kansascity.com Updated Apr 19 (yesterday)
In recent weeks, it appears the talk of the teams at the top of the draft passing on top quarterbacks has intensified to the point the Chiefs may need to be prepared for at least one of them to fall to the No. 23 pick in the first round. But the Chiefs …Upvote Share Tweet
Running backs in draft could be hurt as teams place less value on positionkansascity.com 5 hours agoVeteran runners aren't getting big bucks in free-agency, and those in 2014 NFL Draft will get less guaranteed money the lower they are selected. The financial realities of the situation means that it behooves college running backs to get into the league…Upvote Share Tweet
The Star's NFL mock draft 3.0kansascity.com Apr 19 (yesterday)Chiefs beat writer Terez A. Paylor makes his third projection for the first round of the NFL Draft, which is set for May 8-10.Upvote Share Tweet
Another look at the Chiefs' 2013 draftESPN.com Apr 18 (3 days ago)The Kansas City Chiefs drafted last year for the first time with John Dorsey as their general manager and Andy Reid as their head coach. This will be a much different draft for the Chiefs, who had four of the top 99 picks last year. They have just one o…Upvote Share Tweet
Analysts see Chiefs drafting wide receiver with first pickkansascity.com Apr 17 (3 days ago)It seems more and more draft analysts these days are predicting the Chiefs will take a receiver in the first round of the NFL Draft, and really, that makes a lot of sense to NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah.Upvote Share TweetChiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe, who was arrested in November for marijuana possession, has paid a fine and pleaded guilty to amended charges to resolve the matter. Bowe pleaded guilty today to defective equipment and littering and paid $610 in fines. “Like…Upvote Share Tweetkansascity.com Apr 13The 2014 NFL Draft will take place May 8-10. Here is The Star's second projection of the first round. You can find the first version here.Upvote Share Tweet
Time is right for Chiefs to trade Eric Berrykansascity.com Apr 12The Chiefs should trade Eric Berry. There, let that sit for a moment. The NFL is a cold business, and sometimes the truth hurts, so let's just get into it. There is no room for sentimental value here.Upvote Share Tweet
Chiefs should be happy with this draftESPN.com Apr 11For those with ESPN Insider access, Steve Muench has some suggestions for the Kansas City Chiefs and their three top picks in this year's draft. Muench suggests Indiana wide receiver Cody Latimer for the Chiefs in the first round. They have no more pres…Upvote Share Tweet
Dwayne Bowe's attorney files motion to suppress evidence in marijuana casekansascity.com Apr 11An attorney for Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe filed a motion Friday to suppress evidence related to Bowe's arrest in November for allegedly speeding and possessing more than 10 grams of marijuana.Upvote Share Tweet
Mel Kiper talks return specialistsESPN.com Apr 11After losing Dexter McCluster and Quintin Demps to free agency, look for the Kansas City Chiefs to draft at least one player with kickoff and punt return skills. The Chiefs had one of the best return games in the league last season, but only Knile Davis…Upvote Share TweetThe National Football League's 2014 preseason schedule released Wednesday includes a spotlight game for the Chiefs. After a home date against the Cincinnati Bengals to open the preseason -- the date of which has not been determined -- the Chiefs' second…Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Apr 7The notion of building a team though the NFL draft and using free agency as a mere supplemental tool is a proven one. The NFL teams that have been successful over long periods during the free-agency era have generally used this method. But it puts a lot…Upvote Share Tweetkansascity.com Apr 5The first round of the NFL Draft is May 8. Here is a look at the projected picks.Upvote Share Tweet
Eric Fisher would be no prize in 2014 draftESPN.com Apr 4After months of research, the Kansas City Chiefs determined around this time last year they would make an offensive tackle, Eric Fisher of Central Michigan, the first pick in the NFL draft. While the Chiefs smiled and seemed pleased with their choice, t…Upvote Share Tweetkansascity.com Apr 3The Chiefs have released their offseason training schedule. They will begin working out on April 21, while rookie minicamp will be held May 24-26. Organized team activities begin on May 27 with the team's mandatory minicamp June 17-19.Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Apr 3The Kansas City Chiefs have set the dates for their offseason program. The conditioning phase will begin April 21. Practice begins May 24 with the start of a three-day rookie camp. Full-squad practices are May 27-29, June 3-5 and June 10-13. Minicamp wi…Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Apr 3The numbers for wide receiver DeSean Jackson's new contract with the Washington Redskins are in. Turns out the Kansas City Chiefs could have given Jackson the identical contract. But Jackson's contract would have been a tight fit under their salary cap …Upvote Share Tweetkansascity.com Apr 2Jadeveon Clowney believes he's the NFL's No. 1 draft pick and says he took a big step toward that goal during South Carolina's pro day workouts Wednesday.Upvote Share TweetInteresting news from safety Danieal Manning that he plans to meet later this week with the Kansas City Chiefs. Manning, who first will visit with the Cincinnati Bengals, was recently released by the Houston Texans after declining to accept a pay cut. T…Upvote Share Tweet
Former Chief Trent Green joins CBS as NFL analystkansascity.com Apr 1CBS Sports has added another former Chiefs star to its stable of analysts. Former Chiefs quarterback Trent Green will join CBS Sports as an NFL game analyst this season, announced Sean McManus, chairman of CBS Sports. Earlier this year, the network hire…Upvote Share Tweet
Jason Fox visits the Chiefsprofootballtalk.com Mar 31With Eric Fisher slated to play left tackle for the Chiefs and Donald Stephenson penciled in on the right side, the Chiefs still need bodies to replace Branden Albert. One of those bodies possibly belongs to Jason Fox. He’ll visit Kansas City on Monday,…Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Mar 31From a purely football standpoint, the Kansas City Chiefs couldn't have found a better wide receiver for their balky passing game than DeSean Jackson. He definitely would have provided life to a group of wide receivers that was last in the NFL in 2013 i…Upvote Share Tweet
NFL.com Draft Do-Over: 2010Apr 10The 2010 draft featured some prominent names, including a couple of big-time tight ends, but what would have happened if the St. Louis Rams selected Ndamukong Suh? Find out.
NFL Nation Buzz: ChiefsApr 10ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher talks about the team addressing its need at wide receiver.
Roster Reset: Kansas City ChiefsApr 7The Kansas City Chiefs have remained quiet so far this offseason -- but what parts of their roster should head coach Andy Reid still be looking to retool? The "NFL Total Access" crew discusses.
Head coach Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs bound to get betterApr 7Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid sits down with Steve Wyche to discuss the heart-breaking exit from the playoffs and expresses his excitement about the team's determination to improve.
Ndamukong Suh's absence bad sign for Detroit LionsApr 17Ndamukong Suh's absence from voluntary workouts is a bigger deal than the Lions are making it out to be, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
Don Banks: Examining the Jadeveon Clowney fallout; more notes ahead of the…Apr 15As mid-April arrives, and we start to really feel the drag of those two extra weeks added to draft season, here are five current stories in the NFL I just don't get ...
‘You’ve Got to Take One’Apr 15RENTON, Wash. — Mike Holmgren has been where so many coaches and team architects are, 23 mornings before the 2014 NFL Draft. He has been wondering where his starting quarterback would come from. So it seemed logical to ask him Monday: Approaching a draf…
Eagles coach Chip Kelly could have rude awakeningApr 14Thriving without DeSean Jackson will be a lot tougher than Eagles coach Chip Kelly seems to realize, writes Jeffri Chadiha.