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Chiefs Upgrade Receiving Corp with UGA's Conley

Chris Conley is a Kansas City Chief. The University of Georgia WR joins fellow Dawgs Justin Houston, Sanders Commings & Aaron Murray.Conley has all the physical traits the Chiefs needed. He has height at 6’2” and long speed at 4.35s 40. His leaping ability is incomparable at 45”. He can go up and get the ball.These traits transfer to the field as well. Conley was the top...
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Chiefs draft C Mitch Morse with No. 49 pick

Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports The Kansas City Chiefs selected Missouri center Mitch Morse with the 49th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. Kansas City may not be making a sexy pick with this selection, but they are getting a quality player at a position that they could use some depth. It will be interesting to see whether or not he sees playing time during his rookie season. He...
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Chiefs War Room Big Board - Draft Science 2015 Finale

Here we are at Part Four of this year’s Draft Science. Welcome to the War room. Have a seat and open your ears. No draft unfolds perfectly. Adapting to the selections prior to the Chiefs will make the difference between a passable draft and one that propels the team forward.Impact Pass CatchersThe most talked about position of need for the Chiefs is wide receiver. The class is...
Via Pro Football Spot
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: The Kansas City Chiefs are still talking to Justin Houston

As the time left to work out a long-term deal with superstar pass rusher and NFL sack leader Justin Houston trickles down in Kansas City, Chiefs general manager John Dorsey shared a glimpse of optimism with the media on Friday, allowing just a bit of hope to seep through from behind closed doors at One, Arrowhead Drive, where negotiations had reportedly been dead between the two...
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Justin Houston, Randy Gregory, And Lessons Learned On Due Diligence

Kansas City Chiefs outside linebacker Justin Houston emerged as a starter by the end of his rookie season in 2011, posting 5.5 sacks. He has been a full-time starter over the course of the past three seasons, playing in 43 games and posting 43 sacks in that span. He has posted three straight seasons of […] Justin Houston, Randy Gregory, And Lessons Learned On Due Diligence is...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs and Justin Houston talk extension

Kansas City Chiefs and Justin Houston talk extension. Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star broke news of Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey having recent talks with Justin Houston‘s representatives about a possible new contract. Justin Houston was franchised back in March and is seeking long-term security, which is why he is skipping the Chiefs off-season training activities, while...
Via EndZoneScore
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs' Dorsey still speaking with Houston's representatives

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey says he's spoken to representatives of All-Pro linebacker Justin Houston ''in the last three days'' as the sides negotiate a long-term contract. Speaking in advance of next week's draft, Dorsey said Friday that the lines of communication remain open with Houston, who has been given the franchise tag but has yet...
Via AP on Fox
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs Discussing Contract Extension With OLB Justin Houston

Chiefs GM John Dorsey told reporters on Friday that he has had contract discussions with OLB Justin Houston‘s representative in the last three days, per Herbie Teope. Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk recently reported that there had been no contract talks between the two parties in recent weeks. However, it appears as though things have changed in recent days. ... The post...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
10 days ago  |  Discuss

No shock: Chiefs' Houston skips report date for offseason program

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs reported for the start of their offseason program Monday. Well, most of them did. The most notable absence was All-Pro linebacker Justin Houston, who was given the franchise tag after a record-setting sack season. Houston still has not signed his tender as the Chiefs and his representatives try to reach an agreement on a long-term deal....
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kansas City Chiefs LB Justin Houston Working Out By Pushing a Truck Around

The Kansas City Chiefs are expected to figure out how to make Justin Houston happy with a new contract by time the season starts. If they don't he will play a year under the franchise tag and get paid by someone else. Whatever happens with his contract there is one thing that is for certain--he has to be ready to play next year as good if not better than he did last season (if he...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

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