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Kansas City Chiefs Camp Preview: Chiefs tight ends have untapped potential

The Kansas City Chiefs’ 2014 season is right around the corner, which means one thing: Training Camp is comin’, ya’ll. We will be breaking down the Chiefs position-by-position over the next few weeks to get you prepared for Training Camp positional battles, and the pre-season as a whole. Tight End Depth Chart: 1) Anthony Fasano 2) Travis Kelce 3) Sean McGrath 4) Richard Gordon...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs: Who Will Have Breakout Season in 2014?

The Chiefs have taken plenty of hits this offseason, but the club still has loads of young talent and a handful of potential breakout candidates who will help pick up the slack as the Chiefs try to build off of last year’s stellar turnaround. Second-year tight end Travis Kelce missed his entire rookie season after undergoing microfracture surgery on his right knee. But the 2013...
Via Gridiron Grit
June 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Could the Chiefs try to snag one of the top free agent tight ends?

Our cover32 editorial staff released its top ten list for free agent tight ends today. There’s no doubt the Chiefs need some help at tight end. While Anthony Fasano certainly isn’t a bad player, he is not an explosive option at the position. He only caught 23 balls for 200 yards and three touchdowns. Not having a threat at the position in today’s NFL is a hinderance to the...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
February 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Chiefs put TE Kelce on IR, elevate DB McDougald

The Kansas City Chiefs have placed rookie tight end Travis Kelce on injured reserve after he had arthroscopic surgery this week to repair damaged cartilage in his left knee. The Chiefs made the move Saturday. They also elevated defensive back Bradley McDougald from the practice squad to the 53-man roster to fill his spot. Kelce had been dealing with what the Chiefs thought was...
Via AP on Fox
October 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Chiefs rookie TE Kelce has arthroscopic surgery

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee to repair damage to his cartilage this week and could miss the remainder of the season. The rookie out of Cincinnati has been dealing with what the Chiefs thought was a bone bruise since training camp. A series of MRI exams had come back negative, so orthopedic surgeon Dr. Cris Barnthouse...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
October 09, 2013  |  Discuss

Chiefs vs. Saints Primer: Kelce’s Strides

St. Joseph, MO - When the Kansas City Chiefs selected Cincinnati Bearcat Tight End, Travis Kelce, in April’s NFL draft, not many people believed this was an area of need for KC. But there is an adage, sometimes you add to your strengths before building up your weaknesses. And with Kelce in hand, suddenly the tight end position in KC is loaded with talent.
Via kan.scout.com
August 08, 2013  |  Discuss

Fantasy Football Rookie Report: Chiefs TE Travis Kelce

If you are a Chiefs fan, football season has been rough of late.The Matt Cassel experiment is finally over and despite an abundance of talent, the Chiefs have wallowed in a swamp of abject failure that would make Norv Turner flinch uncontrolably.But now it's different.I like the Chiefs this year. Jamaal Charles, Dwayne Bowe (when his head is right), and the newly-minted (conservative...
Via Football Nation
July 14, 2013  |  Discuss

What Travis Kelce has to Offer the Kansas City Chiefs

With Tony Moeaki not being able to stay healthy throughout a whole season, as well as offseason, and Anthony Fasano being able to be a reliable blocker and red-zone target yet not having the ability to stretch the field, the Chiefs third round pick, Travis Kelce does have the ability to stretch the field, as well as being a reliable blocker. Travis Kelce has a sort of unique size...
Via Football and Futbol
June 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs Draft Tight End Travis Kelce In Third Round

3.01 Kansas City Chiefs Travis Kelce, TE, Cincinnati (6-5, 255) While not blessed with blazing speed, the young former Cincinnati star tight end has plenty to be excited about if you are a Kansas City Chiefs fan. First and foremost he is built like an NFL tight end. The ability to be a receiver down the field by being able to stretch the field vertically is a great asset that he...
Via FF Locker Room
May 06, 2013  |  Discuss

Rookie Watch: Travis Kelce, TE, Kansas City Chiefs

Rookie Watch: Travis Kelce, TE, Kansas City Chiefs With the 1st pick of the third round the Kansas City Chiefs selected tight end Travis Kelce from The University of Cincinnati. Kelce exploded onto the draft scene his senior year as he recorded 45 catches for 722 yards and 8 touchdowns which all stand as tight end records now at  Cincinnati.  It was a nice pick for the Chiefs...
Via FF Locker Room
May 01, 2013  |  Discuss
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