Sep 29, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tight end Sean McGrath (84) is congratulated by wide receiver Donnie Avery (17) after scoring a touchdown against the New York Giants in the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports
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Adam Teicher writes there is some hope for the Chiefs passing game in Travis Kelce.
"The Chiefs expect Kelce back at full strength next season. While it’s a big leap from being an offseason star to regular-season receiving threat, Kelce has the kind of potential to make it successfully. That potential indeed makes Kelce someone to consider as the Chiefs continue to search for consistent receiving threats."
Chiefs are looking for a beneficiary for their 2015 Charity game.
"The Chiefs annual charity game is held during the preseason, typically in August. The game has raised more than $4.5 million in the past nine years alone."
Bleacher Report has a video on a sleeper quarterback for the Chiefs on day three of the draft.
"Watch as Adam Lefkoe and Bleacher Report NFL Analyst Chris Simms identify which cerebral QB the Chiefs should target in the video above."
Former Chief Josh Bellamy is going to Chicago.
"The 6-foot, 206-pound Bellamy first entered the NFL with the Chiefs, signing as an undrafted free agent on April 30, 2012. As a rookie, he appeared in three games for Kansas City, making two tackles and returning five kickoffs for 101 yards."
Former Chiefs defensive end Brandon Moore was suspended for violating the league’s substance-abuse policy.
"Brandon Moore, a defensive end who was undrafted out Texas in 2013 and recently claimed on waivers by the Redskins, has been suspended for the first four games of the 2014 regular season, per a league source."
Jeffri Chadiha says the quiet Chiefs need to make a statement in the draft.
"Given how quiet they’ve been thus far, no team in the league faces more pressure to hit it big when the draft arrives next month.There is one obvious explanation for the Chiefs’ lack of major moves since the period for signing unrestricted free agents began on March 11: They don’t have much money to burn. Currently, they have about $4.5 million in salary-cap space, which ranks among the least favorable situations in the league.Kansas City sorely needs a few more difference-makers on its roster for this coming fall. If the Chiefs don’t find enough, we will be looking at a team that takes a major step backward after making significant strides last season."
Two non-football stories:
– UConn women went 40-0 on the season and won the NCAA Women’s basketball title last night.
– Batkid threw out the first pitch at San Francisco’s Opening Day on Tuesday.