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

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Chiefs Results At The NFL Scouting Combine from The Mothership

Think back to your very last job interview; were you excited? Nervous? Or, were you filled with a more-than-ready confidence that you were going to crush the interview and land your dream job? Now, imagine having to show up in athletic attire, in front of hundreds of people, including media members, who are noting your height, weight, arm length and body composition, just for starters; it's all part of the interviewing process. After the weigh-ins, the players later go out and prove their speed, strength, quickness and agility, during position-group workouts and the following drills:

2014 NFL Scouting Combine Primer from Chiefs Spin

The assessments kick off Wednesday, Feb. 19 and run through Tuesday, Feb. 25 at Lucas Oil Stadium.

It's virtually the NFL's version of a job interview, which includes team interviews, medical and psychological evaluations, measurements, various drills and media sessions.

Draft prospects have an opportunity to leave a lasting impression ahead of May's NFL Draft.

2014 49ers Opponent Review, Preview: Kansas City Chiefs from Niners Nation

Today I thought it would be nice to look at a team with which we are all pretty familiar: the Kansas City Chiefs. You may or may not be familiar with their QB; moreover, there's a slight chance that you may be familiar with their oddly imbalanced season. After starting so hot that they were the last remaining undefeated team, propelled largely by a then-league-best defense, they faltered down the home stretch as the defense started loosening up.

Jeremy Maclin On Eagles: 'This Is Where I Want To Be' from NFL.com

"I know everything's going to work out how it's supposed to work out," Maclin told the Philadelphia Inquirer's Zach Berman on Saturday. "This is where I want to be and the Eagles stated the same."

FEWDM Fitness Reinvents The Ab Wheel Debuting New Ab Roller from PRWeb

The ROCK 360 has been incorporated in the strength and conditioning programs of NFL teams such as the Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers, and The University of Missouri, University of Texas, Stanford University and Ohio State just to name a few. Now, the ROCK 360 provides the tools and knowledge for everyone to train like a professional.