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Top 5 Headlines 4/10: Terrell Owens: 'Andy Reid is best coach I've ever played for'

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1. Terrell Owens: 'Andy Reid best head coach I've ever played for'

By Ian Wenik - CSN Philly

"There were certainly no hard feelings when former Eagles star Terrell Owens returned to Philadelphia and took over the Comcast SportsNet Philadelphia offices Thursday.

And when asked to speculate on what his role would be in Chip Kelly's system today, Owens opted instead to praise his former head coach.

"I don't know in terms of comparison how they are as head coaches, because I've never been under the coaching and tutelage of Chip Kelly, but for myself, Andy Reid is the best head coach I've ever played for," Owens said."    READ MORE…

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2. Double coverage: Considering Titans and Chargers, Marcus Mariota and Philip Rivers

By Paul Kuharsky and Eric D. Williams - ESPN

"The Tennessee Titans will very likely have a crack at Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota with the No. 2 pick in the draft on April 30.

It's the season for connecting dots and drawing (hopeful) conclusions.

San Diego Chargers veteran quarterback Philip Rivers has let it be known he's not interested in moving to Los Angeles if the Chargers relocate. He's from Athens, Alabama, 100 miles south of Music City. He did good work with Ken Whisenhunt when the Titans coach was offensive coordinator for the Chargers in 2013."    READ MORE…

3. ESPN's Mel Kiper has Chiefs taking Jaelen Strong in first round

By Terez Paylor - Kansas City Star

"Kiper has four other receivers going ahead of Strong, with Alabama's Amari Cooper going to Oakland at No. 4, West Virginia's Kevin White going to Chicago at No. 7, Central Florida's Breshad Perriman going to the Rams at No. 10 and Louisville's DeVante Parker going to Cleveland at No. 12.

This marks the second straight mock that Kiper has projected Strong to the Chiefs. In his first mock draft, he projected Oklahoma receiver Dorial Green-Beckham to them. In his second mock, he projected Ohio State receiver Devin Smith to them."    READ MORE…

4. Five Reasons to Get Excited for the Chiefs' 2015 Preseason Schedule

By Pete Sweeney -

"Week 1: away at Arizona Cardinals – Revenge on the Line

The Chiefs played all four of their 2015 preseason opponents during the 2014 season and went an even 2-2 in the process.

One of the losses was a late-season game against the Cardinals in Arizona that came down to the wire. After the Chiefs built a 14-6 lead heading into the halftime locker room, the Cardinals rallied with 11 points in the second half for a 17-14 win.

The first time the Chiefs hit the field in 2015, they will have a chance to right that wrong to some degree."    READ MORE…

5. Steelers' Troy Polamalu is retiring: 'It's all about family'

By Scott Brown - ESPN

"Iconic Pittsburgh Steelers safety Troy Polamalu has decided to retire after a transcendent 12-year playing career, he told the Herald-Standard of Uniontown, Pennsylvania.

Polamalu said the decision to walk away from the game ultimately came down to wanting to spend more time with his wife, Theodora, and young sons, Paisios and Ephram.

"Since the end of the season I've had a chance to enjoy my family on a level that I never had before. It was awesome," Polamalu told the newspaper."    READ MORE…

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