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preseason schedule announced




The Chiefs will play the San Francisco 49ers in game three.





The Kansas City Chiefs’ preseason opponents were officially announced late Wednesday afternoon:
Week 1: August 8-12
Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs
Week 2: August 15-19
Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 3: August 22-25
San Francisco 49ers at Kansas City Chiefs
Week 4: August 30-31
Kansas City Chiefs at Green Bay Packers
Chiefs head coach Andy Reid tends to use Week 3 of the preseason as a dress rehearsal for the starters, and this year that will happen against the San Francisco 49ers.
The Chiefs say dates and times will be announced as soon as they are finalized. All four contests will be aired live on KCTV5.
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Harrison Butker and Justin Hamilton have signed their ERFA tenders. Jordan Lucas signed his RFA tender.

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Rapid reaction: six takeaways from Brett Veach’s pre-draft press conference





The Chiefs general manager addressed the media one last time before the NFL Draft.

Many people were anticipating the schedule release on Wednesday. I was just over here looking forward to Brett Veach’s pre-draft press conference on Thursday.


Thursday’s media availability was the closest we were going to get to Veach’s thought process heading into the most important week for team building of the entire year. He didn’t provide a ton of insight, but there was still plenty to pique my interest.
Here were the six items that caught my attention:
1. The Chiefs are trying to win now
VEACH: “When you draft early on you’re going to want guys to step in right away and play. We expect these guys to come in and contribute and log a lot of snaps with us during the season.”
Veach’s comments seem to indicate they aren’t as focused on players that require more development. His comments make me doubt you’ll see project players like Tanoh Kpassagnon from 2017 but more players they believe they can lean on early.
That could shrink the board and change the approach drastically at certain positions. Know that whoever the Chiefs select next week in the first few rounds, they’re expecting an immediate impact.
2. The Chiefs are maintaining flexibility
VEACH: “Other than quarterback, everything is on the table in the first round.”
The Chiefs sound like a team that is keeping every option available at 29, including interior offensive lineman. I’d prefer they lean toward identifying an impact defensive player with their first pick, but Chiefs fans should be prepared for just about anything on Thursday.
If they are going with more of the best-player-available approach, players like interior offensive lineman Garrett Bradbury could very well be on the table. He’s a perfect fit schematically, whether I’d be thrilled with the value of a center or not.
3. Veach is learning on the fly
VEACH: “For me it’s learning to be passive more so than aggressive.”
Last year, Veach aggressively moved up the board to acquire the players he liked. He sounded Thursday like a GM who reflected on last year’s draft and might have tweaked his approach with new information he learned on the job. He’d go on to say he might need to be more tactical in certain areas.
How he approaches this draft will be fascinating. We all expect those pedal-to-the-metal tendencies because the one-year sample size was so aggressive. Having four top-100 selections will be an interesting study. His overall approach has been making sure players he loves are in the building. Maybe we see a more of a balanced approach from Veach next week.
Veach said they’ve accumulated eight other teams’ draft charts throughout the last few years. They’ve already had dialogue about hypothetical scenarios with teams to start working on framework to maneuver. Keep in mind that doesn’t necessarily mean trading up.
We have a custom Chiefs trade chart based on the history of draft capital trades in the KC Draft Guide that will give us a close valuation of how teams will approach maneuvers around the board.
4. The MVP is getting a new toy

“We want to give Pat another tool because we know how good Pat is.”
Expect the Chiefs to get Patrick Mahomes an offensive weapon somewhere in the draft. That statement and his valuations of the positional strengths off the class indicate what specific kind of weapon they’re targeting is fluid.
It sounds like Andy Reid is drawing up all sorts of plays.


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I wouldn’t be surprised if some of Reid’s schematic thinking has a shopping list attached to it. Some of the concepts Reid may want to introduce could be tied to a player type they wish to add in this draft. Whatever weapon they add, rest assured Reid and company will know how to best utilize it.
VEACH on pass catchers:“I think there is some depth in the second, third, fourth round at tight end and wide receiver. Which would be helpful to us.”
I’d anticipate it being addressed on day two. Sure sounds like that is where he sees the value.
5. Veach anticipates linemen off the board early
VEACH: “I think the offensive and defensive linemen (class) is pretty strong. I think in that first round you’ll see a lot of defensive linemen off the board early. At tackle, four or five guys will go off the board early.”
He’d also go on to talk about the quarterbacks going off the board early as well. These three positions off the board are both a blessing and a curse. Obviously, quarterbacks and offensive linemen off the board early helps, but you would hope there is a chance a defensive lineman could fall into striking distance of the Chiefs if possible. It could be unrealistic they have one in striking distance based on these comments.
It also could explain this...
6. The Chiefs are focused on the secondary
VEACH on Steve Spagnuolo: “He’s a secondary guy. He’s coached all over but at heart he’s a secondary guy. We’ve shared a lot of communication and logged a lot of hours on this safety and corner class.”
He’d also mention the cornerback class is strong in the first, second and third round. Based on his comments, where he sees the positions of strength that will go off the board and the Chiefs’ recent visits, you have to think there is a good chance the Chiefs address secondary in the top 50 picks. I wouldn’t rule out safety, however.
This comment about safeties can be taken a few ways:
VEACH: “I think the linebacker and safety class is a little thin if I’m being honest.”
If that’s the case, they could look at the scarcity of safeties and focus on it early. Remember that part of the reason the Chiefs traded up for Speaks is that they thought there wasn’t much behind him. If that’s the case, they could prioritize addressing it if they felt they weren’t going to be able to do so later.
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Frank Clark DE is now a Chief. We just traded away our 2019 1st round pick and our 2020 second round pick for Clark and a 2020 third round pick.
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Frank Clark DE is now a Chief. We just traded away our 2019 1st round pick and our 2020 second round pick for Clark and a 2020 third round pick.

essentially traded Dee Ford and 2019 first round pick for him. (it was the pick in return for Dee Ford).

The teams also swapped 3rd round picks with the chiefs moving up from #92nd pick in the 3rd round to the #84 pick.

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Chiefs and Frank Clark reached agreement on a 5 yrs, $105.5 million contract
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Chiefs release statement on developments in Tyreek Hill case



KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) – The Kansas City Chiefs have released a statement following the announcement that the Johnson County District Attorney has declined to issue charges against Tyreek Hill.
The short statement basically is a “no comment” citing the ongoing investigation by the Department for Children and Families.

“This afternoon we were informed that Tyreek Hill will not be charged by the Johnson County District Attorney’s Office. Due to the continued investigation by the Department for Children and Families, we will have no further comment at this time.”
District Attorney Steve Howe noted Wednesday that while Hill is not facing any charges at this time, cases of child abuse have a five-year statue of limitations under Kansas Law.


When asked by KCTV5 News if that meant Hill could face charges in the future, Howe responded by simply saying, “Anything is possible.”
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My prediction is the Chiefs retain the services of Hill and the NFL hands down a 1-2 game suspension for something in the realm of behavior unbecoming. End of story.
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My prediction is the Chiefs retain the services of Hill and the NFL hands down a 1-2 game suspension for something in the realm of behavior unbecoming. End of story.
I wouldn't be surprised to see him traded if a market offer is huge.

They just paid matheu and now frank clark. They need to pay chris jones next year and Mahomes the year after.

Kelce has to be close to approaching a new deal, kendall fuller is up for a deal soon too, etc.

I proposed they trade with Philly for their first round pick and both 2nd round picks this year for hill.

Or trade hill to Arizona for patrick peterson, swap 2nd round picks and get arizona's 3rd round pick.
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KCTV5 obtains recording of Tyreek Hill and Crystal Espinal discussing their son’s broken arm

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FAIRWAY, KS (KCTV) - KCTV5’s investigative department was sent a recording of Tyreek Hill and his fiancé discussing the police investigation and what they are telling police.


The recording is believed to have been made in early March when the parents were walking through Dubai’s international airport. KCTV5 was told the recording was an “insurance policy” for Crystal Espinal.


Espinal sent it to at least one friend for safekeeping because she didn’t feel she could keep a recording on her phone. It has since been shared and sent to us by someone who is concerned about the welfare of the couple’s child.




The audio is 11 minutes long and abruptly cuts off. At no time on the recording does Hill admit to breaking his son’s arm. In fact, he flatly denies it.


Espinal also argues back that she has been covering for Hill with investigators.


Both parents accuse each other of troubling behavior.
KCTV5 shared the entire raw audio with Johnson County prosecutor Steve Howe and asked for a response. He is currently reviewing the audio.


Howe held a press conference on Wednesday saying he believes a crime was committed before noting he doesn’t know who to charge.


KCTV5 has also reached out to both parents and their legal teams for comment.


Sources confirm to KCTV5 that both parents have lost custody as a result of the separate Child Protective Services investigation through the Kansas Department of Children and Families or DCF.


Hill currently has a “no contact” order with his 3-year-old son.


Espinal originally retained custody but a judge eventually removed the boy from her care during an emergency hearing on April 5.


Another hearing was held on April 17. Neither parent was granted custody.


During his news conference, Howe emphasized the child is currently safe and his office and CPS will utilize other legal options to ensure he remains safe.


The KCTV5 News investigative department has learned the young boy is currently living with a family he is familiar with, but they are not relatives.


Espinal is allowed supervised visits and has been posting pictures on social media of herself and her son together.
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It is over.....Hill you dipshit...damning evidence presented...your NFL career should be over...good luck in Cleveland...
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Yeah now that new evidence has been released, I amend my previous prediction. Hill will be released by the Chiefs. The NFL will hand out an 8 game suspension. Cleveland will sign Hill.

I really don't know if Cleveland will sign him but someone will. There are other players who have gone through similar circumstances and are still playing in the NFL, though not for their original teams. It's a sad truth that Hill's talent will allow him to get a 3rd chance with someone else.
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NFL Draft: Chiefs’ 6 winners and 7 losers





Let’s talk about which current members of the Kansas City Chiefs won and lost this past weekend.



The Kansas City Chiefs selected six players in the NFL Draft and are continuing to add undrafted free agents to their 90-man roster.



Let’s name some winners and losers of draft weekend:
Winners

Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports Brett Veach

After a tough draft last year that only led to one sure contributor (Derrick Nnadi) so far, the Chiefs general manager came back strong with his 2019 class. The consensus is that Mecole Hardman was a reach, but it feels like a move the personnel staff felt they had to make given the situation around Tyreek Hill. Our team at Arrowhead Pride believes that Juan Thornhill could start at free safety on day one next to Tyrann Mathieu.
“He gives you that flexibility,” Andy Reid said of Thornhill. “So much is that match game and he gives you some flexibility there with his size to play over a tight end. He can play over the slot. You can kick him out on the outside and he can play on the outside, he’s comfortable with it. He has great ball skills. I think that was mentioned by the announcers. He has phenomenal ball skills.”
Also, consider this:

Blake Bell, David Wells and Deon Yelder

These have to be the happiest players in the room. Demetrius Harris is no longer a Chief, meaning Kansas City should have addressed the No. 2 tight end position behind Travis Kelce in the draft. They didn’t, and the jobs is up for grabs. You could make a case that this group is the biggest winner of draft weekend. As a bonus, Kelce likely won’t be ready until training camp (ankle), which means plenty of offseason reps with the league’s Most Valuable Player.
Reggie Ragland

We can agree that Anthony Hitchens and Dorian O’Daniel aren’t going anywhere. The Chiefs added Damien Wilson this offseason and then did not draft a linebacker. Ragland just has to come back healthy this time (avoid that turf) and he should have no problem making the 53-man roster even despite the early 2018 struggles.
Gehrig Dieter

Considering how much Andy Reid values wide receivers who know the playbook, Gehrig Dieter looks to be No. 3 wide receiver behind Sammy Watkins and Demarcus Robinson as it stands now.
And he’s Patrick Mahomesbest friend.
Losers

Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports Daniel Sorensen and Jordan Lucas

The Chiefs’ second-round pick, Juan Thonhill, has a legitimate opportunity to start, especially with the Chiefs already comparing him to Tyrann Mathieu. Brett Veach went as far as to use Daniel Sorensen’s name when describing what Thornhill can do. Thornhill will provide training camp competition for Sorensen and considering cap numbers, Sorensen could be cut if the Chiefs like what they see.
Tanoh Kpassagnon

The Chiefs added the likes of Alex Okafor and Emmanuel Ogbah on the edge this offseason to go along with Breeland Speaks, Brett Veach’s top pick from last year.
The addition of defensive end Frank Clark likely seals the fate of the former second-round pick, who I’d guess swaps his Kansas City red and gold for Cleveland orange and brown before September’s end.
Xavier Williams

In the same vein, The Chiefs love what they have in Chris Jones and Derrick Nnadi along the interior of the defensive line, and the third-round pick of the athletic Khalen Saunders may make Xavier Williams the odd man out.
“We looked at that defensive line right after the draft and we were all smiling,” Brett Veach said.
Darrel Williams

Life just got a little bit more complicated for Darrel Williams, who the Chiefs signed as an undrafted free agent just last year. The Chiefs are committed to Damien Williams as their top back and they brought in veteran Carlos Hyde this offseason. The addition of Darwin Thompson means more competition at a position in which Andy Reid’s final-roster quantity numbers vary by year.
“This kid is really put together,” Chiefs scout Trey Koziol said of Thompson. “I think when you see him in the building, he is a real rocked-up dude. I thought he had really good strength and really good contact balance. He runs with a low center of gravity. That is one of the things that the guys at Utah State mentioned. He was pound for pound probably the strongest kids in their program, just in terms of his lower body strength. His ability to work through contact and then obviously he has really quick feet and an ability to make people miss out in space as well. So, they run a spread offense, kind of an air raid style offense, so when you get a guy who has the ability to break tackles and does have very good contact balance and lower body strength out in the open field.
Tremon Smith

While the Mecole Hardman pick may be the worst news for Tyreek Hill (see below), it isn’t good for Tremon Smith either. Smith carved out a role as the team’s kick returner last year and that will now be given to Hardman, who the Chiefs have already compared to Devin Hester.
“[Dave Toub] was ecstatic,” Brett Veach said. “He is by far the best punt and kick returner in the draft and, again, it’s hard to turn down that kind of speed. When you have a quarterback like Pat Mahomes you want to give him as many weapons as possible.”
Moving to the cornerback room, we know the Chiefs have Kendall Fuller, Bashaud Breeland and Charvarius Ward already ahead of Smith. Enter Keith Reaser, Rashad Fenton and Mark Fields into the picture. Smith will be up against it in training camp.
Tyreek Hill

This one almost goes without saying. Off the field, things couldn’t be worse, and many feel his days are numbered as a Chiefs wide receiver and perhaps even an NFL player. The Chiefs drafted his replacement with their top pick.
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Report: Jamaal Charles to sign 1-day contract, retire with Kansas City Chiefs

Charles is Kansas City’s all-time leading rusher with more than 7,200 yards


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Jamaal Charles has made the decision to retire as a Chief, 610 Sports Radio reported Tuesday.
The former Chiefs running back reportedly will sign a one-day contract with Kansas City to retire as part of Chiefs Kingdom. The Chiefs have not confirmed the report at this time.


The four-time pro bowl running back was released by the team in 2017, with money from his salary clearing the way for Eric Berry and Laurent Duvernay-Tardif. Selected by the Chiefs as a third-round pick in 2008, he became the team's all-time leader in rushing yards with 7,260 over the course of nine years. He also averaged 5.4 yards per carry – an NFL high for running backs with a minimum of 750 carries.
Charles went on to sign a one-year contract with the Denver Broncos before jumping to the Jacksonville Jaguars in 2018. He only played two games as a Jaguar.
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We have signed Jamaal Charles to a one-day contract. The 4x Pro Bowler will retire as a Chief.
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Derrick Johnson is retiring as a Chief

Derrick Johnson is signing a one-day contract to retire with the Chiefs.


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Johnson is signing a one-day contract to end his career a Chief

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Derrick Johnson will be signing a one-day contract to retire as a member of the #Chiefs.

MORE here: https://610sports.radio.com/blogs/fescoe-morning/dj-hangs-them …






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The Kansas City Chiefs released three players and signed one ahead of rookie minicamp, which begins on Saturday, May 4. The Chiefs released wide receiver Josh Crockett, defensive tackle Henry Mondeaux and fullback Aaron Ripkowski and signed Old Dominion defensive end Tim Ward.
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Chiefs were so determined to add more WR talent that they gave undrafted Syracuse WR Jamal Custis over $100K in guaranteed money, believed to be the highest guarantee for any undrafted WR over the past two drafts, per source.
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Some �� details on the #Chiefs rookie UDFAs:

•CB Mark Fields got a $15k bonus

•P Jack Fox and LB Darius Harris got $10k bonuses

•QB Kyle Shurmur & WR Cody Thompson got $7.5k bonuses

•CB Jalin Burrell got a $3k bonus
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Chiefs announce they have signed four draft picks: WR Mecole Hardman, CB Rashad Fenton, RB Darwin Thompson and OL Nick Allegretti.
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The Kansas City Chiefs have signed the following undrafted free agents:
Boyd, Dino (T - Cincinnati)
Burrell, Jalin (DB - New Mexico)
Custis, Jamal (WR - Syracuse)
Davis, Felton (WR - Michigan State)
Fields, Mark (DB - Clemson)
Fox, Jack (P - Rice)
earris, Darius (LB - Middle Tennessee)
Johnson, Gary (LB - Texas)
Jordan, Jamire (WR - Fresno State)

Lindsey, Andre (WR - Sacramento State)
Linta, T.J. (QB - Wagner)
Lovett, John (QB - Princeton)
Monroe, Dakari (DB - San Jose State)
Shurmur, Kyle (QB - Vanderbilt)
Thompson, Cody (WR - Toledo)
Ward, Tim (DE - Old Dominion)
Williams, James (RB - Washington State)
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Chiefs finish camp with one injury
Only one significant injury occurred at rookie minicamp, and it happened on its final play during a special-teams period. Tryout cornerback Justin Martin hurt his right knee and had to be taken away from the field on a cart.
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