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Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 5/24

Good morning and Happy Weekend! Here is your Kansas City Chiefs news from across the internet. The Chiefs kickoff their rookie mini-camp today, so we'll be looking for some reports possible this afternoon or tomorrow. Be sure to check out both of the videos from The Mothership. It was great to see interviews with some of the players of years past, and to relive some of the exciting returns from last season. Keep the battle for WR roster spots in mind when you hear Hemingway's blocking called out twice. Enjoy!

Kyle Rivas

Red And Gold Episode 12 from The Mothership

In the fifth-round of the NFL draft, the Chiefs selected Georgia QB Aaron Murray, who led the SEC in passing yards and touchdowns. Murray became the first quarterback in SEC history to throw for more than 3,000 yards in four straight seasons. In this week's One on One, I caught up with the newest Chiefs QB.

KCChiefs.com Photo Gallery: Rookie Dinner With Chiefs Alumni

KCChiefs.com Video: Access Arrowhead: Bears vs. Chiefs 1967

KCChiefs.com Video: Chiefs Live! Overdrive: Special Teams Returns

Projected 2014 Starters: Kansas City Chiefs from NFL.com

No team has taken more offseason hits than the Chiefs. They'll have two new starters on the offensive line, and they didn't get Alex Smith the help he needed at wide receiver or tight end. Donnie AveryTravis Kelce and Anthony Fasano are all starters that the team would ideally upgrade from.

Chiefs Offseason Wrap-Up from ESPN

It's clear the Chiefs are counting on improvement from a group that includes three of last season's draft picks. Foremost is tackle Eric Fisher, who moves to the left side after a rocky rookie season on the right. Tight end Travis Kelce missed all of last season with a knee ailment after showing impressive receiving skills in the offseason and training camp. Sanders Commings also missed most of his rookie season with an injury but could wind up starting at free safety.

Have The Chiefs Really Improved? from ESPN

Just because they adequately plugged holes doesn't mean the Chiefs are better. In a couple of areas, the Chiefs can only be hopeful they don't take a large step backward. One is the offensive line, where they lost three players who were regulars last season. The big loss was left tackle Branden Albert. He will be replaced by Eric Fisher, who will eventually become as good a player as Albert was last season.

But anyone who watched Fisher's rocky rookie season last year can't think that day will come soon.

Northwest's Adams Nominated For Award from The St. Joseph News-Press

Ex-Pittsburg State linebacker Nate Dreiling -- set to workout with the Kansas City Chiefs at a rookie camp this weekend -- is also among the three men's nominees.

Mascots May Be Offensive from The Escanaba Daily Press

The Cleveland Indians have perhaps the most (arguably) offensive mascot in the country. There's the Atlanta Braves, the Kansas City Chiefs, the Chicago Blackhawks, the Atlanta Hawks and Golden State Warriors (though the latter two no longer use indigenous imagery.)...

...We are a nation fixated on Native American mascots. It's a history that goes back decades, even centuries. No doubt many of these schools and teams admired the fighting style and warrior prowess that these cultures exhibited in the early days of America, and thought it fitting to name their athletic teams after that memory.