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By Mike Wilkening

The Saints have added some experienced depth to their offensive line. New Orleans has reached a deal with Mike McGlynn, who started 13 games for Kansas City in 2014, ESPN’s Field Yates reported Wednesday. One of the top available offensive linemen, the 30-year-old McGlynn has made 61 starts in seven NFL seasons and also has…
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By Mike Wilkening

The Chiefs made a handful of roster changes Tuesday, announcing the signing of four players and the waiving three others. Three undrafted rookies were added: Sam Houston tailback Keshawn Hill, Colorado center Daniel Munyer and South Alabama offensive guard Melvin Meegs. Hill (5-9, 211) rushed for 1,150 yards and 18 touchdowns on 195 carries in…
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By Chiefs4life24

The NFL owners have approved rule changes to the extra point on Tuesday at the spring meetings in San Francisco, according to Bob Glauber of Newsday. The proposal that was eventually set forth by the competition committee — the one which moves the extra point try without moving the yard-line for a two-point conversion attempt — is the one that passed.

Currently the line of scrimmage for both the extra point and two-point conversion is at the 2-yard line. Kicking the extra point there — the equivalent of a 20-yard field goal — essentially makes a touchdown worth seven points Read more…

By Chiefs4life24

The Chiefs sign 4 who
participated in rookie minicamp

Running back Keshawn Hill, shown during his college career at Sam Houston State, earned a contract with the CHiefs during his showing in the rooie minicamp.
Running back Keshawn Hill, shown during his college career at Sam Houston State, earned a contract with the CHiefs during his showing in the rooie minicamp. | Laurence Kesterson The Associated Press
BY TEREZ PAYLOR

The conclusion of the Chiefs’ annual rookie minicamp on Monday brought about a flurry of transactions.

On Tuesday, the Chiefs signed four players who tried out this weekend in running back Keshawn Hill, guard Melvin Read more…

By Mike Wilkening

With the draft in the books and the rookie minicamps wrapped up, it was time to revisit PFT’s 2015 All-Unemployed Team. Ten new players have been placed on the team, most notably ex-Raiders wide receiver James Jones, who caught 73 passes in 2014. Should a club need to bolster its receiving corps, he’s the top…
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By Chiefs4life24

Pretty cool story and I know its early but where foes Dorsey finds these kids at, he was turning heads at camp

Former Gardner-Webb receiver Kenny Cook overcame Hodgkin Lymphoma
The only thing more impressive than the plays receiver Kenny Cook made at the Kansas City Chiefs’ rookie minicamp over the past three days was the path he took to be able to make them.

Cook, who was signed as a priority free agent by the Chiefs following the conclusion of the draft, played three years at Gardner-Webb by way of Garden City Community College (Kan.).

Despite playing just three years at Gardner-Webb, Cook Read more…

By Darin Gantt

The Chiefs offered a weekend tryout to a guy with name recognition. Of course, the recognizable name is his dad’s. Via Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs brought in Kentucky tight end Steve Borden Jr. for a tryout. If you missed his four catches for 33 years as a senior, perhaps you noticed that…
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