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Herbie Teope
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Takeaways and general thoughts from the past week of OTAs.
The Kansas City Chiefs concluded the third day of practice Thursday from the first set of organized team activities (OTAs), which began Tuesday. Up next, the second set of OTAs on June 2-4 before the Chiefs close out the final four days of 10 allowed OTA workouts on June 9-12. Here are takeaways from the first…
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The search for the starting offensive line begins.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Chiefs spent part of the offseason upgrading an offensive line that played a large role in allowing 49 total sacks in 2014. Kansas City chose to not bring back guards Mike McGlynn and Jeff Linkenbach, and right tackle Ryan Harris. Also gone is center Rodney Hudson, who signed a free-agent…
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Sage Harold's quest to make 53-man roster fueled by deep determination to excel.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – There wasn’t much doubt when it came to Chiefs rookie outside linebacker Sage Harold’s athletic talent. Harold starred at wide receiver and defensive end at Ocean Lakes High School in Virginia Beach, Va., and he burst on the scene his senior season at James Madison University with 13 ½ sacks to…
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Pre-draft interest pays off with CBs Justin Cox, De'Vante Bausby.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Rookie cornerbacks Justin Cox and De’Vante Bausby went undrafted, but that doesn't mean their services weren't desired around the league. The 6-1, 191-pound Cox, who played at Mississippi State, said he drew post-draft interest from the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, Seattle Seahawks and Chiefs. The 6-2, 182-pound Bausby, who played…
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Primer for rookie minicamp, which kicks off Saturday and runs through Monday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – A hint of the return of football occurs with the annual rookie minicamp Saturday through Monday at the Chiefs training facility. The sound of smacking pads will be absent, however, as players practice in helmets and shorts, and hitting isn’t allowed during the three-day event. The weekend serves as an orientation…
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Third-round pick, WR Chris Conley, agrees to terms.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Seven draft picks down, leaving two to go. The Chiefs agreed to terms with wide receiver Chris Conley, a source familiar with the transaction confirmed Wednesday with ChiefsDigest.com. The source spoke on the condition of anonymity because the Chiefs have not announced the signing. Financial terms were not disclosed. Terez Paylor…
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Day Two OTAs notebook: Kelce embraces leadership role, among other subjects.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The average age of the six players comprising the Chiefs tight end corps sits at 24.8, with an average years of NFL experience among them at 2.6 years. The Chiefs have a pair of fifth-year pros and 27-year-olds in Richard Gordon and Ryan Taylor, a third-year pro in in 25-year-old Travis Kelce,…
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This was written in 2009. While not sports-related, it is relevant for the Memorial Day weekend in honor of a friend, mentor and great man, Army Sgt. Maj. Cornell Gilmore. Please remember what the holiday weekend is truly about.
PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This is obviously not related to sports or the Kansas City Chiefs, but it is a subject close to my heart. The below originally appeared in 2009 at the now-defunct website KCMetroSports.com, and was written to honor Army Sgt. Major Cornell Gilmore, a fallen comrade, mentor and friend. While it is common for the…
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Results of rookie minicamp leaves Reid impressed.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Chiefs wrapped up a three-day rookie minicamp on Monday, and the outcome left coach Andy Reid impressed. “I liked what I saw,” Reid said. “We looked a little bit bigger and faster and they picked it up well, so we’ll see how everything goes.” Of course, it can be difficult to…
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Day One notebook from rookie minicamp. 
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The biggest question entering the weekend surrounded where offensive lineman Mitch Morse would play during rookie minicamp. The Chiefs spent a second-round pick (49th overall) on the 6-6, 306-pound Morse during the 2015 NFL Draft, but the versatile offensive lineman’s specific role was unclear in the days after the annual selection…
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First-round pick Marcus Peters signs, bringing entire 2015 draft class under contract.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Chiefs will enter the weekend’s rookie minicamp with the 2015 NFL Draft class under contract. The Chiefs signed cornerback Marcus Peters, the team announced Friday evening. Peters’ deal comes after cornerback Steven Nelson’s signing appeared on Friday’s NFL Transaction report. The Chiefs also confirmed the Nelson, who was selected in…
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Draft picks LBs Wilson, Alexander agree to terms.  
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Two of the Chiefs’ nine selections from the 2015 NFL Draft are now aboard. The Chiefs and inside linebackers Ramik Wilson and D.J. Alexander agreed to contracts, sources familiar with the situation confirmed Monday afternoon with ChiefsDigest.com. The sources spoke on the condition of anonymity because the Chiefs have not announced…
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