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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 4/14

Good morning! It's Monday and, let's be honest, that sucks. To make it suck less, we have today's Kansas City Chiefs news. The bad thing is there isn't a lot of that this morning... and that sucks. Maybe tomorrow will be better? Let's hope.

Chiefs Chairman And CEO Clark Hunt Honored from The Mothership

Chiefs Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt was honored on Friday, as the Waddell & Reed Executive of the Year by the Kansas City Sports Commission.

The Kansas City Sports Commission and Foundation is a privately funded non-profit that benefits the Kansas City region through sports by creating, attracting and managing major sporting events for Kansas City. The Foundation also promotes the lifetime benefits of sports for youth through educational initiatives, tournaments and clinics.

Looking Back: Chiefs Fifth-Round Draft Picks from The Mothership

The 2014 NFL Draft is just weeks away, beginning with the first round on May 8, rounds two and three on May 9th and rounds four through seven on Saturday, May 10th. As we continue our look back at 20 years of Chiefs draft history, today's focus is on the fifth-round picks by the team, as well as stats from the players' rookie seasons.

Q And A: Would Chiefs Draft Manziel? from ESPN

I don't believe Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel will fall to the Chiefs, who have the 23rd overall pick, but Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater might. The Chiefs would have to be seriously tempted by Manziel. While he's certainly a risky pick, he has uncommon ability, so the Chiefs might have difficulty passing him up. Bridgewater might be a safer pick than Manziel but his potential isn't as great, so I don't see the Chiefs going with him.

Mock Draft: North Carolina Tight End Could Help Bills Play Catch-Up from Buffalo News

23.Kansas City Chiefs. Odell Beckham Jr., WR, LSU. Beckham, who set a single-season Tigers record with 2,315 all-purpose yards in 2013, has been a steady riser in the pre-draft process.

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