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Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe says he's in the best shape of his life

By Terez A. Paylor

Excerpt from The Kansas City Star

"At 29 years old, Dwayne Bowe is not getting any younger.

And after a season like 2013, when he approached career lows with 57 catches, 673 yards and five touchdowns, it might be tempting to give up hope that he'll ever live up to his five‐year, $56 million contract…" READ MORE…

Top shots of Dwayne Bowe from the 2013 season.

Chiefs' top pick Dee Ford focused on keeping a level head

By Terez A. Paylor

Excerpt from The Kansas City Star

"When veteran inside linebacker Joe Mays was recently asked about first‐round draft pick Dee Ford, he did what other Chiefs have also done in the same situation — praised the young pass rusher by comparing him to a highly‐ accomplished star.

'That guy is explosive,' said Mays, a seventh‐year pro. 'He's quick off the ball. He kind of reminds me of Von Miller with the way that he gets off the ball and gets around the offensive linemen.'…" READ MORE…

Observations from Chiefs' OTA practice No. 9: Weston Dressler makes big play, gets injured

By Terez A. Paylor

Excerpt from The Kansas City Star

"Here are some observations from practice No. 9 of the Chiefs' organized team activities:

Slot receiver Weston Dressler made the Derrick Thomas Memorial Play of the Day when he juked third‐round cornerback Phillip Gaines out of his shoes and beat him deep on a go route. The throw from quarterback Chase Daniel was on the money, too. Unfortunately for Dressler, he missed most of the practice because of a hamstring injury…" READ MORE…

Early returns positive at free safety

By Adam Teicher

Excerpt from

"KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Alex Smith doesn't throw many interceptions. He had one of the lowest interceptions percentages in the NFL last season and even in practice generally takes good care of the ball.

So when free safety Husain Abdullah came away with an interception at practice on Wednesday, it was news. The interception was one of many plays made by Abdullah this offseason that give the Chiefs reason to believe they made the right decision to install him as their starter, though Sanders Commings could also still win the job…" READ MORE…

Weston Dressler injures hamstring

By Adam Teicher

Excerpt from

"KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Some observations from Kansas City Chiefs' practice:

Depth at slot receiver has been eroded. Weston Dressler was the latest casualty when he pulled up after a play and grabbed his left leg. Dressler injured his hamstring and didn't return to practice. He might not return before offseason practice concludes with next week's three-day mini-camp. Other top slot receiver candidates who haven't been working recently include Junior Hemingway (illness), Kyle Williams (rehabbing after last year's ACL surgery) and rookie De'Anthony Thomas (ineligible under NFL rules to begin practice until next week). Frankie Hammond Jr., who spent all of last season on the practice squad as an undrafted rookie, has been getting a lot of the work and making the most of it…" READ MORE…

No way to sugar coat it, Chiefs fans: Dontari Poe got freaking robbed

By Sean Keeler

Excerpt from FOX Sports Kansas City

"KANSAS CITY, Mo. ‐‐ This isn't Digger Phelps' NCAA Tournament bracket; somebody, somebody good, was always going to wind up being left out of the party. We get that. Only so many seats on this party bus to go around.

And yet: No Dontari Poe? Really?..." READ MORE…

Tweet of the Day

#Chiefs rookie @deeford is learning a lot from linebacker @TambaHali91. WATCH: — Kansas City Chiefs (@KCChiefs) June 13, 2014

Around the League Tweets

Brett Favre and the Packers are still planning for a return visit, possibly this season. READ: — NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) June 13, 2014

Worst to First? The new Buccaneers' GM, Jason Licht, believes they can do it: (via @theMMQB) — Sports Illustrated (@SInow) June 13, 2014

Friday morning one-liners — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) June 13, 2014

How did QBs perform last year according to pass depth? Let's take a look: — Pro Football Focus (@PFF) June 13, 2014

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