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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs add former 49ers guard, Tony Gonzalez will stay on TV

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Ex-49ers guard signs with Chiefs | NBCS Bay Area

Tiller replaced Jordan Devey in the 49ers’ starting lineup in 2015 and provided an immediately and dramatic upgrade over Devey, who struggled through nine starts at right guard.

Tiller earned the starting job at right guard to open last season, but was replaced after four games. The 49ers wanted to move first-round draft pick Joshua Garnett into the starting lineup.

NFL free agency comp pick formula deadline passes, Andrew Tiller signs with Chiefs | Niners Nation

Today marks a notable day in the free agency calendar. Yesterday was the last day that free agent signings impact the comp pick formula this offseason. The formula provides for draft picks to teams that lose more free agents than they sign. The 49ers will get no comp picks for the 2018 NFL draft due to the huge number of free agency additions they made. The 49ers signed 12 qualifying free agents, and lost two qualifying free agents. If Tiller gets more than a league minimum deal, he would have been the third qualifying free agent prior to today.

Five Things to Know About New Chiefs G Andrew Tiller | Chiefs.com

Tiller played at Syracuse under Doug Marrone, now head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. In 2011, his redshirt senior season, he started all 12 games at right guard for the Orange and was an All-Big East first-team selection.

KC Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes II, analysis of Texas Tech all-22 game tape | The Kansas City Star

With that said, when we got a hold of some precious all-22 coaches tape of new Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes II — straight from Texas Tech coach Kliff Kingsbury, who curated the clips himself — you knew the A-Team had to go on Facebook Live to break it down.

Beane to control Bills' 53-man roster, but McDermott will have final say | The Buffalo News

The Buffalo News has learned that the Bills' model will pretty much replicate that of the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs' GM, John Dorsey, has a significant say in the assembling of the 53-man roster, but there is no mistaking that coach Andy Reid is in charge of the entire football operation and has final say.

An NFL source said McDermott would function in the same manner as Reid, who gave McDermott his first job in the league with the Philadelphia Eagles and has long served as his professional mentor. Unlike his predecessor, Doug Whaley, who virtually disappeared from public view after McDermott became the Bills' coach last January, Beane is expected to be more visible, as is the case with Dorsey.

Kansas City Chiefs are underdogs in 5 games this year, favored in all others | Arrowhead Pride

The Chiefs are a touchdown underdog against the Patriots in Week 1 and a 1-point ‘dog in Houston. They are 3-point ‘dogs at Oakland but 3-point favorites when the Raiders visit Arrowhead.

After leaving CBS, Tony Gonzalez joins Fox NFL pregame show | Sporting News

The former Chiefs and Falcons tight end left his job at CBS in March citing travel reasons as his means of departure. He spent three years with CBS on "The NFL Today," which is filmed in New York. But Gonzalez lives in Los Angeles, where "Fox NFL Sunday" is filmed.

New to the Denver Broncos, Jamaal Charles already active in the community | Mile High Sports

“It feels weird coming to work, putting another jersey on. It definitely feels weird, but it’s exciting weird,” Charles said (via DenverBroncos.com). “I’m excited about the new chapter. I’m excited about what’s ahead of me, and we’ll go from there.”

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