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Details on Alex Smith's contract talks with the Kansas City Chiefs

Details on Alex Smith's contract talks with the Kansas City Chiefs

Alex Smith's reps are talking to the KC Chiefs about a new multi-year contract in the $14-17 million per year range, according to a report. We've known since the end of the 2013 NFL season that an extension for Alex Smith was coming because Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt said that the two sides would like to do that. And when the owner wants his quarterback extended, the quarterback is usually extended. What we've been left to wonder is a.) when a contract could get done and b.) how long the extension will be and c.) how much it will pay Smith per year. Mike Florio of Pro Football...

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Kansas City Star 8 hours ago

NFL to release team schedules at 7 p.m. Wednesday

The Chiefs already know what teams they will play in 2014 and where they will play them, but the dates and times of those games will finally become public at 7 p.m. Wednesday, when the league reveals its regular-season schedule.
Kansas City Star 11 hours ago

Chiefs' DeVito wants to add quarterback sacks to his diet

Chiefs defensive end Mike DeVito is still hurting from the sting of the season-ending 45-44 loss at Indianapolis in the playoffs, so he thought about how to prevent such a defeat. The answer was changing his diet. Since the end of the season, DeVito, a 6-foot-3, 305-pounder, embarked on a diet and conditioning program that he hopes will enable him to become agile enough to better rush the passer and contribute more to the defense.

K-State tackle, NFL prospect Cornelius Lucas recovers from foot injury

Kansas State offensive tackle Cornelius Lucas, who didn't participate in the NFL Combine because of a stress fracture in his foot, was given a clean bill of health Monday by a physician. Lucas' agent, Marc Lillibridge, said his client will participate in K-State's pro day April 28.

Chiefs have 'good turnout' on first day of off-season workouts

The Chiefs began the first phase of the voluntary off-season program on Monday. The players, in accordance to the collective bargaining agreement, are allowed to lift weights with the strength and conditioning coaches, and the quarterbacks and receivers are allowed to throw without coaching. The only work with the coaches takes place in the classroom until next month.
Kansas City Star Apr 21, 2014

Chiefs' Dwayne Bowe is a different guy than a year ago

Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe is coming off his worst season, but hiring a personal trainer and nutritionist shows he has gotten the message that he needs to produce up to the level of his huge contract.
Kansas City Star Apr 21, 2014

Chiefs tackle Eric Fisher glad to return to left side

After a rough rookie season at right tackle, let's just say the Chiefs' Eric Fisher happily welcomed the news that he'd be returning to the quarterback's blind side this season.
Topeka Capital-Journal Apr 21, 2014

Chiefs begin offseason workouts after long break

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — More than three frustrating months after their season ended in Indianapolis, the Kansas City Chiefs gathered for the start of offseason workouts on Monday and there was plenty of news for coach Andy Reid to deliver. Second-year pro Eric Fisher, who will slide from right tackle to left tackle, had surgery on his left shoulder and to repair a sports hernia. The Chiefs’ first-round pick a year ago has been rehabbing in Kansas City this offseason and hopes to be ready soon. read more
Topeka Capital-Journal Apr 21, 2014

Chiefs in discussion with Smith reps on extension

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Chiefs are speaking with representatives of quarterback Alex Smith about an extension that would keep him in Kansas City beyond next season. Smith said Monday that his agent, Tom Condon, has been talking with the team about a new contract. Smith is due to make $7.5 million in the final year of a contract signed in 2012, when he was still with the San Francisco 49ers. read more
Kansas City Star Apr 21, 2014

Alex Smith says his agent is working on a contract extension with Chiefs

Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith said on Monday that his agent, Tom Condon, has been in negotiations with the club about a contract extension, and that's the way Smith wants it. Smith, who will earn $7.5 million in 2014, said he has not set a timetable for when he'd like to get a deal done, nor does he feel any insecurity not playing under a long-term contract.
Kansas City Star Apr 19, 2014

Chiefs look to the future at QB

In recent weeks, it appears the talk of the teams at the top of the draft passing on top quarterbacks has intensified to the point the Chiefs may need to be prepared for at least one of them to fall to the No. 23 pick in the first round. But the Chiefs may be more inclined to take a QB in the mid-to-late rounds.
Kansas City Star Apr 19, 2014

The Star's NFL mock draft 3.0

Chiefs beat writer Terez A. Paylor makes his third projection for the first round of the NFL Draft, which is set for May 8-10.
Kansas City Star Apr 19, 2014

What the Chiefs are paying for their players

Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has the highest cap number on the team at $12,000,000. Safety Eric Berry, linebacker Tamba Hali and cornerback Brandon Flowers also are over the $10 million mark.
Kansas City Star Apr 17, 2014

Getting a read on a Reid draft pick

Consensus among analysts seems to be that Chiefs draft a wide receiver with team's first pick in NFL Draft.

Thursday links: Kiper predicts Chiefs will take Marqise Lee in latest mock draft

ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper released his fourth mock draft on Thursday, and for the second time in a row, he predicted the Chiefs will select Southern California receiver Marqise Lee with the 23rd overall pick.

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