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12-4, 1st in AFC West

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

My bad on the number of Chiefs draft picks. Forgot they lost their sixth-round pick this year as part of the penalty for tampering with wide receiver Jeremy Maclin before he was a free agent. So they should have 10 picks.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs were awarded four compensatory picks for this year's draft, giving them 11 choices overall. The Chiefs will get one additional pick in each of the third and fifth rounds and two extra choices in the sixth round. These picks are in addition to their original allotment of seven picks, one in each round. The Chiefs haven't made more than 11 picks and a draft since 2008, when they had 12.

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Chiefs sign veteran RB Spiller to provide depth

The Chiefs have signed veteran running back C.J. Spiller, providing depth behind Spencer Ware in a move that could mean Jamaal Charles will be cut in a cost-saving move.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs have signed veteran running back C.J. Spiller. Spiller, 29, may not have much left. He was with three teams last year, rushing for a total of 18 yards. He also did little with the Saints in 2015. But given where the Chiefs are at running back right now, they have nothing to lose. If Spiller can get back to where he was with the Bills a few years ago, they have much to gain.

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Bell, Cousins among NFL's best free agents (0:58)
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Chiefs should sign Zach Brown

It's time for Kansas City to upgrade at linebacker, and Brown would be an excellent addition.

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Chiefs moving on from Jamaal Charles? (0:46)
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8dAdam Teicher

What will Chiefs do at No. 2 behind Alex Smith?

With the Chiefs set to allow backup QB Nick Foles to walk, the options behind Alex Smith are Tyler Bray, Joel Stave or a new face to be acquired.

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9dMel Kiper Jr.

Mock Draft 2.0: Chiefs pick offensive weapon

Kiper projects the Chiefs to add an under-the-radar receiver from East Carolina with the No. 27 pick in April's NFL draft.

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10dAdam Teicher

Will Poe or Berry land Chiefs' franchise tag?

Safety Eric Berry would be Kansas City's most logical choice. But his threat to sit out if tagged again makes defensive tackle Dontari Poe the team's most likely choice.

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Instant replay for Eric Berry and tag?

The Chiefs' three-time All-Pro safety could land the team's franchise tag for the second straight year, according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Caplan. DT Dontari Poe is another K.C. candidate, Caplan says. The period for declaring those players will begin on Wednesday.

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10dMike Sando

Continuity Rankings: Numbers misleading for K.C.

The Chiefs have greater continuity than the numbers would suggest. Remember, in spite of the turnover at offensive coordinator, it's Andy Reid that calls the plays.

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11dField Yates

Berry is Chiefs' biggest free-agent decision

Arguably no NFL team has a tougher decision on who to place their franchise tag on than the Chiefs. Will they put the tag on Eric Berry for a second straight year?

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11dAdam Teicher

Thomas could use a change of scenery

De'Anthony Thomas' impact in his three seasons with the Chiefs has been minimal. Since Thomas no longer has much of a role with the Chiefs, they should either find a team to trade him to or give him his release.

Team Stats

Passing Yards233.819th
Rushing Yards109.315th
Points For24.213th
Points Against19.47th