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By Charean Williams

The Chiefs will interview Scott Fitterer, the Seahawks co-director of player personnel, today or early tomorrow, according to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network. The Chiefs are in search of a new General Manager after the surprising decision to fire John Dorsey last week. Fitterer, whose emphasis is on college scouting for the Seahawks, interviewed…
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs will reportedly interview a candidate for their General Manager opening on Wednesday. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Titans director of player personnel Ryan Cowden will interview with the team on Wednesday. Chiefs co-director of player personnel Brett Veach is also set to interview for the job. Cowden joined the Titans last…
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By Darin Gantt

Tim Tebow isn’t the only former NFL player giving baseball a shot this summer. Former Chiefs cornerback Sanders Commings, whose football career ended because of injuries, is playing in the Braves farm system. And last night, playing for the Danville Braves, he got his first two professional hits in his second professional start. That gives…
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By Curtis Crabtree

Chiefs outside linebacker Tamba Hali has seen good, and bad, front office management during his 11-year tenure in Kansas City. He played through the final three years of Carl Peterson’s tenure in Kansas City and the rocky four years of Scott Pioli’s run before John Dorsey and Andy Reid took over in 2013. Dorsey and…
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By Chiefs4life24

Fewer commercial breaks, no more refs ‘under the hood’ this year for NFL games

Jay Busbee
Shutdown CornerJune 26, 2017

The days of refs discussing penalties forever could be coming to an end. (Getty)The simple fact that you’re not reading this particular article on a newspaper with your morning coffee is an indication of how much the world’s media habits have changed in the last 15 years. The NFL is a ratings brute, but as last season demonstrated, even it’s not invulnerable to the march of technology. In an effort to keep ahead of the pace of change, the Read more…

By Darin Gantt

The Chiefs have been turned down at least once, but they have one known candidate for their vacant General Manager job. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, they’ll interview internal candidate Brett Veach to replace fired G.M. John Dorsey. Veach has background with coach Andy Reid, which can’t hurt since there’s at least…
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