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The Kansas City Chiefs won’t negotiate a contract with defensive lineman Chris Jones until he returns to the team, according to a new report from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Jones was not at mandatory minicamp Tuesday and has not been present at any offseason workouts since the offseason program began on April 15.

The difference now is the workouts are mandatory and those absent are subject to a fine.
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Report: Chiefs right tackle Mitchell Schwartz signed to contract extension





His new deal will keep him with the Chiefs through 2021.


According to a report from ESPN’s Field Yates, the Kansas City Chiefs have signed right tackle Mitchell Schwartz to a one-year contract extension that will keep him on the team through 2021.
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The Chiefs have signed standout OT Mitchell Schwartz to a one-year extension through 2021, per his agent @MikeMcCartney7.
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Schwartz, 30, is entering his eighth NFL season — the last three with the Chiefs. In 2018, he was named a first-team All-Pro. Pro Football Focus gave him a stellar grade of 83.6 for the season — the highest of his career — and named him their Offensive Lineman of the Year.
According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, Schwartz’ extention is worth $11.26 million, and makes him the second-highest paid right tackle in the NFL.
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The #Chiefs are giving RT Mitchell Schwartz a 1-year extension worth $11.255M, source said, making him 2nd highest paid RT. That’s essentially his signing bonus, too. Accordingly, Schwartz’s 2019 and 2020 season (he did an extension with both years left) are fully guaranteed.
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Rapoport says that under new deal, Schwartz’ 2019 and 2020 salaries are fully guaranteed.
Drafted out of California in the second round (37th overall) by the Cleveland Browns in 2012, he was an immediate starter. He has now started 112 consecutive games — every game with every team for which he has played.
But it doesn’t end there. Schwartz hasn’t even missed a snap in those seven seasons. Per Pro-Football-Reference, Schwartz has now played 7,386 consecutive regular-season snaps — the longest active streak in the league. His former Browns teammate Joe Thomas has the unofficial NFL record with 10,363.
With his new contact extension, Schwartz is now positioned to eclipse Thomas’ record as a member of the Chiefs — and as his brother Geoff Schwartz noted in an SBNation article last summer, it would be an impressive feat to break it.


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The #Chiefs signed their kicker Harrison Butker to a contract extension, locking him in on a 5-year deal worth roughly $20M, source said. He’s on the books for 6 years total. Not bad for a player signed off the #Panthers practice squad
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The Kansas City Chiefs waived linebacker Gary Johnson, tackle Justin Senior and running back James Williams, according to the NFL’s official transaction report. The Chiefs will replace one of those vacant spots by signing tight end Neal Sterling, as first reported by Dov Kleiman.
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Chiefs sign at least three of six tryout players from mandatory minicamp
Northwest Missouri State FB Josh Caldwell
Kansas State OG Abdul Beecham
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Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill Reportedly Expected to Be at Training Camp



We finally have a substantial update on the status of Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill.


According to the latest report, he's expected to be at training camp after NFL officials held a lengthy and thorough interview with him on Wednesday.


Hill is still being investigated by authorities for a battery incident involving himself, his fiancee and his three-year old son.


The Chiefs released a statement earlier in the year expressing their concern for the situation and making it clear that Hill would not participate in any team-related activities until the situation was resolved.


Things weren't looking great for the receiver around the time of the NFL Draft, as the Chiefs traded up and drafted the dynamic receiver Mecole Hardman, who most assumed would be Hill's replacement.


The news doesn't come as a surprise, as most pundits assumed Hill would appear at camp given the trajectory of the investigation.


Hill has remained firmly in his claim that he never touched his son, and audio recordings of the situation do its part to both support and reject that claim. Regardless, Hill even being in this situation to begin with is inexcusable.


Still, the Chiefs have a decision to make regarding the controversial behavior of Hill and the conflicting stories regarding this particular incident.



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The NFL announced Friday that it "cannot conclude" that Kansas City Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill violated the league's Personal Conduct Policy. The decision clears the way for Hill to return to the Chiefs’ training camp and participate in all club activities. #ChiefsKingdom The Kansas City Chiefs

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Statement from the Kansas City Chiefs on WR Tyreek Hill:

"We have been informed of the decision by the National Football League that, based on the available evidence, the league has not found that Tyreek Hill violated the NFL’s Personal Conduct Policy. Based on the information provided to us by the league, we have decided it is appropriate for Tyreek to return to the team at the start of training camp. The club fully supports the conditions for return laid out by the league and will continue to monitor any new developments in the case. We are glad to welcome Tyreek back to the team and look forward to the start of training camp next week."
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Chiefs training camp notebook: Travis Kelce, Juan Thornhill look to be 100 percent





Kansas City Chiefs quarterbacks, rookies, Travis Kelce and a bunch of other tight ends began training camp on Wednesday.


The Kansas City Chiefs opened up training camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri on Wednesday with quarterbacks, rookies and injured players.
With only 40-something players in camp, it was all eyes on a couple of key players returning from injury — tight end Travis Kelce (ankle), rookie safety Juan Thornhill (calf) and offensive lineman Cam Erving (shoulder). All three participated fully in Chiefs practice.
“It was great to get some of these guys that had been injured last year an opportunity to get out... to get them out and get work in,” Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said after practice. “All and all, a good day.”
Reid specifically said that Kelce did a “nice job.”
Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images “We’re easing him back in,” Reid said. “I thought he moved around well — I didn’t see anything lingering from his surgery. [He] caught a few balls.”
“I’m 100,” Kelce himself added. “I’m 100 percent flying out there, having some fun. Didn’t have any issues today. There’s one thing about football — there’s nothing you can do to get ready for what you’re about to encounter out there on that field.”
Kelce said that his left ankle had bothered him over the course of the last “two or three years.” It’s worth noting that over those three seasons, Kelce compiled 22 regular-season touchdowns and nearly 3,500 combined yards.
“I wouldn’t say it bothered me to the point where it hindered my game. It was just something that was nagging — really Monday and Tuesday was where it got me the most — and sometimes, here and there in practice I’d roll my ankle just because of how loose the joint was. Other than that, though, just playing through it. There’s a lot of guys that probably had a lot worse going on, especially on the (Chiefs) squad.”
Kelce said the “cleanup” procedure stabilized his left ankle joint to make him more comfortable while playing. Similarly to Kelce, Thornhill was thrilled to be back after missing Chiefs’ mandatory minicamp.
Photo by Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images “It felt great, honestly,” Thornhill said, “especially having a couple weeks off not playing football and being able to get back out there, get your legs working again and get yourself moving is always a great feeling to get back on the field.”
A reporter later asked Thornhill if he was nervous with the first professional training camp of his career.
“Listen— I ain’t ever nervous. I’m ready to go at all times. I’m going to get in here — I might have to throw up with a couple of them,” he laughed, “but I’ll definitely have to get my feet wet sooner or later because we got a game in two weeks. I’m not nervous; I’m just ready to go out there and play football.”
It is one thing for the trio of Kelce, Erving and Thornhill to be practicing fully now, but the key day to watch will be the Chiefs’ first full day of padded work next week.
As expected, both rookie linebacker Darius Harris and rookie defensive end Tim Ward watched practice from the sideline.
Observations

  • The temperature stayed in the mid-70s throughout the morning practice that began at 8:40 a.m. Arrowhead Time. The heat is mild for St. Joe at this time of year. For the players, media and fans’ sake, let’s hope it stays that way.
  • Three camp battles of note have already begun: second-string tight end, second-string center and third-string quarterback.
  • There are eight tight ends on the roster, and the TE2 position is so wide open that every tight end except Neal Sterling is already in camp. I asked Andy Reid about the unique situation at that spot:“This is probably the deepest we’ve been at that spot since I’ve been here (2013) for this camp (Wednesday to Friday). Again, they’ve got to compete and sort it out. They’ve got someone with [Travis Kelce], who has been there, and they could talk to him and see how it’s done. [Kelce] is good with sharing that stuff, along, obviously, with Tom Melvin coaching. We’ve got to come out with some tight ends out of this. And they know they have opportunities.” Based on previous comments from Reid, Deon Yelder probably leads the pack, but it is anybody’s job to take home over the next month or so.
  • If Austin Reiter is the starting center, which we expect, it looks like rookie Nick Allegretti and Jimmy Murray are vying for the backup center role. I like Allegretti for the job, as the Chiefs said they selected him mostly for the talent he showed at the center position.
  • Reid confirmed that the QB3 spot is a battle between Chase Litton and Kyle Shurmur, who were already splitting reps on Wednesday. No clear-cut win on the day for either quarterback.
  • The starting offensive line isn’t here yet, so I thought it was interesting to see Cam Erving mixing in at tackle. We’ve long thought that Erving would get an opportunity to win the left guard job from Andrew Wylie, but perhaps the Chiefs profile him more so as a swing tackle. Erving has the ability to play every position on the line, so it’s important to remember here that one day is just that: one day. We could very well see him playing elsewhere Thursday and into the weekend.
  • Rookie punter Jack Fox is the only specialist in camp at the moment. He will get an opportunity to try to unseat 14-year incumbent Dustin Colquitt.
  • The defense had two interceptions on Wednesday, both in seven-on-seven work. Defensive back Herb Miller intercepted Chad Henne off of a bobbled ball by running back Marcus Marshall. Linebacker Raymond Davidson had an easy pick off of Patrick Mahomes by way of a miscommunication with Deon Yelder.
  • The standouts on offense Wednesday were Mecole Hardman, who seems to be coming along when it comes to timing with Mahomes, John Lovett, who was catching the ball everywhere and Cody Thompson, who had an outstanding catch you may watch below.
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Chiefs have freed up a roster spot ahead of veterans report day on Friday with the termination of TE Neal Sterling's contract.

Team also put LB Darius Harris on the non-football injury list. He'll count toward the active roster list. Harris was injured before he joined the team
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Chris Jones is reporting to Chiefs training camp on time, per reports
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The following player was held out of Kansas City Chiefs training camp in St. Joseph, Missouri, Saturday afternoon:

S Armani Watts (rib)

Injured during practice:

CB Bashaud Breeland (lacerated thumb)
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Andy Reid just said he believes CB Keith Reaser has an Achilles tear.
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Chiefs sign cornerback Michael Hunter





The former Indiana and Oklahoma State corner has been under contract with five different NFL teams over three seasons




Originally signed as a rookie free agent by the New York Giants in 2016 — while current Chiefs defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo was the Giants’ DC — Hunter went through a dizzying series of roster transactions with the Giants over the next two seasons. Cut before training camp, added to the practice squad, activated to the active roster, cut from the roster, placed on injured reserve, signed to the practice squad, cut from the practice squad... the whole range of possibilities.
In the end, Hunter played in just six games for the Giants over those two seasons, in which he made four tackles.
Since halfway through the 2017 season, Hunter has bounced around the league — the New York Jets, Denver Broncos, Buffalo Bills and Houston Texans have all had him under contract — until returning to the Giants, where he signed a reserve/futures contract in January. The Giants released him in May.
Hunter played two seasons at Indiana and one at Oklahoma State. Between the two schools, he played in 32 games and was credited with 98 tackles (81 solo, 7.5 for a loss), 12 passes defensed, four interceptions and a forced fumble. At 6 feet and 186 pounds, he ran a 4.40 40-yard dash at his Oklahoma State pro day.
This move brings the Chiefs roster back up to 90 players. But the Chiefs have not yet made a roster move with cornerback Keith Reaser, who suffered what was reported to be a torn Achilles tendon during Monday’s training camp practice. If the Chiefs make a move with Reaser, another signing could be on the way.
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Whaaat? Chiefs move cornerback Tremon Smith to the offense

It looks like Tremon Smith has moved to the offense. He moves from CB to RB here at #ChiefsCamp.
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Chiefs have signed DL Hunter Dimick, formerly of the Utah Utes. He fills the roster spot of CB Keith Reaser. Reaser heads to injured reserved.
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The Chiefs have agreed to terms with free agent CB Mo Claiborne, a source tells me. He’s flying out to K.C. tonight.
He is suspended the first 4 games of the season.
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Andy Reid confirms Chiefs will be implementing “running back by committee”





Reid tells SiriusXM NFL Radio that the Chiefs will feature multiple RBs this season


Fantasy owners looking to get a lot out of Damien Williams this year may have second thoughts after Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid told SiriusXM NFL Radio that the team would implement a form of a “running back by committee” strategy.
“I did a little bit of that when I was in Philadelphia, a kind of running back-by-committee deal and we had some success with it.” Reid said during an interview with SiriusXM NFL Radio. “We’ll do that here (in Kansas City).
“We drafted a kid (at running back) and the other Williams (Darrel Williams) isn’t bad either. We’ve got a couple Williamses, and then Carlos (Hyde), we’ve got a new little guy (Darwin Thompson) in there that runs around, so we’ve got a good nucleus of players that I think we’re going to be good at that spot. They all have their strengths and we’ll try to exploit their strengths.”


Why would the Chiefs decide to do a running back by committee in the first place?
Well, Damien Williams was named as the teams starting RB before training camp, but his hamstring injury that kept him from practice may have opened the door for some other backs on the roster. Reid expressed some frustration when Williams missed his fifth straight practice, but offensive coordinator Eric Bienemy confirmed that Williams was still the starter the next day, and he returned to practice on Wednesday.
The extra first-team reps may have helped Hyde and Darryl Williams, as well as sixth-round draft pick Darwin Thompson, make their case for the starting spot. Reid may have seen glimpses of his old Philadelphia Eagles team in this group of running backs and decided a committee would be more effective.
Reid’s Philadelphia team did see success implementing the running back by committee in the early 2000s. In 2003 specifically, Philadelphia managed to rush for 2,015 yards and 23 touchdowns, all while splitting the load primarily among three backs: Correll Buckhalter, Brian Westbrook and Duce Staley. All three backs ran for 450-plus yards, on 126, 117, and 96 carries, respectively.
While the assumption would be that the three backs featured would be the two Williams and Hyde, Thompson and even Tremon Smith have made good impressions on Reid.
Smith, who was formerly a corner for the Chiefs, made an impact on kickoff return last year but fell down the depth chart at his position. Smith was moved to RB during camp, and Reid said he’s been happy with what he’s seen.
“He (Smith) was excited about it,” Reid said of Smith’s move to running back. “Along with Tremon, we’ve got really four or five guys that we feel really good about.”
That sentiment may be at the heart of this back-by-committee strategy. It could be that the position battle is so close, that this is simply Andy Reid’s way of seeing which back shines the brightest. Even in a committee, one back seems to break out from the rest over time. For Philly, it was Brian Westbrook who emerged as their featured RB in 2004 and never looked back.
Any one of these five halfbacks could rise to the challenge and become KC’s running back of the future. The Chiefs will get their first true glimpse at that situation on Saturday when they take on the Cincinnati Bengals at Arrowhead Stadium.
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Chiefs release tight end David Wells; put Keith Reaser on injured reserve
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The Chiefs have signed TE Manasseh Garner.

RB Josh Caldwell has been waived.
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Sources: Some offensive line reinforcements for the @Chiefs. A reunion with @JeffAllen71 in the works.
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The MRI on #Chiefs WR Marcus Kemp confirmed the initial diagnosis from Saturday, he torn the ACL and MCL in his knee, per source. The injury ends his season, and unfortunately comes just as he was coming into his own as a receiver. Was having a very strong camp.
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