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Are any Kansas City Chiefs either of the biggest heroes or goats from the past week?

Despite the fact that the games didn’t mean anything in the standings, and will be long forgotten in a week or two, the second week of the preseason provided plenty of highlights and lowlights. There were reasons to be excited, causes for concern and everything in between. What players were at each extreme of the spectrum this week? To see the “Heroes and Goats” from preseason...
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Kansas City Chiefs latest victim of NFL’s absurd crusade against defense

On Sunday night the Kansas City Chiefs visited Charlotte for a preseason matchup with the Carolina Panthers. The Chiefs got off to a hot start, led by several solid drives by Alex Smith, but in the second half Carolina caught up and broke away for a 28-16 win. What did the Chiefs in more than anything was penalties: they were flagged 13 times and lost a total of 131 yards. Head coach...
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Kansas City Chiefs: Player Most Likely To Break Out In 2014

There are three players who caught my eye last year that could easily break out in the 2014 football season. Lets take a look at these players.  Knile Davis Knile Davis entered his rookie career with the Chiefs last year with great stats. He carried the ball seventy times for 2,442 yards. A great average of 3.5 yards per carry. He also got four touchdowns to bring a wrap to his...
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Tuesday Truths: QB Race, Pass Defense, the Linemen

The Chiefs 2014 preseason is at the halfway point. Jobs are being earned. While some questions get answered, others are causing concerns to rise. Welcome to the preseason.OffenseThe running game without Jammal Charles is solidifying nicely. The passing game is up and down.In a surprise to many, Aaron Murray played the majority of the snaps behind starter Alex Smith. His first pass...
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Jamaal Charles Has Bruised Foot, Not Expected To Be Serious

Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is dealing with a bruised foot, according to He suffered the injury while moving out of the players' dorm at Missouri Western State University.Fantasy Spin:"He came down a grassy slope there and just kind of rolled his foot over on the curb," coach Andy Reid said. "We're optimistic about it. Initially there was some...
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Jamaal Charles injured his foot moving out of the Chiefs’ dorms

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid revealed that running back Jamaal Charles injured his foot while moving out the team’s dorms at the end of training camp. “He came down a grassy slope there and just kind of rolled his foot over on the curb,” Reid said, via “It was that simple. That was it. He went up to [trainer Rick Burkholder]. … He was hurting that night, and the...
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Chiefs TE Kelce Continues Preseason Dominance

Travis Kelce caught all four balls thrown in his direction for 63 yards, including a 43-yard touchdown against the Panthers on Sunday night.Fantasy Spin:Kelce has caught six of the seven passes thrown in his direction for 136 yards and two touchdowns during two preseason games. ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher said a week ago that Kelce is unlikely to replace TE Anthony Fasano in...
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National confidence level in Kansas City Chiefs holds steady after preseason Week 2

Now, it’s getting interesting. Across the NFL, teams are honing in on what they have for 2014, trying to establish what they are and what they’re going to do this season. A week after seeing a lot of starters sit out around the league, almost every marquee player was on the field during the second week of the preseason. This week and next, teams will essentially have dress rehearsals...
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John Lynch said WHAT about Alex Smith???

John Lynch was calling the Panthers-Chiefs preseason game this weekend.  And this being the NFL preseason, strange things are bound to happen. Like putting Alex Smith in the same breath as Peyton Manning and Drew Brees. Wait, what? John Lynch : "Alex Smith is up there with Peyton Manning and Drew Brees" — gifdsports (@gifdsports) August 18, 2014...
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NFL Stock Watch: Travis Kelce

NFL Stock Watch Travis Kelce TE Travis Kelce could be looking at a very big season in 2014. Kelce was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 3rd-round of the 2013 NFL draft. He played for the University of Cincinnati in college and finished up his senior season (2012) with personal career highs in catches (45), receiving yards (722), receiving touchdowns (8) and yards per reception...

TE Travis Kelce gaining momentum in Chiefs passing game

Kansas City Chiefs second year tight end Travis Kelce will be a full go for the start of training camp and the team is hoping he can become a big part of the offense. Coming off a rookie season that saw Kelce go down with a knee injury at the start of the 2013 season, is nine months removed from microfracture surgery. The team's receiver corps has very little depth and Kelce...
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WATCH: Dwayne Bowe trucks over Melvin White

Preseason football can about as exciting as watching paint dry. Normally, teams run vanilla offenses and defenses and most starters spend the preseason trying not to get hurt. Unfortunately, for Panthers undrafted corner Melvin White, no one told Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe about not trying to hurt anyone in the preseason. After a short pass from Alex Smith, Dwayne Bowe took...
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John Lynch: Alex Smith is up there with Drew Brees, Peyton Manning (Video)

If John Lynch keeps comparing guys like Alex Smith to Drew Brees and Peyton Manning, he won’t get very far in broadcasting. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ZergNet The post John Lynch: Alex Smith is up there with Drew Brees, Peyton Manning (Video) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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QB coach Matt Nagy re-wiring Alex Smith to open up the offense

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith is known for taking care of the ball, but his position coach thinks he should be a little more aggressive. Quarterbacks coach Matt Nagy went to work in the offseason trying to change the way Smith thinks, basically to stop playing it safe so much. “Let let the ball rip a little bit,’’ Nagy said, via Adam Teicher of ESPN. “It’s...
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Andy Reid says Dwayne Bowe’s finger is “shot”

Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe hasn’t looked very good during training camp. He’s had a hard time holding onto the football and now we know why. “His finger is shot,” Reid said Thursday, via “It’s been thrown out of place about 15 times, and he’s not catching the ball. But he’s getting his work done. You can practice with that type of thing.” Bowe will...
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