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By Charean Williams

The Chiefs waived safety Marqueston Huff with a non-football injury designation. Huff, 25, was a fourth-round pick of the Titans in 2014. In three seasons, he has played in 41 games, with one start, making 23 tackles, one interception and one sack. The Titans released Huff during the final 53-player cuts last August, and the…
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By Josh Alper

Linebacker Josh Mauga started 30 games for the Chiefs in 2014 and 2015, but missed all of last season after hurting his hip during training camp. He’ll have another chance to contribute to their defense this year. Mauga’s agent Michael Hoffman announced on Thursday that his client has re-signed with Kansas City and the team…
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By Mike Florio

As teams try to fill stadiums in the days since the death of the shell-game threat known as the local TV blackout, creativity is becoming a requirement. In Kansas City, the Chiefs have adopted a season-long game pass, which guarantees customers a ticket to each of the 10 preseason and regular-season games for a flat…
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By Charean Williams

The Raiders’ signing of Eddie Vanderdoes on Wednesday leaves only nine draft picks unsigned. Oakland has two of the unsigned choices, having yet to get first-rounder Gareon Conley or second-rounder Obi Melifonwu under contract. According to Howard Balzer of The Sports Xchange, who tracks signings, seven of the unsigned picks are first-rounders, including five in…
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By Darin Gantt

After a brief flourish, the former NFL player’s baseball career wasn’t working out so well, and he got cut. Not Tim Tebow, the other one. Former Chiefs cornerback Sanders Commings tweeted out that he had been released last night, after a short stint playing baseball attempt with the Braves organization. “I’m just beginning my career,”…
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By Mike Florio

The weekday PFT Live vacation-time podcast continues, with a Thursday edition locked and loaded for your listening pleasure and/or bemusement. Thursday’s show includes 12 minutes with Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott, who appeared courtesy of the #ReadyRaiseRise effort to raise awareness regarding Immuno-Oncology. The 40-minute tour of the NFL begins with an effort to raise awareness…
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By Mike Florio

Joe Delaney would be 58 years old. But Joe Delaney’s life ended he was 24, exactly 34 years ago today. The Chiefs running back, whose 1,121 rushing yards as a rookie in 1981 helped the team to its first winning season since 1973, died while trying to save three children who were drowning on June…
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