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New York Jets OLB competition | Fansided

The Jets also have three-year veteran Josh Martin, who was signed by the Jets off the practice squad of the Indianapolis Colts in 2015 and Deion Barnes, who signed with the Jets after going undrafted in 2015.  Martin has spent time with the Kansas City Chiefs, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and of course the aforementioned Colts.  These guys are likely practice squad players, or special teams guys at best.

Eric Berry grateful for bond with his brothers | Columbia Daily Herald

"I leaned on them a lot, because a lot of the things that I told them that I learned about life and adversity, they were able to give that back to me," Berry said. "It was only a few people who sat in the room with me during chemo, and my brothers, they pretty much broke the rule because you’re only supposed to have one person in there with you. "They were like, ‘Nah, we’re both coming in.’ They both sat down with me while I was getting my chemotherapy and stuff. It makes the whole process go by faster, when you have people that sit and talk and joke around and take your mind off of it."

Chiefs' Justin Houston: Will be at mandatory minicamp | CBSSports.com

Houston (knee) will reportedly be at Chiefs' mandatory minicamp on Tuesday, although he isn't likely to practice, Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports.

Chiefs looking forward to Jamaal Charles' return | NFL.com

When the Chiefs hit the field on Tuesday, they might be able to welcome back a familiar face -- running back Jamaal Charles. "What you might see is them doing drills," Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said, via the Kansas City Star. The "them" in this case was Charles and wide receiver Mike Williams.

Whatever happened to... Mardy Gilyard | Down The Drive

Another brief encounter with the Jets (this time for almost a month) and a few offseason months signed with the Kansas City Chiefs amounted to the final chapters of Gilyard's NLF journey.

Why the Chiefs don't need a prolific number two receiver | Arrowhead Addict

In today's pass happy NFL it is not unusual to see number two wide receivers put up over 1,000 yards receiving. Just a couple of seasons ago we saw the Denver Broncos have four different players with double digit receiving touchdowns. The line between actual NFL statistics and the silly totals fans put up on their PlayStation or X-Box are becoming more and more blurred with every year that goes by. So its easy to have statistical envy. It's easy to covet the massive totals of other teams second receivers, but let's go back to the Broncos for a second. Did that team that put up video game type numbers in 2013 win the Super Bowl? Nope. The Broncos did just win a Super Bowl, but it was with a team that played great defense and had a more balanced offense.