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New Chiefs G Mike McGlynn


"McGlynn was actually benched in favor of Jeff Linkenbach during practice the week of their game against Cincinnati on Dec. 8. McGlynn ended up starting that game because Linkenbach suffered an injury in practice. Slide McGlynn to center, which happened three times because of injuries to Satele, and all is better for him because he plays the position better than Satele. Prediction: The odds are very slim that McGlynn returns. He doesn’t play guard well and he wasn’t good enough for his coach to make him the starting center."

Hammond will likely make the roster and start Week 1


Offseason Report Card-Chiefs


good read, I had forgotten that the NFLn had suggested DAT could see action as a slot CB... doubt he does, but it's an interesting idea

What the Cover 1 is really about with in-game screen shots


Really shows the different variences of the cover 1, and the need for a reliable, athletic free safety. This post also shows how much our secondary comes into play when draft day comes around, Dorsey will most likely be targeting big, incredibly athletic cornerbacks in the middle rounds that have a high ceiling. No matter what happens on draft day, anything will be an improvement over last years crop of starters for the back end. from the fanposts by ThoseGoshDarnChiefs29

Salary Cap detail by position


If this were the only factor, you'd think KC would take an OLineman early, and a WR later? but, of course, this isn't the only factor... interesting to look at though

SS Danieal Manning visiting the Chiefs on Thursday


SiriusXM NFL Radio ‏@SiriusXMNFL 17m Free Agent SS @ManningUp38: I'm heading to Cincinnati today and I will be meeting with Kansas City Thursday. #Bengals #Chiefs

Jason Fox, OT visiting KC


Decent OT, would be a good depth addition for the Chiefs

Meet your new SILB


"It wasn’t just the tackle numbers and where he was making those tackles that impressed. Mays was showing an ability to shoot gaps, win at the point of attack, and was generally causing havoc with his aggressive play. In that Chiefs game, he made life particularly miserable for Ryan Lilja and against the Chargers, he spent the day destroying Jacob Hester in one-on-one battles. It was clear from seeing him in just a quarter of the season that when you got Joe Mays going downhill, he was tough for blockers to handle. To get the full picture, it must be understood that Joe Mays is what he is – a prototypical two down linebacker who shouldn’t be trusted in coverage. "

CBS likes KC this week


"3) Kansas City's front-seven is scary. The Chiefs are ranked in the top-10 in defense, and that's mostly because the pass defense sits at No. 6. But the team's defensive line and linebacker groups make up one of the toughest front-sevens in the league. The improvement by nose tackle Dontari Poe (3.5 sacks) and the strong play by Tyson Jackson and Mike Devito (who are the No. 3 and No. 4-ranked 3-4 defensive ends in the league, according to Pro Football Focus' metrics) have been impressive. Then, you've got linebackers like Tambi Hali, Derrick Johnson and Justin Houston. All of them are dynamic players, and even Akeem Jordan has played well this season. This is a terrifying group, and a group that will stop the Giants offense from doing much of anything Sunday."



#Chiefs TE Moeaki had Shoulder Fracture

Randy Covitz on twitter

Tell us what you really think, Walter...


49ers acquire WR Jon Baldwin from Chiefs for WR A.J. Jenkins The 49ers dealt their turd sandwich to the Chiefs for a diarrhea burrito. Both Jon Baldwin and A.J. Jenkins are terrible receivers who won't be in the league much longer because they just don't care about improving or learning the game of football. I feel like giving both teams Cs is appropriate; they're each getting rid of trash, but taking back garbage in return. Grade for 49ers - C Grade for Chiefs - C

Desmond Bishop


Per multiple reports, Packers ILB Desmond Bishop will be released today. Good player... here is some info on him: link link


Scouting report on new Chief Austen Lane


Gil Brandt "Certain players just have a build that has yet to mature. A guy who has yet to reach his physical peak can be enticing, because it means he has room to develop more body mass and strength. Murray State DL Austen Lane is one such player. At the Racers' pro day, he was 6-foot-6 1/8, 274 pounds, but his frame indicates he could very easily go up to 295 pounds and remain effective. He ran the 40-yard dash in 4.89 and 4.98 seconds, had a 4.44-second short shuttle and did 20 bench-press repetitions at 225 pounds."

Berry on Bray


"That’s my dawg," Berry said. "I know he’s going to come and do great things for the Chiefs. Right now, I can’t really get him out of the hotel because he’s been studying his playbook and watching film, so, he’s pretty much locked in and focused."


8 in the box...


Surprising to see where JC falls on this list... Wonder if there's a conclusion we can draw from the Philly RBs being near the bottom of the league in this category?

Chiefs trade for another Fullback


#Chiefs have indeed traded for Cardinals FB Anthony Sherman.

Adam Teicher ‏@adamteicher on Twitter

5 UDFAs that could stick

There are 30 current veterans on the Chiefs roster that were originally undrafted including Mike DeVito, Akeem Jordan, Chase Daniel, Terrance Copper, Husain Abdullah. I'll take a quick look at the...

the worst of the Sanchize


Not Chiefs related, but good for a laugh... this is what happens when you take a QB in rd 1, just because you have to

Akeem Jordan visiting KC


Some background on him here:

Walter's latest mock


1) Joeckel OT 3) Kiko Alonso ILB 3) Sam Montgomery OLB 4) Barrett Jones C/G 5) Landry Jones, QB ALMOST had to agree w/Walter for once, then he dropped Landry Jones....smh

My Albert Theory


Here's my theory: **KC has a long term contract in the plans for Albert** They are waiting until after the draft for 2 reasons: 1) Smokescreen: IF they lock up Albert, there's no way teams believe they'd draft one of the top OTs 2) Cost: Albert thought he could get 10M+ before FA, but Long and Vollmer's deals set the market at 8M or less. >I think they would be willing to trade him, but they would have to get a huge offer (thus the 2nd rd + another pick rumor) > IF he's not traded by the draft, I bet they sign him to a long term deal, after they trade down from #1 and take a pass rusher.

-stagdsp's obsessive mind

Edgar Jones re-signs with KC


Aaron Wilson ‏@RavensInsider Edgar Jones has reached an agreement to go back to the Kansas City Chiefs

the LS is back in the house?


Thomas Gafford's Chiefs deal is one year, $715,000. Got $10,000 workout bonus

Philly writer makes the case for DRC


good read on a very possible #2 CB for KC

Chiefs reportedly interested in a DE


"I'm hearing DE Jason Jones has drawn interest from several teams, including NYG, DET, CLE and KC." He's a pass-rushing type DT/DE 6'5" 276lbs

Evan Silva's FA predictions


LOVE who he suggests for KC, and the value they'd get... Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie five-year, $25 million Wide receiver Julian Edelman three-year, $6 million Linebacker Brad Jones three-year, $6 million Also suggests Dorsey would only get a 1yr, $2M deal...

FA ILB to keep an eye on


"Also, keep an eye on Dan Skuta. As an RFA last season, Chiefs brought him in for a visit. Fits in at SLB or MLB/great special teams player." link "Skuta has contributed significantly since signing with Bengals as a college free agent in 2009 from NCAA Division II ranks ... In 2012, led special teams in tackles for the second time in three years, logging 17, and had 12 tackles on defense with a pass defensed ... In 2011, started three games as injury replacement for MLB Rey Maualuga ...... Has played in team’s last 53 games (including postseason) ... Also has been used as blocking back on offense in short-yardage situations, though not in ’12." link

New Report indicates Albert IS the Chiefs long term LT


"'s Ian Rapoport reported Thursday that the Chiefs are continuing to work out a long-term deal with the franchise-tagged Albert on the assumption he will be their left tackle of the future. The Chiefs are still interested in drafting a tackle to fill the right side of the line. Andy Reid values right and left tackle similarly, so the line of thinking follows that the Chiefs could draft either Luke Joeckel or Eric Fisher -- the two highest-rated offensive tackles, according to NFl Network draft expert Mike Mayock -- and slide either of them in at right tackle. With the rookie wage scale, the Chiefs could be replacing Winston with a younger, less-expensive player."

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