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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 3/28

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Good morning Chiefs fans. NJ Chiefs Fan is off one more day so you're stuck with me doing Arrowheadlines. Here are this morning's Kansas City Chiefs links:

During the NFL lockout, workouts are an iffy proposition -
There have been no reports so far of Chiefs players chasing other interests beyond the offseason normal. "Nothing that I’m aware of," veteran safety Jon McGraw said. "The last couple of years, we’ve been working hard to prepare guys for this point. We’ve encouraged them with a number of specific things they could do financially to save money to make sure they’re prepared for this period. Our hope is and our understanding is that all the guys have done that.

Full List of Draft Picks Announced for Buccaneers - Bucs Nation
Specifically it was unclear what picks had been dealt to the Kansas City Chiefs for DE Alex Magee. It's now clear that the Bucs traded away their first fifth-round pick and received Kansas City's sixth round pick in return. 

Chiefs Players Won’t Take Risks With Offseason Workouts
Because of the NFL lockout, Kansas City Chiefs safety Jon McGraw and center Rudy Niswanger will have to organize team conditioning sessions to prepare for the battles that will occur on the football field as soon whenever the court battles are done.

Flint's Brandon Carr tries not to get discouraged with NFL lockout in full throttle |
Coming off his third year as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs, former Carman-Ainsworth standout Brandon Carr was prepared for this moment. The cornerback has been keeping a watchful eye on the situation.

Holding The Keys: Offensive Tackle -

How the Chiefs choose to improve depth at the position is one of the more interesting story lines of the off-season. Just three tackles are currently under contract for 2011 – starters Branden Albert and Barry Richardson, as well as converted defensive lineman Bobby Greenwood