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Here’s all that’s happening around Chiefs Kingdom today.
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Terez A. Paylor talks tight ends and other OTA notes.
"Thus far in camp, however, the tight ends have been prominently involved. Fasano battled injuries last year but finally looks healthy, while second-year tight end Demetrius Harris — an ex-basketball player — has come back bigger and stronger and has occasionally gotten a chance to run with the first team."
ESPN’s “Four Downs” with their AFC West bloggers focuses on the Chiefs wide receivers situation.
"But from this vantage point it appears the Chiefs have a collection of players at this position who don’t add up to much."
The Chiefs have signed former Troy quarterback/wide receiver Deon Anthony.
Arrowhead Pride’s Matt Verderame says cutting Brandon Flowers would be a bad idea for the 2014 Chiefs.
"Look, I understand the Chiefs need to make cap space for guys like Houston, Smith and eventually Berry. However, there are easier ways (and less painful ones). First, sign Houston to an extension with his new deal kicking in next year, along with a signing bonus he receives immediately."
Sean Keeler ponders if the Chiefs are the “most average” good team in the NFL.
"In other words, much of the The Andy Gang remains an enigma, an unknown, a pendulum that could swing either way. And those unknowns could damn well determine whether Reid’s behind the wheel of a carriage or a pumpkin when the clock finally strikes midnight."
If you’d like to see a picture of Aaron Murray and his girlfriend Kacie McDonnell, you can do that here.
Two non-football stories:
– An NAIA running coach was fired for running in the Boston Marathon on a personal day.
– An 89-year old D-Day veteran re-enacts his Normandy jump.