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Zo & Bertrand Dream About Jamaal Charles On The Patriots | CBS Boston

After the Kansas City Chiefs signed a pair of running backs to long-term extensions on Thursday, Zo and Bertrand revisit a scenario brought up on the show a couple of weeks ago: The chances of seeing Jamaal Charles in a Patriots uniform. While it’s an extreme long shot, the guys can dream, right?

Former Wando High School star Brandon Eakins shines at Citadel pro day | Post and Courier

Catching balls from former Charleston Southern quarterback Austin Brown, Eakins showed his skills in front of scouts from the Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills and Cleveland Browns. After his workout, the Chiefs scout asked Eakins to hang around for a Human Resources Tactics (HRT) test, a personality test used by about half of NFL teams.

Five Key Takeaways From University of Washington's Pro Day | Seattle Seahawks

A slew of individuals with historical ties to the Seahawks were also on site, including Randy Mueller, the team's former vice president of football operations who now works as a senior executive for the San Diego Chargers; Will Lewis, Seattle's former vice president of football operations who now works as director of pro scouting for the Kansas City Chiefs;

The Chiefs’ rotten offseason puts even more pressure on John Dorsey and Andy Reid | The Kansas City Star

If the Chiefs somehow make it out of this offseason with a better 2016 than they had 2015, John Dorsey and Andy Reid are wizards. It is unlikely that they are wizards, by the way. The Chiefs’ offseason has not been a disaster. But if it was your home or car, you’d be considering an insurance claim.

Guns N’ Roses coming to Arrowhead | fox4kc.com

Legendary American hard rock group Guns N’ Roses will play at the Home of the Chiefs as part of the ‘Not In This Lifetime Tour’ on Wednesday, June 29. The Guns N’ Roses concert is the ninth concert date for Arrowhead Stadium since 2011 and the 49th music concert or festival in the stadium’s history.

Anthony Sherman Speaks At UConn Football Practice | Hartford Courant

Former UConn fullback Anthony Sherman, now of the Kansas City Chiefs, was one of a handful of former Huskies who addressed the team at a spring practice Friday.

Coastal Carolina’s Ross pleased with performance at Pro Day | The Sun News

Nine NFL scouts from the Oakland Raiders, Dallas Cowboys, Carolina Panthers, San Francisco 49ers, San Diego Chargers, New York Giants, Kansas City Chiefs, Green Bay Packers and New York Jets were in attendance Friday morning along with a scout from the CFL’s Montreal Alouettes. Ross chatted with a few of them after he was done throwing.

Recharged Rob Spence enjoying working with Mocs receivers | Times Free Press

His philosophy focuses a lot on fundamentals and technique. He said players need to work hard on their individual technique and will improve and get better based on that. And his style has produced results. He has put a number of players in the NFL, including current Kansas City Chiefs receiver Rod Streater. "He is a very smart coach who has been at multiple colleges, so he knows what he is talking about," Borishade said. "He's coached at our position and there can be a lot of things to take from him, because he has a lot of experience, seen a lot of film and has seen a lot of his players make the league.

DRAFT DIARY: Ex-Eagle Reed visits with Browns | Hattiesburg American

Scouts from multiple teams such as the (Carolina) Panthers, (Kansas City) Chiefs, (Indianapolis) Colts, (New York) Giants, and (Pittsburgh) Steelers pulled me aside and met with me and my father throughout the day. I felt as if I could have performed much better but meeting with the coaches made me feel a little bit better about my workout.

Moritz Boehringer NFL: German receiver trialling with NFL teams | News.com.au

Chicago Bears, Los Angeles Rams, Carolina Panthers, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings and Denver Broncos have all scheduled meetings with him. The identity of the seventh team remains unknown. He is raw, but his potential clearly has teams interested. "I’d be intrigued, that’s for sure," NFL Media senior analyst Gil Brandt, a former front-office executive with the Dallas Cowboys, said.

North Carolina and Villanova need to give us a national title worth remembering | ESPN

"Marty Schottenheimer, the coach of the [Kansas City] Chiefs a long time ago, had the greatest saying in the world," Roy Williams told reporters after his team's 83-66 win over Syracuse on Saturday, "'Enjoy the dickens out of it until midnight and then worry about that other team.'"