Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 4/26

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Good morning! Here is your Kansas City Chiefs news! Happy Weekend!

Kansas City Chiefs 2014 Road Preview from The Mothership

When the 2014 Kansas City Chiefs regular season schedule was announced on Wednesday, coach Reid said, "This allows us to get started preparing for our opponents in the order we play them."

Kansas City's eight road opponents on this year's schedule, previewed below, combined for a 40-24 record at home in 2013.

Arrowhead Art Collection from The Mothership

On Friday morning, the 17th piece of the Arrowhead Art Collection was installed just outside the stadium at Gate F. It is the first freestanding outdoor sculpture, designed by renowned artist Jun Kaneko.

The Arrowhead Art Collection began in 2012, as a way to bring art and sports together. The program was designed to help promote regional culture, provide educational opportunities for the youth of Kansas City and to engage the community.

This Trade Would Make Sense For The Chiefs from ESPN

Along comes Mark Dominik, the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager and before that a scout for the Chiefs, with a proposed trade between the Chiefs and Houston Texans. The Chiefs would send their first- and fourth-round picks (23rd and 124th overall) to Houston. In return, Kansas City would receive Houston's second- and third-round picks (33 and 65).

Browns Name Jamil Northcutt Director Of Player Engagement from

Northcutt comes to the Browns after serving six years (2008-14) as assistant athletics director for internal operations at the University of Mississippi.

Before that position at his alma mater, Northcutt spent three years (2005-08) with the Kansas City Chiefs as player development coordinator. In that role, he served as liaison between players and coaches, administrators and external resources. Northcutt also managed the career-internship, continuing-education and financial-education programs for players.

23 Teams Were In Attendance At Cody Latimer's Friday Workout from

There are a number of teams picking in the 20s and later that need wide receivers -- the Carolina PanthersGreen Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, EaglesNew England PatriotsSan Diego Chargers and San Francisco 49ers are examples. The flipside: Because the receiver class is so deep -- and productive guys can be found on the third day -- teams might be willing to bypass receivers early in favor of other positions, then circle around and grab some on the second and third days.

Denver Broncos 2014 NFL Schedule Has Dangerous Spots from The Guardian Liberty Voice

After a home game against the Dolphins, the Broncos will venture on to Kansas City for their third Sunday Night Football date against the Chiefs. A late-November game outdoors in Arrowhead is enough to get any team's attention. A national TV audience and a late start will only add to the excitement.

PSU Joins KSU And KU In EPA's Food Recovery Program from The Hays Post

Lenexa- EPA Region 7 is announcing nine new collegiate members of EPA's Food Recovery Challenge (FRC), a national initiative aimed at encouraging businesses, organizations and institutions to actively participate in food waste prevention, surplus food donation and food waste recycling activities...

...The nine new collegiate members will join 10 other member organizations already participating in the FRC in Region 7: the Kansas City Chiefs; St. Louis CardinalsKansas State University; St. Louis Blues Hockey; University of Kansas; University of Missouri-Columbia; University of Missouri-Kansas City; University of Northern Iowa; Society of St. Andrew; and Harvest Café and Wine Bar.

An Early Forecast For The 2014 Buffalo Bills from WHAM

Week 10 (Sunday, Nov. 9) home vs. Kansas City - The Chiefs started 9-0 last season, including a 23-13 win in Buffalo. I think the Bills can turn the tables on a top effort off their bye week in this pivotal game...Bills record: 6-3.

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