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Chiefs among four NFL teams at Cedric Reed's private workout - NFL.com

Reed, who had surgery in January, worked out at Texas for the Kansas City Chiefs, Carolina Panthers, Houston Texans, and Miami Dolphins. He ran the 3-cone drill and short shuttle, but did not run or do any jumps.

Chiefs-themed draft hats scattered throughout city for fans to f - KCTV5

Kansas Citians will have the opportunity to find and keep Chiefs-themed draft hats randomly scattered across the city. The one-day event, known as "Fit for a Kingdom," will be held Wednesday.  Throughout the day, the draft hats will be distributed secretly in public places across the metro from the Northland to Overland Park, Lenexa and Independence.

K-State football spring game - what we saw - Bring On The Cats

As for the rest of the defense, it's always hard to gauge improvement under the purple/white (first vs. second team) format, but Will Geary looked ready to be an absolute rock in the middle of the defensive line. I grew up a Kansas City Chiefs fan through the 90s, and any time a player reminds me of Dan Saleamua's dirty-trenches style, I'm all for it.

Kentucky pass rusher Alvin "Bud" Dupree: Scott Pioli's new Dontari Poe? - The Falcoholic

Pioli may like what he has seen in Dupree. The Kentucky player may even remind him of the player of a player that Pioli selected over other, less risky defensive tackles in 2012. And we may see Pioli take another risky player that could become one of the best in league.

Chiefs looking to future at running back? - Arrowhead Addict

Statistics however would tell us that since he’s 28, it’s time to start looking for his replacement if we don’t have him already. Knile Davis wouldn’t be a bad option; I think he’s a high-caliber player that just needs to work on the fumbles. So let’s look at some running backs that could come in and team up with Knile to have a successful duo backfield.

Eric Kush takes same approach as only center on Chiefs’ roster - Chiefs Digest

It would be reasonable to expect the potential of going from a primary backup role to a full-time starter would affect a player’s mentality entering the first day of the offseason workout program, perhaps a hint of excitement. But that’s not the case for Kush, who revealed he hasn’t changed his routine from the past two seasons.

Powder Puff Bowl raises money to fight cancer - Local 8 Now

Sunday's game honored Jamaar Sinsabaugh, a friend of one of the organizers, and former Vol and Kansas City Chiefs safety, Eric Berry. Last year doctors diagnosed Berry with Hodgkin lymphoma, which is a blood cancer. So all money raised from the game goes to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Clark Hunt on the Future of Football: NFL Will Continue Global Expansion - WSJ

Within a decade, I expect that we will see a significant increase in the number of games played in London and other international markets. And 25 years from now, we could see marquee events—like the Pro Bowl and the Super Bowl—played outside the U.S.