of a career year, Schwartz had been talking at length about LeCharles Bentley, the man who had helped him get there, and he couldn’t wait to find a clip of what his offensive-line guru used to do to 300-pound men in the NFL.
“He used to maul people,” Schwartz said.
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Being a NFL player sounds like a blast. Having your pinky crumble before your eyes doesn’t sound quite as appealing.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Donald Stephenson and Geoff Schwartz might as well consider themselves starters the way the two Chiefs offensive linemen have been pressed into service this season.
In an ideal world, Stephenson is supposed to be the backup offensive tackle, Schwartz the reserve offensive guard. But a series of injuries to just about everybody on the Chiefs' already-suspect...
(Eds: Should stand.) By DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer Donald Stephenson and Geoff Schwartz might as well consider themselves starters the way the two Chiefs offensive linemen have been pressed into service this season.
In an ideal world, Stephenson is supposed to be the backup offensive tackle, Schwartz the reserve offensive guard. But a series of injuries to just about everybody...
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November 21, 2013
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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.