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...
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Chiefs seeing what they have in Zach Fulton at center

Many draftniks thought the Chiefs grabbed their center of the future when they selected Mitch Morse in the second round.It never hurts to be prepared, though -- and that's why Andy Reid wants to see former undrafted guard Zach Fulton take some snaps.“We rotate a few guys in at that center spot,” Reid told Chiefs Digest. “It’s an important position. If something happens, if...
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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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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...
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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...
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GIF: Chiefs head coach Andy Reid bursts through a wall like the Kool-aid man

Here’s a GIF of Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid bursting through a wall like the Kool-aid man.   For the troops. That’s why. AROUND COVER32 Five Things: Big NFL stories fans might have missed this weekend Top 10 in 2015: The best tight ends in the NFL today You may also be interested in: Madden Madness: Can Eli Manning make the famous Odell Beckham catch? What in...
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Andy Reid: Chiefs may go to camp with three healthy QBs

The Chiefs hosted a parade of tryout quarterbacks earlier this week.None of them could ultimately be signed by the team, though. Andy Reid sounds pretty content with taking only three passers with him to training camp this year.“Until I came here, I had done that for the last few years,’’ Reid told reporters.Three was Reid's magic quarterbacking number when he coached the Eagles...
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Marcus Peters and Chris Conley returning kicks for the Chiefs

Chris Conley was one of the fastest guys at the NFL Combine. It's no surprise that the Chiefs would want him back to return some kicks. But their first-round pick? He's in the running for that job, too. Both Conley and cornerback Marcus Peters fielded kickoffs during a windy rookie minicamp. And both draft picks impressed head coach Andy Reid. "...Itt looked like they handled it...
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Andy Reid likes what he's seeing from Chiefs rookie Ramik Wilson

Ramik Wilson is proving he knows how to get the ball back for the Chiefs offense. That's all head coach Andy Reid could ask from his fourth-round linebacker out of Georgia. "He's got strong hands and he's got a knack for making plays here,” Reid said of Wilson, who pulled down three picks over two days of rookie minicamp. “He's done a nice job, a very nice job." Kansas City was...
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Kansas City Chiefs 2015 Schedule: Game-by-Game Predictions

The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off of a 9-7 record after their second year under Head Coach Andy Reid. At times, the Chiefs looked to be a playoff contender, but at other times their inconsistencies were very apparent. Going into 2015 if the Chiefs want to get back into the playoffs they’ll have to beat quality opponents. Here’s how I see the 2015 Kansas City Chiefs season...
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What can the Chiefs expect from WR Jeremy Maclin?

Jeffrey G. Pittenger-USA TODAY Sports The Kansas City Chiefs didn’t get much production from their wide receiver position last year, and they went out and made a splash in free agency to help fix that issue. Jeremy Maclin is coming off of a huge season with the Philadelphia Eagles last year, and is ready to take over the number one receiver role in Kansas City immediately. That...
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Kansas City Chiefs 2015 Schedule Analysis

The 2015 NFL Schedule was released last night, and while we’ve known for over a month who the teams would be playing, we didn’t know in what order they would be played. Now, we do. Here is the Chiefs 2015 schedule Weeks 1 to 17. Sunday, Sept. 13 at Houston Texans Noon CBS Thursday, Sept. 17 Denver Broncos 8:25 p.m. CBS/NFLN Monday, Sept. 28 at Green Bay Packers 8:30 p.m...
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Andy Reid: Peters will learn to keep his emotions intact

Andy Reid doesn't want to coach the sharp edge out of his first-round pick.But he would like to see Marcus Peters play smarter now that he's a Kansas City Chief.“I don’t want to get rid of any of that competitiveness," said Reid. "I don’t want to back him off from bump‐and‐run, I love the way he plays it — he’s going to get up and challenge you."For his style, Reid...
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Analyzing the picks: The Kansas City Chiefs cleaned up on day two of the draft

As day two of the 2015 NFL Draft came and went on Friday night, Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey and head coach Andy Reid entered round two with three picks at their disposal, and seemingly decided to draft need-specific, backing away from their typically strict “best player available” draft philosophy. After adding highly-touted Washington cornerback Marcus Peters...
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Did Andy Reid sabotage Chip Kelly's draft plans?

The more we learn about the efforts of Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles to trade up and land Marcus Mariota last night, the weirder the story gets. Now it sounds like Kelly’s predecessor Andy Reid may have been the key guy to nixing the whole thing… AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: Five players still on the board who will be better than most first rounders First and...
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Reid: Marcus Peters would've gone top 10 without off-field drama

Andy Reid thinks the Chiefs got themselves a steal in Round One. Save for a few well-documented issues in college and a dismissal from the Washington Huskies, Reid and the Chiefs think Marcus Peters would've gone much higher in round one. “I think you probably would have said he would have been a top-10 draft pick had that not occurred," Reid said. But it did occur, and Peters...
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Andy Reid reportedly discouraged the Titans from trading pick to Eagles

  View image | The year was 1999 and the Philadelphia Eagles held number two pick overall.  The Cleveland Browns held the first overall pick and were going to draft quarterback Tim Couch.  So the Eagles and head coach Andy Reid seemingly had the option of drafting running back Ricky Williams or quarterback Donovan McNabb.  Reid, despite some controversy, drafted...
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Andy Reid's insight helped the Titans keep the pick

Andy Reid is affecting the Philadelphia Eagles once again. Long removed from his days as head coach, he's no longer hurting the team on the field with poor clock management. Instead, it was Reid's advice to Tennessee Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt that may have sold the Titans on staying at No. 2 overall and selecting Marcus Mariota. Whisenhunt discussed his draft day conversation...
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Chiefs draft CB Marcus Peters with the No. 18 pick

Cary Edmondson – USA TODAY Sports The Kansas City Chiefs drafted cornerback Marcus Peters from Washington with the No. 18 overall pick in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft on Thursday. Peters was suspended one game in 2014 for a sideline tantrum that followed personal foul penalty.  He was later dismissed from the team over multiple run-ins with the coaching staff. But...
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Chiefs War Room Big Board - Draft Science 2015 Finale

Here we are at Part Four of this year’s Draft Science. Welcome to the War room. Have a seat and open your ears. No draft unfolds perfectly. Adapting to the selections prior to the Chiefs will make the difference between a passable draft and one that propels the team forward.Impact Pass CatchersThe most talked about position of need for the Chiefs is wide receiver. The class is...
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Four potential draft day surprises for the Kansas City Chiefs

After months of anticipation, draft day is officially upon us. In just a few short hours, every ounce of speculation will be put to rest, and hundreds upon hundreds of young players’ dreams will transform into realities. Year in and year out, every NFL Draft comes with it’s fair share of surprises. In a class that is rich in dominant edge rushers, incredibly deep at wide receiver...
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Kansas City Chiefs 2015 schedule

The Kansas City Chiefs begin their 2015 season on the road as the club travels to Houston to face the Texans on Sept. 13. The Chiefs will be featured in three primetime television games, including two back-to-back contests in Weeks Two and Three. The Chiefs will face the Denver Broncos on Thursday Night Football on Sept. 17, followed by a visit to Green Bay to take on the Packers...
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April 22, 2015  |  Discuss

No shock: Chiefs' Houston skips report date for offseason program

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Kansas City Chiefs reported for the start of their offseason program Monday. Well, most of them did. The most notable absence was All-Pro linebacker Justin Houston, who was given the franchise tag after a record-setting sack season. Houston still has not signed his tender as the Chiefs and his representatives try to reach an agreement on a long-term deal....
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April 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Is Chip Kelly expecting too much from Josh Huff?

Before NFL Free Agency kicked off, many Philadelphia Eagles fans thought that Jeremy Maclin would stick around for a few more years. Then the news finally broke that Maclin was going to be playing with Andy Reid and the Chiefs, leaving a big void to fill at wide receiver. With Maclin gone, that makes it two stud wide receivers that the Eagles have lost in two offseasons… AROUND...
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Why De’Anthony Thomas is the new Dante Hall

Chiefs’ return man De’Anthony Thomas celebrating a touchdown Watching rookie speedster De’Anthony Thomas for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2014 reminded me of a previous Chiefs outstanding speed-man. Dante Hall dominated the punt and kick return in the NFL for a four or five year period. Thomas showed signs of being that dynamic return man that punters and kickers try to avoid...
April 06, 2015  |  Discuss
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