After three playoff trips in the past four seasons, the Chiefs should explain to fans why they made big changes in their front office this offseason.
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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes II, the Chiefs' first-round draft choice, has signed his rookie contract. All of Kansas City's six draft picks are now under contract. The Chiefs begin a three-day rookie camp on Tuesday at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph.
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With six first-rounders -- including No. 10 pick Patrick Mahomes II-- still unsigned as training camps loom, we could see a repeat of Joey Bosa's holdout from last year.
Rookie running back Kareem Hunt and second-year defensive lineman Chris Jones could make a big impact this fall.
The Chiefs would be unlikely to rehire their former GM as the Panthers did recently; a Scott Pioli return would have led to some curious moves.
Kansas City added some exciting young talent in the 2017 draft, but opportunities for the rookies to earn significant playing time could be scarce.
In Eric Berry, K.C. retains a guy in his prime with a legitimate Hall of Fame case, while the Chiefs' punter has reaped the benefits of a special-teams emphasis under Andy Reid.
Carolina's move to cut ties with Dave Gettleman and the Chiefs' firing of John Dorsey are sensible decisions when considering teams' long-term plans.
Kansas City Chiefs' quarterback Alex Smith joins Kevin Kietzman to talk about the new aspects in his training regimen, the team's rocky off-season and upcoming challenges.
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We caught up with Keith Howland -- the lead guitarist for the supergroup Chicago -- to ask him about his love affair with the band he grew up idolizing and the football team that ultimately breaks his heart season after season.
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The NFL now has had two summer firings of general managers. The latest is the Panthers' Dave Gettleman, coming a few weeks after the Chiefs parted ways with John Dorsey. The timing is unusual mostly because an NFL GM's "busy season" is from February through June. Once training camp starts, roster-building is mostly complete. A new GM can't do much now to change his team's 2017 direction, and his impact on college scouting for the 2018 draft will be impacted by the fact that he'll inherit his predecessor's scouts. That's why teams normally make GM changes at the start of the offseason, not the end.
The Raiders are the popular pick to win the AFC West, but they must find a way to end their woes versus the Chiefs, who also are expected to contend.
The Chargers and Raiders aim to be ready to impress when new stadiums open, but right now it's Alex Smith hearing Patrick Mahomes' footsteps in K.C.
With uncertainty at quarterback as well as short- and long-term holes on both sides of the ball, Kansas City's outlook isn't all that peachy.
Marcus Peters told the Bay Area News Group that he's happy his friend Marshawn Lynch is playing for his hometown Raiders but promises the Chiefs will punish him when the teams meet.
A solid rookie season has Hunter Henry poised to take over as the Chargers' primary tight end, but he's not the only rising star in the AFC West.
Brett Veach will replace John Dorsey as the Chiefs' general manager, the team announced Monday.
The Chiefs have one of the most balanced rosters in the NFL, but with a quarterback decision looming, Kansas City's future will be carried on the shoulders of boom-or-bust rookie Patrick Mahomes II.
Derek Carr has some interesting new additions around him in Marshawn Lynch and Jared Cook; rookie Mike Williams will learn from Philip Rivers.