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By Mike Florio

In February, the Chiefs applied the franchise tag to linebacker Justin Houston, who piled up 22 sacks in 2014. The two sides negotiated (unsuccessfully) not long before the tag was imposed. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, no talks have happened since then. Owner Clark Hunt has said that the Chiefs eventually will…
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By Chiefs4life24

2015 NFL mock draft: Mel Kiper goes 3 rounds for the Kansas City Chiefs
By Joel Thorman ? @JoelThorman on Apr 16, 2015, 10:27a 10

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ESPN’s Mel Kiper has a new 2015 NFL mock draft out where he goes three rounds deep with each team. The Kansas City Chiefs have four picks in the top 100 so they have four new players in Kiper’s mock draft.

Here’s how Kiper ended up with the Chiefs:

Round 1 (18) WR Jaelen Strong, Arizona St.
Round 2 (49) LB Stephone Anthony, Clemson
Round 3 (80) S Damarious Randall, Arizona Read more…

By Curtis Crabtree

Tight end Sean McGrath didn’t report to Kansas City Chiefs training camp last year as he elected to retire from football to deal with personal issues. A year later, McGrath is trying to return to his football career. According to Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star, McGrath’s agent, John Owens, said that his…
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By Mike Wilkening

It was the draft where collegiate teammates were selected first and second overall, the draft where the first kicker was taken before the first quarterback. The draft where the best player was taken in Round Six. Yes, it was the 2000 NFL Draft, which kicked off 15 years ago Wednesday in New York. Here are…
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By Josh Alper

Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith was arrested last June for driving under the influence and other charges after he crashed his car in Kansas City and he went to court recently to resolve the matter. The Kansas City Star reports that Smith pleaded guilty to DUI last month and received two years probation as part of a…
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By jap1

For those of you who forgot (I did until I read about it today), Sean Smith got a DUI last offseason. Well he finaly went to court, plead guilty and will receive two years of probation. The standard NFL punishment is a two game suspension, more if possible if there are other circumstances or property damage (he did hit a telephone pole).

I completely forgot/assumed he already served his punishment. Hopefully we don’t have any big games the first couple of weeks and it doesn’t cost us a lot. This also makes me hope that a CB like Trae Waynes drops Read more…