Top 5 Headlines 5/27: Who are the five best guys for the Chiefs OL?

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1. Chiefs in search of 'five best guys' on offensive line

By Herbie Teope - Associated Press

"The Chiefs spent part of the offseason upgrading an offensive line that played a large role in allowing 49 total sacks in 2014.

And it began Tuesday on the first day of organized team activities (OTAs) with Eric Fisher at left tackle, Grubbs at left guard, third-year pro Eric Kush was at center, Jeff Allen at right guard and Donald Stephenson at right tackle.

"We're kind of playing everybody in all different spots, so we don't even care," coach Andy Reid said. "Tomorrow will probably be different. We're going to find the five best guys, that's what we're trying to get to.""    READ MORE…

Day One of OTA Practice

The Kansas City Chiefs begin phase three of the offseason program at The University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex.

2. Jeremy Maclin Happy To Reunite With Andy Reid On The Field

By Ray Boyd - CBS Philadelphia

"Jeremy Maclin left the only NFL home he's ever known to return to his home-state of Missouri, to reunite with the coach that drafted him. There were a lot of interesting story lines surrounding Maclin's decision to sign with the Chiefs.

The Chiefs opened OTAs on Tuesday and it marked the first time that Maclin was back on the practice field with Andy Reid. Maclin posted a picture with his new (old) head coach and made it clear he likes the reunion."    READ MORE…

3. Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris has additional foot surgery

By Terez Paylor - Kansas City Star

"Second-year tight end Demetrius Harris missed practice Tuesday while recovering from additional foot surgery, Chiefs coach Andy Reid said.

Harris played in eight games last season as the Chiefs' third tight end before he fractured his foot during pregame warmups before the Chiefs' 17-13 win over Buffalo in November.

Reid said Harris recently underwent additional foot surgery to fix a lingering problem. "    READ MORE…

4. Tamba Hali's role may be changing, but he's still valuable to Kansas City Chiefs

By Adam Teicher - ESPN

""Look at a guy like [Baltimore's Elvis] Dumervil," Hali said. "His role as any every-down player diminished. He didn't play as much last year but he made more plays. He had 17 sacks playing less last year. I played [most of] the time and I had six sacks. So maybe they're trying to figure out what works best and what's best for the team. I would love to be in there for those downs but if it's beneficial for our team ... the goal is the championship.

"If the coaches feel maybe I don't need to play the entire game, they're going to monitor it because the past couple of years, as the season goes on, my body starts to wear down. They may not want me to wear down. A guy like me, I'll keep playing until the wheels fall off but that might not be their plan. Their plan might be to find a way to keep me fresh for a long season.""    READ MORE…

5. Texans cancel first day of OTAs because of severe flooding

By Tania Ganguli - ESPN

"The Texans canceled their first day of organized team activities because of severe flooding in Houston that has submerged many roads and highways.

Tuesday's was scheduled to be the first of 10 OTA sessions to begin Phase 3 of the Texans' offseason program, as prescribed by the league's collective bargaining agreement. Phase 3 lasts four weeks and the Texans may reschedule the canceled session provided it falls within the designated four-week period, according to an NFL spokesman."    READ MORE…

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