1. Battling cancer, Chiefs safety Eric Berry 'doing really good,' brother says
By Terez Paylor - Kansas City Star
"It appears Eric Berry's treatment for Hodgkin lymphoma continues to go well.
Berry's younger brother Evan — a sophomore defensive back for the Tennessee Volunteers — told the media Tuesday in Knoxville that his older brother, a safety for the Chiefs, was doing well as he undergoes treatment." READ MORE…
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The Kansas City Chiefs cheerleaders pose for the 2015 poster photo shoot.
2. Browns a trendy trade target in pre-draft buzz
By Jeremy Fowler - ESPN
"MMQB's Peter King and ESPN's Mel Kiper have both floated Cleveland as a potential trade suitor for a move-up to get -- wait for it -- Alabama's Amari Cooper. Oh, that's not the name you were expecting? Well, also, ESPN colleague Bill Williamson floats a scenario where the Browns could have almost any player, even Marcus Mariota, if that's who they want. Williamson says the Raiders should trade the fourth and 68th overall picks for Cleveland's 12th and 19th picks, a straight swap. Enticing, no doubt.
King, meanwhile, sees Cooper as a potential option for Cleveland if he dips past the top five, which seems reasonable." READ MORE…
3. Five Things to Know About Chiefs Center Eric Kush
By Pete Sweeney - KCChiefs.com
"Kush played Division II college football.
Eric Kush played college football at California University of Pennsylvania, a Division II school in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference. Kush started 23 games for the Vulcans in 2011 and 2012, his final two seasons.
Kush is an avid hunter.
Kush frequently posts on social media about various hunting escapades, especially during the offseason." READ MORE…
4. Sam Bradford for Johnny Manziel just does not add up
By Pat McManamon - ESPN
"The Cleveland Browns did not dangle Johnny Manziel when they attempted to acquire Sam Bradford from the St. Louis Rams.
Now all of a sudden they're going to offer Manziel to the Philadelphia Eagles for the same player?
I don't buy it; not today, not yesterday, not tomorrow." READ MORE…
5. Arizona gym helps NFL players thrive
By Josh Weinfuss - ESPN
"Will Beatty's alarm clock doesn't usually go off early, especially in the offseason.
But he woke up at 6:30 a.m., knowing the sun would eventually come out and the air would warm up -- with no snow on the ground. That made it easy for the New York Giants left tackle to get out of bed 30 minutes earlier than he'd normally would during the season. In 90 minutes, Beatty would start to train alongside Pro Bowlers, veterans and Super Bowl champions. Mornings full of medicine balls, sled pulls, bench presses and sprints beat waking up to feet of snow in the Northeast." READ MORE…
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