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1. Chiefs' Albert Wilson hopes to mold game after Steve Smith Sr.

By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star

"The day after the Chiefs' season-ending win over the San Diego Chargers, rookie receiver Albert Wilson was already talking about the offseason, and how he planned on improving.

"I'll probably leave sometime this week, and I'll probably be back within the month," Wilson said. "Just to get (down) the mental part of the game and pound the playbook with the quarterback that's probably here.""    READ MORE…

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2. Mailbag: What's a reasonable contract for Dwayne Bowe?

By Adam Teicher -

"@countvalek- @adamteicher #ChiefsMail If the Chiefs restructure/pay cut Bowe, what do you think would be would be a reasonable contract?

@adamteicher: Something far less than what the Chiefs are scheduled to pay Dwayne Bowe next season. He is due $11 million from the Chiefs in 2015. I would think something in the $5 million range would be reasonable for a player who is still the Chiefs' best wide receiver but no longer a star."    READ MORE…

3. Former Chiefs DE Art Still Named to the College Football Hall of Fame

By Pete Sweeney -

"The National Football Foundation announced former Chiefs defensive end Art Still as one of the newest members of the College Football Hall of Fame on Friday.

"It's humbling to be selected because I didn't do it alone," Still said in a statement to "It's a compliment to all the guys I played with and the coaches.""    READ MORE…

4. Chiefs playing-time analysis: Tight end

By Adam Teicher -

"We'll continue our series looking at the Kansas City Chiefs' playing time with the tight ends.

Offensive snaps: 962

Anthony Fasano: 638 snaps, 66.3 percent
Travis Kelce: 634 snaps, 65.9 percent
Demetrius Harris: 59 snaps, 6.1 percent"    READ MORE…

5. Top 5 Most Memorable Moments of the Chiefs 2014 Season

By BJ Kissel -

"Looking back at the Kansas City Chiefs' 2014 season is like riding a rollercoaster—plenty of ups and downs.

Not only did they beat the two No. 1 seeds in this season's playoffs, the AFC's New England Patriots and the NFC's Seattle Seahawks, but they also fell to two of the teams picking at the top of the draft this April, the Tennessee Titans, who pick second, and the Oakland Raiders, who pick fourth."    READ MORE…

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