CHIEFS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Analysts see Chiefs drafting wide receiver with first pick

It seems more and more draft analysts these days are predicting the Chiefs will take a receiver in the first round of the NFL Draft, and really, that makes a lot of sense to NFL.com’s Daniel Jeremiah. Jeremiah — who spent several years as an NFL scout (including a stint under Chiefs coach Andy Reid in Philadelphia) before he got into the draft prediction game — said the combination...
Via Pro Sports Daily
19 hours ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs are putting in the hard work now for championship results later

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Sean McGrath has seen this before, which is good. And by "good," we mean "freaking awesome." Last spring, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end was pounding iron for the Seattle Seahawks. Attendance at the team facility was high; enthusiasm was even higher. In hindsight, the workouts of February-March-April proved to be jumper cables that led to...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs Plan of Attack for the 2014 NFL Draft

With the Draft just over the horizon, it’s time to take a detailed look at each team’s acquisitions and losses and gauge a plan of attack for how they should approach the first three rounds of this year’s draft.  We’ll start with the lowly Houston Texans and work our way all the way up to the Super Bowl Champs in Seattle.  The Chiefs are up as we sit exactly three weeks...
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Kansas City Chiefs not playing in one of 10 best NFL games in 2014

After much anticipation, it is now believed that the NFL will release its 2014 schedule on Tuesday, April 22. At that point, we’ll find who plays who, from Week 1 to Week 17, including all of the primetime and national TV games; that’ll provide fans with somewhat of a road map for the season. But some games are going to be so attractive that it doesn’t matter when they’re...
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Dwayne Bowe Resolves Marijuana Case, Pleads To Lesser Charges

It’s always good to have a friend around when you need someone to take a charge for you. Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe resolved his possession of marijuana case, pleading guilty to defective equipment and littering, according to the Kansas City Star. Bowe  was reportedly fined $610 and received no probation. “Like others charged with speeding and possessing marijuana...
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Dwayne Bowe pleads guilty, pays $610 for marijuana possession

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; According to Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star,  Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe plead guilty to amended charges of defective equipment and littering after being arrested back on Novemeber 10th for marijuana possession. Bowe ended up paying $610 in city fines. “Like others charged...
Via Pro Football Zone
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs WR Bowe pleads guilty to lesser charges

RIVERSIDE, Kan. -- Kansas City Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe has pleaded guilty to amended charges of defective equipment and littering in connection with his November arrest for possessing marijuana. Bowe paid $610 in fines after his plea was entered Wednesday in Riverside's municipal court. City prosecutor Amy Ashefford says Bowe's amended charges are no different from what...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Senorise Perry Recently Visited With The Kansas City Chiefs

Pete Cautilli | The Cardinal Connect The Louisville football program is expected to have some major representation in this year’s NFL Draft. There are at least six former players who are expected to hear their name called in next month’s draft. After a solid pro day performance last month, former Cardinal running back Senorise Perry is starting to hear from at least one NFL team...
Via The Cardinal Connect
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Power Rankings: Kansas City Chiefs have had one of worst offseasons in NFL so far

Since the 2013 NFL season ended 10 weeks ago, every team in the NFL has made changes. Both winners and losers from last year have been busy making adjustments. Some have revamped their coaching staff. Some have turned over their roster. Some have done a little bit of both. But none, not a single one, have stood pat. During this firestorm of activity, every team believes they’ve...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs cutting corners on the offensive line

The Kansas City Chiefs are going with youth on the offensive line. Four of the five starters are in rookie deals that controls the cost for the unit . OL Rishaw Johnson is making the minimum salary and likely to fill the last open spot along the line. However, could the Chiefs be skimping too much?
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Kansas City Chiefs’ Mount Dreadmore

The national guys came up with an idea – instead of the “Mount Rushmore” for each team, what would be the ‘Mount Dreadmore?’ Their Chiefs’ Mount Dreadmore included QB Todd Blackledge, DT Ryan Sims, QB Steve Fuller and RB Harvey Williams. It begs the question… What would be YOUR Mount Dreadmore for the Chiefs? Here’s mine: 4) 1995 No. 31 overall pick, OT Trezelle Jenkins...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Star columnist: Trade Eric Berry

Many are calling Kansas City Star columnist Sam Mellinger completely bonkers after the scribe suggested the Chiefs trade safety Eric Berry. The 25-year-old has made three Pro Bowls so far in his young career. Mellinger believes that Berry's reputation exceeds his value to the team. Primarily been used as a "box safety" in his career, he does carry a big cap number...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs have small school riser Keith Lewis in today for a work-out

Today the Kansas City Chiefs will host small school riser Keith Lewis the former cornerback from Virginia Lynchburg.  The  6′ foot corner has been flying under the radar all season, but over the past month his stock is skyrocketing.  Lewis has already had visits with Chicago Bears, the Oakland Raiders, the New York Giants and […] The post Kansas City Chiefs have small school...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs may draft Teddy Bridgewater

The Kansas City Chiefs are in a situation where they need to make their draft picks this year — the few of them that they have — count for something towards the future. While this has many fans thinking about defensive backs and wide receivers at the end of the first-round, beat writer Terez Paylor has another idea. After the success of Alex Smith in 2013, Chiefs fans can rest...
Via Pro Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss

The time is right for the Chiefs to trade Eric Berry

The Chiefs should trade Eric Berry. There, let that sit for a moment. The NFL is a cold business, and sometimes the truth hurts, so let’s just get into it. There is no room for sentimental value here. Everyone is a commodity, and for the Chiefs, Berry is more valuable as a trade piece than the starting strong safety. Trading Berry would anger Chiefs fans, require some major...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss
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