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Chiefs have some options if they choose to draft a safety

NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock says there are a few safeties in the draft who are play-makers. In short, they’re the type who could help the Chiefs.

Q&A with Chiefs coach Andy Reid at the NFL Combine

Chiefs coach Andy Reid spoke to reporters Thursday at the NFL’s Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. He touched on Jamaal Charles, Eric Fisher and Eric Berry. Here are some of the highlights.

New Chiefs receiver Weston Dressler will be missed in Canada

One of the Canadian Football League's top players is officially headed to Kansas City. The Chiefs signed wide receiver Weston Dressler to a reserve-futures contract Tuesday, a few days after he was released by his longtime CFL team, the Saskatchewan Roughriders.

Shields falls short in bid for Pro Football Hall of Fame

The former Chiefs offensive lineman makes cut to 10 finalists, but is not picked for the Hall of Fame.

Former Chiefs lineman Will Shields hopes this is the year the Hall of Fame calls

Former Chiefs guard Will Shields has won just about every award there is in the sport of football. Everything but induction into the Pro Football of Fame. That could change Saturday, when Shields is one of 15 modern-day finalists to be considered for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2014.

Broncos’ coach John Fox feels super after heart scare

Denver Broncos coach John Fox realizes he’s lucky to be alive. Reaching Super Bowl XLVIII is just an added bonus. Fox, 58, had surgery to replace his aortic heart valve on Nov. 4.

Chiefs QB Alex Smith leads 22-21 comeback in schoolyard-format Pro Bowl

Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith led a last-minute drive that gave Team Rice a 22-21 win in the Pro Bowl on Sunday in Honolulu. The new Pro Bowl format, modeled after fantasy sports and schoolyard pickup games, pitted teams drafted by Hall of Famers Jerry Rice and Deion Sanders against each other.

Senior Bowl pass rushers could help Chiefs

Along with the rest of the NFL, the Chiefs’ primary decision-makers have descended upon the Senior Bowl this week in hopes of learning more about several prospects, including several at a few positions of need.

Chiefs’ Eric Fisher may be in line for a switch from right tackle to left

One of most crucial decisions for Chiefs general manager John Dorsey this offseason is at left tackle, where Branden Albert is a free agent. Conventional wisdom suggests right tackle Eric Fisher could get a shot at the position despite an underwhelming rookie season.

Dwayne Bowe expects bigger things next season

The Chiefs’ top receiver just finished one of the worst statistical seasons of his career, one in which the Chiefs’ freshly minted $56 million receiver took a backseat to the No. 1 running back when it came to both catches, targets, yards and touchdowns.

Chiefs lead pro football writers’ all-league honors

It’s little consolation to Chiefs fans still disappointed by their first-round playoff loss, but the club placed a league-most three players — running back Jamaal Charles, safety Eric Berry and punt returner Dexter McCluster — on the 2013 All-NFL team chosen by the Professional Football Writers of America.

NFL draft profile: Is imposing FSU receiver another Jon Baldwin?

From now until the NFL combine, The Star’s Terez A. Paylor will occasionally take a quick look at an intriguing prospect who might be a fit for the Chiefs. The first feature in the series focuses on Florida State receiver Kelvin Benjamin, the hero of the 2014 BCS National Championship Game who is earning Calvin Johnson comparisons but is raw.

Former Chiefs guard Will Shields is Hall of Fame finalist

Former Chiefs guard Will Shields is one of 15 modern-day finalists announced Thursday night for selection to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Chiefs say players injured in playoff loss to Colts are on the mend

Running back Jamaal Charles, receiver Donnie Avery and cornerback Brandon Flowers all suffered concussions. They are improving and completing concussion protocol testing. Receiver Dwayne Bowe has a mild foot sprain while linebacker Justin Houston has a knee sprain and bone bruise. They are both improving as their rehab continues. Running back Knile Davis has a left knee sprain and fibula fracture and is making progress as his rehab continues.

Chiefs must move on after devastating loss

It should probably come as no surprise that on Sunday, fewer than 24 hours after one of the biggest collapses in playoff history, Chiefs coach Andy Reid and his players were still trying to make sense of it all.

Chiefs collapse in 45-44 loss to Colts

The Chiefs’ 20-year postseason drought continued on Saturday night with the most painful loss of all. Worse than Lin Elliott. Worse than Elvis Grbac. In a colossal 28-point collapse, the Chiefs fell 45-44 to the Indianapolis Colts in an AFC wild-card game at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Chiefs wary, but not afraid, of Colts quarterback Andrew Luck

In his first two seasons in the NFL, Indianapolis quarterback Andrew Luck is 2-0 against the Chiefs. While Chiefs defenders respect Luck, they are not in awe of him.

Ten moves that helped GM John Dorsey turn around Chiefs

When John Dorsey was hired as Chiefs general manager last Jan. 14, he laid out a plan for his team to reach the playoffs and beyond. He just wasn’t sure it would happen in one season.

Chiefs’ elite eight players have shown staying power

Eight Chiefs were brought in by the regime of former general manager Carl Peterson and have experienced more than their share of highs and lows in Kansas City since 2005. This is the third playoff appearance for three of them and the second for the others. Here are their thoughts on the good times and bad times they’ve experienced, and how it makes them appreciate the Chiefs’ 11-5 season in 2013, especially after coming off a 2-14 year in 2012.

Chiefs’ Jamaal Charles is a ‘problem and a half’ for the Colts

With 1,980 yards from scrimmage in 2013 — rushing and receiving — and 19 touchdowns, Jamaal Charles logged the best regular season of his career and is the primary focus of the Indianapolis defense Saturday in the Chiefs-Colts wild-card playoff game.

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