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Top 5 Headlines 1/7: Chiefs Options in 2015 Draft

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1. Chiefs should have options at receiver, offensive line in first round of NFL Draft

By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star

"Chiefs general manager John Dorsey has plenty of areas on his football team that he would like to improve.

However, it's somewhat revealing that when asked about his receiving corps — and why the unit wasn't terribly productive this season — he didn't mind going into detail about what went wrong."    READ MORE…

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2. Chiefs playing time analysis: linebacker

By Adam Teicher -

"We'll continue our series looking at playing time for all of the Kansas City Chiefs with the linebackers.

Defensive snaps: 1,062

Justin Houston 1,033 snaps, 97.2 percent
Josh Mauga 1,005 snaps, 94.6 percent
Tamba Hali 976 snaps, 91.9 percent
James Michael-Johnson 437 snaps, 41.1 percent
Dee Ford, 122 snaps, 11.5 percent"    READ MORE…

3. Exactly what do the Chiefs have in WR Albert Wilson?

By Adam Teicher -

"t\It wouldn't be a bad idea for the Kansas City Chiefs to, with one or two exceptions, turn over their wide receivers. That means start from scratch. In Dwayne Bowe, Donnie Avery, Jason Avant, A.J. Jenkins and Junior Hemingway, there's too much age, too many big contracts and/or too little production.

The exceptions would be Albert Wilson and, depending on how he's classified, De'Anthony Thomas. He might be valuable as a kick returner and even on offense, but Thomas will never be an every-down presence because of his diminutive size."    READ MORE…

4. Refs missed blatant hold on Suh

By Adam Schefter -

"The NFL admitted to the Detroit Lions on Tuesday that officials missed a blatant hold on Ndamukong Suh on a crucial fourth-down conversion from Tony Romo to Jason Witten with six minutes left in Sunday's wild-card game.

The conversion happened after the disputed Brandon Pettigrew play and before the Cowboys' go-ahead touchdown."    READ MORE…

5. Governor: St. Louis wants Rams


"City and state leaders are committed to keeping the Rams in St. Louis but not at the expense of a "bidding war" with Los Angeles.

Rams owner Stan Kroenke has teamed up with the owners of the Hollywood Park site to build an 80,000-seat stadium on a 298-acre parcel of land in Inglewood, California, it was announced Monday."    READ MORE…

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