Kansas City Chiefs

June 3, 2012 5:00 AM

Chiefs expect better results at tight end

Having seen what having a couple of pass-catching tight ends could do for other teams, the Chiefs decided to get in on the trend. It wasn’t a difficult decision for the Chiefs, not after they played last season without even one competent pass receiver at the position. That’s one reason they suffered when they tried to throw the ball all year.

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