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At some point over the next few months, likely sometime in August, all the thrills of draft day will become a distant memory for Poe.

"Training camp," Dorsey laughed, recalling the first time the NFL humbled him. "It's never easy. You've got guys that have been in the league 10-12 years, training camp is where the guy in line is just as good as you, at least as good as you think you are.

"It's going to be a transition for him, but we're going to try and work with him and hopefully he can help us out."

Poe Should Look To His Right (Or Left) For Rookie Advice from The Mothership

Scott Pioli has rebuilt the Chiefs by deftly selecting productive, hard-working players in every stage of the draft. This year, Pioli appeared to deviate from the philosophy when he selected Dontari Poe in the first round, despite questions about his productivity at Memphis. However, it's impossible to find 346-pound defenders with this combination of size, strength and athleticism, so it's a worthwhile gamble with the unique upside.

AFC West Draft Grades: Chiefs Clean Up Again; Broncos Gamble from

KC Star Video: Chiefs WR Breaston On Baldwin, Bowe

Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Jon McGraw will be the featured speaker at the Washburn Rural High School Baccalaureate ceremony at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 6, in the school's auditorium, 5900 S.W. 61st.

Relgion: Chiefs' McGraw Set For WRHA Baccalaureate from The Topeka Capital-Journal

KSBI-52 is expanding its sports coverage by adding the Texas Rangers Friday night over-the-air broadcast package and four Kansas City Chiefs preseason games, KSBI president Vince Orza announced Thursday. The first game will be May 11 against the Los Angeles Angels.

This will be the first time that an Oklahoma City station has carried the Friday night package for the Rangers, which have reached the World Series the past two seasons...

...The Chiefs preseason schedule includes games against the Arizona Cardinals, Aug. 10; St. Louis Rams, Aug. 18, Seattle Seahawks, Aug. 24, and Green Bay Packers, Aug. 30. KSBI also will carry the weekly "Chiefs Insider" and "Chiefs Kingdom" programs during the season.

Thunder Jumps To No. 3 In Local TV Ratings from The Chicago Tribune

It looks as if Sullivan Higdon & Sink Inc. will be doing work for the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs.

Representatives of Wichita's largest advertising agency were tweeting Friday about being the team's agency of record.

Report: Kansas City Chiefs Select SHS As Advertising Agency Of Record from Kansas City Business Journal

Life is really good right now for Kansas football player and former Omaha Westside all-stater Tim Biere.

Last Saturday, Biere signed a free-agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs after starting most of four seasons at tight end for the Jayhawks.

"I'm going to use a ‘take-your-swing-and-see-what-happens' approach," he said by phone from Lawrence, Kan. "Playing in the Big 12 was great. You go up against NFL competition every week, so that has prepared me."

Impressing Chiefs Biere's First Order Of Business from The Omaha World-Herald

Although Biere came to expect that his name would not be called during the seven rounds of the draft, he believed he would get a shot somewhere. Prior to the draft, officials from several teams, including Kansas City, reached out to the 6-foot-4, 260-pound tight end and told him they would be interested in signing him when the draft ended. Biere liked what he heard from each and appreciated that he had options. He chose the Chiefs because of his familiarity with the team and the area.

Catching On: Ex-KU Tight End Tim Biere Ready To Begin NFL Career from The Lawrence Journal World

Kansas City Chiefs: Dexter Heyman, ILB, Louisville -- If veterans Brandon Siler and Jovan Belcherdon't watch out, the second-team All-Big East pick will find a way on the field to take on blocks and play the run next to Derrick Johnson.

The 8th Round: Best Undrafted Free Agent Fits For Each Team from

21. Romeo Crennel, Kansas City Chiefs: There isn't much to work with here, but Crennel went 2-1 as the interim head coach of the Chiefs last season, which was highlighted by a shocking upset victory over the then-undefeated Green Bay Packers. The return of running back Jamaal Charles should provide a big boost for the offense, but once again, the season rests of the shoulders of highly-paid quarterback Matt Cassel.

Head Coach Power Rankings from National Football Post

Is quarterback Matt Cassel ready to lead this team on a deep playoff run?

There is no doubt the Chiefs believe in Cassel. It is up to him to prove the team right.

Chiefs: One Big Question from ESPN

Pioli's run in Kansas City has been an up-and-down affair, but his professional relationship with Romeo Crennel stretches back into the 1990s. They speak the same language and feel good about the giant linemen they acquired in this draft.

Final thought: The Chiefs vibe dark horse in the Peyton Manning-obsessed AFC West.

Draft Fallout: Chiefs Got Bigger, Did They Get Better? from ESPN

Wright is perhaps best-known for hosting former Star columnist Jason Whitlock's three-hour, tragically self-indulgent farewell verbal carpet bombing of the paper after Whitlock's departure was announced.

Other notable Wright moments include breaking the story that the Chiefs planned to charge firefighters to stay at a game following a 9/11 commemoration...

Nick Wright Tweets That He's Leaving 610 Sports from The Pitch

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