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KC Chiefs say rookie RB Kareem Hunt is learning during OTAs | The Kansas City Star

One area where Hunt could make an impact in 2017 is as a receiver, where Bieniemy was impressed by his ability at Toledo.

“I also saw a kid who can do a lot of good things out of the backfield and did a great job of catching the football,” Bieniemy said.

Adam Schefter says there is some overreacting to the Chiefs cutting Jeremy Maclin | Arrowhead Pride

“This reminds me a little bit of the Denver Broncos in the mid 1990s when they got rid of Mike Pritchard and Anthony Miller and people thought what are they doing, the only receivers they have left are Ed McCaffrey and Rod Smith, they’re crazy!

Doug Pederson: Eagles not interested in WR Jeremy Maclin |

The Eagles will not pursue free-agent wide receiver Jeremy Maclin.

“At this time, no,” coach Doug Pederson said Thursday.

Jeremy Maclin leaves Baltimore Ravens facility without deal | Baltimore Beatdown

It’s not shocking, but this is slightly surprising. With Steve Smith Sr. in attendance during today’s visit, and with Maclin joining Ravens players during an NBA Finals watch party last night, it felt as though the contract was ready for Maclin’s signature.

Why the Eagles are passing on Jeremy Maclin | Les Bowen

"Love the guys that we have. We're always, constantly looking and obviously trying to better our roster at every position, but at this time, I'm very pleased with what we're working with . . . We have some young talent that's playing extremely well," Pederson said.

Ravens release tight end Dennis Pitta; free-agent receiver Jeremy Maclin arrives for visit | Baltimore Sun

However, he departed Buffalo without a deal and arrived in Baltimore early Wednesday evening, multiple sources confirmed. Maclin joined several Ravens players Wednesday night at a get-together to watch Game 3 of the NBA Finals, and his visit will likely continue with a tour of the Under Armour Performance Center and more meetings Thursday.

Newcomer Jaye Howard getting down to business for Bears at defensive end | Chicago Tribune

So when the Chiefs terminated his contract April 22, the Saturday before the draft, and less than 14 months after signing him to a two-year, $12 million, Howard was reminded it's a business.

"Nothing surprises you," the defensive end said Tuesday after the Bears' organized team activities at Halas Hall. "I enjoyed my time there. Just ready to start a new chapter."

Handling coaching critiques inext phase of Patrick Mahomes' development | The Kansas City Star

“He’s been under the gun, Coach Reid gets on him now,” co-offensive coordinator Matt Nagy said. “How does he handle that, the fire? When Coach gets on him, does he handle adversity the right way or does he go into the tank?

“So far he’s been awesome.”

Greg Lewis charged with molding KC Chiefs young receivers | The Kansas City Star

“He’s an everyman,” Childress said. “He walked on at Illinois, he quit once, he came back and won a position before landing in the NFL. He’s been through the whole ringer, and to make it in the NFL … odds would say that wasn’t going to happen.”

Royals to shift game time to accommodate September 12 U2 concert at Arrowhead | KMBC

The Chiefs were scheduled to host a U2 concert at Arrowhead stadium at 7:30 p.m. the same night which would have caused parking issues for both venues.

Dale Earnhardt Jr. tried to get Shaq back into a race car | For The Win

With second-row, half-court seats, Earnhardt was pumped to sit behind Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, catch up with Charles Barkley – who he said is always “super cool” with him – and try to convince Shaquille O’Neal to agree to a racing rematch behind the wheel.

Calgary Flames switch East Coast League affiliate to Kansas City Mavericks | The Chronicle Herald

The Mavericks are owned by Lamar Hunt Jr., who is the son of the founder of the NFL's Kansas City Chiefs.

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