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By Darin Gantt

The Seahawks got rid of Drew Nowak last week, even though he entered last year as their starting center. So with rosters at 90, you figured someone would pick him up. The Chiefs became that somebody announcing they had signed Nowak along with three players who impressed them sufficiently as tryouts during rookie minicamp. They…
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs saw guard Jeff Allen sign with the Texans as a free agent earlier this offseason and they released Ben Grubbs, leaving some openings on their depth chart at guard heading into the 2016 season. They brought in another player to compete for a chance to fill them on Monday when they claimed Jordan…
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By Mike Florio

The rookie minicamp in Kansas City featured an intriguing local product: The son of Chiefs Hall of Fame linebacker Derrick Thomas. Running back Donnell Alexander participated in the team’s minicamp on a tryout basis. And he matched the arrowheads on his helmet with an arrowhead tattoo on his neck. “I’ve had this for quite a…
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By Mike Florio

Count the Chiefs among the teams who are getting plenty of their rookie draft picks under contract. The Chiefs have announced deals with second-round defensive lineman Chris Jones, fourth-round offensive lineman Parker Ehinger, fourth-round receiver Demarcus Robinson, fifth-round quarterback Kevin Hogan, sixth-round defensive back D.J. White, and sixth-round linebacker Dadi Nicholas. The Chiefs also have added seven…
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By Chiefs4life24

Kansas City Chiefs cut Fred Williams after drafting a receiver

By Joel Thorman ? @JoelThorman on May 4, 2016, 4:37p

The 2016 NFL Draft was apparently not good for WR Fred Williams. The Kansas City Chiefshave announced they have cut Williams.
He was on the bottom of the Chiefs roster but he did have a good preseason last year so I figured he would stick around for the summer. It’s getting harder to make the Chiefs roster though. They have a lot of good players and they’re slowly increasing the talent level, Read more…

By Mike Florio

The Chiefs traded out of round one last Thursday night, landing instead at the sixth spot in round two. And with that pick, the Chiefs selected Mississippi State defensive tackle Chris Jones. Six days later, Jones has a contract. Per a league source, Jones has agreed to terms. He becomes the highest non-first-round pick to date…
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