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By Mike Florio

Despite today’s news of his ouster in Kansas City, there’s a chance John Dorsey will be landing on his feet, sooner than later. In January, Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel dubbed Dorsey, a former Packers executive, as the “best bet” to succeed Ted Thompson as the General Manager in Green Bay. The more…
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By Josh Alper

The Raiders signed their quarterback to a contract extension on Thursday and one of their AFC rivals has done the same with their head coach. The Chiefs announced that they have reached agreement on a new deal with Andy Reid, who was in the fifth and final year of his current contract. There were no…
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By Michael David Smith

In a surprise announcement at what is ordinarily the slowest time of the year in the NFL, the Chiefs have fired General Manager John Dorsey. The Chiefs issued a statement saying Dorsey is out. “I notified John that we would not be extending his contract beyond the 2017 season, and after consideration, we felt it…
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By Michael David Smith

Former Patriots and Chiefs offensive lineman Ryan O’Callaghan didn’t come out when he was an active player. But he’s sure that if a player does, he’ll be accepted. O’Callaghan, who revealed this week that he’s gay, said on the Dan Patrick Show that he has no doubt that in this day and age, gay players…
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By Darin Gantt

If Jeremy Maclin looked like he was a step slow last year, there may have been a reason. The Ravens wide receiver said during Adam Schefter of ESPN’s podcast that he played last season with a torn groin. Maclin missed four games because of the problem, and his production was obviously down from the year…
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By Mike Florio

Jamaal Charles is gone. So is Jeremy Maclin. Alex Smith may be, sooner than later. So where will the leadership come from in Kansas City? One person ready to take the reins will be running back Spencer Ware. “There’s a lot of responsibility as far as showing leadership out here on the field and off…
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By Darin Gantt

For years, Ryan O’Callaghan worried what people would say. By the time he said it, the fact he was keeping his true problems a secret nearly led to his death. The former Chiefs and Patriots offensive lineman can say it now — he’s gay. And he’s far from the first former NFL player to say…
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