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By Charean Williams

The Saints agreed to terms with veteran long snapper Thomas Gafford, according to Herbie Teope of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. They will waive long snapper Jesse Schmitt. Gafford was among the tryout players the Saints had in camp this week. Gafford, 34, has signed with six other teams in his career. He had a seven-year…
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By Darin Gantt

There were other teams interested in Jeremy Maclin. But the Ravens quickly emerged as the favorite, at least based on Maclin’s gut feeling. “With me coming here and what was already here, I felt like this was a team that could definitely win and definitely build something special,” Maclin said, via Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com.…
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By Mike Florio

Three key Chiefs defensive players opted to stay away for the bulk of the offseason program. With mandatory minicamp now open, they’ve reported for duty — and they met with the media to address their absences. Safety Eric Berry, who finally got a long-term deal earlier this year, explained his decision to work out on…
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By Josh Alper

A trial date has been set for the man charged with shooting and killing former NFL running back Joe McKnight in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana last year. The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that Judge Ellen Kovach of the 24th Judicial District Court set a trial date of August 7 on Monday. Ronald Gasser is charged with second-degree…
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By Chiefs4life24

Chiefs say Justin March is looking like he did his rookie year

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by Joel Thorman@ArrowheadPride Jun 9, 2017, 9:20am CDT

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There’s still hope for Justin March but the Kansas City Chiefs did admit that he wasn’t quite right when he came back last year from his rookie year injury. March had microfracture surgery his rookie (2015) season. He did come back in 2016 but eventually went on IR again with a hand injury. Chiefs LB coach Gary Read more…

By Chiefs4life24

Patrick Mahomes’ mechanics needed fixing. The Chiefs are doing it.

Mahomes 2.0 is coming to an NFL city near you.

By Seth Galina

on June 9, 2017 12:06 pm

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Patrick Mahomes, as you knew him, is dead. The gunslinging quarterback you knew and loved has passed. Let’s take a moment to remember his last throw ever — this run-pass option smoke screen for Texas Tech against Baylor:
Rest in peace. You will be missed.
Patrick Mahomes was really fun to watch. He made daring throws, he hated the pocket, and he threw for a million yards

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