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Random franchise tag thoughts

Random franchise tag thoughts

Some thoughts on what the franchise tag deadline means outside of Kansas City in the AFC West as the Chiefs ruled the day: I’m not surprised that Oakland and San Diego didn’t place the franchise tag on any players. None were worthy of the tag. It will
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  • Albert has no interest in changing positions

    Albert has no interest in changing positions

    profootballtalk.com Mar 4, 2013
    The Chiefs have applied the franchise tag to left tackle Branden Albert.  And Albert says that, moving forward, he fully intends to remain where he has been. “I’ll be playing left tackle,” Albert said Monday, via Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Sta
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  • Breaking down Chiefs' big day

    Breaking down Chiefs' big day

    The Kansas City Chiefs made major news Monday when they agreed to terms with new deals for pending veteran free-agent standouts receiver Dwayne Bowe and punter Dustin Colquitt and gave left tackle Branden Albert the franchise tag. The Chiefs secured the…
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  • Chiefs Extend Colquitt, Give Bowe New Five-Year Deal

    Chiefs Extend Colquitt, Give Bowe New Five-Year Deal

    chiefsgab.com Mar 4, 2013
    The Chiefs Monday made a couple big signings they hope will make the team much better going forward. The first move was the team extending the contract of Pro Bowl punter Dustin Colquitt, giving him a deal worth $18.75 million, including $8.9 million in…
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  • Huge day in Kansas City

    Huge day in Kansas City

    ESPN.com Mar 4, 2013
    The Kansas City Chiefs had three major free agents and in a whirlwind of activity, they secured them all Monday afternoon. The new Kansas City regime ended a long stalemate with receiver Dwayne Bowe by giving him a five-year extension and they also exte…
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  • Does Sharrif Floyd make sense for Chiefs?

    Does Sharrif Floyd make sense for Chiefs?

    ESPN.com Mar 4, 2013
    Perhaps no draft prospect is rising up the NFL draft boards faster than Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd. He is a great athlete, he is coming off a great combine and teams think he can be the next great difference maker on the defensive line. The …
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  • Video - NFL32OT: Flacco And Ravens Get Deal Done 03:02

    NFL32OT: Flacco And Ravens Get Deal Done

    Mar 4
    Episode 281: Suzy Kolber and Ed Werder discuss the impact of Joe Flacco's contract on the Ravens. 49ers Aldon Smith looks ahead to the new season and looks back on the Super Bowl. The NFL32 crew discuss Dwayne Bowe's new contract with the Chiefs.
  • Video - Who will Kansas City Chiefs select with No. 1 overall pick? 04:24

    Who will Kansas City Chiefs select with No. 1 overall pick?

    Mar 4
    The Kansas City Chiefs find themselves with plenty of options with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. The "Path to the Draft" crew debates where the Chiefs go from here.
  • Video - Chiefs Reach Deal With Bowe 03:19

    Chiefs Reach Deal With Bowe

    Mar 4
    The Kansas City Chiefs reached agreement on long-term contracts with receiver Dwayne Bowe and punter Dustin Colquitt on Monday, allowing them to use their franchise tag on left tackle Branden Albert.
  • Video - Key Players Who Could Receive Franchise Tag 01:34

    Key Players Who Could Receive Franchise Tag

    Mar 4
    Adam Schefter talks about WR Dwayne Bowe, who could receive the Chiefs' franchise tag, and discusses the notable players not expected to get tagged.

Sports Columnists

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    Mar 4
    Randy Moss may have been the most talented receiver ever, but he never fully used it, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
  • Peter King: Flacco, Brady on opposite ends of QB contract spectrum

    Mar 4
    I'll get to the news of the week in the never-ending NFL news cycle in a few moments, but let's start with the elephant in the room in the wake of the Tom Brady contract. A majority of you seem skeptical (and that's putting it mildly) that Brady did a g…