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UPDATING: Chiefs roster cuts for Saturday | Arrowhead Pride

We’re tracking the Chiefs cuts down below....

Chiefs trade DL David King to Tennessee | The Kansas City Star

King played 50 snaps for the Chiefs in their 30-6 win over the Titans on Thursday at Arrowhead Stadium, their final preseason game of the 2017 slate.

Chiefs trade DL David King to the Titans | Arrowhead Pride

The Kansas City Chiefs have made a trade with the Tennessee Titans! Chiefs defensive lineman David King is going to the Titans in exchange for a 2018 conditional seventh round pick. Both teams have announced it so it’s official. Only the Titans confirmed the actual pick.

Patrick Mahomes Closes Out the Preseason in Style | The Big Lead

Alex Smith will keep his job, for one season, while the Chiefs are in contention and he is playing well. But this situation has a lot of parallels to Mike Shanahan drafting Jay Cutler after a 13-3 season with Jake Plummer at quarterback. Denver was actually 7-4 but had lost two in a row when the switch was made in Cutler’s rookie year.

Tickets For Less signs Chiefs player as its new spokesman | Kansas City Business Journal

The rookie now will be the radio voice of Tickets For Less in its marketing campaigns. Mahomes also agreed to support the Team Little Owl Foundation, attending as many of its charitable functions as possible. Team Little Owl supports childhood brain cancer research.

KC man spent 47 years on Chiefs' sideline crew | The Kansas City Star

A man you’ve never heard of but whose work you’ve almost certainly seen is here to tell you about the time he almost got into a fistfight with Warren Sapp in front of 70,000 people, and many more watching on television.

“He started it,” Ken Bradshaw says. Bradshaw is 75 years old, and his straight face tells you he is not joking.

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