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Good morning! Here is your Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy.

Truman Medical Centers (TMC), in conjunction with the Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund; W.I.C.; the U.S. Army; Healthcare USA; the University of Missouri Kansas City Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing and Pharmacy; Metcalf Bank; Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences; and the U.S. Navy will hold the second-annual Touchdown Family Fest on Saturday, April 7 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Arrowhead Stadium (1 Arrowhead Drive, Kansas City, Mo).

Touchdown Family Fest is a FREE citywide health and wellness extravaganza that offers health screenings for blood pressure, cholesterol, weight management, glaucoma, and diabetes at no charge.

Chiefs, Truman Medical Center To Hold 2nd Annual Touchdown Family Fest At Arrowhead from The Mothership

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver and former Largo Packer Dexter McCluster will be hosting the second annual Dexter McCluster Youth Football Clinic on Saturday, April 14, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Largo Sports Complex, 1640 McMullen Road.

Largo Football Star Hosts Clinic from Tampa Bay Newspapers

The Kansas City Chiefs joined its Red Coaters organization in welcoming 14 new apprentices to the program and recognizing 16 members for service anniversaries. The recognition was part of the annual meeting, luncheon and awards ceremony held at the Arrowhead Stadium Tower Club on Saturday March 31.

Chiefs Celebrate Red Coaters With Awards Banquet from The Mothership

Could the next in the line of overpaid cornerbacks be the Cowboys' latest free-agent acquisition, Brandon Carr, who the Cowboys signed from the Kansas City Chiefs for $50.1 million.

Cowboys owner/GM Jerry Jones sure thinks so, but with a qualifer.

"We know we overpaid to get Carr," Jones said at the NFL meetings. "Not overpay - we paid retail."

Jones has a point. In order to get a good cornerback these days, you have to overpay, and sometimes by a good amount.

Jones: Cowboys Overpaid For Carr from

Seven University of Maryland Eastern Shore sports personalities were named to the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association Top 100 Coaches and Athletes list...

...Art Shell was No. 75 as he earned All-America status in two seasons and three time All-CIAA tackle status.

Shell played for the Oakland Raiders and was the coach of the Raiders and the Kansas City Chiefs as well as working for the NFL. He is in the Football Hall of Fame.

Local Roundup: Seven Maryland Eastern Shore Sports Personalities Make CIAA Top 100 List from

26) Matt Cassel, Kansas City Chiefs: The good news is he has all his weapons back and a couple more to hand off to (a healthy Jamaal Charles and Peyton Hillis). But I'm so skeptical. I think he just got hot for a few games in 2010.

Quarterback Rankings: Eli Manning Tops List Heading Into 2012 from

Right now their best offensive lineman is LT Branden Albert, but his best position is probably guard, where the Chiefs have some holes. They did sign UFA Eric Winston from Houston to replace struggling Barry Richardson at RT. If they could draft an LT and move Albert inside, it would strengthen two positions.

AFC West Remaining Needs from ESPN