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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 5/19

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One On One With De'Anthony Thomas from The Mothership

R: Watching the season that Charles and this offense had last year, how pumped are you to now work with Coach Reid and be a part of this offense?

D: I can't wait to get to work and start being a part of this offense. I'm so ready to contribute and be a part of this team. Jamaal had an incredible season and I'm excited to work with him and Coach Reid and see what I can do in the upcoming season.

Las Vegas Places Broncos Over/Under At 11 Wins from The Denver Post

The Broncos' win total was placed at 11, tying the Seattle Seahawks for the most. In the AFC West, the Broncos are projected to win three more games than the San Diego Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs and six more than the Oakland Raiders.

Bishop Sankey Cracks Top 50 In Latest Mock Draft from

3. Jamaal Charles, RB, Kansas City Chiefs: Charles is coming off the best season of his career, recording 70 receptions, 1,980 scrimmage yards, 19 total touchdowns and 308 fantasy points. Whether he can duplicate his top status among running backs remains to be seen, but at 27 he's in the prime of his career. Look for Charles to remain the focus of Andy Reid's offensive attack.

Bob Sutton's Creativity Key To Maximizing Dee Ford's Impact from Bleacher Report

One of the many mantras in the NFL is that you can never have too many pass-rushers. When one of them is turning 31 and will make$11.5 million in 2014, it's wise to have his replacement ready. In theory, Ford will likely take over for Tamba Hali as the starter at outside linebacker next season.

In the short term, defensive coordinator Bob Sutton must be creative. Sutton has to figure out how to utilize all three of his edge rushers despite there being only two edges of an offensive line.

Cardinals Assistant Tom Pratt, 77, Still Enjoying Life In The NFL from The Los Angeles Times

To the Arizona Cardinals, Tom Pratt is a great assistant coach.

To his family, Pratt is a beloved great-grandfather.

Pratt, 77, has put his own spin move on Father Time. He has the somewhat unusual job title of "pass rush specialist," is the only remaining active coach from the American Football League, and is the only current NFL coach who has held that job in the NFL and/or AFL during each of the last six decades.

The Cardinals are still looking for their first Lombardi Trophy. Pratt, a former Kansas City assistant, coached against Vince Lombardi ... in Super Bowl I.

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