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I really hope Sterns and Lampkin make the team. They were really solid in the secondary for OSU. Sterns is an animal, he should do very well with our style of defense.
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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs sign son of NFL great Fred Taylor, lots of tryout players at minicamp





Minicamp Notebook: Chiefs trying out 46 players | Chiefs Digest
“You get them uniform, we’re going to coach the dog out of you like you’re one of the guys and we roll,” Reid said. “For three days they’re Kansas City Chiefs, and that’s the way we approach it as coaches and I expect them to do the same as players.”
Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes II shows off his arm at practice | ESPN
Mahomes showed the arm that was part of the reason the Chiefs traded up to get him in the first round of the draft as Kansas City began a three-day rookie camp on Saturday.
Highlights were few, though Mahomes did throw a deep fade pass down the left sideline that required some muscle and plenty of touch. Undrafted free-agent wide receiver Alonzo Moore made a diving catch.
Otherwise, practice was a little rough for Mahomes, who threw plenty of passes off target. But that’s to be expected for the first day of a rookie camp, when players are new to one another.
Chiefs welcome about 70 to rookie mini-camp | The Kansas City Star
“I’ve been dreaming of putting on an NFL jersey since I was probably in the sixth grade and it’s finally here,” said running back Kareem Hunt, the Chiefs’ third-round draft pick. “Now I have to take advantage of it and make the most of my opportunity.”
Chiefs claim Kelvin Taylor off waivers from Seahawks | ProFootballTalk
Taylor, the son of former NFL running back Fred Taylor, joins a depth chart that includes Spencer Ware, Charcandrick West, C.J. Spiller, and third-round rookie Kareem Hunt.
Chiefs rookie Patrick Mahomes II will wear No. 15 | The Kansas City Star
"(No. 15) still has the five in it a little bit,” Mahomes said. “But at the same time, I was actually 15 my freshman year of basketball. So I just went back to that and wanted to make my own number and do a new thing in this next chapter of my life."
Kansas City Chiefs sign three draft picks | The Kansas City Star
The club also announced seven more undrafted free agent signings: Alabama receiver Gehrig Dieter, West Florida receiver Anas Hasic, Oklahoma State cornerback Ashton Lampkin, Southern California guard Damien Mama, Montana cornerback J.R. Nelson, Oklahoma State safety Jordan Sterns and Auburn receiver Tony Stevens.
Andy Reid will be good for the progression of Patrick Mahomes | Viva The Matadors
I didn’t stop to think about what he has accomplished within his professional coaching career. While he was the coach for the Eagles from 1999–2012, he led them to five NFC championship games as well as a Super Bowl appearance in 2004. Also, I forgot he was the executive vice president of operations for Philly from 2001–2012, meaning he knows a thing or two about evaluating, recruiting, acquiring and developing athletes for an NFL franchise.
How Kansas City will develop Patrick Mahomes II into a pro quarterback | Viva The Matadors
In past games, when the pocket would collapse, he would force the throw instead of taking the sack. When under pressure, Mahomes does not set his feet and he throws off of his back foot often. Also, he tends to be aggressive with his decision-making and not taking the time to read the defense.
That said, Mahomes’ strengths also include extending the play, pocket awareness, looking downfield, being calm and collected on the gridiron and, of course, his arm strength. He can thread the needle and fit his throw into narrow windows. He also can be level-headed, and that is hard to come by in such a young quarterback.
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The Chiefs released running back Darrin Reaves on Monday, according to the NFL’s transaction wire.

The club reached an injury settlement with Reaves, who underwent offseason surgery to repair a sports hernia.

Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/sports/nfl...#storylink=cpy
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TE Emanuel Byrd

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P Will Monday

RB Devine Redding

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The name that stands out here is Jean-Baptiste who was a second round pick by the Saints in 2014. He has the height the Chiefs like at 6’3 but has flamed out to this point.

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Chiefs cut LB Khaseem Greene after he’s indicted on weapons charges
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Chiefs signed free agent Andrew Tiller, G, Syracuse.
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#Chiefs have parted ways w/Director of Pro Scouting Will Lewis, who joined the team in May 2013. Lewis also ex-Dir of FB Ops for #Seahawks.
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Mahomes unharmed after being robbed in Texas
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Chiefs sign LB off waivers off the Titans, cut DB Jimmy Hall





Tuesday’s NFL transactions list shows the Kansas City Chiefs cut one player and claimed another off of waivers. The Chiefs cut defensive back Jimmy Hall who was signed to the Chiefs practice squad last year. They claimed LB Reshard Cliett off of waivers after he was cut by the Titans.
Cliett was a 2015 sixth round pick by the Texans out of South Florida. He’s got nice size at 6’2 and 222 pounds. He’s an NFL journeyman at this point with stints with the Broncos, Jets, Cardinals and Titans, too.
The Chiefs have a 90-man offseason roster so there will be a lot of players coming through from now until training camp. It will be tough to crack the Chiefs 53-man roster at this point but every year there’s a surprise or two.
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#Chiefs are hiring #Packers Assistant Director of Pro Personnel Tim Terry to be their new Director of Pro Personnel, source said. Key hire.
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Alex Smith thinks Chiefs committed to him only through this season



KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- In his first public comments since the Chiefs traded up in the first round to select Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes II, Alex Smith acknowledged Wednesday that his time as Kansas City's starting quarterback might soon be finished.

The Chiefs view Mahomes as the eventual replacement for Smith, who has two seasons left on his contract.
"I think [the Chiefs are] committed to me [only] through this year,'' Smith said. "That's just the nature of it. If you don't go out there and perform, I mean, coach [Andy] Reid and [quarterbacks coach Matt Nagy] are very honest. You've got to go out there and do your deal. We all have to.
"Whether or not we drafted Patrick, it doesn't change that, right? If you're not good enough and didn't get it done, you're not going to be around long. That's just our culture. I know it. That's the nature of the position.''
The Chiefs moved up to the 10th overall pick to select Mahomes, trading away the 27th pick, their first-round choice in 2018 and a third-rounder (91st overall) this year to the Buffalo Bills.
Smith went through a similar situation earlier in his career when he was with the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers drafted Colin Kaepernick in the second round in 2011. Midway through the following season, Kaepernick replaced Smith as San Francisco's starting quarterback, and Smith was traded to the Chiefs after the season.
"There is a little similarity,'' said Smith, who turned 33 earlier this month. "I'm an older quarterback, and they drafted a kid that's coming in young and they're looking to develop.''
<img class=" lazyloaded imageLoaded " data-image-container=".inline-photo">Quarterback Alex Smith has two seasons left on his contract but acknowledged Wednesday in his first public comments since the Chiefs drafted Patrick Mahomes II that his time in Kansas City might soon be over. Peter Aiken/Getty ImagesThere is, however, one major difference. Reid and the general manager who brought Smith to the Chiefs, John Dorsey, are still in place. The coach and general manager who drafted Smith with the 49ers were long gone by the time San Francisco brought in Kaepernick.
"This is a completely different coaching staff and a completely different team,'' Smith said. "I think I'm a much different player.
"In that sense it's very different. They did bring me here, and I've been here four years. I'm in my fifth year now. It was different there. Those were still new faces, so to speak, and I wasn't necessarily their guy or anything like that.''
Still, the addition of Mahomes represents the first legitimate threat to Smith's starting job in Kansas City. Reid and Dorsey have said Mahomes is some time away from being ready to play and that they are committed to Smith for the interim.
"I've been through it,'' Smith said. "I'm in a different place than the last time I kind of dealt with something like this, [but] I get it, right? If any of us were the GM, this in my opinion might be the most important position in all of sports. You'd be crazy not to be stockpiling talent.
"So I get it, going into Year 13. You understand it. At the same time, it doesn't change my focus, right? I still feel I've got a lot of years left in me. I still feel like I'm getting better, to be honest with you.''
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BREAKING: Chiefs Waive Linebacker Victor Ochi and Sign Chargers LB as Replacement




The Chiefs did a quick linebacker switcheroo on Monday.


Hopefully it will work out in their favor.



Kansas City waived outside linebacker Victor Ochi and picked up Tourek Williams to fill his position shortly after.
Williams was an unrestricted free agent, but most recently played for division-rival Chargers. Coming off a lost season due to a broken foot, the former sixth-round pick tallied 14 tackles last season with the Chargers.


Ochi signed with the Ravens as an undrafted free agent in last season, but was released. He then signed with the New York Jets and appeared in his first career game this season on Oct. 23. He registered his only career tackle in that game, before the Chiefs picked him up.


Ochi had a solid college career at Stony Brook University, leaving the program as the school’s all-time leader in sacks (32.5) and tackles for loss (49.0). He should be able to find a new home on at least a practice squad somewhere.
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