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The bust of busts -- BobGretz.com
Certainly the most disastrous first-round choice in franchise history, Jenkins played in just nine games. He went from starter, to backup, to waiver wire in the span of three weeks in the 1997 season. He never played again.
Chiefs' Draft Prospectus: Part V | Upon Further Review
Kansas City has three selections in this round, picks #136, #142 and #144. With so many needs and the overall depth of this draft, these selections could provide an eventual starter or two. I'll breakdown ten prospects who could interest the Chiefs in their last round of the draft.
Hometown boy Lilja excited to be back with the Chiefs - KansasCity.com
Ryan Lilja is no longer the fresh-faced kid from Shawnee Mission Northwest and Kansas State. He appeared in front of Kansas City reporters Thursday for the first time since he rejoined the Chiefs last month and did so with full beard and plenty of gray in his hair.
Source: Tony Pike visited Browns, Chiefs, Broncos | National Football Post
University of Cincinnati quarterback Tony Pike conducted private workouts with the Denver Broncos, Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings, Jacksonville Jaguars and the Seattle Seahawks, according to a source close to the program with knowledge of the situation.
NFL rookie wage scale is broken; here's how to fix it - Ross Tucker - SI.com
The exorbitant money being doled out to the first 10-15 picks in the NFL draft has gotten out of hand. And there are a multitude of reasons why the NFL needs to revamp the current system for paying its rookies. Here's a look at why rookie compensation should -- and likely will -- be fixed before a new collective bargaining agreement is signed: