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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 2/24

Good morning! Where did the weekend go? Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy.

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Reid And Reid: 5 Questions With the Coach from The Mothership

Andy Reid has been the Kansas City Chiefs head coach for 416 days, which included a record-breaking turnaround season and currently a second trip with the team to the NFL Scouting Combine. Coach Reid took a few minutes away from his busy schedule for a combine version of Reid and Reid: 5 Questions with the Coach.

Chiefs Red And Gold Show from The Mothership

Chiefs Red and Gold will return for it's third season starting Saturday, March 8th at 10:30 PM CT on KCTV5 in Kansas City. This weekly show covers everything happening at One Arrowhead Drive and takes a look at the history of the franchise in Kansas City and all over the Kingdom.

Combine: DB Interviews & A Blazing 40 Time from The Mothership

Sunday was media day for the defensive backs that made their way to Indianapolis in search of a job they've likely been dreaming about for years.

Defensive backs usually have at least a few traits in common, none bigger than confidence. I don't know an NFL DB who doesn't like having the opportunity to be challenged, resulting either in the feast of a victorious matchup or the famine of another 'could-have-been' opportunity. Video: Road To the Draft - 1-On-1 With Jason La Canfora Video: Road To The Draft: Scouts

Closing Thoughts On The Combine from Chiefs Spin

The Combine affords teams an opportunity to meet and view those players in person, sometimes the first time for general managers and coaching staffs.

Of course, how a player performs in Indianapolis plays a role, a checks and balance system when comparing drill or medical results to what's already on film.

Ultimately, teams such as the Chiefs will do their due diligence leading to the draft when it comes to evaluating prospects or any player when determining a fit.

Combine: Unheralded CB Dixon Says He's The Best In The Draft from

When asked specifically about the Kansas City Chiefs, a team he watched a lot playing his college ball in Missouri, Dixon first laughed before uttering the following: "I think I could start for the Chiefs right now."

Malcolm X's Daughter To Visit WVU from The Daily Athenaeum

Shabazz witnessed her father's murder at the age of three and devoted her life to passing on his ethics and principles.

2013's LAMP speaking event featured Hussain Muhammed Abdullah, a Kansas City Chiefs safety who sat out of the 2012-13 NFL season to perform the Hajj, an Islamic pilgrimage to Mecca and the largest gathering of Muslim people in the world every year.

2014 NFL Combine Notebook: Kent State's Dri Archer Helps Draft Stock By Flirting With Record In 40-Yard Dash from

"Whenever you get those [small] guys, that 170-plus pounds, the question is how do you use them? Where do you line them up? That's where the value situation is," Mayock said. "How many touches can I get him per game? And the more you think you can get him, then the more money you can pay him and the higher you can draft him. The less you think you can get him touches, then his value starts to drop.

"So you look at a kid like that and you go, ‘Is he a fourth-round guy where he's going to be a situation guy, slot [receiver], motion, hand him the ball?' You look at [Kansas City Chiefs receiver Dexter] McCluster, you look at [St. Louis Rams receiver] Tavon Austin, and they're still trying to figure out how to get those guys the ball consistently. So most of those guys typically go around plus or minus the fourth round."

Tommy Bowden Wants To Eliminate The PAT from CollegeFootballTalk

In the NFL there were 5 missed attempts in 1,200 kicks. Four of those 5 were blocked. The 17 top scorers in the NFL are kickers. That just doesn't seem American. If you remove the extra point the leading scorer would have been Jamal Charles, of the Kansas City Chiefs.

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