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By Josh Alper

The Raiders parted ways with wide receiver James Jones in May after one year with the team and we haven’t heard much about the receiver drawing interest around the league since then. Jones is trying to change that. He spoke to Josina Anderson of ESPN and said that the Seahawks, Giants and Chiefs all made…
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By brdempsey69

The reason I’m asking is it seems like starting with the Alex Smith trade, they have been in a steady decline. Consider this:

-HC Jim Harbaugh is gone.
-Aldon Smith has been almost non-existent the past two seasons.
-Justin Smith has retired.
-Patrick Willis has retired.
-Guard Mike Iupati has left via FA and went to Arizona
-Guard Alex Boone is skipping voluntary practices.
-The two 2nd round picks they got from KC (Tank Carradine and Carlos Hyde) are still unestablished.

And now — Top 2010 draft pick, Tackle Anthony Davis (selected 11th overall), has decided to retire because of an injury suffered last season (he’s only 25 Read more…

By Curtis Crabtree

De’Anthony Thomas served as a return specialist and part-time running back as a rookie last season for the Kansas City Chiefs. However, Thomas was more effective coming out of the backfield as a receiver than he was in the running game. With that in mind, the Chiefs have decided to move Thomas to wide receiver…
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By Chiefs4life24

full-time from RB to WR

Kevin Patra
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De’Anthony Thomas made the move from the running back room to the wide receiver room this offseason.

After spending his rookie season working with the Kansas City Chiefs’ tailbacks in practice and meeting rooms, Thomas has spent his time this offseason with the receivers both on and off the field, ESPN’s Adam Teicher reported.

The move is an acknowledgment of Thomas’ limitations in the backfield.

“It makes me more valuable to the offense,” he said. “It lets defenses look for me, see where I’m at on the field. It just gives them Read more…

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