Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 4/4

Good morning! Today's Kansas City Chiefs news includes uniforms, a rookie QB poll, and pro day/ visit updates. Enjoy!

"I want a uniform that is lightweight and durable," explained WR Dwayne Bowe, who served as Kansas City's player model at the launch. "I want it to be able to last four quarters without being drenched in water and I don't want it sagging down for guys to tackle me. This jersey is fitted for your body.

"With this technology, first off, the numbers are not as stiff. These jerseys are very flexible in the arms for making those tough catches that maybe you couldn't make before. It's just so comfortable; I can't even explain it to you. I had this on all day like it was a regular outfit, so you can imagine how I feel about the new uniforms."

Chiefs Uniforms Maintain Tradition While Undergoing Dramatic Technological Overhaul from The Mothership

Best overall pick: Eric Berry, Kansas City Chiefs, 2010, 5th overall. The Chiefs splurged by taking him that high, and he didn't disappoint as a rookie, making the Pro Bowl on the strength of making plays all over the field - including 92 tackles, two sacks and four interceptions. As much as they missed running back Jamaal Charles in their offense after tearing his ACL in Week 2, the same injury Berry suffered in Week 1 was a bigger season-ending blow.

Five-Year NFL Draft Review: At Safety, Tough To Match Berry-Thomas Combo Of '10 from Sporting News

This might be the right time for the Chiefs to draft a quarterback to develop to be a future starter. Presumed starter Matt Cassel turns 30 in May. It may be time to think of the future...

...Please take our poll and pick whom you think is the best fit for the Chiefs. Explain your reason why for your choice in the comment section below. We will review the poll results Wednesday.

Poll: Rookie QB For Kansas City from ESPN

LSU safety Brandon Taylor has visits with the Kansas City Chiefs, New York Jets and the Miami Dolphins, according to a league source.

Source: LSU Safety Brandon Taylor To Visit Chiefs, Jets and Dolphins from Gamecock Anthem

Triton senior Adam Bungumhas been selected as one of seven 2012 scholar-athlete award winners by the Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame...

...NFL and College Hall of Fame inductee Bobby Bell will be the featured speaker. Bell was a linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs and on the team that defeated the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl IV during the 1969 season.

The fifth annual event is open to the public. To purchase tickets, visit the Minnesota Chapter website at www.nffmn.org.

Local Sports Notebook: Bungum Receives Scholar-Athlete Award from The Post-Bulletin

The Broncos, Raiders and Chargers finished 8-8 with Denver prevailing as division winner via a tiebreaker. Kansas City was a game behind at 7-9. The Chiefs were a blocked field goal attempt against Oakland in Week 16 away from winning the division.

Each team marches toward 2012 with hopes of winning the division. While there is still some work to do in terms of the draft, let's play the "what if" game. Below is five ways each team in the division could win the AFC West in 2012 if certain things occur.

'What If' Game Relevant In AFC West from ESPN

The next quarterback at Auburn I remember was one of the better athletes to ever play the position at Auburn, Bobby Hunt. He was also a terrific leader and went on to a very successful career in pro football as a defensive back. He was a starter for the Kansas City Chiefs in the first Super Bowl.

Dye-Gest: AU Quarterbacks Through The Years from 'BamaMag.com

Could Kansas City be the ultimate destination for FAU running back Alfred Morris?

The Chiefs are showing some late interest in Morris. Kansas City is sending its running backs coach to Boca Raton today to check out Morris today.

Morris may also be heading to Kansas City for a workout in a couple of weeks.

Fred In Red? Kansas City Shows Interest In Morris from OWL Access

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