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Dorsey says Chiefs could draft Joeckel and re-sign Albert

Dorsey says Chiefs could draft Joeckel and re-sign Albert

kansascity.com Updated Feb 23, 2013
General manager John Dorsey said the Chiefs might select Texas A&M's Luke Joeckel with the first pick in the draft even if they re-sign Branden Albert (above), their incumbent left tackle. Dorsey said the Chiefs would draft the highest-rated player …
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  • MU's Richardson attracts Chiefs' interest at combine

    MU's Richardson attracts Chiefs' interest at combine

    kansascity.com Feb 23, 2013
    The Chiefs have the first pick in the draft and prefer defensive ends in their 3-4 system to be taller than Missouri defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson at 6-feet-2. But Richardson said he had a Saturday night meeting scheduled with the Chiefs.
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  • Report: Chiefs, Eagles talk about Nick Foles

    Report: Chiefs, Eagles talk about Nick Foles

    INDIANAPOLIS -- The dance has begun. USA Today reports the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles have talked about a trade involving quarterback Nick Foles. However, the report states the Eagles maintained their public stance that Foles is not …
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  • Morning AFC West notes

    Morning AFC West notes

    ESPN.com Feb 23, 2013
    Yahoo! Sports reports the Chiefs appear to be the most interested team in San Francisco quarterback Alex Smith. Indications are the 49ers plan to trade Smith rather than cut him. I think there is no doubt that Smith is high on the Chiefs’ wish list. U-T
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  • Video - Chiefs Quarterback Options 01:03

    Chiefs Quarterback Options

    Feb 23
    AFC West blogger Bill Williamson talks about what the Chiefs are likely to do about their quarterback situation

Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Composed and honest, Te'o impresses in combine press conference

    Feb 23
    INDIANAPOLIS -- He's had way more than his 15 minutes of infamy since, as he so delicately put it, "January 16th happened,'' but Manti Te'o used his 15-minute session with the NFL media wisely Saturday afternoon at Lucas Oil Stadium.
  • 2013 NFL combine -- Alec Ogletree's issues, Ezekiel Ansah charms and more

    Feb 23
    While the offensive linemen impressed on the field Saturday, defensive players tried to impress the media off of it, writes John Clayton
  • 2013 NFL combine -- Te'o's answers incomplete

    Feb 23
    Manti Te'o's much-anticipated news conference at the NFL combine did little to ramp down the fake girlfriend controversy.