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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs make a roster move, Brandin Cooks trade vs. Marcus Peters

Chiefs waive running back George Atkinson | ProFootballTalk

Atkinson has appeared in 21 career games with the Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns. He has seven carries for 34 yards and a touchdown.

The radical reconstruction of the Kansas City Chiefs secondary | AA

No one will come out and say it. No one has scheduled a press conference this winter to throw specific names under the bus, to say, “You know what, this season would have been much more successful if [insert cornerback’s name here] would have stepped up as expected.” But actions speak louder than words, and the Chiefs are speaking loud and clear when it comes to the defensive backs on the roster.

Why Brandin Cooks is worth more than Marcus Peters | KC Kingdom

If you just look at the compensation for those two players it would be easy to assume that Cooks is the better player than Peters. After all, a team would pay more for the better player right? Well unfortunately that’s not how trades work in the NFL.

Former KC Chiefs linebacker charged in pot case | The Kansas City Star

Defense attorney Ryan Ginie said at a hearing Wednesday in Johnson County District Court that Pierre-Louis is applying for the diversion program with the Johnson County District Attorney's Office.

Which Chiefs are untradeable? | Chiefs Wire

QB Patrick Mahomes

This one is obvious. Mahomes is the most untouchable Chiefs player right now because Kansas City is building the team around him. There’s a zero-percent chance Mahomes is going anywhere anytime soon.

Chiefs' Bennie Logan visited Titans | Music City Miracles

Logan isn’t much more than a run stuffer according to our friend Joel Thorman over at Arrowhead Pride. He, Logan not Joel, got a 68.6 grade from Pro Football Focus in 2017. That’s not great.

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