1. Justin Houston's future in KC
By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star
"Justin Houston's contract situation remains in limbo, but multiple sources confirmed to The Star on Sunday that the Chiefs are expected to meet with Houston's representative, Joel Segal, at the NFL Combine, which begins Wednesday in Indianapolis.
Houston, a pending free agent, is believed to be a candidate for the franchise tag, which teams can use on one pending free agent per offseason. The period to tender franchise players begins Monday and runs through March 2." READ MORE…
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2. Mailbag: Would Chiefs draft a QB this year?
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"@whoa_bro15 - @adamteicher Is there any scenario the #Chiefs consider a QB in the draft? Nothing against Smith, but comp picks provide options #ChiefsMail
@adamteicher: I wouldn't think this to be a year the Chiefs would invest in another quarterback but knowing how John Dorsey and Andy Reid feel about having young quarterbacks to develop, it wouldn't surprise me. But the Chiefs already have Aaron Murray, Terrelle Pryor and the injured Tyler Bray, so they have a crowd." READ MORE…
3. Chase Daniel confident he'll return to Chiefs for 2015 season
By Tod Palmer - The Kansas City Star
" Former Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel is confident he'll remain with the Chiefs next season after proving his value as a backup quarterback in week 17.
For the second straight season, Daniel, who has been Alex Smith's backup the last two years, started the Chiefs' regular-season finale against the Chargers." READ MORE…
4. Alex Smith doesn't get why 49ers, Harbaugh couldn't make it work
By Michael David Smith - NBC Sports
"Count former 49ers quarterback Alex Smith among those who can't figure out why 49ers owner Jed York and General Manager Trent Baalke didn't want to keep a successful coach like Jim Harbaugh.
Smith told the San Jose Mercury News that he's baffled at why Harbaugh and almost all of his coaching staff were sent packing, despite the 49ers going to three NFC Championship Games in Harbaugh's four years at the helm." READ MORE…
5. Business booming for thriving city buried below Kansas City
By Chris Oberholtz - KCTV5
"Several underground complexes house a lot of Kansas City's manufacturing and transportation industry.
The largest is known as SubTropolis and began as a mining operation back in the 1940s." READ MORE…
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