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Chiefs Offseason Continues with NFL Combine



The NFL Combine starts today and runs through February 24th.  Groups of players will start heading to Lucas Oil Stadium, home of the Colts, in Indianapolis.  The players will arrive starting today and continuing through Friday. 

Here's the schedule for the first set of arrivals:

Today: Travel, Registration, Pre-exam & X-ray, Orientation, Interviews

Thursday: Measurements, Exams, Media, Psych Tests, Interviews

Friday: NFLPA Meeting, Psych Tests, PK/ST Workout, Interviews

Saturday: Workout (timing, stations, skill drills), Departure

Coverage will begin on the NFL Network at 1:30PM on Thursday and Friday. will have live streams of some portions starting on Saturday. The league also has a Combine Blog.  For those of you who have the Network, let us know what they're saying. The Combine also has its own website.

Today's group includes Special teams, Kickers, Offensive Linemen and Tight Ends.

Click through to see the full list of participants for each of these positions.

Out of today's participants, which players should the Chiefs be keeping their eye on?

Tight Ends

Travis Beckum, Wisconsin; Marquez Branson, Central Arkansas; Jared Bronson, Central Washington; James Casey, Rice; Chase Coffman, Missouri; Jared Cook, South Carolina; Davon Drew, East Carolina; Dan Gronkowski, Maryland; Anthony Hill, N.C. State; Cornelius Ingram, Florida; D.J. Johnson, Arkansas State; Brian Mandeville, Northeastern; Cameron Morrah, California; Rob Myers, Utah State; Shawn Nelson, Southern Miss; Richard Quinn, North Carolina; Bear Pascoe, Fresno State; Brandon Pettigrew, Oklahoma State; John Phillips, Virginia; Kory Sperry, Colorado State; Eddie Williams, Idaho

Offensive Tackles

Will Beatty, Connecticut; Joel Bell, Furman; Alex Boone, Ohio State; Robert Brewster, Ball State; Eben Britton, Arizona; Gerald Cadogan, Penn State; Ramon Foster, Tennessee; Xavier Fulton, Illinois; Andrew Gardner, Georgia Tech; Dan Gay, Baylor; Troy Kropog, Tulane; Andy Levitre, Oregon State; Cornelius Lewis, Tennessee State; Kyle Link, McNeese State; Phil Loadholt, Oklahoma; Ryan McKee, Southern Miss; Maurice Miller, Mississippi; Eugene Monroe, Virginia; Lydon Murtha, Nebraska; Michael Oher, Mississippi; Gus Parrish, Kent State; Garrett Reynolds, North Carolina; Andre Smith, Alabama; Jason Smith, Baylor; Fenuki Tupou, Oregon; Jose Valdez, Arkansas; Jason Watkins, Florida


Roger Allen, Missouri Western; Travis Bright, BYU; Trevor Canfield, Cincinnati; C.J. Davis, Pittsburgh; Paul Fanaika, Arizona State; Ray Feinga, BYU; Tyronne Green, Auburn; Greg Isdaner, West Virginia; Herman Johnson, LSU; Andy Kemp, Wisconsin; Jamon Meredith, South Carolina; Seth Olsen, Iowa; Anthony Parker, Tennessee; Duke Robinson, Oklahoma; Matt Slauson, Nebraska; Jaimie Thomas, Maryland; Kraig Urbik, Wisconsin; Louis Vasquez, Texas Tech; Brandon Walker, Oklahoma


Rob Bruggeman, Iowa; Antoine Caldwell, Alabama; Jon Cooper, Oklahoma; Robby Felix, UTEP; Alex Fletcher, Stanford; Juan Garcia, Washington; Brett Helms, LSU; Jon Luigs, Arkansas; Alex Mack, California; A.Q. Shipley, Penn State; Max Unger, Oregon; Edwin Williams, Maryland; Eric Wood, Louisville


Justin Brantly, Texas A&M (P); David Buehler, USC (K); Britton Colquitt, Tennessee (P); Matt Fodge, Oklahoma State (K); Graham Gano, Florida State (P); Kevin Huber, Cincinnati (P); Jose Martinez, UTEP (K); Tim Masthay, Kentucky (K); Thomas Morstead, SMU (P); Louie Sakoda, Utah (K); Sam Swank, Wake Forest (K)

Long Snappers

Sean Griffin, Michigan; Jacob Ingram, Hawaii

H/T Pro Football Talk for the list of invites.


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