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Chiefs sign tight end Ryan Taylorprofootballtalk.com May 22 (yesterday)The Chiefs have added another tight end to the mix. The NFL’s daily transaction report brings word that Kansas City has signed veteran Ryan Taylor to their roster. Taylor was released by the Dolphins earlier this month. Taylor entered the league as a 20…Share Tweet
Chiefs sign rookie tailback Keshawn Hill, three othersprofootballtalk.com May 19 (4 days ago)The Chiefs made a handful of roster changes Tuesday, announcing the signing of four players and the waiving three others. Three undrafted rookies were added: Sam Houston tailback Keshawn Hill, Colorado center Daniel Munyer and South Alabama offensive gu…Share Tweet
Chiefs to practice without Marcus Peters, Steven Nelson for nowESPN.com May 19 (5 days ago)Chiefs to practice without Marcus Peters, Steven Nelson for nowShare Tweet
Andy Reid: Chiefs may go to camp with three healthy quarterbacksESPN.com May 18 (5 days ago)Andy Reid: Chiefs may go to camp with three healthy quarterbacksShare TweetAthleticism can run in a family. Just ask Steven Borden Jr., a tight end trying out for the Kansas City Chiefs. Borden Jr., who played collegiately at Kentucky, is the son of Steven Borden Sr. If the name isn’t ringing any bells, just watch this: That’s…Share Tweet
Chiefs' Mitch Morse wastes no time trying to adjust back to centerESPN.com May 17 (7 days ago)Chiefs' Mitch Morse wastes no time trying to adjust back to centerShare Tweet
Bo Wallace among four QBs trying out for Chiefsprofootballtalk.com May 16An Southeastern Conference starting quarterback is one of four rookie passers trying out for Kansas City at the club’s weekend minicamp. Bo Wallace, the starter at Ole Miss the last three seasons, is taking part in the Chiefs’ rookie minicamp, according…Share Tweet
Hall of Famer Bobby Bell gets his degree at age 74profootballtalk.com May 16Hall of Fame defensive lineman Bobby Bell isn’t taking it easy in retirement. At age 74, he spent this semester finishing up his final classes to get his college degree. Bell, who hadn’t graduated when the Chiefs took him out of the University of Minnes…Share Tweet
Chiefs sign first-round cornerback Marcus Petersprofootballtalk.com May 15The Chiefs are taking care of business before the weekend, and now have their entire draft class signed. The team announced they had signed first-rounder Marcus Peters, second-rounder Chris Conley and third-rounder Steven Nelson, clearing up their nine-…Share Tweet
Chiefs sign third-round pick Chris Conleyprofootballtalk.com May 14One of the fastest wide receivers at the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine has signed his rookie deal with Kansas City. Georgia’s Chris Conley, whom the Chiefs traded up to select in Round Three, has finalized his four-year contract with the club, per the NFL’s…Share Tweetyahoo.com May 14Former Kansas City Chiefs linebacker/defensive end Bobby Bell had a professional resume that anyone who likes football would envy. He was a two-time All-American and national champion in college. He was a six-time All-Pro and Super Bowl champion in the …Share Tweet
Chiefs sign six draft picks, 10 undrafted free agentsprofootballtalk.com May 12The Chiefs are holding their rookie minicamp this weekend, which means they need some rookies on the roster to take part in the activities. They took care of that on Monday by signing 16 new arrivals. Six of the new arrivals to the roster were drafted b…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com May 10Terrelle Pryor’s NFL career isn’t over just yet. Pryor, who didn’t play at all last season and was cut by the Chiefs last week, has signed with the Bengals. The Bengals brought Pryor in on a tryout basis this weekend, and he apparently did enough to con…Share Tweet
Chiefs cut Terrelle Pryorprofootballtalk.com May 5Terrelle Pryor’s tenure with the Chiefs didn’t last long. Pryor, the former Raiders starter, was cut by the Chiefs today. He’s been with the Chiefs since January. The Raiders spent a third-round pick in the 2011 supplemental draft on Pryor after his con…Share Tweet
Total breakdown: Chiefs draft DT Rakeem Nunez-Roches in sixth roundTotal breakdown: Chiefs draft DT Rakeem Nunez-Roches in sixth roundShare Tweet
Total breakdown: Chiefs draft TE James O'Shaughnessy in fifth roundTotal breakdown: Chiefs draft TE James O'Shaughnessy in fifth roundShare TweetTotal breakdown: Chiefs draft LB D.J. Alexander in fifth roundShare TweetChiefs continue efforts to improve offensive line with selection of Mitch MorseShare TweetTotal breakdown: Chiefs draft CB Steven Nelson in third roundShare TweetESPN.com May 1Total breakdown: Chiefs draft WR Chris Conley in third roundShare TweetWhen the Chiefs picked Marcus Peters with the 18th pick of the first round on Thursday night, there weren’t many people arguing that they took a player who wasn’t talented enough to justify such a lofty position in the draft. There were those who wonder…Share Tweet
Andy Reid helped cost the Eagles another one last weekprofootballtalk.com May 1The guy Chip Kelly replaced as the coach of the Eagles might have helped cost him the guy he wanted most in this draft. According to Peter King of Sports Illustrated, a conversation between Titans coach Ken Whisenhunt and Chiefs coach Andy Reid last wee…Share Tweet
Playing through a tough injuryMay 21In reaction to J.J. Watt sharing a picture of his large thigh bruise, Herm Edwards and Tedy Bruschi recount the worst injury they ever saw a player play through in the NFL.
How do the Chiefs shake out at receiver?May 16ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher talks about the many decisions the team has to make regarding wide receiver.
Chiefs get first look at rookiesMay 8Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher talks about Kansas City's rookie camp, which opens Friday.
QB Pryor cut loose by ChiefsMay 5Tim Hasselbeck discusses whether athletic quarterbacks like Terrelle Pryor would benefit from playing out their college eligibility before moving on to the NFL.
J.J. Watt's bruise continues storied tradition of athletes playing through…May 21The photo of J.J. Watt's bruise is nasty, but imagine playing with torn knee ligaments or a tooth stuck in your arm. Jeffri Chadiha recounts some memorable moments of athletes ignoring injuries.
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Don’t Grow Attached to the NFL’s New PAT RuleMay 20When the time came at the league meetings in San Francisco to discuss changing the extra point, there wasn’t much debate. Insiders say the discussion lasted less than a half hour. In the end the owners were ready for a change in the way the NFL treats t…
Fixing the Most Boring Play in All of SportsMay 19In 1912, eight years before the birth of the professional football association now known as the National Football League, the system of scoring that would serve the pro game was adopted. The touchdown was changed from five to six points, a two-point saf…