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By Mike Wilkening

The Saints have added some experienced depth to their offensive line. New Orleans has reached a deal with Mike McGlynn, who started 13 games for Kansas City in 2014, ESPN’s Field Yates reported Wednesday. One of the top available offensive linemen, the 30-year-old McGlynn has made 61 starts in seven NFL seasons and also has…
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By Mike Wilkening

The Chiefs made a handful of roster changes Tuesday, announcing the signing of four players and the waiving three others. Three undrafted rookies were added: Sam Houston tailback Keshawn Hill, Colorado center Daniel Munyer and South Alabama offensive guard Melvin Meegs. Hill (5-9, 211) rushed for 1,150 yards and 18 touchdowns on 195 carries in…
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By Mike Wilkening

With the draft in the books and the rookie minicamps wrapped up, it was time to revisit PFT’s 2015 All-Unemployed Team. Ten new players have been placed on the team, most notably ex-Raiders wide receiver James Jones, who caught 73 passes in 2014. Should a club need to bolster its receiving corps, he’s the top…
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By Darin Gantt

The Chiefs offered a weekend tryout to a guy with name recognition. Of course, the recognizable name is his dad’s. Via Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs brought in Kentucky tight end Steve Borden Jr. for a tryout. If you missed his four catches for 33 years as a senior, perhaps you noticed that…
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By Mike Wilkening

An Southeastern Conference starting quarterback is one of four rookie passers trying out for Kansas City at the club’s weekend minicamp. Bo Wallace, the starter at Ole Miss the last three seasons, is taking part in the Chiefs’ rookie minicamp, according to a roster of participants released by the club. Wallace (6-3, 211) completed 229-of-381…
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By Michael David Smith

Hall of Fame defensive lineman Bobby Bell isn’t taking it easy in retirement. At age 74, he spent this semester finishing up his final classes to get his college degree. Bell, who hadn’t graduated when the Chiefs took him out of the University of Minnesota in the second round of the 1963 NFL draft, was…
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By Darin Gantt

The Chiefs are taking care of business before the weekend, and now have their entire draft class signed. The team announced they had signed first-rounder Marcus Peters, second-rounder Chris Conley and third-rounder Steven Nelson, clearing up their nine-man draft class. Peters was one of the top corners in the draft, and his combination of size and…
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