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By Zac Jackson

The neck injury that ended the 2015 season for veteran guard Ben Grubbs is also likely to end his career, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported Monday. The Chiefs released Grubbs in March with a failed physical designation. The injury limited him to seven games last season. Grubbs, 32, started 125 of 129 career games, went…
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By Michael David Smith

Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is doing well enough in rehab from his torn ACL that he might be on the field at Organized Team Activities next week. That’s the word from Chiefs coach Andy Reid, who said “you might see” Charles doing drills on the field. If Charles is on the field next week,…
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs brought a new player to the roster for the final day of OTAs. The team announced Friday that they have signed defensive back Bryce Cheek to the 90-man roster. Safety Peni Vea was waived to make room for Cheek. Cheek went undrafted out of Akron this year. He played both cornerback and safety…
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By KCMASS

I found this gem today. I’m sick, so I have some time on my hands. I consider this team the last of the “Old Guard” It wasn’t a pretty game, just an old-school Raider/Chief bloodbath. I think this was one of the best OL we ever had. Alt, Szott, Grunhard, Baldinger/Graham, Lutz.

Maybe if some of you have a rainy weekend, you can check this out (time permits) I would really like it if some of you younger Chiefs fans (I’m 50) would watch this. It would be great too see the younger crowd understand what we were back in Read more…

By Chiefs4life24

Chiefs Rod Streater likes lining up in the slot with his 6’3 frame
By Joel Thorman ? @JoelThorman on Jun 8, 2016, 8:59a 80

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When Andy Reid first came to Kansas City, a receiver by the name of Junior Hemingway was the Chiefs first slot receiver. That was kind of unique because Hemingway was 230 pounds — pretty big for a slot receiver.

The Chiefs are potentially looking at something similar with Rod Streater, the 6’3 receiver who told the KC media this week that he likes lining up in the slot.

“Like I said before, lining up on Read more…

By Darin Gantt

The Chiefs gave Dezman Moses a few months to look around, but brought him back. The veteran outside linebacker was signed Tuesday, along with safety Peni Vea. To make room for them on the roster, the Chiefs waived defensive back Keith Lewis and linebacker Efe Obada. Moses has shown some flashes as a pass-rusher during his year…
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By Josh Alper

One of the lasting memories of last season’s 27-20 Patriots playoff victory over the Chiefs was how long it took the Chiefs to move down the field late in the fourth quarter with the game still in the balance. It took the Chiefs, who got the ball down 14 points with over six minutes to…
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