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Today's KC Chiefs news.

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Shawn Johnson — Engaged to Kansas City Chiefs Rookie | Gymnastics News Network

Shawn Johnson, 2008 Olympic gold medalist on the balance beam, said yes to rookie Kansas City Chief long-snapper, Andrew East, as he got down on one knee and popped the question before the Cubs’ Friday afternoon game against the Phillies at Wrigley Field.

Kansas City Chiefs' starting lineup prediction| ESPN

Projecting the starting lineup for the Kansas City Chiefs heading into training camp.

Kansas City Chiefs 53-man roster projection | ESPN

The Kansas City Chiefs open training camp on Aug. 1 at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri. Here’s a 53-man roster projection:

San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers join forces for Special Olympics World Games | ESPN

A number of current and former NFL players are involved with the Special Olympics World Games, including Joe Haden, who was named a Special Olympics Global Ambassador in January. Others include Jamaal Charles of the Kansas City Chiefs, Keith Rivers of the Dallas Cowboys, and former Pro Bowler Terrell Owens.

Former NFL running back Thomas Jones scoring roles as actor | The News Tribune

In the three-plus years since he retired, Jones has scored appearances on Showtime's "Shameless" and IFC's "Comedy Bang! Bang!" Then came a breakthrough role on BET's "Being Mary Jane" as Gabrielle Union's love interest. His first day on set was eye-opening: He went to wardrobe looking for his clothes, and there was just a robe and sandals waiting for him. Largely because of his love scenes in "Being Mary Jane," the chisel-chested Jones has become a hit with female fans— going from gridiron great to Hollywood heartthrob.

CSU’s Peoples & Wilson to join KC Chiefs’ staff with NFL Minority | Live 5 News

Charleston Southern assistant football coaches Cory Peoples and Rod Wilson will join the Kansas City Chiefs’ staff for the next three weeks as part of the Bill Walsh NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship. The former University of South Carolina teammates, and NFL players, will work with the Chiefs’ linebackers, defensive backs and special teams units.