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Blogger Blitz: Chiefs to keep free agents?
ESPN.com Updated Feb 12, 2013
The Kansas City Chiefs have big decisions to make in free agency beginning with receiver Dwayne Bowe and left tackle Branden Albert. I expect them to make an attempt to keep both as they begin a new regime. New coach Andy Reid and new general manager Jo…Share Tweet
USA Today reports that free-agent defensive tackle Chris Canty has completed his visit to the Chiefs and will now contemplate his options between Kansas City and the Tennessee Titans. Canty was cut by the New York Giants last week. Canty, 30, is an eigh…Share Tweet
Rookie QBs get the memoIt appears the 2013 rookie quarterback class has become a buyer’s market. Thus, none of the incoming rookies believe they are in a position of strength as the draft evaluation process begins in earnest. There have been reports in the past two days thatShare TweetThere have been reports that Minnesota may look to trade receiver Percy Harvin. He is sure to garner interest because he is an explosive player. But there are also contract and character concerns that could make teams hesitant to trade for Harvin. Let’sShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Feb 12, 2013During Monday’s edition of Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network, we pointed out that the new contract signed by Eagles quarterback Mike Vick could provide the template for a contract that could be offered to Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer. It alsoShare TweetHere are some developments that occurred in the AFC West on Monday while I was away: I found it mildly intriguing that the Chiefs signed receiver Mardy Gilyard. A good college player, Gilyard hasn’t done much in the NFL. But he was with Andy Reid in PhiShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Feb 12, 2013The decision by the Raiders to take 11,000 seats out of commission led one San Diego writer to wonder if the Chargers would consider the same thing to reduce their seating capacity and cut down on blackouts. Tom Krasovic of the San Diego Union-Tribune r…Share Tweet