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TOP 5: Plays from the Chiefs 2014 draft class

The Chiefs added six players in the 2014 NFL Draft; Dee Ford, Phillip Gaines, De’Anthony Thomas, Aaron Murray, Zach Fulton and Laurent Duvernay-Tardif. We’ve told you a lot about Dee Ford and we showed you some highlights from De’Anthony Thomas. Lets look back at their college careers to check out some of the best plays from the newest Chiefs draftees. 5) Phillip Gaines...
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May 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Chiefs Sign Third-Round Pick CB Phillip Gaines

  The Kansas City Chiefs signed third-round pick CB Phillip Gaines to a four-year contract on Thursday, according to his representatives. Gaines is the third draft pick to sign his rookie contract with the Chiefs this week, so they could have their entire class locked up at some point this weekend. Gaines is a very interesting player to watch for Kansas City given that he offers...
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May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 NFL Draft: DB Phillip Gaines Selected By Kansas City Chiefs

Phillip Gaines - DB Rice, 6’0″, 193 LBS, 31′ 7/8″ Arm Length Drafted Round 3, Pick 23, Kansas City Chiefs Combine Results: 4.38 Forty | 36.5″ Vertical | 122.0″ Broad Jump Gaines is a two-time, All-CUSA selection 2012 and 2013. Set and holds school career record with 38 broken up passes including 27 in last two years (42 total). NFL Impact: I’ll start off with some...
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May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

What the addition of Phillip Gaines means for the Chiefs’ other cornerbacks

The Chiefs' decision to take Rice cornerback Phillip Gaines in the third round of the NFL Draft on Friday was interesting for many reasons. He's athletic and has ball skills but he also has some question marks, including his durability and intangibles. You can read all about him here and decide for yourself whether you like the pick. But perhaps the most interesting thing...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Meet Chiefs 3rd round pick Phillip Gaines

The Kansas City Chiefs followed up their first round pick, pass rusher Dee Ford, with the selection of cornerback Phillip Gaines. Gaines was a standout at the NFL Combine, measuring in at 6’0 195 pounds and running a blazing fast 4.38 40. Gaines was suspended for the first game of his season against Texas A&M for a ‘violation of team rules.’ Below is Chiefs General Manager...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Chiefs Round 3 Reaction: Phillip Gaines

The Tape doesn’t lie. John Dorsey had Phillip Gaines as the Best Player Available at the #87 pick for a reason. The Tape. Yes, he is very, very fast. He is also the kind of DB that Dorsey likes and has come to demand. Gaines is tall and he has long arms. He can play press-man coverage and is good with his hands. He can play off in zone coverage too. 38. It comes down to the...
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May 10, 2014  |  Discuss
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