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By Josh Alper

Sean McGrath led Chiefs tight ends in receptions last season, but he isn’t going to hold onto that status this season. McGrath has decided to retire from the NFL after two seasons. McGrath, who had 26 catches last season after playing two games for the Seahawks in 2012, is dealing with some personal issues, according…
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By kcvet

Sean McGrath, who led all Chiefs tight ends in receptions in 2013, has elected to retire, coach Andy Reid said Saturday, according to the Kansas City Star.

The 26-year-old McGrath appeared in all 16 games for Kansas City a season ago, catching 26 passes for 302 yards and two touchdowns. The Chiefs claimed him on waivers from Seattle on September 1, and he quickly became a contributor in the Kansas City offense, which had injury issues at tight end.

A Eastern Illinois and Henderson State product, McGrath signed with the Seahawks after the 2012 NFL Draft, and he appeared in two games Read more…

By Seek

Apparently the Chiefs are planning on using Nile Davis a bunch more. So far in camp they have incorporated him in a lot more plays, including plays where both Charles and Davis are in.

The Chiefs may be covering up their lack of Receiver power by implementing two of the best weapons at running back. Both can catch and both can run. Can Davis just learn to hold on to the ball.

Something else to watch in camp. Read more…

By Seek

Apparently Eric Kush bulked up a bunch in the off seasn and is now running with the starters at Center. Rodney Hudson is in his last year of his contract. This may be the answer to will he be resigned. Or maybe will Rodney be moved to guard.

Just an update for those interested. Read more…

By Mike Florio

Omitted from the news regarding the new contract obtained by running back Jamaal Charles from the Chiefs was the amount of the four-year, $28 million contract that is guaranteed. It was possibly omitted because it wasn’t an eye-popping number. Per a league source, only the first year of the deal is guaranteed, which it would…
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By Mike Florio

The Chiefs followed a disastrous 2-14 season with an unlikely trip to the playoffs, followed by an even less likely 38-10 lead at Indy, capped by an even less likely second-half collapse. For Year Two of the Andy Reid/John Dorsey regime much higher than a year ago, the bar moves higher. Possibly, too high. Here…
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