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By Michael David Smith

Despite the Cardinals’ insistence that Patrick Peterson will remain in Arizona, talk that he could be traded has not gone away. The Arizona Republic published a roundup of the rumors, which include former NFL player Antonio Bryant continuing his Twitter campaign that Peterson will be traded to the Chiefs. Bryant’s track record is not impressive. [more] Read more…

By Charean Williams

Safety Juan Thornhill signed his four-year rookie contract with the Chiefs, the second-round pick announced on social media. The Chiefs already announced deals with second-round receiver Mecole Hardman, sixth-round defensive back Rashad Fenton, sixth-round running back Darwin Thompson and seventh-round guard Nick Allegretti, leaving only third-round defensive lineman Khalen Saunders unsigned. Thornhill is expected to [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

The Colts added former Chiefs pass rusher Justin Houston earlier this offseason and they signed one of his teammates from Kansas City on Tuesday. The team announced that they have signed 2016 sixth-round pick Dadi Nicolas to their 90-man roster. Cornerback Jamal Peters was waived with an injury settlement in a corresponding move. Nicolas played [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

EJ Manuel‘s bid for a spot on the Chiefs roster has come to an end. The choice to end that bid was made by Manuel rather than the team. Field Yates of ESPN reports that Manuel has decided to retire from the NFL. Buffalo made Manuel the 16th overall pick of the 2013 draft and [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

Former Chiefs head coach and longtime NFL assistant coach Gunther Cunningham has died. Cunningham died on Saturday after a brief illness. He was 72 years old and is survived by his wife, children and grandson among other family members and loved ones. Cunningham was born in Germany and grew up in California before going to [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

Wide receiver Sammie Coates‘ stay in Kansas City came to an end on Friday. Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Chiefs have released Coates. He signed with the team in February after spending most of last season with the Texans. Coates played 12 games for the Texans, but only saw 37 offensive snaps and [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

Rams coach Sean McVay recently admitted to working hard but not working smart when preparing to face Patriots coach Bill Belichick. Facing the best coach in the history of football (and perhaps organized sports) can do that to an opponent. Belichick is simply hard to beat, for a variety of reasons. He’s brilliant. He’s focused. [more] Read more…