• Entering second offseason under Reid and Dorsey, Chiefs face serious challenges

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Feb 21, 2014
    For all of the success delivered by first-year head coach Andy Reid and general manager John Dorsey, what the Chiefs do in their second offseason will be just as important and much more difficult than what they did in their first. Dorsey also said that 2013 first overall pick Eric Fisher is the team’s right tackle “right now,” but that would likely change if Albert does move on to another team as a free agent. Smith, 29, is coming off the best season of his career after the Chiefs acquired him from San Francisco for two second-round picks. I want to see what they do in our system, whether it’s at the wide receiver slot position, whether it’s in the running back position and still being able to flex out and do some of the things we ask our running backs to do.
    • Q&A with Chiefs GM John Dorsey at the NFL Combine

      Chiefs general manager John Dorsey spoke to reporters Friday at the NFL's Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. Among other things, Dorsey said he currently considers Eric Fisher to be the Chiefs' right tackle, not left.
    • Chiefs' GM Dorsey says team is talking with Branden Albert

      Chiefs general manager John Dorsey spoke publicly about free-agent left tackle Branden Albert on Friday for the first time since a report surfaced last week that the team will not bring him back.
    • John Dorsey: Conversations continue with Branden Albert

      Earlier this month, a report out of Kansas City indicated that the Chiefs have decided to let left tackle Branden Albert walk when free agency opens on March 11. Not surprisingly, Chiefs General Manager John Dorsey wasn’t willing to confirm that when he…
  • Q&A with Chiefs coach Andy Reid at the NFL Combine

    Chiefs coach Andy Reid spoke to reporters Thursday at the NFL's Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. He touched on Jamaal Charles, Eric Fisher and Eric Berry. Here are some of the highlights.

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