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Caleb James is an NFL film and draft analyst for Arrowhead Pride based out of the Kansas City area. An Alumnus of Truman State University, he uses Arrowhead Pride to share his passion and knowledge for football as well as the Kansas City Chiefs. Specializing in film analysis, Caleb is always looking to find small details in games that go on to be larger factors as time progresses. As a member of the 2023 AP Draft team, Caleb was on site and streaming live from the media work room at the Westin Hotel.

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On the game's biggest stage, Patrick Mahomes once again did not disappoint.

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The 49ers’ All-Pro running back will provide Kansas City with a great challenge.

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In Wild Card win, the Chiefs’ defensive line dominated the Dolphins

On Wild Card Weekend, the Kansas City defensive line came to play.

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During the first matchup between the teams in Germany, Kansas City didn’t have to face Miami’s electric rookie.

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On Sunday, Kansas City’s offensive line found itself with a problem — but once again, Joe Thuney was the solution.