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By Zac Jackson

Offensive tackle Ryan Harris announced his retirement on Friday. Harris, 31, signed with the Steelers last year but was limited to five games in his final season by injury. “With gratitude and clarity I have decided to retire from the NFL,” Harris wrote on Twitter Friday. “I am forever grateful to the teams, teammates, and…
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By Zac Jackson

The Titans and quarterback Matt Cassel have reached a deal to keep Cassel off the free agent market. The Titans prioritized getting Cassel back for a second season as Marcus Mariota’s primary backup. Cassel will be entering his 13th NFL season. With Mariota recovering from a broken leg, Cassel could get plenty of reps with…
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By Josh Alper

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce will spend much of the offseason recovering from surgery. Chiefs coach Andy Reid revealed that Kelce had shoulder surgery recently. Reid said that Kelce “had it cleaned up” and while it wasn’t something he deemed major, he added that the tight end will likely miss time during the team’s offseason…
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs released running back Jamaal Charles on Tuesday and it wasn’t long before people began to wonder if he might have a conversation with the Eagles about continuing his career in Philadelphia. Eagles head coach Doug Pederson ran the offense in Kansas City for three years and Charles picked up 3,304 yards from scrimmage…
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By Chiefs4life24

Report: Chiefs not expected to use franchise tag on Dontari Poe, free agency next?

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by Joel Thorman@ArrowheadPride Mar 1, 2017, 9:26am CST

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Here we go. The next big domino to fall is Dontari Poe(a very big domino). The Kansas City Chiefs are NOT expected to use the franchise tag on him. This according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport who indicates Poe will be hitting free agency.

And Adam Schefter:

Welp. The deadline to use the tag is 3 Read more…

By Josh Alper

The projected salary cap figure for 2017 that’s been bandied about in recent weeks of $168 million wasn’t exactly right, but it’s pretty close. A league official told Judy Battista of NFL Media that the salary cap will actually be set at $167 million for the coming season. That’s a rise of about $12 million…
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