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Super late night = late Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy.

Kickoff To The 2014 NFL Owners Meetings from The Mothership

NFL owners are gathering in Orlando, Florida, beginning later today for the league's annual meetings, which run through Wednesday. During the next four days, they'll review proposals by the league's competition committee; below is a brief look at three of the discussion topics, which were announced last week by the committee, via conference call.

Former CFL Star Receiver Dressler Ready To Contribute To Chiefs from KC Star via The Charlotte Observer

Chiefs general manager John Dorsey is often cautious when talking about slot receiver Weston Dressler's potential role on the team...

...But the truth is, Dressler, a 28-year-old Canadian Football League star the Chiefs lured to Kansas City with a team-friendly three-year deal and a real chance to compete for a roster spot, may indeed be well-positioned to contribute this season.

Former Chief Helps Provide Concussion Testing For Young Athletes from KCTV5

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and former Kansas City Chiefs player Will Shields is helping student-athletes avoid head injuries and concussions by putting them to the test this weekend.

2014 NFL Pro Day Results: Firday, March 20, 8:55 p.m. from WalterFootball

Offensive lineman Wesley Johnson, who played tackle at Vanderbilt, but is projected to center by a number of schools, weighed in at 302 pounds. Johnson's weight has been steadily increasing, which is what scouts had wanted to see. Johnson met with the Kansas City Chiefs, Pittsburgh Steelers, San Francisco 49ers and Cincinnati Bengals at length after the workout.

March With The Mayor And Celebrate Spring from The Examiner

More than 200 walkers are expected to walk with the mayor. Kansas City Chiefs football team mascot, KC Wolf, will be among those in attendance to cheer on the walkers.

Is Jerry Jones The Worst Owner/GM In The NFL? from Dallas Cowboys Nation

Kansas City Chiefs - And I realize that EVERYONE holds the Hunt family in Kansas City in high esteem. I'm just wondering why a family who hasn't produced an AFC champion since the 1960′s and was convicted of financial crimes when trying to corner the Silver market is more highly respected than an Oil Wildcatter.