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 Good morning, and happy Thursday! Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news.

After making the Pro Bowl and helping the Chiefs to a division title as a rookie, Eric Berry is a logical candidate to become the NFL’s next great safety.

But for Berry to get there, the Chiefs may need to play him fewer snaps. Berry was the lone Chiefs player to participate in all of their defensive plays last season, according to statistics obtained by The Kansas City Star.

Berry also was in for almost half the Chiefs’ special-teams plays.

Eric Berry's Workload in 2010 Could Become Issue for Chiefs from KC Star

History tells us the Baldwin effect will be limited. Rookie wide receivers have the toughest time making a production mark on NFL offenses, maybe tougher than any other position save quarterback.

Pull back the numbers on rookie wide receivers and their ability to produce in the National Football League and it's not pretty.

The Baldwin Effect?... Morning Cup O'Chiefs from Bob Gretz

Despite getting fewer carries than Thomas Jones, Jamaal Charles was in the game as the featured back on far more plays. Charles played 587 snaps, or 53 percent, while Jones played 450 snaps, or 41 percent.

Examining the Chiefs' 2010 Playing-Time Breakdown from KC Star

Analysis - Really seems to go down as a jack of all trades and master of none. He was not on the radar for many teams after his senior season, and interest got ginned up after his workout when he put up some nice numbers. So is he a player or just a guy that was good in his gym shorts?

Player Profile - DE/LB Gabe Miller from Bob Gretz

Recently, the Chiefs Ambassadors pledged funding for the Shawnee Mission School District's 25th Annual Olympic Festival. Held inside District Stadium at Shawnee Mission South High School, the competition reinforced the PLAY 60 message of eating right and getting at least 60 minutes of activity per day.

Chiefs Community Caring Team Partners With Local Olympic Festival from The Mothership

Any hunter or fisherman knows that wild game and fish - and the hunting and fishing that goes with getting it - makes for the healthiest food you can get for your family. But probably few of us knew it could build a body and a spirit that could win football games in the toughest arena on earth. This is a great story about Kansas City Chiefs new defensive end Allen Bailey, who comes from a tiny community of subsistence and sport hunters and fishermen on Georgia's Sapelo Island.

How KC Chiefs' Allen Bailey Got This Big Raised On Wild Game and Fish from Field & Stream

What key event significantly changed the fortunes of the Chiefs -- for better or worse? Give us your take and we'll give you our definitive moment May 24. 

Let's start with the franchise's move from Dallas to Kansas City in 1963. This is a historic franchise and it all really began with this move.

Flash Points: Chiefs Defining Moment from ESPN

I kept hearing that the New Orleans Saints got the guys who should have been Patriots - Cam Jordan and Mark Ingram. But if you like the Patriots and wanted to flip drafts with any team, the Chiefs might be the ones.

Enemy Intel: How'd the Chiefs Do in the Draft? from

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