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Good morning. Here's your Kansas City Chiefs news.

Nearly 8,000 homes were destroyed in the single deadliest tornado to hit the United States since 1950 and thousands of Joplin residents remain homeless nearly a year later.

Players, coaches, alumni, broadcasters and front office staff members from each organization will serve alongside fans and volunteers to help build 35 new homes divided into seven different neighborhoods. The construction of the seven neighborhoods will be spearheaded by an individual team and their fans.

Chiefs Team-Up For Governor's Joplin Challenge from The Mothership

I think it is a smart move for the Chiefs to at least see what Routt is looking for and to give themselves options in case they think Carr will leave. Because there is so much interest in Routt, this process could take some time.

Chiefs' Interest In Routt Makes Sense from ESPN

The person, who requested anonymity, said Bicknell met with Kansas City earlier this week.

It's unclear where the Chiefs, who must replace the recently retired Bill Muir, are in the interview process and where Bicknell stands among the list of candidates.

Giants Assistant Jack Bicknell Interviewing For Kansas City Chiefs' Offensive-Line Coaching Spot from NJ.com

Unless Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III defy the trend of top-rated quarterbacks choosing not to throw at the Scouting Combine, talent evaluators are going to have a tough time seeing both throw prior to the 2012 draft.

That's because Stanford and Baylor have each scheduled their on-campus "Pro Day" workouts on March 22, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The conflicting schedule could force teams to split up their decision-makers to take in the workouts.

Stanford, Baylor Each Schedule March 22 Pro Days from CBS Sports

Kansas City center Casey Wiegmann

Comment: Wiegmann, 38, has considered retirement the past few seasons and he has always come back for one more season. It could happen again. The word is, though, Wiegmann may take his time on his decision.

AFC West Retirement Watch from ESPN

Dwayne Bowe was Kansas City's No. 1 receiver when Phil Emery was with Kansas City Chiefs personnel. Bowe has shown some toughness questions, which won't play well in the meeting rooms of coach Darryl Drake and offense of Mike Tice, and his 4 catches for 49 yards didn't include the Hail Mary this season.

Buyer Beware: Top Wide Receivers On The Market from CSN Chicago