Good morning! Today's Kansas City Chiefs news includes DJ breaking into the NFL's top 100, a Poe sighting, and just what 130 rushing yards means to KC's chances to win. Enjoy.
Derrick Johnsoncontinues to gain recognition for the career-year he turned in last season.
The leader of Kansas City's defense was voted by his peers around the league as the NFL's 78thbest player on NFL Network's Top 100 series Wednesday night.
Derrick Johnson Cracks NFL Top 100 At No. 78 from The Mothership
Rookies will begin arriving in Kansas City for the three-day camp that begins Friday and their arrival in town will give them a chance to put ink to paper and then the Chiefs a chance to announce those deals.
The Chiefs And Their Draft Picks from The Red Zone
KC Star Video: Raw Video: Chiefs' DBs Host Play 60 Challenge
NFL.com Video: Top 100 Players Of 2012: Derrick Johnson
KC Star Photo Gallery: Play 60 Challenge At Northview Elementary In Olathe
There's a reason you treat Jamaal Charles like a Faberge egg, even though he can already cut on a dime again. There's a reason you take a flier on Peyton Hillis, even though he allegedly pouted his way out of Cleveland. There's a reason you find a creative way to use Dexter McCluster's wheels.
And the reason is this: When Romeo Crennel's teams run the ball respectably, they win 75 percent of the time. Seventy-five. Think about that.
Old School Is New School For Crennel, Chiefs from FS Midwest
Former Kansas City Chiefs Fullback Tony Richardson will help kick off the 34th Annual HK's Hospital Benefit Golf Tournament at a VIP/Celebrity Party scheduled 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 1, at The Lodge of Four Seasons.
Chiefs' Tony Richardson To Headline HK's Fundraiser from Lake News Online
Carthon will head the pro personnel department and Morton will become the Rams' college scouting director...
...Carthon's father, Maurice, is a former NFL running back and the assistant head coach with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Carthon, Morton Leave To Join Rams' Front Office from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Agent Jimmy Sexton and Dontari Poe, the first-round draft pick by the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs, sat courtside next to the Clippers' bench. Titans safety Robert Johnson and cornerback Alterraun Verner were in the stands.
NBA Playoff Roundup: Heat Oust Knicks; Grizzlies Beat Clippers To Force Game 6 from The Amarillo Globe-News