1. Mock draft 2.0: Picks start to shuffle as Combine approaches
By Peter Schrager - Fox Sports
"We're through the Senior Bowl, the Super Bowl, and a few days of agent signings and training facility selections. To cite Bill Belichick, "We're on to Indianapolis." The NFL Draft Scouting Combine awaits us and between now and then, I'll have a beefy, detailed preview to read and use during the weeklong "Underwear Olympics" bonanza.
The Senior Bowl was more than a few practices and a game. It's a four-day cocktail party and a schmooze, a chance for journalists to mingle with scouts, coaches, general managers, and player agents. In Mobile, you can find Chip Kelly at a Mellow Mushroom, NFL general managers at a Starbucks, and a sea of agents peddling business cards and a quick sales pitch on their guys. It's not always pretty, but it is informative." READ MORE…
Top 5 Jamaal Charles Runs
Photos of Jamaal Charles' best carries from the 2014 season.
2. Position analysis: running back
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"We're continuing our look at the Kansas City Chiefs' roster with the running backs.
2014 starts for the Chiefs: Jamaal Charles 15, Anthony Sherman 6, Knile Davis 1." READ MORE…
3. Richard Sherman won't have surgery
By ESPN - ESPN.com
"Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman will not undergo Tommy John elbow surgery, at least for now, sources told ESPN's John Clayton, confirming multiple reports.
Dr. James Andrews advised Sherman to try and let his elbow heal on its own, rather than have the surgery. Andrews will check on Sherman's elbow again in a month." READ MORE…
4. Rod Woodson joins Raiders staff
By Bill Williamson - ESPN.com
"New Oakland Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio completed his 2015 coaching staff Monday. Highlighting the last additions is the hiring of Pro Football Hall of Famer Rod Woodson as the team's assistant defensive backs coach.
Woodson coached Oakland's cornerbacks in 2011 and was a Bill Walsh Minority Coaching Fellowship Program intern with the Denver Broncos during the 2014 offseason. Del Rio was Denver's defensive coordinator at the time." READ MORE…
5. Scott Norwood AFC rings for sale
By Darren Rovell - ESPN.com
"Scott Norwood's name will forever have a ring to it in Buffalo, and now Bills fans can get his actual rings, if they so desire.
SCP Auctions is auctioning off the 1990 and 1991 AFC title rings that were given to Norwood, formerly a Bills kicker. Had it not been for Norwood's 47-yard field goal -- his longest attempt on a grass field -- that famously sailed wide right, the Bills would have defeated the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXV. The Bills went on to lose the next three Super Bowls as well in the franchise's only four appearances." READ MORE…
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Remembering the NFL's First Full-Time Black Scout, Lloyd Wells
Wells was paramount in building a roster that helped the Chiefs win Super Bowl IV
Chiefs CB Steve Nelson Primed for Big Season, Ready to Earn His Respect
The fourth-year cornerback finds himself in a new role this season
Chiefs Have Two Young Players on "Cusp of Elite Status," PFF Says
The football analytics website is singing the praises of a couple of the Chiefs' top young players
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif on Finishing Med School: "It's been a great journey"
The doctor spoke with the media Thursday
What We Learned From the Chiefs' Assistant Coaches on Thursday
Dave Toub, Eric Bieniemy, Bob Sutton, Al Harris and Mike Kafka all spoke with the media Thursday afternoon
Andy Reid on OTAs: "I can't say enough about the energy level"
Here's what we learned from Andy Reid on Thursday
New Chiefs' DT Xavier Williams Can Sense the Energy at Organized Team Activities
Known primarily as a run-stuffing nose tackle, Williams is settling in nicely in Kansas City
The Bud Light Game Day Pass is Back, Offering an Alternative to Traditional Season Tickets
The ticketing option offers fans a seat and a $10 concession credit at every Chiefs' home game for just $20 per game
OL Cam Erving Getting an Opportunity, Says Joining Chiefs Was "Breath of Fresh Air"
The former first-round pick is in his first full offseason with the Chiefs
Social Recap: Memorial Day, Dr. LDT and Reactions to the NBA Playoffs
A roundup of what the Chiefs have been up to on social media