7/10 Headlines: Charles No. 8 of Top 100 Players

Posted Jul 10, 2014

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NFL Network ranks Chiefs’ Jamaal Charles league’s eighth-best player

Excerpt from The Kansas City Star

“It’s hardly a surprise, but running back Jamaal Charles is the fifth and final Chiefs player to make the NFL Network’s annual Top 100 players for 2014.

Charles’ ranking — No. 8 — was revealed Wednesday during the second-to-last episode of the eleven- part series, which began in May. You can check out the video here, which contains a bevy of Charles’ contemporaries heaping praise upon him…” READ MORE…

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Chiefs' top plays: Montana's 'MNF' thriller

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“This is one of three nominations for the most memorable play in Kansas City Chiefs history. Previously we featured 65 Toss Power Trap and Otis Taylor's catch and run for a touchdown in Super Bowl IV. Please vote for your choice as the Chiefs' most memorable play.

Score: Chiefs 31, Broncos 28 Date: Oct. 17, 1994 Site: Mile High Stadium…” READ MORE…

De'Anthony Thomas enters NFL training camp with high hopes: Ducks rundown

Excerpt from The Oregonian

“EUGENE -- Anyone who spent any time around De'Anthony Thomas or read his interviews during his time at Oregon knows the dynamic speedster's confidence bows to no man.

Even after graduating from the Pac-12 to the NFL that general rule still applies. The Kansas City rookie told he's out to prove that ‘I'm a player that nobody's ever seen step on the football field.’…” READ MORE…

Where is Doug Pederson? Catching up with the Cleveland Browns' starting quarterbacks since 1999

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“CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Doug Pederson was never the plan. Not to play, anyway.

On the list of Browns quarterbacks since the team's return in 1999, Pederson may be the most accidental. Released seven times in his eight-year career before arriving in Cleveland, Pederson signed with the Browns as Tim Couch's backup only after seriously contemplating retirement after he was let go by Philadelphia…” READ MORE…

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Dan Hanzus - @DanHanzus: I wrote about Peyton Manning landing at No. 1 on the ‪@Nflnetwork ‪#Top100. ‪ …

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