1. GM John Dorsey is happy with the Chiefs' offseason moves
By Terez Paylor - Kansas City Star
"After every season, Chiefs general manager John Dorsey sits down with his front-office staff and coaches and begins the process of crafting a game plan for the offseason.
And now, about one week after the start of the new league year — and with several free-agent signings and trades already under his belt — Dorsey said that thus far, things are going pretty well." READ MORE…
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2. Loving Chiefs' spring makeover? Good, because GM Dorsey says he's not done yet
By Sean Keeler - Fox Sports Midwest
"But less than 10 days after the start of the 2015-16 NFL league year, Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey insists he ain't even close to finishing up his spring shopping yet.
"Well, you know, our philosophy is, 'We're never done,'" Dorsey said on a conference call with local writers Wednesday afternoon." READ MORE…
3. Owners to discuss 23 rules proposals
By Mike Rothstein, Mike Wells and The Associated Press - ESPN
"Significant changes to the use of video replay, including reviewing all fouls called by game officials, and a rule change that would allow teams to try for a "bonus" point after a successful 2-point conversion are among proposals that will be presented by the NFL's competition committee at next week's owners meetings in Phoenix." READ MORE…
4. Former Chiefs star Mike Garrett relives success in KC as A.D. of Langston University
By Randy Covitz - Kansas City Star
"Former Chiefs running back Mike Garrett never tires of returning to Kansas City.
Garrett, best known for scoring a pivotal touchdown on a 5-yard run better known as 65 Toss Power Trap in the Chiefs' 23-7 win over Minnesota in Super Bowl IV, is spending this week at the Independence Events Center in his role as athletic director at Langston (Okla.) University." READ MORE…
5. Art with a Soul: Chris Sembower's Journey
By B.J. Kissel - KCChiefs.com
"A picture might be worth a thousand words, but from the moment you walk inside 21G - Art with a Soul, the digital imagery of Chris Sembower, the founder and owner of this new store at Oak Park Mall, invokes more than words.
It brings upon an emotion that many can identify with, particularly to those of Chiefs Kingdom, for whom much of the work is centered around.
The walls are covered with this new brand of digital artistry, which Sembower, a 28-year-old native of Kansas City, developed over time and through a journey of both triumph and heartache." READ MORE…
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