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Comparing what Chiefs said about Branden Albert, Justin Houston | ESPN

Houston might have a long, prosperous career entirely in Kansas City and at this point I don’t doubt the Chiefs’ sincerity in making that happen Just don’t bank on it based on Dorsey’s words. Let this be a friendly reminder not to necessarily take seriously what’s being said publicly about contract negotiations. As an example, I give you Dorsey’s words on March 4, 2013, when the Chiefs made tackle Branden Albert their franchise player.

Kansas City Chiefs free-agent report: CB Chris Owens | ESPN

Argument for letting Owens go: The Chiefs didn't suffer when Owens was out of the lineup with the injury. Rookie Phillip Gaines as the nickelback helped the Chiefs win a crucial October game against the Chargers.

Twitter Tuesday: Trading Houston, hyping Dozier and appreciating Ned (sort of) | The Kansas City Star

Realistically, the Chiefs are either going to sign Houston to a long-term deal that’s around 40 to 50 percent higher than they could’ve done a year ago … or they’re going to pay a higher cap figure and have Houston for the next two years for around $30 million, then lose him to free agency. Those are the options. Neither is awesome.

The Tag Means Justin Houston Will Be a Chief (Probably) | Pro Football Spot

How soon that happens in the question. Don’t’ expect a quick resolution on this one. If Houston makes a tour of franchises in need to edge rushers he could get movement soon. The most likely scenario is that this contract issue extends well past the draft and possibly into training camp.

Photo gallery: Chiefs linebacker Justin Houston in action | The Kansas City Star

Commentary: Worthy lets NFL know he's fast - and drama free | Montgomery Advertiser

With scouts from the Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders, Indianapolis Colts, Miami Dolphins, Denver Broncos, Houston Texans , New York Giants, St. Louis Rams, Seattle Seahawks and Jacksonville Jaguars present, Worthy seemed to improve his NFL future with Monday's effort. "I feel that anything is possible," Worthy said. "I put in the work. I'm just showing the results from putting in the work. Once I get on a team, nobody is going to stop me then. All I need is a foot in the door."

Top 10 Raiders Free Agent Signings of All Time |

1. Rich Gannon - Gannon joined the Raiders in 1999 after 11 seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, Washington Redskins and Kansas City Chiefs. Gannon played in 137 games for the Raiders and completed 1,533 of 2,448 passes for 17,585 yards and 114 touchdowns. He was voted to the Pro Bowl four times in the Silver and Black and won the Pro Bowl MVP in 2001 and 2002. He won the NFL MVP in 2002 and led the Raiders to Super Bowl XXXVII. Gannon is the 2nd leading passer in Raiders history.

2015 NFL Draft: When are Pro Days Happening? |

The NFL Draft takes place between April 30 and May 2. Before that, scouts and general managers head around the country to watch college "pro days," which give prospects another chance to showcase their talents through drills and workouts from the comfort of their home college campus.

Recapping the 45th Annual 101 Awards |

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