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Five Storylines to Follow at Kansas City Chiefs Training Camp

It’s about that time
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5 hours ago

Pre-Camp Reads: What's Next for Chiefs Safety Eric Berry?

A closer look at the eighth-year safety
Via Chiefs.com
12 hours ago

Pre-Camp Reads: Pre-Camp Reads: What's Next for Chiefs Safety Eric Berry?

A closer look at the eighth-year safety
Via Chiefs.com
12 hours ago

Jenkins ‘feels blessed’ to give back to Daniel, Clemson

CENTRAL, S.C. — Daniel High School graduates and former Clemson football standouts Jarvis Jenkins and DeAndre Hopkins teamed up a few years ago to start a Daniel High School youth football camp. On Friday, Jenkins and Hopkins — along with Daniel alumni and former Clemson defensive linemen DeShawn Williams and Shaq Lawson — returned home for the third annual Alumni Football...
Via The Clemson Insider
12 hours ago

Simpson parole board member opens up about Chiefs tie

OJ Simpson was granted parole on Thursday and could be released from prison as early as October. One of the parole board members who voted to set the former NFL star free is a huge football fan, though you probably already knew that.Perhaps the most bizarre storyline from Simpson’s parole hearing was that a member of the board was wearing a Kansas City Chiefs tie. That man was...
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 hours ago  |  Discuss

Twitter reacts to parole board member wearing Chiefs tie at OJ Simpson’s hearing

OJ Simpson appeared in front of a Nevada parole board on Thursday, and one of the board members was apparently a big NFL fan.In what was truly one of those “you have to see it to believe it” moments, a parole board member at Simpson’s hearing was wearing a Kansas City Chiefs tie. That’s right, a grown man sitting on a parole board wearing an NFL-themed tie. You have to wonder...
Via Larry Brown Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Making an NFL GM change in the summer has its benefits

Perhaps it’s not something bound to be remembered by most fans, but the 2017 NFL offseason has been notable for the way teams have shaken up their front offices late in the roster-building process. Since the NFL Draft, three teams have made a change at general manager: the Buffalo Bills dismissed Doug Whaley, the Kansas City Chiefs said goodbye to John Dorsey, and just this week...
Via Yardbarker
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jets WR agrees team could be trying to tank

There’s definitely a good chance the New York Jets could finish this upcoming season with the worst record in the NFL. Here’s a team that parted ways with linchpins Nick Mangold, Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, David Harris and Darrelle Revis during the offseason. In addition to this, journeyman Josh McCown leads a potentially disastrous quarterback trio into the 2017 season.One...
Via Sportsnaut
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Marcus Peters: Chiefs will 'beat the dog **** out of' Marshawn Lynch

Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowl cornerback Marcus Peters is not without sentiment as it relates to Marshawn Lynch playing with the Oakland Raiders. But that sentiment only goes so far.Like Lynch, Peters is from Oakland. So, he’s happy that both Lynch and Oakland will get to enjoy the homecoming. But when it comes time for the Chiefs and Raiders to play, all of that goodwill goes out...
Via Sportsnaut
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs: Trying to replace John Dorsey

The Kansas City Chiefs signed head coach Andy Reid to a contract extension three weeks ago and on the same day fired general manager John Dorsey. The news came as quite of a shock to not only the Chiefs fan base, but also around the NFL as well. Both Reid and Dorsey have been with the organization for the past four years and in that time compiled a 43-21 record with three playoff...
Via isportsweb.com
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Austin Seferian-Jenkins vows to reward Jets for their faith

The Jets got very little out of the 12 players they drafted in 2014. It could turn out that their biggest contributor from the 2014 draft class is a player drafted by another team.Tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins was drafted 38th overall by the Buccaneers in 2014, 11 spots before the Jets drafted Jace Amaro. Amaro’s career is now hanging by a thread in Tennessee and Seferian-Jenkins...
Via The Sports Daily
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Andy Reid ‘had little to no role’ in GM search

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid reportedly didn’t have much say about the team’s next general manager after John Dorsey’s exit. It was kind of a surprise that the team waited until after the draft and the bulk of free agency to let Dorsey go. But Reid not having a seat at the table during the hunt for a new general manager should not come as a big shock. It is good...
Via Sportsnaut
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Tamba Hali ‘wasn’t too pleased’ about John Dorsey’s firing

Tamba Hali has been through enough 4-12 and 2-14 seasons with the Chiefs to appreciate John Dorsey’s impact on the organization. Dorsey was hired as general manager in 2013 and the Chiefs have made the playoffs in three of the last four years. He was surprisingly fired last week. “From a subjective opinion, I wasn’t too pleased,” Hali said on the NFL Network. “I’m really...
Via The Sports Daily
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Chiefs GM John Dorsey was ‘blindsided’ by firing

The Kansas City Chiefs made a surprising decision this week to fire general manager John Dorsey, who had been with the team in that role since 2013. Typically moves of that nature come immediately after the season — not two months after the NFL Draft.Something had to have been up, right?If so, Dorsey wasn’t aware of it. Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports is reporting that Dorsey...
Via Larry Brown Sports
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeremy Maclin found out via voicemail the Chiefs had cut him, and he was not thrilled about it

Two weeks ago, the Kansas City Chiefs cut wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, much to the surprise of most football fans, who did not expect to see an affordable Pro Bowler jettisoned in June. Well, you know who else was surprised? Jeremy Maclin himself. In an interview with Pro Football Talk on Thursday, Maclin said he found out about his release via voicemail. Asked to rate his level...
Via The Comeback
June 15, 2017  |  Discuss

Eric Berry downplays kind act to homeless caught on camera

Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry attempted to downplay a photograph that has gone viral showing him buying meals for and praying with homeless people, saying, “It’s nothing new.”Berry was back in his college town of Knoxville, Tenn., last week to speak at a sports awards banquet when a couple recognized him and took a photo. Berry apparently ordered food to-go at a restaurant...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
June 14, 2017  |  Discuss

Chiefs want more Tyreek Hill on offense, less on special teams

The Kansas City Chiefs want to get more out of Tyreek Hill while protecting him at the same time.Head coach Andy Reid and the team plan to do just that by giving Hill more snaps with the normal offense and keeping him farther away from dangerous returns on speical teams.Special teams coordinator Dave Toub said as much during an interview with Pro Football Talk’s Michael David Smith...
Via The Sports Daily
June 09, 2017  |  Discuss
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