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Chiefs offensive line a grab-bag of bodies in camp

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- The presumptive favorite to win the starting right guard spot with the Kansas City Chiefs worked out with the third team on Monday. The guy who is challenging him for the spot slid over to center during another portion of the workout. Rishaw Johnson and Zach Fulton are just the start of the offensive line shuffle. After watching three linemen who started last season...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs’ Jeff Allen and Donald Stephenson are stronger, more confident thanks to offensive-line guru

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. Finally...
Via Pro Sports Daily
June 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Chiefs' Jeff Allen dealing with hamstring injury

Kansas City Chiefs offensive guard Jeff Allen hurt his hamstring in the win over the Eagles last week and it may be serious enough to keep him out of the game against the Giants this week.  Due to the injury and Allen being questionable for Sunday the Chiefs called up offensive guard Rishaw Johnson from the practice squad on the the 53 man roster.  The Chiefs are now carrying...
Via NFL Injury Report
September 25, 2013  |  Discuss

Chiefs Jeff Allen left Thursday night’s game with possible concussion

Chiefs LG Jeff Allen left Thursday night’s game against the Chargers with a possible concussion. Allen exited early in the second quarter. He was thrust into the starting lineup in Week 3 after Rodney Hudson was hurt and sent to injured reserve. Allen, a second-round rookie, was replaced in the lineup by veteran Russ Hochstein. Allen was a stud tackle for the Fightin Illini where...
Via NFL Draft Zone
November 01, 2012  |  Discuss

There is a Shift Afoot in KC

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.
Via kan.scout.com
May 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Chiefs sign OL Allen, DB Menzie

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...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 16, 2012  |  Discuss
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