1. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif could figure into Chiefs' plans at guard this year
By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star
"The Chiefs struggled at left guard all last season, but that does not necessarily mean they will invest a ton of resources in upgrading the position this offseason.
First off, projected starter Jeff Allen, who missed 15 games last season with an elbow injury, should be healthy and ready to play. And don't forget, the Chiefs also invested a sixth-round pick in guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, an athletic, 6-foot-4, 321-pounder from McGill University in Canada." READ MORE…
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2. Midseason switch to center boosts draft stock of Florida State's Cameron Erving
By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star
"When you see Florida State senior Cameron Erving in person, it's hard not to see a prototypical offensive tackle. He's 6 feet 5, 313 pounds with 34 1/8-inch-long arms that help steer pass rushers away from quarterbacks.
Left tackle is where Erving opened the 2014 season for the Seminoles, just like he had in 2013, when he served as star quarterback Jameis Winston's blind-side protector and won the Jacobs Blocking Trophy, voted on by the Atlantic Coast Conference's coaches and defensive coordinators." READ MORE…
3. LeSean McCoy traded to Bills
By Mike Rodak - ESPN.com
"The Philadelphia Eagles have a trade in place to send running back LeSean McCoy to the Buffalo Bills, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
In return, the Bills will send linebacker Kiko Alonso to the Eagles, the source said." READ MORE…
4. Cowboys, Cole Beasley reach deal
By Todd Archer - EPSN.com
"The Dallas Cowboys have a deal with a free-agent wide receiver -- it's just not the one everybody thought would get a long-term deal done first.
Cole Beasley, who was set to be a restricted free agent, agreed to a four-year deal worth roughly $14 million and $7 million guaranteed, according to a source, a day after the Cowboys placed the franchise tag on Dez Bryant." READ MORE…
5. Fans favor new stadium at Qualcomm
By Eric D. Williams - ESPN.com
"A standing-room-only crowd of more than 400 people filled a club suite at Qualcomm Stadium on Monday as fans of the San Diego Chargers took advantage of their first opportunity to weigh in on plans for a new stadium.
The mayor-appointed citizens' stadium advisory group took comments on the potential locations of a new stadium -- the Qualcomm Stadium site and a parcel downtown next to the San Diego Padres' Petco Park -- along with suggestions of how to fund the project." READ MORE…
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