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Report: Broncos to hire Brock Olivo as the special teams coordinator | Mile High Report

Olivo spent the last three seasons in Kansas City with Dave Toub, one of the best in the NFL.

Chiefs carryover $5 million in salary cap space into 2017 | Chiefs Digest

The Kansas City Chiefs will carryover just more than $5 million in salary cap space int0 the 2017 season thanks to coming in below the salary cap during the 2016. That cap relief promises to to be valuable with several veterans’ salary cap hits on the rise and free agency looming for safety Eric Berry and defensive tackle Dontari Poe, among others.

Chiefs Ambassadors Get "Back to the Basics" | Chiefs.com

"We're really Kansas City's hygiene hub, where we collect all the items that people would need to get clean, to get a job or for a kid to not be bullied or rejected at school because they smell bad, so we intake a bunch of products," the "Giving the Basics" executive director, Teresa Hamilton, said. "Everyone donates hygiene items to us. We then sort, count, record and distribute those 256 distribution sites in Kansas City. We have 65 pantries and we've got 14 school districts, and we're in all the nurses’ offices and then we're in all the pantries.

Chiefs sign 10 players to reserve/future contracts | Chiefs Wire

Per Spotrac’s transaction report, the Chiefs signed eight players to future deals on Thursday: quarterback Joel Stave, linebacker Earl Okine, defensive lineman David King, receiver Seantavius Jones, defensive lineman Cory Johnson, safety Jimmy Hall, guard Jordan Devey and offensive tackle Joseph Cheek.

Bolts Sign Pair of Young WRs to Reserve/Future Contracts | Los Angeles Chargers

The Los Angeles Chargers inked a pair of young wide receivers to reserve/future contracts this week, bringing Da'Ron Brown and Jamaal Jones into the fold.

Video: Five players the Chiefs could take at No. 27 in the NFL draft | The Kansas City Star

KC Chiefs have 27th pick in 2017 NFL Draft | The Kansas City Star

"They tried to get Paxton Lynch last year, and of course they passed on Dak Prescott with three fourth-round picks," Kiper said. "They took Kevin Hogan, who they let go … you know Andy Reid’s going to draft a quarterback; he always does."