Good morning! Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy.
A handful of the 17 college prospects invited to the Chiefs local Pro Day Tuesday afternoon will find their way onto an NFL roster this fall. Maybe even in Kansas City.
For the majority, however, the five-hour Pro Day represented a once in a lifetime opportunity to train in front of NFL coaches inside a team facility.
Chiefs 2012 Local Pro Day Recap from The Mothership
Polian agrees with speculation that the Kansas City Chiefs, who've shown interest in other quarterbacks this offseason -- they attempted to lure Peyton Manning and had interviews with Griffin -- would strongly consider Tannehill should he drop past the Browns.
Irsay: Want Tannehill? Better Call Zygifrom CBS Sports
I'm a Ricky Stanzi fan. Let's make that clear. Do I think he's the next Joe Montana? No. However, I believe he has the potential to become a top tier QB in the NFL. What do I base that on? Not much really. Mostly because they haven't given us much.
However... I have a feeling.
I believe in Ricky Stanzi.
Where's Ricky? from Arrowhead Addict
For the small-college superstar, the path to the National Football League is narrow and fraught with difficulties and doubters at every turn.
Ottawa wide receiver and return specialist Clarence Anderson is walking down that path at this very moment...
...Along with a workout with the Kansas City Chiefs scheduled for later this month, he's also got a workout scheduled with several Canadian Football League teams on April 24 in Houston.
Clarence Anderson Works For A Shot At The NFL from The Wichita Eagle
Youth Football Clinic. A Largo native and current NFL player will share the importance of hard work and reaching goals with local youth. The 2nd Annual Dexter McCluster Youth Football Clinic is Saturday, April 14 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. The free clinic will be at the Largo Sports Complex, 1640 McMullen Rd.
Weekend Things To Do: April 13-15 from LargoPatch
One local judge told the newspaper, "Mr. Anjorin is our Nigerian nightmare." (We suspect the judge was referring to Christian Emeka Okoye, the famous Nigerian-American running back for the Kansas City Chiefs, whose nickname was the "Nigerian Nightmare.")
Michigan Lawyer Disbarred For Never Having License In First Place from The Wall Street Journal