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By Charean Williams

Branden Albert has the Jaguars he is returning to the team, ESPN’s Adam Caplan first reported. Albert announced his retirement last week after only five days in training camp. Per Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network, Albert met with the Jaguars over the weekend. He did not accompany the team to New England, and Garafolo […]
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By Charean Williams

Cornerback Brandon Flowers will announce his retirement Tuesday, according to Steve Wyche of the NFL Network. Flowers visited the Cardinals two weeks ago, but Arizona signed Tramon Williams instead. He has also received interest from the Patriots and had contact with the Steelers early in free agency. Flowers, 31, finished last season on injured reserve […]
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By Mike Florio

The Kansas City Chiefs have removed the sheet from their initial, unofficial depth chart. And the man for whom they gave up a pair of first-round picks and a third-round pick is listed as a third-stringer. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes sits behind Alex Smith and Tyler Bray. It’s not a shock given the significant adjustment Mahomes […]
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By Darin Gantt

Tyreek Hill surprised the Chiefs, and a lot of people, with everything he was able to do last year. So this year, they’re going to ask him to do a little less. Via Blair Kerkhoff of the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs are trying to streamline things a bit for Hill, making him more of […]
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By Charean Williams

Morten Andersen’s induction into the Hall of Fame was a celebration for specialists. He became the first kicker inducted since Jan Stenerud in 1991. Ray Guy became the first punter enshrined in 2014. “I believe my induction sends a clear message that the position of the specialist is important, relevant and undeniable,” Andersen said. “Hopefully […]
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By Charean Williams

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce missed practice Friday because of swelling in his knee. Chiefs coach Andy Reid, though, was unconcerned. Reid said Kelce has dealt with swelling and soreness in his right knee since undergoing microfracture surgery as a rookie. But in the past three seasons, Kelce has not missed a game. With the […]
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By ctchiefsfan

Got to thinking about Kelce this morning which of course made me think about Tony Gonzales. So I decided to compare some stats. And while I knew Kelce was good I was surprised at how well he compared to Gonzales.

First off, I am going to ignore Kelce’s rookie year as he played in only 1 game, recorded no stats and was put on IR in October. So to be fair I am also not counting TG’s rookie year. So I am thereby comparing TG’s 2cond, 3rd and 4th years to Kelce’s 2cond, 3rd and 4th years.

Durability….TG Read more…