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QB Alex Smith on first day of minicamp: 'Some good, some bad'
kansascity.com Updated Apr 16, 2013
Not everything was as perfect for quarterback Alex Smith Tuesday as the Chiefs began a three-day minicamp, but all things considered, Smith, in his first time throwing in a practice setting to any of the Chiefs receivers, will take it.Share Tweet
ESPN.com Apr 16, 2013Alex Smith threw passes to Dwayne Bowe and Jon Baldwin. Jamaal Charles took handoffs and sprinted through the line of scrimmage. The Kansas City Chiefs' defense did everything it could to stop them short of making the tackle.Share TweetIf Jon Gruden was making the No. 1 pick for the Kansas City Chiefs in next week’s NFL draft, his choice would be the player who is currently expected to be the choice -- Texas A&M left tackle Luke Joeckel. Gruden explained in an ESPN conference call hisShare Tweet
Meet the 23 players slated to attend opening round of NFL Draftkansascity.com Apr 16, 2013The list of players hoping to be selected in the first round of the draft -- and brave (or confident enough to attend next week) -- stands at 23.Share Tweet
State of the Franchise: Kansas City ChiefsApr 16Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson joins "NFL Total Access" to discuss Kansas City's outlook for the 2013 season.
Should the Kansas City Chiefs draft Eric Fisher or Luke Joeckel?Apr 16The Kansas City Chiefs are rumored to be drafting an offensive tackle with the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft. Will it be Luke Joeckel or Eric Fisher?
Peter King: Even in wake of tragedy, we can't change who we are; mailApr 16Monday, and Boston, struck us all in different ways. I thought of the nearly three years my wife and I called Boston home, of the sights and local businesses we frequented in the area, and the people that worked there. The Marathon Sports store, at the …
Don Banks: In head vs. arm quarterback debate, the jury's still out on Bra…Apr 16Maybe it's all still Ryan Leaf's fault. But the specter of the Leaf debacle in San Diego, which launched 15 years ago this spring, dramatically crystallized the arm versus head debate that's such a critical component of every quarterback evaluation in t…