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NFLN survey/popular coach: Chiefs - ESPN

Andy Reid received 22 votes and finished tied for fifth place with Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots as the head coach players would most like to work for in ESPN's NFL Nation Confidential survey.

Branden Albert likely Cardinals' first priority in free agency -

Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Branden Albert is likely to be the top free agent target of the Arizona Cardinals, according to FOX Sports 910 Phoenix. Albert is coming off his sixth season and first Pro Bowl selection after being franchise tagged by the Chiefs last offseason.

Kansas City Chiefs far off pace in rookie starts, snaps - ESPN

Colleague Mike Sando compiled a list of games started and snap counts for rookies for each of the 32 teams this season. The Kansas City Chiefs, who had the first overall pick in the draft, were 19th in games started (22) and 20th in snaps played by rookies (1,723). It’s unusual for a team with a 2-14 record from the previous season to get such little use from their rookies.

Conway loves its 'Chief' -

Former Conway football star Junior Hemingway received a hero’s welcome during a ceremony in his honor Friday night in the gymnasium where he starred in high school basketball. Hemingway, who recently completed his second season in the NFL, was recognized by CHS Coach Chuck Jordan for the many contributions he and other members of his family have made to the school over the years.

Super Bowl: Where to watch the game in KC - Kansas City Star

In each of the last three years, the NFL’s championship game has attracted more than 100 million viewers. Here, then, is our guide for where you can watch the big game and score some special deals.

The Kansas City Chiefs Up-Front Play in 2013 -

And, it should come as no surprise that the 2013 Chiefs team, coached by Andy Reid, a former offensive lineman (tackle/guard) at BYU, as well as former NFL offensive linemen, Andy Heck (Chiefs OL coach) and Eugene Chung (assistant OL coach), took pride in producing impressive, yard-gaining stats that helped lead to points. Kansas City ranked tied for sixth in total points scored (26.9 avg.) in 2013 and below is a brief, statistical look at the guys who helped move the ball, down the field.

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