Fansided "Green Bay Packers tight end Jermichael Finley is set to hit the open market when free agency begins on Tuesday, and he is already receiving interst from plenty of teams around the league. While Finley is awaiting medical clearance from neck surgery, reports indicate as many as five teams have..." March 09
National Football Post "The Atlanta Falcons have an extremely high degree of interest in Kansas City Chiefs free agent offensive guard Jon Asamoah, according to league sources. Signing Asamoah could be an expensive propostion, though. Asamoah, 25, could provide an upgrade as a pass blocker for a Falcons offensive..." March 09
New York Daily News "The Jets’ pressing needs at the skill positions have been well-documented, but general manager John Idzik is fully aware that he’ll also have to solidify his offensive line for the team to build off an unexpected but promising 2013 season. To that end, the Daily News has learned that the Jets..." March 08
NFL.com "The NFL Competition Committee has discussed experimenting this preseason with a longer -- much longer -- extra-point try. According to one member, the committee's meetings this weekend included preliminary talks about placing the ball at the 25-yard line for the extra-point kick -- which would..." March 03
Kansas City Star "When the Chiefs signed Priest Holmes as an unrestricted free agent in 2001, the team expected him to be its third-down, change-of-pace running back. Instead, Holmes became the most prolific running back in franchise history. That’s why Holmes, the club’s all-time leader in rushing and..." March 02
Kansas.com "One of the more interesting things about the NFL Combine is the questions the league’s coaches and executives field during their time on the podium. Candor is rare, given the nature of today’s NFL. But occasionally, even the most mundane question can bring forth a revealing answer, and that’s..." March 01
Amid all the contract extensions going on, don't forget about Justin Houston. The Chiefs certainly haven't. Talks got rolling at combine
Kansas City Star "The agent for pending free-agent guard Geoff Schwartz met with the Chiefs during the NFL Combine and said the team has interest in bringing back Schwartz, though the two sides may not agree on money. “Geoff Schwartz loved it in Kansas City and would love to come back in Kansas City,” Deryk..." March 01
Amid all the contract extensions going on, don't forget about Justin Houston. The Chiefs certainly haven't. Talks got rolling at combine
NFL.com "The salary cap is set to make a big jump in 2014. NFL Media's Albert Breer reported Thursday the cap is expected to be set at $133 million, according to union and team sources. The official number could come as soon as Friday, according to Breer. The $133 million salary cap figure would be..." February 28
Kansas City Star "One of the more interesting things about the NFL Combine is the questions the league’s coaches and executives field during their time on the podium. Candor is rare, given the nature of today’s NFL. But occasionally, even the most mundane question can bring forth a revealing answer, and that’s..." February 27
Pro Football Talk "This may be the last season in which only 12 teams make the playoffs. Starting with the 2015 season, the NFL is likely to expand to seven playoff teams in each conference. Sources told Mark Maske of the Washington Post that the plan could be approved by the owners as soon as next month. “I..." February 27
ESPN.com "Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid answered some questions from reporters Thursday at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis. One of the topics was the possibility of reducing the workload on running back Jamaal Charles. Reid indicated the Chiefs intended to do that by playing Knile Davis..." February 26
Don't be surprised if AZ and MIA have at least some level of interest in Chiefs OT Branden Albert, who's not expected to return to KC.
Kansas City Star "The NFL is full of unique players, men whose overwhelming talent can make them the cornerstone of a franchise. But every so often, a team has so much success utilizing that player within a specific scheme, it elevates them to a sort of “flavor of the month” status. That is where Seattle free..." February 24
KCChiefs.com "Last year at the combine, I had the privilege of interviewing Kansas City Chiefs Area Scout Willie Davis. We talked about his playing days in the City of Fountains, including his famous game-winning TD catch against the Denver Broncos on Monday Night Football in 1994, but even more so about his..." February 23
Fansided "Last year, the Kansas City Chiefs found themselves in an interesting situation, as they held the No. 1 pick in the draft but didn’t pick again until the third round. This year the Chiefs have the same sort of wild nature to their draft order and are more than likely going to pass over the..." February 22
ESPN.com "The NFL is projected to raise its salary cap to about $130 million, up about 5 percent from $123 million last year, league sources said Thursday. The $130 million figure is even higher than teams are expecting or had been preparing for and will be welcome news for teams, especially ones like..." February 20
NFL.com "Breathe easy, PAT purists. The extra point appears safe ... for now. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport said Tuesday on NFL Network's "NFL Total Access" that the league's competition committee remains "very early" in any discussions about potentially eliminating extra points, which was a..." February 19
Sports Business Daily "The NFL paid Commissioner Roger Goodell $44.2M in the 12-month period that ended March 31, 2013, the league told SportsBusiness Journal earlier Friday. That figures include $9.1M of deferred pension and bonus earned the previous year. The league expects to file its tax return, which will include..." February 15
Pro Football Talk "It’s been more than a decade since ESPN pulled the plug on Playmakers, at the behest of former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue. Another network that doesn’t televise NFL games is going to give it another try. According to Deadline.com, HBO has picked up the series Ballers, which explores the..." February 14
Chiefs TE Richard Gordon signed a 1-yr, $645k extension this week. Gordon was scheduled to be a restricted free agent this offseason.
I'm told the #Chiefs have made the decision to let Branden Albert walk in free agency. Stephenson and Fisher will be the tackles in 2014.
SB Nation "This offseason, the Kansas City Chiefs have plenty to take care of within their own ranks. Of all their chores, none are more pressing than locking up Alex Smith with a contract extension. Smith, long seen as a game manager by most around the NFL, has become one of the better signal-callers..." February 11
Fansided "The Kansas City Chiefs appear to be interested in free agent wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, as was pointed out a month ago and hasn’t seemed to change since then. The team needs deep threats for Alex Smith and they need speedy receivers who can take his short passes downfield, and Maclin appears to..." February 10
Pro Football Talk "The Chiefs lost to the Colts 45-44 in the opening game of the playoffs and quarterback Alex Smith says it will take until the start of next season to get the “bitter taste” out of his mouth. Memories of the game aren’t entirely bitter for Smith, however. He threw for 378 yards and four..." February 09
Fansided "The Kansas City Chiefs seemed to be rolling into a deep playoff run this past year but the only rolling they did was rolling over against the Indianapolis Colts in the Wild Card. This offseason will be spent making a good team even better, but not everyone will be back in 2014. Branden Albert..." February 08
The #Chiefs announce they have released CB Dunta Robinson.
Kansas City Star "It appears long snapper Thomas Gafford, one of the Chiefs’ longest-tenured veterans, will be back for another season in 2014. According to NFL Players’ Association records, the Chiefs have re-signed Gafford, 31, to a one-year deal worth $730,000, which represents a slight raise on the $715,000..." February 06
Pro Football Talk "Thursday Night Football will air on CBS for eight weeks early in the 2014 regular season, the NFL announced today. The NFL had been searching for a broadcast partner to simulcast its NFL Network Thursday night games, and even though a simulcast with NFL Network is a less valuable property than..." February 05
The Chiefs officially signed WR Weston Dressler to a futures contract today.
ESPN.com "Few issues are more important to the Kansas City Chiefs over the next few months than to re-sign quarterback Alex Smith to a long-term contract extension. The recent comments of chairman Clark Hunt to Kansas City radio station 810 WHB are another indication the Chiefs intend to do so. “When we..." February 04
Kansas City Star "The number of underclassmen who have declared for the draft has risen each year since 2010, and for a team like the Chiefs, that’s not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, some draft analysts believe that because of the influx of talent in this year’s draft, the Chiefs, who pick 23rd overall,..." February 02
Kansas City Star "The Chiefs are reportedly set to sign a Canadian Football League receiver with a proven track record of production. According to TSN.ca and the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs are expected to sign former Saskatchewan Roughriders wide receiver Weston Dressler. Via Arrowhead Pride, Sportsnet.ca also..." February 01
Pro Football Talk "NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell sounds like a man who wants to see more teams in the playoffs. “We currently have 12 teams qualify for the playoffs, as you know. We are looking at the idea of expanding that by two teams to 14,” Goodell said at his State of the League press conference. “There’s a..." January 31
CBSSports.com "NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was asked Friday during his Super Bowl press conference if the league, in light of marijuana legalization in Colorado and Washington, would be willing to change its stance on marijuana usage and abide by state laws. "This has been something that has been asked..." January 31
Kansas City Star "About the same time Chiefs unleashed a collective groan when it was determined that Jamaal Charles suffered a concussion during a 45-44 first-round loss to Colts, it turns out the team's star running back was doing the exact same thing. “I was trying to get back on the field,” Charles said told..." January 29
NFL.com "NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was vocal in his displeasure with last year's Pro Bowl, disparaging the level of play and openly broaching the possibility the game could be eliminated. Goodell has a much different opinion Monday, one day after Team Rice edged Team Sanders in a revamped version..." January 27
NFL.com "The NFL wanted to manufacture excitement with the new Pro Bowl Draft format and rule changes. They got it. Team Rice defeated Team Sanders 22-21 on a rain-soaked field Sunday at Aloha Stadium. Defense ruled the day, which is not something weâve seen out of recent Pro Bowls. But while the..." January 27
Kansas City Star "The Chiefs are looking for a free safety this offseason, and for some, that might come as a surprise. Especially because the search has nothing to do with the late-season struggles of starter Kendrick Lewis. Instead, it has to do with the presence of Eric Berry, a fourth-year pro who will..." January 26
CBSSports.com "NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Thursday that if medical experts were ever able to show that medical marijuana could help treat concussions, he would consider allowing players to use it. Goodell's remarks were similar to his recent comments on the matter. "I'm not a medical expert," the..." January 24
Sporting News "The average family of John, Jane, Sue and Joseph decides to go to the Super Bowl. Already their bank account has taken a hit for at least $2,000. And that's if they're one of the 1,000 lucky ones who can get a $500 ticket. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell didn't seem fazed by the prices when..." January 21
Pro Football Talk "Patriots coach Bill Belichick lobbied the league Monday to discipline Broncos wide receiver Wes Welker for hitting and injuring Patriots cornerback Aqib Talib during a play in the AFC Championship Game. If the league decides to punish Welker, it wouldn’t be the first time that one of the..." January 21
Now official: former Chiefs HC Romeo Crennel signed a three-year deal to become defensive coordinator of the Houston Texans.
CBSSports.com "Almost immediately after Bill O'Brien was hired as the head coach of the Texans, it was reported that former Browns and Chiefs head coach Romeo Crennel would take over as the franchise's next defensive coordinator. According to CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora, Crennel finally has agreed to a..." January 20
Pro Football Talk "Commissioner Roger Goodell’s appearance on CNBC touched on various topics. One topic in particular is one that the NFL typically tries to tap dance around. The unprecedented growth of pro football over the last 20 years has resulted in large part from the ascension of fantasy football. With..." January 17
Kansas City Star "It’s no secret that Chiefs coach Andy Reid loves to use tight ends. So when the Chiefs invested a third-round pick last year on Cincinnati tight end Travis Kelce, it stood to reason Reid would waste no time putting the 6-foot-5, 260-pound Kelce to work just like Brent Celek, L.J. Smith and Chad..." January 17
Arrowhead Pride "Weston Dressler, a receiver in the CFL, worked out for the Kansas City Chiefs on Tuesday. Him trying to reach the NFL is a very big deal to those in Saskatchewan, who are fans of the Roughriders, Dressler's CFL team. I have done three radio shows in Canada this week with folks asking about the..." January 16