Chiefs add front office member from the Packers
by Joel Thorman@ArrowheadPride May 17, 2017, 8:40pm CDT
The Kansas City Chiefs lost a few members of the front office this offseason so they are starting to replenish. Per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport the Chiefs have added the Packers assistant director of pro personnel.
Eric Edholm, an NFL writer I like, called this an outstanding hire. The Chiefs saw Will Lewis leave this week as their former director of pro personnel. The Green Bay connection is obvious as Dorsey was there his Read more…
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Alex Smith knows it can be an awkward dance. The good news is, he’s heard this song before, so he knows the steps. The Chiefs quarterback admitted it was a little unusual for his team to have traded next year’s first-round pick so they could draft his eventual replacement, but promised to make things as…
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Linebacker Reshard Cliett’s time with the Titans reached its climax on Monday when they dropped him from their roster, but another team was willing to take their place. The Chiefs will be the next team to try to get something out of Cliett. They claimed him off of waivers and added him to their 90-man roster…
Arrowheadlines: Colts get Chiefs assistant (to the) head coach
by Joel Thorman@ArrowheadPride May 13, 2017, 6:04am CDT
Colts officially announce five new additions to their personnel department | Stampede Blue
Childress was an intern and scouting assistant for the Minnesota Vikings for five seasons (2006-2010) and spent the last two seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs as the Senior Assistant to Head Coach Andy Reid.
Also as side news the NFL could vote by the end of this month to reduce Read more…
By Darin Gantt
Exodus may be too strong a word, but the Chiefs are turning over a lot of people in their personnel department. Via Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star, Chiefs director of pro scouting Will Lewis won’t return to the team, and director of football administration Trip MacCracken was not retained by the franchise. The…
Chiefs’ pro scouting, football administration directors won’t return
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BY TEREZ A. PAYLOR
Chiefs director of pro scouting Will Lewis and Trip MacCracken, the team’s director of football administration, were not retained by the franchise, sources confirmed to The Star on Monday.
Lewis, 58, is a former NFL cornerback with more than 20 years of scouting and front-office experience. He spent time in Green Bay as a scout and pro personnel assistant before joining Seattle in 1999, where he served as the club’s director of pro personnel until 2009, Read more…
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