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By Mike Florio

The Chiefs have made a significant investment in rookie quarterback Patrick Mahomes. But they still plan, at least for now, to entrust the starting job to veteran Alex Smith. And they hope that Smith will be willing to help tutor the man who eventually will take over. “The thing you know about our team, and…
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By Mike Florio

For quarterbacks attempting to make the transition from college to the pros, one of the biggest challenges comes from learning the far more convoluted offenses of the NFL. For Chiefs rookie Patrick Mahomes, the transition began over the weekend, with the team’s rookie minicamp. “It’s definitely learning,” Mahomes told reporters, via quotes distributed by the…
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By Mike Florio

Tucked at the bottom of the announcement regarding the Chiefs’ 12 undrafted free-agent acquisitions and their three signed draft picks is this intriguing tidbit: The Chiefs claimed running back Kelvin Taylor on waivers from the Seahawks. Taylor, the son of former NFL running back Fred Taylor, joins a depth chart that includes Spencer Ware, Charcandrick…
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By Mike Florio

With their rookie minicamp launching on Saturday, three of the Chiefs’ draft picks have contracts in place. The team announced on Saturday that fourth-round receiver Jehu Chesson, fifth-round linebacker Ukeme Eligwe, and sixth-round defensive back Leon McQuay III have agreed to terms. The Chiefs also added a dozen undrafted free agents: tackle Corin Brooks, safety…
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By Mike Florio

Defensive lineman Jaye Howard recently left Chicago with a plan to pursue other opportunities. He quickly decided that his best opportunity was with the Bears. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the former Chief has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Bears. Cut last month with a failed physical designation,…
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By brdempsey69

Hit this link here:

http://www.chiefs.com/news/article-6…8-c12e5cf89ca9

Scroll towards the bottom of the page and click on the Twitter video by Jared Tokarz and watch what Kpassagnon does to O-Lineman Forrest Lamp (who, incidentally, was drafted by the Chargers) at the Senior Bowl practice.

Kpassagnon just destroys Lamp and throws him around like a rag-doll & demonstrates that even though he’s 6 feet-7 inches in height, that he knows how to get low and use leverage to beat the blocker in front of him.

I like what I see & I believe the Chiefs made the right choice here and drafted a very Read more…