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1. Dorial Green-Beckham regrets way his tenure at Missouri ended, will meet with Chiefs

By Terez Paylor - Kansas City Star

"A crowd quickly gathered around the stage as Dorial Green-Beckham hopped up a few stairs Thursday at the NFL Combine.

"Green-Beckham, 21, was speaking to reporters for the first time in nearly one year, a period in which he was accused of violence against women, dismissed from the Missouri football team and enrolled at Oklahoma, where he didn't play last fall because of NCAA transfer rules. That, and being a 6-foot-5, 237-pound wide receiver with a massive catch radius and impressive athleticism, tends to invite interest — and scrutiny."    READ MORE…

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Current Chiefs at the NFL combine throughout the years.

2. Chiefs GM John Dorsey Gives Update on LB Justin Houston

By BJ Kissel - The

"One of the biggest offseason storylines for the Kansas City Chiefs has been the status of the NFL's reigning sack leader Justin Houston, who is scheduled to become a free agent when the NFL's new league year begins on March 10.

After finishing the 2014 season with an NFL-best 22 sacks, Houston, who broke the Chiefs' franchise record for sacks in a season (Derrick Thomas – 20 – 1990), finished out his rookie contract after being selected in the third round of the 2011 NFL Draft out of Georgia." READ MORE…

3. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif figures in Chiefs' OL plans

By Adam Teicher -

"Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is a name that many Kansas City Chiefs fans have already forgotten. No reason to recall it last year, really. Duvernay-Tardif, an offensive lineman and a sixth-round draft pick last year, didn't get into a single game for the Chiefs as a rookie.

Just don't forget about Duvernay-Tardif as the Chiefs proceed through their offseason and get to training camp. The Chiefs haven't. The medical school student who played at McGill University in Canada looks to be very much in the Chiefs' plans this year, most likely at guard."    READ MORE…

4. Buckle up, Chiefs fans: If Houston stays, another popular vet likely goes

By Sean Keeler - Fox Sports

"He was going to be tagged right away. Then he was going to sign the tender right away.

And then he wasn't.

They don't call it the silly season for nothing."    READ MORE…

5. Salary cap boost won't spare Chiefs tough personnel decisions

By Kansas City Business Journal - James Dornbrook

"There probably was a bit of rejoicing by Kansas City Chiefs executives after the National Football League announced that the 2015 league salary cap was expected to be about $1.5 million higher than originally projected.

Although $1.5 million doesn't seem like much for a business with multimillion-dollar contracts, it can mean the world to a team like the Chiefs that is butting up against the cap and has 16 free agents, the most important being sack master Justin Houston. With the league originally expecting a cap of about $143 million, the Chiefs entered the offseason with $142.2 million in player contracts. It was one of the tightest salary cap situations in the league, with only five teams facing a worse situation: the Saints, Cardinals, Steelers, Patriots and 49ers."    READ MORE…

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