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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 4/7

Good morning! Mostly non-football stories in today's Kansas City Chiefs news. We've been Offseason-ed.


Four Downs With Chiefs DC Bob Sutton from The Mothership

The Kansas City Chiefs offseason conditioning program begins in two weeks. In addition to their physical conditioning, the players will have strictly meetings with their coaches, including Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton, who sat down with me to discuss four downs worth of questions, including thoughts on year two in KC and much more.

People Across The U.S. Take A Dive For Young Cancer Patient from The NY Daily News

Before they jump into the water, participants record themselves challenging three other people to do the same, with monetary pledges for each person who completes the challenge. The effort had raised more than $30,000 by Friday evening, only five days after notice of the fundraiser was first posted on the popular social networking site.

Entire schools, police departments and businesses around the region have posted videos of participants taking the plunge.

Landon was 4 months old on Feb. 23 when his parents took him to Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City to find out why he was vomiting and losing weight. Doctors found a tumor on his left kidney, which they removed, and later discovered a large mass on his brain.

Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleaders Select Saint Lucia's Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa To Host Swimsuit Calendar Photoshoot from The South Florida Caribbean News

The talented Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleaders are bringing their famous Arrowhead Stadium enthusiasm to the Coconut Bay Beach Resort & Spa in Saint Lucia to shoot their 2015 swimsuit calendar, April 5-11, 2014. The resort's lush, 85-acre landscape and mile-long beach will offer stunning shoot locations as home base for the squad.

PSU Grads, Department Chari Say Atlantic Article Paints Wrong Picture Of Arts Degree from The Joplin Globe

It excluded anyone who has gone on to earn any degree higher than a bachelor of arts and included only graduates working in the United States. Most importantly, Shand said, it excluded any graduate who is self-employed, project-based or is a contract employee.

Evidently, Thompson wasn't aware of PSU graduate Corey Hine, an artist at Hallmark Cards.

Or Jordan Giesler, a designer for the Kansas City Chiefs.

FBU Combine Selects All-Impact Team from The Valley News

Coaches and former and current NFL athletes also conducted skill clinics in conjunction with the combine testing events. These included legendary receivers coach Charlie Collins, offensive lineman Ben Coleman (Cardinals, Jaguars, Chargers, Redskins), Linfield Head Coach Dechon Burns (Redskins, 49'ers, Eagles), and Kansas City Chiefs newest linebacker Jordan Campbell. Also coaching were Ken Whitworth, Linfield coach Greg Holt, Steve Singh, Rubidoux coach Jason McMains, and Jesse Halberstadt.

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