Chiefs O-line still a work in progress
By Adam Teicher
Excerpt from ESPN.com
"KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Three months after losing three of last season's regular offensive linemen to free agency, the Kansas City Chiefs are still trying to sort through their options to replace them.
Offensive line combinations have often changed day to day and sometimes within practice periods. The Chiefs have worked seven linemen with their starting group at offseason practice, and that's not including starting left tackle Eric Fisher, who hasn't been able to participate in full team drills because of recent shoulder surgery…" READ MORE…
The Kansas City Chiefs continue OTAs Wednesday.
Kansas City Chiefs: Full Position and Depth-Chart Breakdown at Wide Receiver
By James Dudko
Excerpt from bleacherreport.com
"Wide receiver is the most contentious position on the Kansas City Chiefs' roster. It is seen as the main reason why the offense struggled to match the heights of the defense during the early stages of last season.
Yet despite the obvious question marks, the position was largely ignored in both free agency and the 2014 NFL draft. Head coach Andy Reid and offensive coordinator Doug Pederson seem content to manufacture plays in the passing game via scheme, rather than elite talent…" READ MORE…
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