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By Mike Florio

Not since Ryan returned to Scranton and Creed dyed his hair with toner from the copier has there been more anticipation of a youth movement. As explained by Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star, Chiefs G.M. Brett Veach is expected to make dramatic changes to the roster in an effort to make it “younger, [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

When the information robots began to simultaneously declare that the Chiefs had traded quarterback Alex Smith to Washington, the more accurate characterization was that the two teams and Smith had struck tentative deals both to trade Smith and to extend his contract. Even now, more than a week later, either the trade or the contract [more] Read more…

By Josh Alper

Cornerback Darrelle Revis is a free agent once more. The NFL’s daily transaction wire brings word that the Chiefs have released the veteran cornerback. Revis signed with the Chiefs late in the regular season and had a contract for 2018 that called for him to make an $8.8 million roster bonus and $10 million in [more] Read more…

By Michael David Smith

Kansas City has agreed to trade quarterback Alex Smith to Washington. But there’s one quarterback-needy place the Chiefs wouldn’t have considered sending Smith to: Denver. Chiefs owner Clark Hunt told Mike Klis of 9 News in Denver that trading Smith to a division rival wouldn’t have served the Chiefs’ interests. “I think it’s pretty typical [more] Read more…

By Mike Florio

As PFT reported earlier tonight, the Colts were bracing for the possibility of Josh McDaniels not signing the paperwork that would have made him the next head coach of the team. Three candidates are expected to be interviewed in the next 24-48 hours. For now, it’s not known who they are. Possibilities (in our view, [more] Read more…

By Chiefs4life24

The Contracts of Marcus Peters, Tyreek Hill, Chris Jones, Kendall Fuller and Reggie Ragland all expire after the 2019 season. yeesh Read more…

By Josh Alper

The Chiefs announced in late January that assistant head coach Brad Childress informed them that he would not be returning to the team for the 2018 season because he’d opted to retire, but Childress has reportedly reversed course. Adam Caplan of ESPN reports that Childress is expected to take a job with the Bears as [more] Read more…

By Bike

Between developing a new young qb and getting younger on defense, I would say the Chiefs are in full rebuilding mode – yet again.
Not ALL Reid’s fault. Dorsey made a mess out of player contracts.
Not sure who hired Dorsey – Reid or Hunt – but whoever did made a mistake.
Not where I wanted to be in this 5th year of Andy Reid. Read more…