This is the May 16, 2013 news archive. View today's Chiefs rumors and news.
Albert situation major test for new Chiefs regime
Branden Albert is standing tall, a 6-foot-5 and 316-pound giant, the most confident and sure face he can muster telling you that whatever problems he might have had with the Chiefs are in the past. He very much wants you to believe this. He very much wa…Upvote Share Tweet
Chat wrap: How good are Chiefs' DBs?ESPN.com Updated May 16, 2013We had some serious technical difficulties, but we made it through our AFC West chat Thursday. Here are some highlights: Denver Kevin from KC: Is it possible for D. Thomas, W. Welker and E. Decker to all get 1000 yards this season? Bill Williamson: It m…Upvote Share TweetThe Kansas City Chiefs announced several additions to their front office. The moves were expected as part of the new regime. The team added former Seattle executive Will Lewis as director of pro scouting. He has a history with Kansas City general manage…Upvote Share Tweet
Chiefs put emphasis on blitz during first week of offseason practiceIf there's one thing evident from the first week of Chiefs offseason practice, it's that new defensive coordinator Bob Sutton plans a pressure defense.Upvote Share TweetThe Chiefs are working to develop one or more receivers capable of helping Dwayne Bowe (center) boost their passing game. Jon Baldwin is the other starter with Bowe and leads the list of candidates, but hasn't yet emerged as the dominant offseason playe…Upvote Share Tweet
Chiefs sign K-State's WilsonThe Chiefs have signed fullback Braden Wilson of Kansas State, the second of the team's two sixth-round draft picks. Wilson is the fourth of Kansas City's eight selections to sign with the club.Upvote Share Tweet