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Chiefs tab pistol offense guru Ault to consult

The Kansas City Chiefs couldn't have found a better source for help in implementing -- and maybe even defending -- the pistol offensive system sweeping through the NFL.
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  • Chiefs, Raiders make roster moves May 13, 2013
    The Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders both made some roster moves Monday after digesting their rookie minicamps, which were held over the weekend. Kansas City signed several try-out players: defensive lineman Risean Broussard, safety Greg Castillo,…
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  • Chiefs sign rookie RB Knile Davis May 13, 2013
    The Chiefs have signed rookie running back Knile Davis, the club announced Monday. The 5-foot-10, 227-pound Davis was a third-round pick (No. 96 overall) in April. He declared for the draft after his redshirt junior season at Arkansas. The 21-year-old D…
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  • Breaking down Chiefs' key issues as they prepare for offseason practice May 13, 2013
    The offseason practice schedule picks up for the Chiefs starting on Tuesday, when they'll hold the first of three full-squad sessions this week. The Star's Adam Teicher breaks down some of the more important issues they'll need to sort through, includin…
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  • Andy Reid sells off Eagles gear for charity in enormous garage sale May 13, 2013
    If Andy Reid ever goes back to the Philadelphia Eagles for any reason, he's going to have to buy his swag all over again. Reid, who coached the Eagles from 1999 through 2012 and now does the same for the Kansas City Chiefs, held a memorabilia sale at Ha…
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  • Bray hoping to 'move forward' with Chiefs May 13, 2013
    Tyler Bray believes that every rookie has something to prove.
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  • Video - Pistol offense moves to Kansas City 01:08

    Pistol offense moves to Kansas City

    May 13
    The Chiefs hire former Nevada head football coach Chris Ault as a consultant. Find out how this will affect the game plan in Kansas City.