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By Mike Wilkening

Chiefs exclusive-rights free agent Josh Martin re-signed with the club on Monday, per the NFL’s personnel notice. A backup outside linebacker, the 23-year-old Martin notched 14 tackles in 14 games for Kansas City in 2014. A Columbia product, Martin (6-3, 245) was one of the Chiefs’ leading special teams tacklers a season ago. He’ll vie…
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By Chiefs4life24

I firmly believe Defense wins championships, now ours is pretty damn good however we do have a few to address

1: we need to extend Sean Smith
2: find D.J.’s replacement in this draft
3: Get a 3rd starting Cornerback
4: We may be forced in getting a replacement for Eric Berry and also i personally think Abdullah is underrated, i think he should come back next year
5: now i do think the offense could get better We need to get a #2 WR in the draft
6: Center should get better in the draft Wieseiniewski seperated his shoulder so that might be why Read more…

By Josh Alper

The draft is quickly approaching, but that’s not the next major milestone on the offseason schedules of the 32 NFL teams. Offseason workout programs will be kicking off as soon as next Monday, marking the first point since the end of last season that players can work with their coaches on the field or in…
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By Josh Alper

Wide receiver/kick returner Brandon Tate visited with the Chiefs this week and the prospect of losing him may have spurred the Bengals into taking action to ensure Tate’s return to the team for the 2015 season. The Bengals announced Wednesday that they have re-signed Tate, who has spent the last four seasons in Cincinnati. “Brandon…
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By Mike Florio

Receiver Dwayne Bowe has said he plans to take his new team, the Browns, to the next level. He also plans to get himself back to an old level. With 13 total receiving touchdowns in four full seasons since catching 15 in 2010, Bowe plans to turn back the clock to an earlier phase of…
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By Chiefs4life24

The Chiefs have the 7th toughest schedule
What you need to know about Chiefs’ 2015 Schedule
Posted 3 hours ago

BJ Kissel
Chiefs Reporter
Email @ChiefsReporter
Based off 2014 records, the Kansas City Chiefs have the seventh-toughest schedule in 2015
According to ESPN Stats and Information, the Kansas City Chiefs’ opponents in 2015 had a combined winning percentage of .545, which is the seventh highest in the NFL.

While the official dates of the schedule will be announced soon, the home and away opponents for the Chiefs have already been decided.

Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, Cleveland Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers, Buffalo Bills, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions (London)
Denver Read more…

By Josh Alper

The Chiefs didn’t get any touchdown catches from their wide receivers in 2014, which left the position as an obvious area to look for help this offseason. Kansas City signed Jeremy Maclin away from the Chiefs and re-signed Jason Avant to continue the veteran’s long relationship with Andy Reid, but that doesn’t appear to have…
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By CabbageHATCHkid

Round 1 Trae Waynes CB Michigan State
Round 2 Devin Smith WR Ohio State
Round 3 Reese Dismukes C Auburn
Round 3 Ben Heeney ILB Kansas
Round 4 Jaquiski Tart S Samford

I like the playmakers we get in these first four rounds. I would sub out Tart for Petty if he was still available. Not sure if Dismukes will last that long but I have seen him slated in a pretty wide range of slots. Might be a little high for Heeney but I like him a lot, similar to everyone else seems like. I think Waynes is an absolute Read more…

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