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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs offseason suggestions, LDT going to the Olympics

Today’s Chiefs news includes Laurent Duvernay-Tardif going to the Olympics (technically true) and moves the Chiefs should make this offseason.

The Chiefs offseason cuts and trades that can lead to more cap space | Arrowhead Pride

So instead, I’ve decided to take a look at what I’d do if I were Chiefs GM Brett Veach. Last season, I found myself frighteningly predictive of what the Chiefs would do prior to the draft (my thought was to trade up and draft Patrick Mahomes or Deshaun Watson. Spooky). So I figured maybe I’ll try to shoot thoughts into their minds again. hey, it worked once! Well, technically kinda/sorta twice, when they signed Bennie Logan (though that one didn’t work out as well as I thought it would).

Five good reasons Keenan Allen should be Comeback Player of the Year | ESPN

“He’s a great route-runner, and he just has a natural feel for the game, that I think he’s just born with,” Chargers general manager Tom Telesco said. “He’s got a great rapport with our quarterback, too. He was a tough cover for a lot of people this year. A lot of people knew we were going to him on third down, and he still produced for us.”

01/16 - What's Your Heart Attack Chiefs Moment? | 610 Sports Radio

If you were wearing an apple watch on Sunday watching Saints-Vikings, they thought you were having a heart attack; so at what point this season did you think you were having a heart attack watching the Chiefs?

Chiefs’ Laurent Duvernay-Tardif headed to Olympics … as a broadcaster | Toronto Sun

“I’m going to do profiles of athletes, and use my experience in the medical field and as an athlete to promote the team behind an individual athlete, that helps to optimize the athlete’s performance,” he said.

Chiefs' Kareem Hunt named PWFA's rookie of the year | The Kansas City Star

He was also selected as the co-offensive rookie of the year along with Saints running back Alvin Kamara, a fellow third-round pick who rushed 120 times for 728 yards — a league-leading 6.1 yards per carry — and eight touchdowns. Kamara also caught 81 passes for 826 yards and five touchdowns.