Mayock: Phil Taylor’s Range Between 21-32

Of all the prospects potentially available to the Kansas City Chiefs in the first round in next month’s draft, Baylor’s Phil Taylor seems to be getting the most reaction from fans.  NFL Network’s Mike Mayock wasn’t always so sure about Taylor’s stock, but now has him coming off the board in the first round, with […]

Feeding The Chiefs Draft Needs

The general consensus is that the Kansas City Chiefs will be looking to fill their needs along the offensive and defensive lines, at wide receiver and opposite Tamba Hali at linebacker in next month’s draft.  With that in mind, Pete Prisco has circled five names that Scott Pioli is likely to target. Gabe Carimi, OT, […]

USC OT Tyron Smith Visiting With Chiefs

If the Kansas City Chiefs decide to address the offensive line with their first round pick, they won’t have any shortage of tackles to choose from, even as far down as No. 21.  Just in case they have designs of moving up in the round, NFP reports the Chiefs have scheduled a visit with USC […]

Marty Schottenheimer Explains His UFL Decision

It was widely assumed that former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Marty Schottenheimer was all done with work on the sidelines.  At 67, he could watch his son Brian, offensive coordinator for the New York Jets, and enjoy retirment. Then he decided to become head coach of the Virginia Destroyers of the struggling UFL.  Schottenheimer […]

Jamaal Charles Advances In Madden Cover Race, Not Worried About Curse

Jamaal Charles had the better ranking (6 vs. 11) but there was little hope that the Kansas City Chiefs RB could take down the league’s most popular backup, Denver Broncos QB Tim Tebow.  But that’s what happened on Monday and Charles told ESPN.com he was as shocked as anyone. “Most of the fans voted for […]

Chiefs Safeties The Best In The West

Scouts Inc. is going around the league to break down a position from every division once a week this offseason (they could run out of positions if the lockout goes too long!) and are tackling the AFC West safeties.  With the emergence of Eric Berry last season, it should come as no surprise the Kansas […]

Is Barry Richardson The Answer At Right Tackle?

Until there is a new CBA, the only way for the Kansas City Chiefs to improve their roster will be through the draft.  One position that will no doubt be addressed, no matter what happens with free agency, is offensive tackle.  Did the 2010 starter at right tackle, Barry Richardson, play well enough to be […]

Kansas City Chiefs Named Best ’08 Draft Class

Some of the most important members of the Kansas City Chiefs division winning squad in 2010 joined the team in the 2008 draft.  It was such an impressive class that Sporting News ranks it as the best in the league three years later. The team had 12 selections, and made the most of the team.  […]

Chiefs Awarded Compensatory Draft Choice

The Kansas City Chiefs were one of 23 teams given compensatory draft choices on Friday when they gained a pick at the end of the sixth round, 199th overall. The Chiefs were awarded the additional pick after losing versatile offensive lineman Wade Smith to Houston as an unrestricted free agent last off-season.  Smith started all […]

Chargers Working Out As A Team

There has been talk around Kansas City about some Chiefs players arranging workouts as a team to take place of OTAs, but so far they have been working out individually around the country.  One team in the AFC West has actually started workouts as a team: the San Diego Chargers, with Philip Rivers leading the […]

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