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#Chiefs undrafted free agent DE Tim Ward was placed on Reserve/Non-Football Injury; Does Not Count Against 90 Limit
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Chiefs Release Wide Receiver Sammie Coates



The Kansas City Chiefs have been under the watchful eye of the NFL this offseason as fans assess the team's moves as they attempt to reach the Super Bowl in 2019.


The Chiefs made a roster move on Friday, parting ways with wide receiver Sammie Coates after just a few months of being with the team.


Coates signed with Kansas City back in February of this year, and was released less than three months into his Chiefs tenure. ​Coates was previously a part of the Houston Texans, where he played 12 games last season and only had one reception.


Coates has been in the NFL for four years, spending his first two seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers, who drafted him in the third round of the 2015 NFL Draft. After two seasons with the Steelers, he went to Cleveland and played one season with the Browns before moving to Houston.

​​Coates has appeared in 45 games in his career, in which he has registered 29 catches for 528 yards. He has a career average of 18.2 yards per reception, showing his value as a deep threat, and has scored two touchdowns in six career starts.
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#Chiefs have claimed OG Zack Golditch off waivers from the Cardinals.
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Four players have been released:

WR Jamire Jordan (Fresno State) (Injured)
WR Andre Lindsey (Sacramento State)
DB Leon McQuay (Southern California)
DB Dakari Monroe (San Jose State)

Four other players have been signed:

WR Rashard Davis (James Madison)
RB Marcus Marshall (James Madison)
DB Herb Miller (Florida Atlantic)
DB Andrew Soroh (Florida Atlantic)
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Chiefs sign tight end who tried out at rookie minicamp, release wide receiver Sammie Coates

Meet Jody Fortson—another tight end who the Chiefs hope has a chance to stick.
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Chiefs backup QB EJ Manuel has retired. He was signed earlier this offseason.
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Dwayne Bowe signs 1-day deal to retire as Kansas City Chief



Bowe was first-round pick in 2007


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The Kansas City Chiefs announced Thursday that receiver Dwayne Bowe has signed a one-day contract and will retire as a Chief.
Bowe played college football at Louisiana State University and was drafted by the Chiefs in the first round of the 2007 NFL draft. He played for the Chiefs from 2007 to 2014.
Bowe led the NFL in receiving touchdowns in 2010 with 15. He was also an All-Pro that season.
He finished his career with 537 receptions, 7,208 yards and 44 receiving touchdowns.
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Chiefs acquire linebacker Darron Lee for a 2020 sixth-rounder
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According to the official NFL transaction report, the Kansas City Chiefs released wide receiver Jamire Jordan with an injury settlement on Thursday.

Jordan, 23, was signed by the Chiefs as an undrafted free agent out of Fresno State on May 4. After being redshirted, Jordan played four years for the Bulldogs, gaining 2,245 yards and scoring 13 touchdowns on 145 receptions
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Chiefs LB Ben Niemann was the highest graded special teamer (kickoff coverage, punt coverage, kickoff blocking, punt blocking, field goal blocking) in the NFL without a missed tackle at 86.2. (Ranked 2nd overall if including players with missed tackles).
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Report: Chiefs sign veteran tight end with blocking upside

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The Chiefs have signed veteran tight end John Phillips, releasing defensive back Dontae Johnson.
The Kansas City Chiefs have added a veteran to their wide open (behind Travis Kelce) tight end room. Kansas City signed John Phillips, as first reported by ESPN’s Field Yates. The move came through on the NFL’s official transaction report.
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The Chiefs, who have been looking for TE depth, signed veteran John Phillips, per source. DB Dontae Johnson was also released by KC.
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Phillips, 31, is a 6-foot-5, 251-pound tight end who first entered the league as a sixth-round pick made by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2009 NFL Draft. Phillips spent four years with the Cowboys before signing with the then-San Diego Chargers, where he played for three years.
Phillips bounced around with the Denver Broncos (2016), New Orleans Saints (2016-17) and Arizona Cardinals (201 before landing with the Chiefs on Monday.
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-6th round pick in 2009 NFL Draft by the Cowboys

-Career Stats: 428 yards and 5 touchdowns on 120 games played

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Phillips has played in 120 career games with 43 career starts, compiling 58 receptions for 428 yards and five touchdowns during 10 years in the league. Considered a blocking specialist, Phillips’ best statistical output came back in 2011, when he had 15 catches for 101 yards and a touchdown.
Phillips started just four games for the Cardinals in 2018.
Phillips has gone through several injuries throughout his career, including two ACL tears and multiple trips to the injured reserve list. He stands to compete for the Chiefs’ second and third tight end positions.
For their corresponding roster move, the Chiefs released defensive back Dontae Johnson.

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#Chiefs LB Martrell Spaight has retired from the NFL after 4 seasons.

His best season came with the #Redskins in 2015, he recorded 75 tackles in 15 games.
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The #Chiefs have signed DB Dakari Monroe . He was an undrafted free agent that previously signed with the #Chiefs and was waived on May 7th.
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Chiefs’ proposal to change NFL overtime does not pass — but isn’t dead yet, per report
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The NFL Draft is coming to Kansas City in 2023

The NFL announced on Wednesday that Kansas City will be the eighth city to host the draft since it left New York City.
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The Kansas City Chiefs have signed defensive back Dakari Monroe back to the roster, according to the NFL’s official transaction report.
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The #Chiefs have cut TE John Phillips, according to the NFL’s official transacation report. Phillips’ stay with the #Chiefs lasts eight days. KC’s 90-man at 88.
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The Kansas City Chiefs are waiving quarterback TJ Linta with an injury settlement, according to NFL insider Adam Caplan.
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Chiefs sign Tennessee State offensive tackle Chidi Okeke
The undrafted free agent had previously been signed to the Redskins, but was released a week ago
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Free agent tight end Nick Keizer will work out for the Chiefs, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle. A 2018 undrafted free agent out of Grand Valley State, Keizer was waived by the Ravens at final cutdowns but was on Baltimore’s practice squad/offseason roster from November until earlier this month.
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Chiefs to sign former Ravens TE Nick Keizer after a successful workout, according to league source #Chiefs
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Chiefs sign 3rd round pick lineman Khalen Saunders

With Saunders’ contract official, the Chiefs have now signed all six of their draft picks signed.
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No criminal charges for Chiefs Tyreek Hill after child abuse case reopened



KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Suspended Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill will not face any criminal charges.
A police investigation into what happened to his 3-year-old son is now officially closed.
This has been a dark cloud of uncertainty that’s been hanging over Hill and the Kansas City Chiefs for months.
The NFL has been waiting to hear what the prosecutor would do, and the Chiefs have been waiting for word from the NFL. So, this has a domino effect and it plays out in Hill’s favor.
Hill was been suspended from all team-related activities after audio surfaced in which he discusses abusing his son. Hill also told his fiancee, Crystal Espinal, that she should be "terrified" of him during an 11-minute discussion that took place in a Dubai airport.
The audio surfaced one day after prosecutors declined to press charges against Hill following a domestic violence investigation. They said at the time that they were convinced a crime had occurred, but were unable to determine whether it was Hill or Espinal that hurt their son.
Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe reopened the case after receiving the audio from KCTV5 News. Howe says he believes a crime was committed, but this is not a case he can bring to court.
"A child has been hurt. As a prosecutor and a father of four kids, yes it frustrates me when someone hurts a child and you can't do anything about it,” he said in his April 24 news conference.
Others close to the investigation tell KCTV5 this case has been plagued by a lack of cooperation from those close to the child. Police received anonymous information but few wanted to be on the record and testify against the NFL superstar.
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Hill is a convicted abuser drafted by the Chiefs and then-GM John Dorsey despite numerous red flags.
He had been kicked off the team at Oklahoma State after punching and choking Espinal while she was pregnant, and many teams said off the record that the incident caused them to take Hill off their draft boards altogether.
Hill and Espinal would later reconnect and even get engaged. The young family was a story of redemption and second chances until it crashed.
The DCF and criminal investigation was conducted in a harsh public spotlight, and the parents drifted in and out of court hearings, eventually loosing custody
Audio of a recorded conversation between the parents sheds light on the difficult task facing investigators in this case. Espinal accuses Hill of breaking their son’s arm and other abusive behavior but also tells him she’s been covering for him with investigators.

Hill’s lawyer sent a letter to the NFL stating the Chiefs player “categorically denies” punching his young son in the chest and reiterates that he was not involved when the child’s arm was broken. The letter, drafted by attorney N. Trey Pettlon, made numerous references to insinuations made by Espinal in a recorded conversation that was first uncovered by KCTV5.



The letter also claims this text message exchange was uncovered on Hill’s cell phone:
Hill: “Crystal, you know I didn’t cause any bruising or harm to [our son,] But for some reason I still may be charged.”
Espinal: “I know you didn’t. I did. I hurt [our son] I’m the one that did it. I was hurt and mad at you so I blamed you for everything.”
In the end, you have a little boy who is injured, leaked audio that paints both parents in a poor light and then text messages that completely conflict what the boy and his mother say.
A lack of cooperation in domestic violence cases is common. Victims are scared and fear losing what little emotional and financial stability they may have.
And this case appears to be no different. It’s just that the stakes were higher with a football player on the verge of a record-breaking contract and his fiancee pregnant with twins. The truth is criminal charges would devastate both parents.
For now, the DCF investigation continues, meaning goals shift from accountability and possible criminal charges to counseling, support and eventually reunification. Evidence of that is already underway as Hill posted a video of him playing with his son just this week.
Espinal is due to have the twins any day, and she remains separated from Hill.
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Investigators Reportedly Determine Tyreek Hill Did Not Break His Son's Arm





Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill was suspended by the team following the leak of audio recordings that caught Hill on tape making some despicable comments pertaining to his treatment of his fiancee and young son.


However, following an investigation of the matter, neither Hill nor fiancee Crystal Espinal have been determined to have broken their three-year-old son's arm last January.


Investigators came to the conclusion that the broken arm was a result of an accident that could typically happen with a young child-- the broken bone was consistent with reaching out in front of you to brace yourself from a fall.




It was reported several days ago that Hill will not be facing criminal charges after his child abuse case was reopened. Despite Hill being cleared of these charges and likely rejoining the team very soon, questions will surely remain about his character in terms of his treatment of those closest to him behind closed doors. He'll be spared the worst of the justice system, but there's still much work to do to earn back the trust of many around him.

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The #Chiefs have six tryout players participating in their minicamp this week:

#39 RB AJ Ouellette
#43 FB Josh Caldwell
#69 G Abdul Beecham
#94 LB D'Juan Hines
#25 CB Hamp Cheevers
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