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1. John Dorsey: Chiefs have work to do at wide receiver

By Chris Wesseling - NFL.com

"The Kansas City Chiefs became the first team in over 60 years to go an entire season without a touchdown by a wide receiver.

General manager John Dorsey made it clear this week that the position will be a top priority in the offseason."    READ MORE…

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Kansas City Chiefs Cheerleaders during the Chiefs vs Chargers game on December 28, 2014

2. Alex Smith is positioned to be the Chiefs' quarterback for 2015 and beyond

By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star

"During Alex Smith's two-year tenure as the steward, of sorts, for Chiefs coach Andy Reid's West Coast Offense, general manager John Dorsey has long maintained that the quarterback has been well worth the two second-round picks they had to surrender to acquire him.

That opinion, for the record, has not changed."    READ MORE…

3. NFC Wildcard Playoff Preview

By Pete Sweeney - kcchiefs.com

"The NFL playoffs are here and although the Kansas City Chiefs will miss out this year, let's take a look at the games we'll all still be watching this weekend.

On the final day of the NFL regular season last Sunday, 10 of the 16 games played had playoff implications. Four divisions were decided, including the NFC South as the Panthers edged the Falcons."    READ MORE…

4. An NFL draft-centric New Year's Day viewing guide for Chiefs fans

By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star

"Auburn's offense: WR Sammie Coates, 6-2, 201, No. 18; C Reese Dismukes, 6-3, 299, No. 50

Auburn's defense: DT Gabe Wright, 6-2, 284, No. 90

Wisconsin's offense: RT Rob Havenstein, 6-8, 338, No. 78; RB Melvin Gordon, 6-0, 207, No. 25

Wisconsin's defense: DT Warren Herring, 6-2, 294, No. 45"    READ MORE…

5. Chiefs Cheerleader Krystal Selected for 2015 Pro Bowl

By Rachel Santschi - kcchiefs.com

"Chiefs Cheerleader and eighth year veteran, Krystal, will be representing the Chiefs organization at the 2015 Pro Bowl.

Krystal is a software architect for a healthcare IT company and is a graduate of the University of Richmond. She grew up in El Paso, TX and both of her parents were in the military."    READ MORE…

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