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By ctchiefsfan

So I’ve been drinking a little whiskey tonight. Uncle Jimmy Beam came to visit. Been thinking about the change in our Chiefs the last 2 years. 2-14 to 11-5 and what should have been a playoff win over the damned Colts, then 9-7 (another winning season) and almost squeaking into the playoffs. Pretty good turnaround. 20-12 over 2 years.

So how did it happen?

I’ll tell you my version.

It’s January of 2013. Our Chiefs have just gone 2-14. Pissoli and Cassel MUST GO! So does whats his name the HC. Our Chiefs are Read more…

By Chiefs4life24

John Dorsey says Chiefs have confidence in Eric Kush and more o-line notes
By Joel Thorman ? @JoelThorman on Mar 18, 2015, 1:58p 92

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Quotes from the Chiefs GM on the state of the offensive line.

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KC Chiefs GM John Dorsey spoke with the KC media on a conference call this afternoon and several topics were on the offensive line (the others were receiver). The Chiefs offensive line could go so many different ways this offseason that I am very interested in this topic.

Here’s what Dorsey had to say…

Who is replacing Rodney Hudson?

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By Josh Alper

The Bears were the only team in the league without a long snapper on their roster when Tuesday started, but they were on their way to remedying that by the time the day was out. Chicago worked out four young long snappers during the day and Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports that the…
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By CabbageHATCHkid

Not typically our thing, I think that could change this year. Im still loving the idea of getting Waynes but know it is a long shot to get him at 18. With Jets getting Revis I think they wont be in for Waynes, if he is still there from 10-12 what would it cost to move up and get him.

Also if we consider moving back in the draft to aquire picks and then have tons of flexibility to move up for targeted players in the 2nd and 3rd rounds, what kind of return would we get if Read more…

By Darin Gantt

The Panthers continued a run of signings which will fail to move the fanbase, which was all hopeful they were going to spend some money this offseason. The team announced they signed unrestricted free agent safety Kurt Coleman from the Chiefs. Coleman spent his first four years with the Eagles, where he worked with Panthers…
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By Mike Wilkening

So who’s left in free agency? Per PFT’s rankings, here are the top 12 unsigned players as of Sunday: 13) Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy. 32) 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree. 40) Ex-Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe. 41) Raiders center Stefen Wisniewski. 44) Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham. 47) Packers cornerback Tramon Williams. 58) Saints…
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