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Chiefs 2014 Preseason Schedule Released from The Mothership

The Kansas City Chiefs will kick off their preseason slate at home vs. the Cincinnati Bengals, before traveling to Carolina to take on the Panthers in a nationally-televised contest on FOX on Sunday, Aug. 17 at 7 p.m. CT...

...Below is a breakdown of the schedule. Remaining dates and times will be announced as soon as they are finalized.

Chiefs' Preseason Opponents Set from ESPN

With the announcement of the preseason opponents, the Chiefs can take another step in preparing for the 2014 season. Their offseason conditioning program begins April 21. A three-day rookie minicamp begins May 24. The first full-squad practice is May 27.

Training camp will begin in late July at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph.

Here's How Chiefs Can Find Elite Receiver from ESPN

Generally speaking, the Chiefs will need to make the acquisition of an elite receiver a priority. Of Williamson's 14 receivers, eight were drafted in the first round, four in the second, one in the third and one in the fourth. While the Chiefs won't have to get a top receiver in the first round, they had better not wait much longer.

Frmr. Chiefs Head Coach To Speak At Truman from The Kirksville Daily Express

A former Kansas City Chiefs head coach and current NFL analyst for ESPN will visit Truman State as part of the Holman Family Distinguished Speakers Series this weekend.

Herman Edwards is scheduled to speak Saturday at 8 p.m. in Baldwin Hall Auditorium to talk about the need to create a life plan, the importance of service and giving back to your community.

Packers Face Titans, Rams, Raiders, Chiefs from ESPN Wisconsin

The final two preseason games will pit the Packers against the teams of two former personnel executives - Oakland general manager Reggie McKenzie and Kansas City Chiefs GM John Dorsey...

...This marks the fifth straight year that the Packers have faced the Chiefs in the preseason finale.

Mock Draft 3.0: Jadeveon Clowney Holds Firm At No. 1 from USA Today

23. Kansas City Chiefs - Odell Beckham, WR, LSU

Dwayne Bowe needs a wingman to be more effective, so why not add a fellow Bayou Bengal who could add pep to a passing attack that lost Dexter McCluster?

National TV Game Highlights Panthers 2014 Preseason Schedule from

The Panthers will host the Kansas City Chiefs in a nationally-televised preseason game on Sunday, Aug. 17 on Fox.

Top Five Embarrassing Football Records from Mile High Sports

Dawson fumbled a staggering seven times in the contest, and added two more interceptions to boot. With all of those extra possessions, the Chargers still only managed a 28-14 victory, proving that even back then, both of the franchises were mostly inept.

A Chiefs Game IS On Actress Jennifer Garner's Bucket List from FOX4KC

While chatting about the new movie, Draft Day, starring Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner, FOX 4 entertainment reporter Shawn Edwards asked Jennifer about spending time in Kansas City.

India Wins A Bronze At NYF TV & Film Awards 2014 from Best Media Info

Sport-related programming scored multiple medals. Golf Channel's "In Play with Jimmy Roberts: Reg Murphy" and "In Play with Jimmy Roberts: Valentino Dixon" each earned the Gold. CBS Sports LT: The Life & Times" earned a Gold Medal and "New Orleans: Let The Good Times Roll" took home a Silver World Medal. Kansas City Chiefs "Chiefs Kingdom: Joe Delaney" earned a Silver and "Chiefs Kingdom: 442nd Fighter Wing" earned a Bronze. Major League Baseball earned a Silver for "MLB Tonight Open and "Harold Reynolds" was awarded a Bronze for Best Sports Anchor.

Browns General Manager Ray Farmer Can Learn From Kevin Costner's Character In The Movie 'Draft Day' from The

Starting with the seventh pick in the draft, he takes an aggressive approach, wheeling and dealing on the day of the 2014 NFL draft, trying to put his own imprint on the franchise.

The Seattle Seahawks, Kansas City Chiefs, Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars have roles in the movie. There are cameos by NFL Draft aficionados Mel Kiper Jr., Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden providing analysis before and during the draft. The movie has many references to previous draft day trades and current players in the NFL. It's very realistic.

The 'What Would I Do 2014 NFL Mock Draft' from RealGM Football

23. Kansas City Chiefs: Marqise Lee, WR, USC--Lee offers the potential to create yards after the catch and to get open quickly on hitches, crosses and slants. His knee issue in 2013 does give me pause, but I believe he can be this draft's Keenan Allen, another talented playmaking Pac-12 wideout who suffered thru a substandard final college season before exploding in the NFL.

Ranking The Top Quarterback Draft Classes Of The Last 10 Years from Sports Illustrated

The early results were not there for 2005's No. 1 overall pick, Alex Smith, during his first six seasons in San Francisco, in part due to the procession of 49ers' head coaches and offensive coordinators with which he was saddled. But Smith's career took off under coach Jim Harbaugh when it was in last-chance mode in 2011, with the 49ers reaching the NFC title game. And Smith was turning in more strong work in 2012, when he lost his starting job to second-year man Colin Kaepernick while injured. Traded to Kansas City in 2013, Smith helped revive the Chiefs' fortunes with a 9-0 start, an 11-5 wild-card playoff berth and an impressive playoff performance in that memorable K.C. first-round loss to the comeback-minded Colts.

2014 NFL Mock Draft: Bortles Moves Back Up As Top Pick For Texans from CBS Sports

23. Kansas City Chiefs --Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State: They have to get help forDwayne Bowe. It's as simple as that.

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