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By Michael David Smith

Eric Fisher has gone from first overall pick to second string, but Chiefs coach Andy Reid says there’s nothing to worry about. Fisher, the top pick in the 2013 NFL draft, has not played well in his first two NFL seasons. So when Fisher opened Organized Team Activities working with the second-string offense, that looked…
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By brdempsey69

There starting LT, Ryan Clady has a torn ACL and may miss the season. Please let’s get things settled somehow with Justin Houston, ASAP.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000494533/article/broncos-ryan-clady-has-torn-acl-may-miss-season

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By Josh Alper

There may not have been much to like about the Chiefs passing game last season, but tight end Travis Kelce certainly qualified as a positive. Kelce caught 67 passes for 862 yards and five touchdowns in 2014, leading the team in all three categories a year after missing all but one game of his rookie season…
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By Chiefs4life24

The first day of Kansas City Chiefs OTAs are in the books, and we already have some interesting news on a bevy of front. After the practice, head coach Andy Reid addressed the media and spoke on a litany of topics ranging from the offensive line to injury updates. Let’s get right down to business with tweets followed by analysis.

I find this to be very interesting. Reid can talk about rotations all he wants, but with Zach Fulton and Paul Fanaika at practice, I would have expected one of them to be in a starting spot. Instead, former (current?) guard Read more…

By Darin Gantt

If you were ever deemed worthy of a first-round pick — even if wrongly so — you’re going to get more chances than other players will. That’s playing out yet again in Dallas. According to Clarence Hill of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, the Cowboys are signing wide receiver A.J. Jenkins, after his tryout with the…
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By brdempsey69

Here are the videos of 1968 and 1969 Chiefs. These two seasons still rate as the finest back-to-back seasons in the Chiefs history.

The 1968 season was a hugely successful season for the team, even though they suffered two blowout losses to the Raiders in the two games played out in Oakland (one in the regular season & one in the Western Division playoff after the regular season ended). The team finished 12-2 in spite of having 5 new starters on Defense and 3 new starters on Offense, as well as injuries to key players like Mike Garrett and Otis Taylor.

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