Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 4/15

FOXBORO, MA - NOVEMBER 21: Dexter McCluster #22 of the Kansas City Chiefs tries to avoid Rob Ninkovich #50 of the New England Patriots on November 21, 2011 at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Good morning! Here is your Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy!

On May 22, 1963, Chiefs Founder Lamar Hunt announced he was relocating his professional football franchise to Kansas City from Dallas. Four days later, the Dallas Texans officially became your Kansas City Chiefs.

In celebration of the club's 50 years in Kansas City, Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt informed fans on Saturday that all season ticket account holders - both existing and new accounts - will be given one personalized Chiefs Nike jersey per account to honor them for their support and enthusiasm over the years.

Chiefs Gift All Season Ticket Account Holders Personalized Nike Jersey from The Mothership

Dexter McCluster of the Kansas City Chiefs held his second-annual Youth Football Clinic at the Largo Sports Complex.

Dozens of football hopefuls between the ages of eight and 17 took part in the event with the second-year NFL running back. McCluster, 23, earned a letter in basketball, track and field and football during his prep career at Largo High School.

NFL Running Back Gives Back To Community from My FOX Tampa Bay

The Chiefs Online Pro Shop is now accepting pre-orders for team's new Nike game jersey. Pre-orders are currently scheduled to ship April 27th.

Chiefs Online Pro Shop:

Chiefs Online Pro Shop Accepting Nike Jersey Pre-Orders from The Mothership

The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Saturday that they would be giving away one of the new Nike team jerseys to each of their season ticket account holders in honor of the franchise's 50th season in Kansas City. Each account holder can personalize their jersey with whatever name, number and size they choose.

Therefore, if you've ever wanted to see your name on the back of a #16 Lenny Dawson jersey, knock yourself out. It's free.

KC Chiefs Giving New Nike Team Jersey Free To All Season Ticket Account Holders from

University of Georgia center Ben Jones has worked out for the Baltimore Ravens.

The All-Southeastern Conference blocker visits the Philadelphia Eagles this weekend.

Jones has also had private workouts with the Eagles, New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs, Atlanta Falcons, Cincinnati Bengals and the St. Louis Rams.

Ravens Work Out Center from The Annapolis Capital

University of Montana All-American cornerback Trumaine Johnson is scheduled to visit the Kansas City Chiefs and the Atlanta Falcons this week to wrap up a busy schedule.

Johnson visited the New York Jets earlier this week and has previously visited the Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots, Arizona Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts, Carolina Panthers, Minnesota Vikings and Miami Dolphins, according to a league source.

Trumaine Johnson Visiting Chiefs, Falcons Has Visited Jets, Eagles, Patriots, Others from

DeCastro plays with great competitiveness on every snap. His determination, combined with his top-level athleticism, makes him a rare prospect. Despite his average playing strength, his usually solid technique enables him to produce at a high level.

We believe both the Kansas City Chiefs (who draft 11th overall) and Arizona Cardinals (13th) will strongly consider picking him in the first half of the first round.

2012 NFL Draft Countdown: SN's No. 11 Prospect, Stanford G David DeCastro from SportingNews

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