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Good morning! OTAs and mini-camps are over. We are in that 7 week stretch of hell that is waiting for training camp. Blech. Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy.

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Clark Hunt: "Tremendous Spring For The Chiefs" from The Mothership

The Kansas City Chiefs experienced a lot of change within the matter of months, all under the watch of a fully-invested team chairman and CEO, Clark Hunt. The 2013 version of the Kansas City Chiefs began in January, when, over the course of eight days, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and general manager John Dorsey were hired to direct the team back to the playoffs and beyond.

5 months into the new regime at One Arrowhead Drive and Clark Hunt couldn't be more pleased.

The Other 31: Reid Moves Quickly To Rebuild Chiefs from The Washington Post

There is a long way to go, to be sure. The Chiefs won only two games last season before ousting Romeo Crennel as their coach and Scott Pioli as their general manager, and no one should have any notions that they're on the verge of challenging the Denver Broncos for supremacy in the AFC West. But Reid was part of an extremely well-run operation in Philadelphia, one that produced consistent winners but not a Super Bowl triumph. He already has taken some positive steps to getting things straightened out in Kansas City.

Learning From The Pros: Area Athletes To Get Pointers From Some Of Football's Best from The Morning Journal

Area youth will have a chance to learn from some of the best as 12-time NFL pro bowler Will Shields and other professional athletes come to Lorain for a sports camp presented by Mercy Regional Medical Center.

The three-day event starts Tuesday and continues through Thursday. The all-day camp begins at 9 a.m. and concludes at 3 p.m. daily.

Vikings Led A Lot In 2012 from The Daily Norseman

The Vikings led their opponents in 2012 for 58.7% of the time that they were on the field during the 2012 season. They also spent the least amount of time tied, and less time trailing than all but six teams this past season, all of whom made the playoffs. To contrast that, the team that had the lowest percentage of time led was the Kansas City Chiefs, who had a lead for only 10.9% of the time they played in the 2012 NFL season. Sort of explains how they wound up with the #1 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft.