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Thread: Webnews: Chiefs add Jaye Howard, Chad Hall, James-Michael Johnson

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    By Mike Wilkening
    The Chiefs currently have priority on claiming any player they choose on waivers. They have made use of that of that privilege. For starters, they were awarded former Seahawks defensive lineman Jaye Howard on waivers, as PFT reported Sunday. Also, according to ESPN contributor Adam Caplan, the club added former 49ers wide receiver Chad Hall… Read more…

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    Yes kcchiefs.com its all on there

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    Chad Hall is apparently a better version of Devon Wylie. Plays slot which makes me think about those DMC rumors last week. I'm the most excited about Jaye Howard. Could be an elite talent on the D-line if the Chiefs can get him to perform like a professional.
    Last edited by texaschief; 09-02-2013 at 04:42 PM.

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