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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs News 3/29

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Good morning everyone. Here's today's Kansas City Chiefs news. This first story is a good one on a potential Chiefs draft interest.

The Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills, Tennessee Titans, Philadelphia Eagles and Houston Texans were among the teams present for Hamilton's Pro Day, as confirmed in an email exchange with Ryan McGinty, Prairie View A&M sports information director.

With the spotlight on, Hamilton said he was confident entering the workouts and it went well.

Big 12 to SWAC - NFL remained the goal | The Top Spin

The Badgers have been producing NFL linemen for years, but last year was a big haul, as three were selected. Since the 2000 NFL Draft, there have been 12 offensive linemen taken with college roots with the Badgers.

This year it's C Peter Konz and Zeitler, one of the higher rated guards in this '12 draft class. At a position group know for a work ethic that never quits among the best players, Zeitler is one of a kind in Madison. He works so much and with a quiet personality, his teammates have taken to calling him a "robot."

Top 100 prospects - G Kevin Zeitler | Bob Gretz

Todd McShay's two-round mock draft | ESPN

Put it this way - it's rare to find a sports city that hosts multiple professional teams where the NFL team doesn't dominate headlines even during the offseason, if there is such a thing when it comes to American football.

Can anyone in Kansas City honestly say it's not a Chiefs town?

It's the NFL's world | The Top Spin

As of now, the major dominoes at quarterback have fallen. Some are left empty-handed and the quarterback situations in Cleveland and Miami are laughable. The Chiefs, in other words, have a better situation than others in the NFL. However, that doesn't negate the fact that change was expected and, thus far, not quite delivered. Given the dearth of free agent quarterbacks left on the market, it's likely that the NFL Draft is only place left for change (unless a trade magically opens up somehow).

Chiefs and the possibility of Ryan Tannehill | SB Nation Kansas City

The Chiefs are going back to their bread-and-butter of 2010 and they're going to pound the rock early and often. While most of today's NFL has become pass-happy and these spread offenses have become the newest fad, there's still something about the physical nature of running the football that gets the crowd on their feet and screaming. Sure, it's cool when your quarterback is chucking it all over the field and defenses can't stop you from passing the ball. But it's a whole different kind of animal when you can see the offensive line and running backs just physically dominating the line of scrimmage.

Peyton Hillis will be a fan favorite | SB Nation Kansas City

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