1. What available free agents make sense for Chiefs?
By Adam Teicher - ESPN
"Here is part I of the Kansas City Chiefs mailbag. Look for part II on Sunday.
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@adamteicher Now that we know what the post-draft roster looks like, are there any FAs that make sense for KC? A veteran "X" WR? #ChiefsMail
The Chiefs at least for now appear content with what they have. That could change as they go through offseason practice and there's an injury or another situation that causes a need. Generally at this time of year, unless a player is released for salary-cap purposes he's out there for a reason and that reason is most teams don't think much of him. So players available now should be viewed as emergency help." READ MORE…
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2. Brandon Marshall says Bears explored trading him to Pats
By Jeff Dickerson - ESPN
" New York Jets wide receiver Brandon Marshall revealed on Friday that before he signed a three-year extension last offseason, the Chicago Bears (his former team) explored the possibility of trading him to the New England Patriots.
"I could've played for the Patriots last year," Marshall told ESPN 1000's "Carmen and Jurko Show."" READ MORE…
3. Dante Fowler to miss rookie season with ACL tear
By Marc Sessler - NFL.com
"Dante Fowler's season is over before it began.
In a crushing turn of events for the Jaguars, the team's first-round pass rusher has been lost for the year with the torn left ACL he suffered during Jacksonville's first rookie minicamp session on Friday, a source close to the situation told NFL Media columnist Michael Silver. The team later confirmed the injury.
Fowler was carted off the field after tumbling to the ground during 11-on-11 drills. The No. 3 overall pick grasped at his left knee before trainers descended to examine him and ultimately cart the defender away." READ MORE…
4. More offseason praise for Johnny Manziel
By Pat McManamon - ESPN
"Two weeks of offseason work have produced no complaints and effusive praise for Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel.
The latest to pile on the plaudits was offensive coordinator John DeFilippo.
"What he wants to talk about before he stepped foot back in this building is his business," DeFilippo said at the team's rookie minicamp on Saturday. "All I know is Johnny the football player. And he's been awesome."" READ MORE…
5. Mick Jagger says energy and enthusiasm keep the Stones rolling
By Timothy Finn - Kansas City Star
"Mick Jagger recalls the first time the Rolling Stones played at Arrowhead Stadium.
"One of the first stadium shows we did was there," he told The Star recently from London. "I remember that one. It was a big outside show in the daylight. I wore, like, football clothes with yellow trousers. It's all about the clothes, really."
The date was June 6, 1975. Kansas City was the Stones' third stop on their Tour of the Americas '75." READ MORE…
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