Chiefs Offseason: Land Of A Thousand Dances

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1 Feature From The Bleachers

Thank you Wilson Pickett for popularizing the song “Land Of A Thousand Dances” because as much as the early 1960s became an explosion of dances inspired by that new rage called “rock-n-roll,” the Kansas City Chiefs offseason has become an explosion of questions, all of which must eventually be “worked out” like some form of the Watusi.

Fans and sportswriters alike have commented that the new later date for the NFL draft in May has given this offseason a feel of endlessness. The result is not only more questions but more time to raise questions, and there are plenty of those to go around.

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