Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 4/9

Good morning! We have a pretty good day of Kansas City Chiefs news articles for you. [Note: Chiefs' PR, be sure to pay attention to the Joe Delaney Park story. Would be nice to see some organizational involvement there. Thanks.] Enjoy!

20 Years Of Chiefs First Round Draft Picks from The Mothership

The 2014 NFL Draft is now less than one month away, occurring May 8-10th, when the Kansas City Chiefs will officially be on the clock with the 23rd selection of the first round. Below is a look back at the players the Chiefs selected with their first-round draft choices, during the last 20 years, including stats from their rookie campaigns.

OL Eric Fisher - 2013 NFL Draft - First Round - (First overall)

Fisher joined the Chiefs as the club's first-round draft choice (first overall) in the 2013 NFL Draft. He was the first of five offensive tackles taken in last year's draft class and the first of nine offensive linemen taken in the first round.

Chiefs Honored At NY Festivals from The Mothership

The Kansas City Chiefs in-house production company, 65 Toss Power Trap Productions (65TPT), was honored at the New York Festivals International TV & Film Awards.

The Chiefs received one Silver and one Bronze World Medal at the annual gala in Las Vegas on Tuesday evening. They were in good company, as other finalists included CNN, HBO, CBS Sports, other NFL teams, ESPN and more.

KCChiefs.com Photo Gallery: Round 1 Draft Picks

Here's Some Receiving Hope For The Chiefs from ESPN

On Monday, I noted the Kansas City Chiefs have none of the 14 players ESPN's Matt Williamson listed as true No. 1 receivers. The Chiefs were also shut out from Williamson's list of 11 receivers who deserve honorable mention...

...Williamson has followed up by issuing a list of 13 young receivers who could someday become true No. 1 receivers...

...The Chiefs again have none of the 13. But Williamson also mentions seven other receivers as worth considering for his list. They do have one of those players: tight end Travis Kelce.

Chiefs Seek Beneficiary For 2015 Charity Game from Kansas City Business Journal

The Kansas City Chiefs announced that they are open to receiving requests from local nonprofits that wish to become the beneficiary of the 2015 Charity Game.

The Chiefs annual charity game is held during the preseason, typically in August. The game has raised more than $4.5

Some Potential Holes KC Might Look To Fill from ESPN

Other useful players who could become free agents next year: center Rodney Hudson and defensive lineman Allen Bailey. Whether or not the Chiefs draft players at those positions this year could signal their intentions to re-sign those players before they get a chance to depart.

Haughton Building First Town Park, Student Helps Raise Funds from KSLA

The Town of Haughton is getting ready to have its own place to play.

The Bossier Parish town currently doesn't have its own park, but six acres of land has been recently acquired for a community green space, which will be named Joe Delaney Memorial Park, after a Haughton hero...

...The park will honor the memory of Joe Delaney, a Haughton High School grad who went on to play football in the NFL for the Kansas City Chiefs during the 1980s.

He died in 1983 while trying to save three kids from drowning while visiting a park in Monroe. Years ago, the town built a park to honor the athlete, but town leaders said it was too small and sold it to the school board. Alexander hopes the new park will be different.

Several Tigers Look To Improve Their Worth At Pro Day from The Daily Reveille

Beckham's stock has been skyrocketing this offseason. On the off chance he falls to the Saints at the No. 27 pick, they'll take him in the first round, Holder said, but more likely he'll go to the New York Jets at No. 18 or the Kansas City Chiefs at No. 23.

"I don't really think this Pro Day is going to help [Beckham] or hurt him," Holder said. "I think a lot of teams already view him pretty highly."

NFL Linebacker Using Curious Oxygen Deprivation To Get In Shape For Season from Yahoo! Sports

A former All-Big East selection at Rutgers, Westerman currently trains during the offseason at TEST Sports Clubs in central New Jersey along with current NFL players such as Cleveland Browns cornerback Royce Adams, Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Ropati Pitoitua, Minnesota Vikings guard Vlad Ducasse and former NFL linebacker Bart Scott, among others. Westerman has played with five NFL teams in his five seasons, including Indianapolis and Pittsburgh last year, and is currently looking to latch on with a team. He should be in good shape when the call comes.

Alabama's Cyrus Kouandjio Extends Workout For NFL Scouts from NFL.com

Scouts from the New Orleans Saints, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland RaidersSan Diego ChargersCincinnati BengalsWashington Redskins andPhiladelphia Eagles were among the clubs with scouting representation at the workout. Kouandjio wasn't the only attraction, however. Linebacker Adrian Hubbard, defensive end Ed Stinson and safety Vinnie Sunseri were among other pro prospects who took part.

Source: Lynchburg Corner Keith Lewis Visited Raiders, To Work Out For Chiefs from National Football Post

Virginia-Lynchburg cornerback Keith Lewis visited the Oakland Raiders on Monday and has a private workout with the Kansas City Chiefs next week, according to a league source.

At the Richmond Pro Day, Lewis ran the 40-yard dash in 4.45 seconds.

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