1. Terez A. Paylor (Kansas City Star) Chiefs' Dee Ford benefited from apprenticeship behind Tamba Hali, Justin Houston
By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star
"In the aftermath of the Chiefs' season-ending win over the San Diego Chargers, Dee Ford (— who was standing in front of his locker) was asked the most important thing he learned this season.
"Preparation," Ford said, after giving the question some thought." READ MORE…
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2. Right offseason moves could make Chiefs AFC contenders next season
By Sam Mellinger - The Kansas City Star
"The world is changing and the Chiefs are at home, watching. This is how it has been for a long time now, and, you know, this could have been their moment.
This would have been their moment. Andrew Luck will lead the Colts in the AFC Championship Game against Tom Brady and the Patriots, and the talk all week has been about the arrival of the future. Luck is on the fast track to greatness, with 11 wins and playoff appearances in each of his first three seasons, and in Kansas City it's hard not to think about how this could've been the Chiefs." READ MORE…
3. A good decision not to re-sign: Tyson Jackson?
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"The Kansas City Chiefs saw seven regulars depart as free agents last year and released an eighth. Here we're continuing a series looking back at each of those decisions and rendering a verdict whether the Chiefs made the right decision in letting the player walk.
Today: DE Tyson Jackson.
Jackson never lived up to his lofty draft status during his five seasons with the Chiefs. Jackson was the third player selected in the 2009 draft but wasn't anything more than a first- and second-down run defender while in Kansas City. He wasn't even much good at that until his last season or two with the Chiefs. " READ MORE…
4. Why Chiefs Fans Should Care About the Senior Bowl
By BJ Kissel - kcchiefs.com
""In a world of almost everything being automatic, from the help of smart phones in finding answers and solutions to practically anything by typing just a few words into a keyboard or phone, the process of building a championship football team couldn't be more different.
It's anything but simple." READ MORE…
5. 2014 Chiefs Positional Review: the Quarterbacks
By Pete Sweeney - kcchiefs.com
"The best part of looking back at the 2014 Kansas City Chiefs season is remembering the flashes. The blowout win on Monday night against New England. The five-game win streak out of the bye that garnered national attention. The knocking off of both eventual No. 1 seeds.
At times, especially after the win against Seattle, Kansas City looked dangerous. The Chiefs weren't a team you wanted to play." READ MORE…
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