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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.
Kansas City Star Apr 16, 2014

Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe pleads guilty to amended charges in pot case

Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe, who was arrested in November for allegedly speeding and possessing more than 10 grams of marijuana, pleaded guilty Wednesday to amended charges of defective equipment and littering in Riverside Municipal Court. He must pay $550 in fines.

Wednesday links: Chiefs reportedly meet with Georgia QB Aaron Murray

First up, Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray has his pro day today. In a profile of Murray, USA Today's Jim Corbett writes that the Chiefs met with him Tuesday night.

Chiefs make cameo in 'Draft Day' movie

For you movie buffs out there, the Chiefs made a brief appearance in the new Kevin Costner film "Draft Day," which opened in theaters last week. I'll give you a quick, spoiler-free explanation.

Chiefs work out small-college cornerback Keith Lewis

The Chiefs conducted a private on-campus workout with Virginia University of Lynchburg cornerback Keith Lewis on Monday, and apparently it went so well Lewis felt compelled to tweet about it.
Kansas City Star Apr 12, 2014

Time is right for Chiefs to trade Eric Berry

The Chiefs should trade Eric Berry. There, let that sit for a moment. The NFL is a cold business, and sometimes the truth hurts, so let's just get into it. There is no room for sentimental value here.
Kansas City Star Apr 11, 2014

Dwayne Bowe's attorney files motion to suppress evidence in marijuana case

An attorney for Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe filed a motion Friday to suppress evidence related to Bowe's arrest in November for allegedly speeding and possessing more than 10 grams of marijuana.

Nike raises prices for NFL jerseys, but no Chiefs rank among top 25 in sales

NFL jersey's manufactured by Nike, at least the top-end ones, are about to take a hefty hike in price. The reason? Partly the fact that NFL fans have shown they'll pay a pretty penny for their favorite swag, and partly because Nike has a corner on the market.
Kansas City Star Apr 9, 2014

Chiefs to play Bengals, Vikings at home and at Carolina, Green Bay in preseason

The National Football League's 2014 preseason schedule released Wednesday includes a spotlight game for the Chiefs. After a home date against the Cincinnati Bengals to open the preseason -- the date of which has not been determined -- the Chiefs' second preseason game, at Carolina at 7 p.m. Aug. 17, will be nationally televised on Fox.
Kansas City Star Apr 3, 2014

Chiefs announce their offseason training schedule

The Chiefs have released their offseason training schedule. They will begin working out on April 21, while rookie minicamp will be held May 24-26. Organized team activities begin on May 27 with the team's mandatory minicamp June 17-19.

Could the Chiefs have fit DeSean Jackson's deal under the cap?

I know you all are just about sick of hearing about DeSean Jackson. This is it for a while, I promise. But after the terms of leaked out on Tuesday, I received a few questions from readers wondering whether the Chiefs could have fit the star receiver's new three-year, $24 million deal with Washington under the cap.
Kansas City Star Apr 1, 2014

Free-agent safety Danieal Manning to visit Chiefs

In an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio on Tuesday, free-agent safety Danieal Manning said he will be visiting the Chiefs on Thursday after a visit with the Cincinnati Bengals on Tuesday.
Kansas City Star Apr 1, 2014

Former Chief Trent Green joins CBS as NFL analyst

CBS Sports has added another former Chiefs star to its stable of analysts. Former Chiefs quarterback Trent Green will join CBS Sports as an NFL game analyst this season, announced Sean McManus, chairman of CBS Sports. Earlier this year, the network hired former Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez as an analyst for its pregame studio show. And another former Chiefs quarterback, Rich Gannon, is a CBS game analyst.

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