1. Which player was Chiefs' top rookie?
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"The Kansas City Chiefs on Saturday will announce their 2014 Most Valuable Player and rookie of the year as well as this year's entrant into the team's Hall of Fame. The Chiefs received some contributions from a few of their first-year players, including linebacker Dee Ford, wide receiver Albert Wilson and cornerback Phillip Gaines." READ MORE…
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2. Union Station will have an NFL Hall of Fame exhibit this summer
By Matt Campbell - The Kansas City Star
"No need for Kansas City football fans to visit Canton, Ohio, this summer — unless they want to see Will Shields of the Chiefs inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
The Hall of Fame is coming to them." READ MORE…
3. Chiefs' Travis Kelce did The Carlton, but lost a dance-off to someone named 'Skim Milk'
By Pete Grathoff - The Kansas City Star
"I confess to having never been to a Professional Bull Riders event, so maybe this kind of thing is normal.
But the PBR was in town last weekend at the Sprint Center, and Chiefs' tight end Travis Kelce attended on Friday night." READ MORE…
4. Alabama's Landon Collins is latest safety to pattern game after Sean Taylor
By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star
"Sean Taylor only played in the NFL for four years, but that was long enough from him to influence an entire generation of young safeties, including the Chiefs' Eric Berry and apparently, Alabama star Landon Collins.
Collins, who measures in at 6 feet and 228 pounds, is regarded as the top player at his position in this year's NFL Draft. At the Combine last week, Collins embraced the title of "box safety," touting a physical style of play befitting the position." READ MORE…
5. Lions release RB Reggie Bush
By Michael Rothstein - ESPN.com
"Reggie Bush is no longer a member of the Detroit Lions.
The Lions announced the release of the 29-year-old running back Wednesday afternoon, less than two weeks before the start of free agency. The move was initially reported by ESPN Insider Adam Schefter." READ MORE…
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