1. Position analysis: wide reciever
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"2014 recap: It wasn't a good season for the Chiefs at these positions by any measure. Their wide receivers were last in the league in catches, yardage and touchdowns. No Chiefs wide receiver scored a touchdown, an amazing statistic in the modern, pass-happy NFL. Bowe continued to struggle to get open on any kind of consistent basis and had numbers that were for him about average for his past three seasons (60 catches, 754 yards). Avery missed 10 games after having surgery to repair a sports hernia and wasn't able to be the deep threat the Chiefs desperately needed. The bright spots were Wilson, an undrafted rookie who came on late in the season, and Avant, who caught 13 passes despite joining the Chiefs only for the final five games." READ MORE…
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2. Kiper Jr. gives yet another WR to Chiefs
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. has posted his second NFL mock draft of the season Insider for those with Insider access. The position for the Kansas City Chiefs hasn't changed from his initial mock but the player has.
This time, Kiper gives Ohio State wide receiver Devin Smith to the Chiefs. He had the Chiefs going in his previous mock with another wide receiver, Dorial Green-Beckham of Missouri by way of Oklahoma." READ MORE…
3. Chiefs' Alex Smith to host second annual youth football camp in June
By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star
"Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith will play host to his second annual youth football camp in June.
The two-day Hy-Vee Alex Smith Football ProCamp will be held from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on June 3 and 4 at Blue Valley North High School." READ MORE…
4. Retired Chiefs receiver Eddie Kennison starts wine club with wife
By Chris Oberholtz - KCTV5
"Eddie Kennison is best known as a former Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver, but now off the field, he is making a name as the city's wine receiver.
Nearly five years in retirement, Kennison is now putting his old jersey number 87 on a wine club with his wife." READ MORE…
5. Lamar Hunt: Color Blind
By Bob Moore - kcchiefs.com
"Take a look at a team photo of your favorite NFL team in the late to early 1960s. It is predominantly composed of white players. In one team picture from as late as 1962 there will not be a single black player.
Now, take a look at an AFL team photo, primarily the Dallas Texans who became the Kansas City Chiefs, and see how many players of color those teams have." READ MORE…
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