Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs news 6/7

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Denver Broncos rank third in ESPN.com NFL roster rankings | Mile High Report

The Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers top the Broncos above the list, with the New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles rounding out the Top 5, however, there does appear to be a significant talent drop between the three teams at the top and the rest. Case in point, the Kansas City Chiefs sit at the 10th position, but they have six "below average" starters and one "poor" starter.

Forget The Chiefs’ Contracts, Pay Attention To This Number | Arrowhead Addict

So where are the Chiefs going to get the money to re-sign these guys? Well, that’s why the most important number in all of this discussion is the number we don’t currently know — the 2015 salary cap.

Kansas City Chiefs 2014 Training Camp Profile: Dee Ford | Rant Sports

I’m not a fan of drafting projects and that’s the type of player Ford is. Kansas City’s general manager John Dorsey said Ford was the second best pass rusher in this draft class. When asked about his role, Dorsey said Ford will spell players and he will give Houston and Hali the ability to stay fresh so that they will be able to be effective later in the game.

Confidence grows at Chiefs tight end position | Chiefs Spin

Considered a strength on offense heading into the 2013 regular season, the Chiefs’ tight ends finished with the worst production in Reid’s system since his former Philadelphia Eagles tight ends recorded 49 catches for 552 yards and three touchdowns in 2007.

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