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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 2/17

Good morning, and happy Presidents' Day! Enjoy your time off and your Kansas City Chiefs news.

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Cake Boss With Anthony Fasano from The Mothership

On Monday's episode, the Cake Boss crew is participating in the Anthony Fasano Foundation's Bocce Bash at Verona Park in Verona, NJ., which benefits Rebuilding Together: Veterans Housing. Rebuilding Together is a nonprofit organization working to preserve affordable homeownership and revitalize communities.

Fasano works closely with Rebuilding Together through the Anthony Fasano Foundation, which is a recognized 501c3 non-profit organization. The foundation offers support to a variety of causes including children with autism, military veterans, and families struggling with hunger and poverty.

Local Stars You'll See At The Scouting Combine from The Mothership

The 2014 NFL Scouting Combine is just days away, Feb. 22-25, and with it comes the opportunity for more than 300 college athletes to improve their draft stock in front of NFL general managers, coaches and scouts from every one of the league's 32 teams.

Among the draft prospects showcasing their talents inside of Lucas Oil Stadium will be 13 local athletes, listed below in alphabetical order.

Franchise/Transition Tags: Chiefs from ESPN

The only potential free agent worthy of the franchise tag is veteran left tackle Branden Albert. He played in 2013 as the franchise player at a one-year salary of almost $10 million, but the Chiefs drafted another tackle, Eric Fisher, with the No. 1 overall pick last year. Fisher started as the right tackle last season and could move over to the left side to replace Albert in 2014. Meanwhile, the Chiefs have in backup Donald Stephenson a player they believe to be good enough to be a starter.

Tyler Bray To Compete For Chiefs' Backup Quarterback Job? from All For Tennessee

Bray, as Teicher alludes to, has more upside than Daniel and probably even Alex Smith. The former Vol has a cannon for an arm and has impressed everyone in the Chiefs organization since he arrived with the way he carries himself. Andy Reid went as far as to say Bray "handled himself like a man, not a young boy" this past season.

Michael Sam Need Savvy NFL Team Owner from The Orlando Sentinel

The crowd at a Mizzou basketball game Saturday gave Sam a standing ovation. The Show Me State will show him the love. The Kansas City Chiefs could build on a comeback season by signing the All-America defensive end.

Sam's success will depend on his playing, but his arrival in the NFL could be very good news for the league. Let's face it: After that terrible Super Bowl, the NFL needs a distraction.

Tennessee Titans Targets: CB from Music City Miracles

Thurmond is coming off a Super Bowl season with the Seahawks, and was a great tool for Pete Carrol and Dan Quinn to have around when Brandon Brower was suspended indefinitely. Thurmond proved a strong corner with the versatility to play inside and out. He has been linked with a couple moves this offseason, notably with the Kansas City Chiefs. Gregg Rosenthal of had this to say of Thurmond:

Cartoon Network Announces Winners For Fourth Annual Hall Of Game Awards from The Sacramento Bee

Cartoon Network scored big Saturday night at the fourth annual Hall of Game Awards.  After over 100 million on-line votes were counted the famous GAME trophies were bestowed to the best in sports...

...Hosts NFL quarterbacks Colin Kaepernick (San Francisco 49ers) and Cam Newton (Carolina Panthers) entertained the celebrity packed audience including Olympic gold medalist Lindsey VonnJermaine Kearse (Seattle Seahawks), Michael Robinson (Seattle Seahawks), Justin Williams (Los Angeles Kings), Richard Sherman (Seattle Seahawks), Bobby Wagner (Seattle Seahawks), Leticia Bufoni (Pro Skateboarder), Jamaal Charles (Kansas City Chiefs)...

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