CHIEFS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Letting Alex Smith leave Chiefs after '14 is like throwing draft picks down the drain

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The short version goes like this: Cutting the cord with Alex Smith after two seasons is the NFL equivalent of lighting a garbage bag full of $100 bills on fire, then walking away. If you're a Kansas City Chiefs fan, don't look at Smith as the best signal-caller the franchise has had under center since Trent Green, even though that's patently true....
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
7 hours ago  |  Discuss

Dorsey: Anybody can go and find obscure players but they have to be able to play at the end of the day

Before Kansas City Chiefs' general manager John Dorsey became the team's top personnel man, he was a scout for the Green Bay Packers and traveled twice to Australia to find a punter. Dorsey makes no bone about how far he will go to find quality talent, but he warns that just because someone racks up frequent flyer mileage, it doesn't guarantee a success.
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11 hours ago  |  Discuss

Top 3 QB’s most likely drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs

One of John Dorsey and Andy Reid’s first moves when they took over the dumpster fire that was the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013 was to bring in a quarterback: Alex Smith. While Smith has been a definite upgrade from Matt Cassel, consensus seems to be that he won’t be leading the Chiefs to a Super Bowl any time soon. Smith has two years remaining on his contract, and while some are...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
15 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Contract talks between the Chiefs and Alex Smith are moving slowly

The Chiefs are working on signing quarterback Alex Smith to a contract extension, but things are moving slowly, according to ProFootballTalk.com. Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith acknowledged on Tuesday that talks aimed at extending a contract that expires after the coming season are underway. And indeed they are. But a source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT that the discussions...
Via Pro Football Zone
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs, QB Alex Smith in negotiations for contract extension

According to Jamey Eisenberg of CBS Sports, the Kansas City Chiefs and quarterback Alex Smith have been in negotiations with the club about a contract extension. General manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid have both want to keep Smith with the Chiefs, who completed 66 percent of his passes with a career-best 23 touchdowns and only seven interceptions. Smith led the turnaround...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Power Rankings: Kansas City Chiefs offense is in the top half of the NFL

The old adage is that “defense wins championships.” But more and more, that sounds like a cliché being echoed by a coach, analyst or fan intent on living in the past. Nowadays, offense makes the difference; at least most of the time. Looking for proof? Take a look at the teams that made the playoffs last season. The 12 teams who made the postseason all finished in the top-18...
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1 day ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs’ Eric Fisher recovering from two offseason surgeries

Last year the Kansas City Chiefs selected offensive lineman Eric Fisher out of Central Michigan as the first overall pick in the NFL draft. Fisher battled several injuries as a rookie and struggled to perform well at right tackle throughout the season. This week, the Chiefs revealed that the 23-year-old underwent two separate surgeries this offseason to repair a sports hernia...
Via Sports Injury Alert
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs get back to work with playoff loss to Indy still fresh on everyone's mind

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- They started where they finished, more or less. Which, for the Kansas City Chiefs, proved to be both good and ... well, bad. "I think there are great things you can learn from that football game," coach Andy Reid said Monday, referring to January's 45-44 Wild-Card round loss to the Indianapolis Colts, the gut-punch postscript to an 11-5 season. Lesson...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs in discussion with Smith's reps on extension

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Alex Smith would like to stay in Kansas City. He just doesn't want to waste his time dealing with the negotiations that could keep him with the Chiefs beyond next season. "My agent and representatives handle all that," Smith said. "That's why you hire them." Smith did confirm that his agent, Tom Condon, has been talking with the Chiefs...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs re-signed WR Kyle Williams

Last year the Kansas City Chiefs claimed Kyle Williams off the waivers from the San Francisco 49ers last year before tearing his anterior cruciate ligament shortly after joining the team. Kyle Williams, 25, could replace Dexter McCluster as a returner. A former San Francisco 49ers sixth-round draft pick, Williams has 47 career catches for 574 […] The post Kansas City Chiefs re...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs Re-Sign WR Kyle Williams

  The Kansas City Chiefs officially re-signed WR Kyle Williams on Monday, according to the NFL transactions release. The Chiefs claimed Williams off of waivers back in November of last year after the 49ers cut him loose. Williams, 25, appeared in 10 games during the 2013 season and totaled 12 receptions for 113 yards receiving to go along with another 23 yards on the ground. He...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Barr Scouting Report: Is He Just Another Athletic Speed Rusher?

Edge rusher Anthony Barr is an intriguing draft prospect who is generating a ton of buzz. While the linebacker is extremely athletic, he lacks discipline and could be a liability on certain downs. He is, however, a talented defender in some aspects and will be worthy of consideration for a number of teams on draft day. […]
Via The Sports Daily
2 days ago  |  Discuss

National Rewind: Offseason Power Rankings, Kansas City Chiefs mock draft pick, more

While the NBA and NHL playoffs are now in full swing, the NFL never rests. Here are the best national columns from the cover32 universe this week. National Columns - The top-10 cornerbacks in the NFL Draft. (READ) - POWER RANKINGS: Grading each teams offseason performance so far. (READ) - NFL Mock Draft Round 1 version 1.0 (READ) - The 10 best games on the 2014 NFL schedule ...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs: Draft-Cornerback is biggest need early

The 2014 NFL draft is loaded with talent at wide receiver. If you were a betting man, odds are the Kansas City Chiefs will in fact take a wide receiver with their first round pick. However, I believe the Chiefs should look at the other side of the ball and possibly trade back and acquire an extra pick in order to draft a couple of corner backs in order to be able to compete with...
Via isportsweb.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs cutting corners on the offensive line

The Kansas City Chiefs are going with youth on the offensive line. Four of the five starters are in rookie deals that controls the cost for the unit . OL Rishaw Johnson is making the minimum salary and likely to fill the last open spot along the line. However, could the Chiefs be skimping too much?
Via 60 Max Power O
8 days ago  |  Discuss
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