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By Mike Florio

A process about which most had forgotten finally came to an end on Monday, when the Chiefs (as expected from the get-go) named Brett Veach their new General Manager. With the big-picture question answered, there’s still one nagging issue about a job search that went largely unnoticed and unscrutinized, even though it played out during…
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By Josh Alper

It didn’t take long for the Chiefs to finalize their deal with Brett Veach. Shortly after a report that the team was close to hiring Veach surfaced on Monday, the team announced that Veach has been hired to succeed John Dorsey as their General Manager. Veach had been the co-director of player personnel. “After a…
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs dismissed John Dorsey as their General Manager last month and it appears the next person to fill that job will be one of Dorsey’s former deputies. Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero of NFL Media report that the team is “finalizing a deal” to make Brett Veach their next General Manager. Veach is currently…
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By Josh Alper

The Raiders made it back to the playoffs for the first time since 2002 last year, but they didn’t end the year as the AFC West champions. That honor went to the Chiefs, who had the same 12-4 record as the Raiders and took the tiebreaker thanks to a pair of wins over their longtime…
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By Mike Florio

Rarely will I mention in this space any TV programming not appearing on the NBC family of networks. This is one of those rare circumstances. Sunday night at 9:00 p.m. ET on ABC, five current NFL players will take on five former NFL players on Celebrity Family Feud. The current players include Steelers running back…
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By Charean Williams

The Chiefs waived safety Marqueston Huff with a non-football injury designation. Huff, 25, was a fourth-round pick of the Titans in 2014. In three seasons, he has played in 41 games, with one start, making 23 tackles, one interception and one sack. The Titans released Huff during the final 53-player cuts last August, and the…
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By Josh Alper

Linebacker Josh Mauga started 30 games for the Chiefs in 2014 and 2015, but missed all of last season after hurting his hip during training camp. He’ll have another chance to contribute to their defense this year. Mauga’s agent Michael Hoffman announced on Thursday that his client has re-signed with Kansas City and the team…
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