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Pre-Training Camp Overview Of The Chiefs Offense from Chiefs Spin
And once the entire team is together, training camp will transform into a battlefield for numerous positions with some players returning from 2013 competing for a job.
Barring changes, the team currently sits at the maximum allowed of 90 players on the offseason roster, which breaks down to 46 on offense and 44 on defense.
An overview of defense will follow in the coming days, but here's how the positions shape out on offense.
How Much Is Too Much For Dontari Poe from ESPN
"To get him off the field you have to pull him off. He's not one to tap out. That's not how he goes. You monitor that the best way you can. We didn't see a decline in his play as the season wore on. There are a handful of teams that do what we do where you play certain guys a high percent of the plays.''
Those players usually aren't defensive linemen. So it wouldn't be a bad idea for the Chiefs to search for a nose tackle capable of giving Poe some occasional rest.
Kansas City Chiefs - TeamReport from The Global Post
Chiefs want to start in mid-season form
When they begin training camp practice July 24 at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Mo., the Kansas City Chiefs do not want to pick up where they left off last season.
They will prefer to play back to the level that took them to a 9-0 start in 2013 rather than their 2-5 stretch run. But the players are certain they have what it takes, especially in coach Andy Reid.
Oakland Raiders: Matchups To Exploit Against Chiefs from Golden Gate Sports
Denarius Moore against Husain Abdullah
There are a lot of doubts surrounding the situation regarding wide receiver Denarius Moore and whether he has a long-term future with the Raiders. Still, for the time being, he remains a key part of their corps and against Kansas City could prove quite valuable on deep throws. One area of the Chiefs' defense that was exposed somewhat last year was their ability to cover deep.
Four Things To Do In Qatar This Weekend (July 3-5) from The Doha News
NFL star Husain Abdullah of the Kansas City Chiefs visits Aspire: This athlete will hold two sessions on July 7, giving attendees a crash course in American football. Young people ages 10 - 18 years old will train with Abdullah from 9:30am to 10:45 am, while those above 18 years old can train from 11am to 1pm. The event is free, but prior registration is required as spaces are limited. Abdullah will also be signing autographs on July 8 and 9. To register, email email@example.com.
Berry Family Continues Football Legacy from The Daily Beacon
This fall Tennessee football fans will be able to see many legacy players take to the field for the first time. Two of the six legacy commitments from the class of 2014 are brothers Elliot and Evan Berry.
The Berry family will now join the Colquitt's and become the only family to have four members play football for the Volunteers, as their father (James) and brother (Eric) left a trail to follow in Knoxville.
While the two brothers may never match the career numbers that Eric Berry set-14 career interceptions and a record 494 interception return yards-they still will bring a skill set to the field that should be beneficial to their new team.
The Arizona Cardinals return home for their seventh home game of the season and a daunting task awaits them, as the Kansas City Chiefs come to town for a very unusual match-up. The Cardinals run defense will be totally on display in this game as they are facing a running force in the one man wrecking crew that is Jamaal Charles. Charles does it all for his team on the ground and thru the air at the same speed, which is fast.
Closing Of Lewis Wallace Saddens Many Former Hornet Athletes from nwitimes.com
"To close it is so sad," Templin said. "There is such a great heritage there of great teams and great athletes. I cannot believe that there will no longer be a Lew Wallace High School and that feeling touches a lot of people."
Hank Stram won three American Football League championships, leading the Kansas City Chiefs to the Super Bowl IV title. Stram was a Hornet, a 1941 grad.