1. Travis Kelce getting ready for bigger role against Seattle
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce may eventually get bumped back to a supporting role in Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks at Arrowhead Stadium. But with starter Anthony Fasano not practicing today because of a sore knee and Demetrius Harris out for the season because of a broken foot, Kelce figures to get a lot of work against the Seahawks.
The Chiefs limited Kelce's snaps early in the season in part because he was still learning the playbook. Coach Andy Reid said Kelce is now ready for more in case Fasano doesn't play against the Seahawks or his workload is limited. " READ MORE…
Chiefs Practice 11/12
Kansas City Chiefs practice in the indoor practice facility on November 12, 2014 in preparation for their upcoming sunday game vs the Seahawks
2. Waived countless times, Parker finally lands in KC
By Dave Skretta - Yahoo Sports
"Ron Parker can't remember exactly how many pro scouts showed up for his pro day.
Might have been two. Might have been as many as five. All he knows is that it wasn't many.
It's hard to find Newberry College, after all." READ MORE…
3. Missile or tank? Which back would you rather have: Chiefs' Charles or Seahawks' Lynch?
By Sean Keeler - Fox Sports Kansas City
"You get one ride to roll with. Do you rock the 10,000-pound monster truck or the Porsche?
The Sherman Tank or the V-1 guided missile? Death by a thousand nails or one quick stake through the heart?" READ MORE…
4. Tight end Travis Kelce buys into Chiefs' equal-opportunity offense
By Terez Paylor - The Kansas CIty Star
"Growing up in Cleveland Heights, Ohio, Travis Kelce loved football, and like most football-loving kids, he had his favorite players at each position.
"There were certain guys that I feel like played the game the right way," said Kelce, a third-round pick in 2013. "Guys like Jeremy Shockey, Tony Gonzalez, guys that really showed their passion for the game out there. You can't help but like guys that show that love."" READ MORE…
5. Former Chiefs tight end Tony Moeaki will be with Seahawks this weekend
By Randy Covtiz - The Kansas City Star
"Former Chiefs tight end Tony Moeaki, whose career was marked by injuries in Kansas City, has resurfaced with the Seahawks and will be in the lineup on Sunday, said Seattle coach Pete Carroll.
Moeaki, who caught 80 passes for 1,009 yards and four touchdowns for the Chiefs during 2010-12, was signed by Seattle as a free agent on Nov. 4. He was inactive for last week's game against the New York Giants." READ MORE…
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