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CHIEFS RUMORS & GOSSIP

NFL Notes: Chiefs, Eagles, Jaguars, Packers, & Saints

Chiefs The Chiefs had former No. 1 overall pick Eric Fisher working with the second-team offensive and Donald Stephenson with the starters. (Adam Teicher) Eagles Eagles HC Chip Kelly mentioned that QB Sam Bradford, S Earl Wolff and OLB Marcus Smith are still limited due to injuries. (Albert Breer) According to Kelly, Bradford remains “on schedule” and ... The post NFL Notes...
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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith proves he can go deep

One of the frequent knocks you hear on Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith’s game is that he doesn’t have the arm strength to take the top off a defense. A couple of days ago as the Chiefs opened OTAs, Smith proved his doubters wrong yet again… AROUND COVER32 QB Rankings: From 1-32 based on chances of making the Hall of Fame Top 10 in 2015: The NFL’s second-tier tight...
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Jamaal Charles: Chiefs RB wants to play six more years

Jamaal Charles has been one of the most dominant NFL running backs in the game since he was drafted back in 2008, and has been the Kansas City Chiefs’ franchise running back for the same amount of time outside of his rookie season. According to Charles, he would like to play six more seasons before calling it a career and retiring. “I want to play another six years so, my...
Via Sports-Glory
8 hours ago  |  Discuss

TE Travis Kelce: 'I'm going to go ahead and take the bull by the horns and lead us to success'

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce became a pass-catching playmaker in 2014 and expects more production in 2015. With Anthony Fasano gone, Kelce is locked into a much bigger role and the table is set for him to explode this season. "I come in and take the role, it's as simple as that," Kelce said, via the team's official website. "It's not like it's a hidden secret or anything...
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Three Chiefs Veterans Most Directly Affected by the NFL Draft

  Follow me at @ KCLeadForTSR While the NFL Draft may have added youth, talent, and future stars for the Kansas City Chiefs, it also stiffened the competition for some of their veterans. In this article, I take a look at the three Chiefs veterans who were most affected by the NFL Draft.   Jason Avant, Wide Receiver The draft was not kind to the 9-year pro, and with Training...
Via TopSportsReport
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Three Chiefs veterans affected by the NFL Draft

Follow me at @KCLeadForTSR While the NFL Draft may have added youth, talent, and future stars for the Kansas City Chiefs, it also stiffened the competition for some of their veterans. In this article, I take a look at the three Chiefs veterans who were most affected by the NFL Draft. Jason Avant, Wide Receiver The draft was not kind to the 9-year pro, and with Training Camp coming...
Via TopSportsReport
22 hours ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs' Jeremy Maclin already proving he's a high-effort receiver

Jeremy Maclin plans on giving his all for the Kansas City Chiefs, if first practices are any indication.The free-agent pickup already laid out for a long pass or two at organized team activities."You try to stay off the ground but when that ball is in the air it's a different story," Maclin told ESPN. "It's instincts and reaction. You just kind of go with it."Chiefs fans might gasp...
Via Fox Sports
23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Why Jamaal Charles is the best running back in the NFL

In recent years, we have all heard that running backs are not as important as they once were. Many teams have devalued the rushing attack in favor of a fast-paced passing offense, presumed to be “more exciting.” Yet each season a handful of running backs amaze us all, compiling thousands of yards, touchdown after touchdown, and often times, carrying their teams to victory. For...
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23 hours ago  |  Discuss

Updates from the first day of the Kansas City Chiefs’ 2015 OTAs

The Kansas City Chiefs offseason workouts officially commenced on Tuesday, and by all accounts, things generally ran pretty smoothly. A few notable Chiefs were absent at workouts, notably Justin Houston (contractual) and Allen Bailey and Husain Abdullah, who both hilariously were “caught in a storm” and couldn’t make it for the first day of workouts. On top of that, safety...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs WR Chris Conley looks like Willie Mays with sweet catch (video)

Seeing the Kansas City Chiefs back on the football field is a sweet sight. Even if it’s just OTAs, there’s something about guys putting on their helmets and tossing around the pigskin that should make you smile. Check out this sick catch rookie wide receiver Chris Conley made on Tuesday. Finally, #Chiefs rookie WR Chris Conley with the one-hand drill. https://t.co/3JJUz7TgIZ...
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Eric Berry Completes his Cancer Treatment

In November of 2014, All Pro Safety Eric Berry‘s season was cut short when the Kansas City Chiefs medical staff found a mass in his chest. He was diagnosed with having Hodgkin lymphoma, a form of cancer which attacks the lymphatic system. Fortunately for Berry, the doctors caught the mass early, and believed they would be able to not only treat it, but potentially cure him completely...
Via EndZoneScore
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Eric Berry 'doing well' after finishing cancer treatments

Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry was placed on the NFI (non-football injury) list last November after complaining of chest discomfort. Shortly thereafter, it was announced that the former first-round pick was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma—a cancer of the lymphatic system. A 25-year-old athlete in seemingly great health having to step away from the game to receive cancer...
Via Sportsnaut
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Chiefs LB Tamba Hali says he had his knee scoped

It was easy to see that Tamba Hali struggled with some knee issues last season. Now, the 10-year Chiefs veteran is back healthy after an arthroscopic procedure helped fix the issue at hand. Hali tallied only six sacks last year at linebacker. With last year's top pick Dee Ford reportedly ready for a bigger role, it was a smart move to go into the repair shop for a tune-up. It could...
Via Fox Sports
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Eric Berry finishes cancer treatment, awaiting results

Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Eric Berry has battled Hodgkin’s lymphoma and is now waiting to see if he’s cancer free. “He’s been through all the treatments,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. “Now the doctor’s going to sit down with him and go over exactly what the results of that are. We don’t have that. Eric doesn’t have it...
Via Sports-Glory
2 days ago  |  Discuss

All-Pro LB Houston among nine Chiefs absent from OTAs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Chiefs kicked off the third phase of the offseason workout program Tuesday with the first set of voluntary organized team activities missing nine players. The biggest name absent from the practice field didn't come as a surprise. All-Pro outside linebacker Justin Houston, who has yet to sign a non-exclusive franchise tender, was not present as he seeks a long...
Via AP on Fox
2 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL Notes: Chiefs, Falcons, Patriots, Raiders, & Redskins

Chiefs Chiefs S Eric Berry has completed his treatment for lymphoma and is doing “well,” according to Pete Sweeney. Berry is waiting for his doctor to review the test results with him. Falcons The Falcons’ first-team defensive line consisted of Kroy Biermann, Ra’Shede Hageman, Paul Solai and Adrian Clayborn during Tuesday’s OTA session. The Falcons are moving second...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
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Chiefs Sweep Double Header Monday

Davenport, IA– The Peoria Chiefs scored seven runs in the sixth inning of game one and four runs in the seventh inning of game two in a double header sweep of the first-place Quad Cities River Bandits on Monday. Peoria won game one 8-6, rallied two win game two 6-3 and return home for seven games with a 23-22 record. In game one starting pitchers Austin Gomber and Kevin Comer...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

2015 Chiefs offseason transactions

Free-agent signings and transactions during the 2015 offseason for the Kansas City Chiefs. Transactions list provided by KCChiefs.com: 05/22/2015 - Released Ricky Henry (G); Signed Ryan Taylor (TE) 05/19/2015 - Signed Keshawn Hill (RB); Daniel Munyer (C); Melvin Meggs (G); Kelvin Palmer (T). Waived Earnest Pettway (TE); Manasseh Garner (FB); Charles Sweeton (OL) 05/18/2015...
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Why the Kansas City Chiefs will win the AFC West this year

Andy Reid The AFC West is a hotly contested division, year in and year out. More often than not, two or three of the division’s teams find themselves in playoff contention each season. While the Denver Broncos have enjoyed a nice reign at the top for the past three seasons, 2015 belongs to the Kansas City Chiefs.   It has been a few years since the Chiefs claimed the AFC West...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Areas of concern for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2015

Eric Fisher The Kansas City Chiefs have been working hard this offseason, attempting to address some obvious concerns at a variety of positions, including wide receiver, offensive line, and the secondary. This has been easier said than done, as the Chiefs are up against the 2015 salary cap. The NFL has set the salary cap figure for 2015 at 143.28 million dollars and without getting...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs sign veteran TE Ryan Taylor

According to Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs have signed veteran tight end Ryan Taylor. Taylor was a seventh-round pick of the Packers in 2011, while catching eight passes for 45 yards in 45 games with the Packers. He will join Travis Kelce, Demetrius Harris, Richard Gordon, James O’Shaughnessy and Adam Schiltz to compete for what will be likely three...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs Extend Tryout to Son of WWE Pro Wrestler Sting

Say what you might about professional wrestling, but the men and women who make it their jobs are extremely athletic and have to weather the rigors of a non-stop business. And given what pro wrestling demands, it’s not exactly surprising that many wrestlers have athletic backgrounds that span many athletic disciplines. It’s also not surprising when the children of pro wrestlers...
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10 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce Comes Home to Work (And Relax) Ahead of the 2015 NFL Season

Kansas City Chiefs third-year tight end Travis Kelce is always working. After an injury erased his rookie season, Kelce exploded in year two, leading the Chiefs in both receiving yards
Via Stack
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Morse Could See Action Anywhere on the Chiefs Line

The Kansas City Chiefs surprised me as well as many, if not all, other fans by taking a center in the second-round of the 2015 NFL Draft. And by surprised, my exact words describing the situation are not exactly suitable for a proper article. I was actually in the middle of Draft Town in Chicago, and my father caught the video if anyone really wants a laugh.Mitch Morse was considered...
Via Pro Football Spot
12 days ago  |  Discuss
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