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Jamaal Charles excited about his role in Chiefs offense
profootballtalk.com Updated Jun 27, 2013
When the Chiefs hired Chris Ault as a consultant, the feeling was that they would at least be exploring ways to use the pistol formation that Ault popularized while he was the head coach of the University of Nevada. The Chiefs reportedly ran a handful o…Upvote Share Tweet
ESPN.com Jun 27, 2013The Kansas City Chiefs have been connected to free-agent fullback Vonta Leach for as long as he’s been on the market. New Kansas City general manager John Dorsey was the scout who helped bring Leach to Green Bay as an undrafted free agent nine years ago…Upvote Share Tweet
NFL players arrested since the Super Bowlkansascity.com Jun 27, 2013NFL players face a tough, ultra- competitive environment on the field, but that often pales in comparison to the possible pitfalls they can face off it. This week has proven to be a stark reminder of that. Aaron Hernandez has been charged with first-deg…Upvote Share Tweet
Chiefs personnel director delivers pointed message to rookiesprofootballtalk.com Jun 27, 2013The arrests of Aaron Hernandez and Ausar Walcott this week should serve notice to all the rookies attending the league’s rookie symposium this week about the problems NFL players can run into off the field. A message from new Kansas City Chiefs’ directo…Upvote Share Tweet
Jamaal Charles: Andy Reid's system is perfectJun 27Kansas City Chiefs' running back Jamaal Charles sits down with Shaun O'Hara and Willie McGinest to talk about how he's adapting to the pistol offense.
Jamaal Charles: 'I've never been around a coach' like Andy ReidJun 27Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles stops by the NFL Network studios to discuss the revamped Chiefs team and what fans can expect from the team in head coach Andy Reid's first season.
NFL - Tight cap limiting $6 million-a-year playersJun 27A tight salary cap is limiting the number of $6 million-a-year contracts teams can dole out, writes John Clayton.