Chiefs Fantasy Camp In May Features Priest Holmes, Dante Hall And Dick Vermeil from The Mothership
"If you've ever wondered what it would be like to be a Chiefs player, to get ready in the locker room and run down the tunnel at Arrowhead, now is your chance to find out," Green noted. "Chiefs Fantasy Camp participants will break down game film and compete in a skills competition that includes quarterback accuracy, route running, field goal kicking and even get a chance to play ‘seven on seven' at Arrowhead for bragging rights."
This two-day event begins on May 15th, kicking off with a cocktail reception for participants to mix and mingle and meet members of the Chiefs organization, including former Chiefs Head Coach Dick Vermeil.
Free Agency Outlook: WR Julian Edelman from The Mothership
The crazy time of year that is free agency begins on March 11 and until then, we'll take a look at one unrestricted free agent per day, who could be making an impact with a different team next season. None of the reports are indicative of the Chiefs plans for 2014.
WR Julian Edelman
Sources: Miami Dolphins To Go After Branden Albert, Roger Saffold In Free Agency from The Miami Herald
Branden Albert has vaulted to the top of the Miami Dolphins' wish list, and Rodger Saffold isn't too far behind.
That's according to multiple sources briefed on the Dolphins' free agency thinking, speaking on the condition of anonymity. The news came Saturday, the first day that front offices could begin talking to representatives of pending free agents currently on other teams.
Report: Miami Dolphins Eye Monroe, Veldheer, Saffold from NFL.com
On Saturday, the team began reaching out to Oakland Raiders left tackle Jared Veldheer and versatile St. Louis Rams offensive lineman Rodger Saffold, in addition to Monroe, The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson and Adam Beasley reported.
Veldheer is viewed as a fallback option in case Hickey can't land Albert or Monroe...
Pierre Desir Offers NFL Teams More Than Size from Chiefs Spin
"Big, fast guys are the fewest people around," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said at the NFL Scouting Combine. "Everybody would like to get longer, taller guys that run 4.4, but there are just not very many humans like that in the world."
Yet, competitors hoping to implement Seattle's blueprint in this year's draft have options, among them arguably the NFL's worst-kept secret in Lindenwood cornerback Pierre Desir.
Eckel: The Best NFL Free-Agent Team Money Can Buy from NJ.com
- Branden Albert, Kansas City, T (6-5, 316, 29): Another player who played well on a one-year deal and should now get paid. Kansas City, after drafting Eric Fisher with the No. 1 overall pick last year, will likely let him leave.
- Geoff Schwartz, Kansas City, G (6-6, 340, 27): The Chiefs can't let everyone go, can they? Schwartz had a good year and is the kind of mauling-type guard that teams love. Not that the Eagles are looking for guards, but he did play for head coach Chip Kelly at Oregon. Just saying.
Harr Joins Chiefs Star In Anti-Bullying Campaign from Motorsports.com
Daryl Harr, driving the No. 87 Chevrolet at Las Vegas Motor Speedway this week for JD Motorsports with Gary Keller, has teamed with Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Famer Nick Lowery in a campaign against bullying.
Harr becomes the first NASCAR driver to become involved in a major campaign to fight bullying.
Report: Chiefs' Jon Asamoah On New York Jets' Radar from NFL.com
The New York Jets have been pegged as a team likely to mine the open market for skill-position upgrades on offense. They're also looking to improve up front.
Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reported that the team plans to "make a play" for Kansas City Chiefs guard Jon Asamoah when the NFL's three-day negotiating window cracks opens Saturday.
Auburn Football: Defensive Back Ryan White Out To Prove He Belongs In NFL from The Opelike Auburn News
White said he’s spoken to a few NFL teams, including the Kansas City Chiefs, the Houston Texans and the Jacksonville Jaguars, but is hopeful that his performance at Pro Day opened a few more eyes around the league.
"Obviously they see talent, they see a diamond in the rough, someone that’s going to come to a team and do all he can and provide at many positions," White said. "That’s definitely what I bring to the table. I’m very versatile and smart, and I love this game and I’m going to give it everything I’ve got."