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By Josh Alper

Thursday is going to be another busy day on the PFT Live set on Radio Row in San Francisco. We’re kicking things off with Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota, who will join Mike Florio for a conversation about his rookie season and where he’d like to improve heading into his second season. From there, we’re off…
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs have several impending free agents on their defense this offseason and it looks like safety Eric Berry is one of the ones they want to work on re-signing early in the process. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Chiefs are “ramping up” talks with Berry about an extension. Berry returned to…
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By Josh Alper

Next season is the last covered by the deal tight end Travis Kelce signed with the Chiefs after being drafted, but it he’ll be sticking around Kansas City longer than one more year. The Chiefs announced Friday that they have reached agreement on a contract extension with their 2013 third-round pick. They didn’t offer any details…
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By Zac Jackson

So much drama. So much at stake. So much…filler content. The Pro Bowl draft was held as part of a two-hour TV special Wednesday night. Really. There’s really a Pro Bowl draft. The game is no longer AFC vs. NFC. This year, it’s Team Rice vs. Team Irvin with Jerry Rice and Michael Irvin as…
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By Darin Gantt

Sunday’s Pro Bowl features the best of the NFL’s best. Unless it doesn’t. While some degree of attrition is expected, the current rate is kind of ridiculous. Of the 86 players initially named to the game, we’re already at 33 replacements and counting. A total of 14 players left because they’re involved in the Super Bowl…
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By Darin Gantt

Chiefs coach Andy Reid will be in charge of one of the teams when he gets to Hawaii, and now another of his players is joining him. Via the Kansas City Star, Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson is now going to the Pro Bowl as a replacement for Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly. It’s the fourth trip…
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By Josh Alper

Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola isn’t the only player who drew a fine as a result of a penalty they committed in last weekend’s divisional playoff game. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Chiefs linebacker Dezman Moses drew a $17,363 fine after drawing a roughing the passer penalty in the loss to the Patriots.…
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By Josh Alper

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said that Danny Amendola’s block on Chiefs cornerback Jamell Fleming while Fleming was attempting to down a punt in last Saturday’s game was a “legal play,” but the officials disagreed. Amendola, who opted not to field the punt as the punt returner, was penalized for unnecessary roughness on the play.…
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