Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 7/19

OAKLAND, CA - OCTOBER 23: Cornerback Brandon Flowers #24 of the Kansas City Chiefs makes an interception and returns it for a touchdown against the Oakland Raiders in the fourth quarter on October 23, 2011 at Coliseum in Oakland, California. The Chiefs won 28-0. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

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Though Gilberry's production as a reserve was significant, Kansas City has high hopes for Allen Bailey moving forward. The rookie out of Miami averaged close to 20 snaps per game last season pairing with Gilberry and veteran Amon Gordon as a sub-package reserve. Meanwhile, Gilberry's snaps decreased by 30% from the previous season.

Bailey is poised to take on an even bigger role this season with Gilberry's departure to Tampa Bay

Allen Bailey Billed As Under-The-Radar Prospect from The Mothership

Kansas City currently carries two fullbacks on its roster, though both are untested in NFL game action. Former seventh-round draft pick Shane Bannon will battle undrafted rookie Taylor Gentry for the job if Daboll opts for a traditional, hard-nosed blocking fullback...

...Peyton Hillis also has fullback experience, but the Daboll showed no signs of utilizing him at the position this offseason. Of course we haven't seen Hillis paired with Charles in the same backfield yet either.

Heartland Health Training Camp Preview: Running Backs from The Mothership

At least a dozen professional football players made the trek to Palm Beach for the Brandon Flowers Charity Weekend...

...Proceeds assist Prep & Sports, Inc., in its mission to change the lives of at-risk youth in Palm Beach County through programs that provide academic guidance and athletic performance training. Prep and Sports utilizes the ACT/SAT college standard test as a benchmark for a participant's success.

Brandon Flowers, an alum of the Prep & Sports program, was chairman of the weekend.

President Looking At Ritz-y Digs For Visit from The Palm Beach Daily News

A former Lincoln High School footballer is going pro.

Ethan Johnson reports to his NFL job with the Kansas City Chiefs on July 26, when he'll pursue a professional career as a defensive lineman; however, he almost had to put his career goals on hold...

...Early this year, during his senior season in college, and prior to the NFL draft, Johnson was ready to shut down his football life -- at least for a while -- to take care of his sick father.

Lincoln High Star Headed To NFL from KOIN Local 6

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: A third consecutive Chiefs-Broncos barnburner?
Denver and Kansas City split their two games last season, with the Chiefs pulling out a 7-3 victory in Week 17. Denver's O-line's dominance keyed the 17-10 win in Week 10, but the Chiefs repaid the favor in Week 17. A 21-yard first quarter touchdown run by Dexter McCluster, the game's only touchdown, helped Kansas City pull out a 7-3 victory at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

2012 Game-By-Game: Week 12 from

With the draft way in the rear view and training camps just a few weeks away, we continue our rookie personnel series with Greg Cosell of NFL Films and ESPN's "NFL Matchup," and talk about the NFL by division. Who did themselves the most favors in the draft, and who came up short when addressing their roster deficits?

The Shutdown Corner Podcast: Greg Cosell On The AFC West Rookies from Yahoo! Sports

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