Chiefs Weekly

Highlights from the Chiefs players social media accounts

Earlier this week, I sat down with Laurent Duvernay-Tardiff to talk about his adjustment to the States, the plan to continue medical school and becoming a member of the Chiefs. READ MORE.

On Saturday, Head Coach Andy Reid spoke at the NFL Career Symposium, giving advice to prospective head coaches and general managers. READ MORE.

Also, Chiefs Flag Warrior auditions are in a few weeks. Flag Warriors have the opportunity to watch the Chiefs games from the sidelines, interact with fans, run across the field at Arrowhead Stadium and get paid for it. READ MORE.

Plus, take a deeper look at the Chiefs 2014 draft class. READ MORE.

Now, let's check out what the Chiefs have been up to on social media.

Twitter

Derrick Johnson ranked #64 in the NFL's Top 100 Players of 2014.

Always humbled to make the top 100 NFL player's list. Easily motivated!!! pic.twitter.com/er2WazW990 — Derrick Johnson (@superdj56) May 29, 2014

Over the weekend, The Dwayne Bowe Foundation, along with Dwayne Bowe and KC Parks, helped build a playground at Searcy Creek Greenway.

I posted 31 photos on Facebook in the album "KC Parks and The Dwayne Bowe Foundation Team Up" http://t.co/laI18z1VfZ — Dwayne Bowe (@DwayneBowe82) June 2, 2014

Who is your favorite running back?.

Johnson: I would put Jamaal Charles over Adrian Peterson http://t.co/8cj5zezeTY pic.twitter.com/DSTtkdABEz — NFL (@nfl) May 29, 2014

The Chiefs are back at OTAs!

What a great day today at OTA's! Your Chiefs are coming together...what a difference a year makes in the system! But boy was it HOT outside! — Chase Daniel (@ChaseDaniel) June 3, 2014

Instagram

Eric Berry hosted Football Youth Camp this weekend. Click here for more photos.

Day2 comin up...

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