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Dwayne Bowe pleads guilty to amended charges
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe pleaded guilty to amended charges relating to his Nov. 10 arrest for marijuana possession, the Kansas City Star reports. He paid $610 in fines and didn't get probation. It remains to be seen if he'll be subject to the NFL's substance abuse program. 

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Travis Kelce to be Chiefs' pass-catching tight end
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Anthony Fasano is the Chiefs' starting tight end, but second-year pro Travis Kelce will be "their pass receiver at tight end" and "an important piece" in the passing game, reports ESPN.com. Kelce missed all of last season following microfracture surgery but is expected to be ready for OTAs.

The Chiefs got only 53 catches from tight ends last year.

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Report: Chiefs drop out of DeSean Jackson sweepstakes
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

The Chiefs are no longer interested in signing receiver DeSean Jackson, who was cut by the Eagles on Friday, reports NFL Network. It's a significant development, because Chiefs coach Andy Reid drafted Jackson in 2008 and coached him for five years with the Eagles.

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Chiefs contact DeSean Jackson's reps
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Shortly after DeSean Jackson's release by the Eagles, the Chiefs contacted the 27-year-old receiver's reps, reports 610 Sports Radio in Kansas City. Chiefs coach Andy Reid drafted Jackson when he was leading the Eagles, and Jackson thanked Reid in a statement following his release.

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Reid expects more from Jamaal Charles
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles had a career season in 2013, but coach Andy Reid said he can still improve.

Charles had 259 carries for 1,289 yards and 12 touchdowns and 70 catches for 693 yards and seven touchdowns in his first year playing for Reid.

"He still surprised me that he could catch that well," Reid said Tuesday at the NFL owners meetings. "He’s like a wide receiver out there running routes, all those things. He does it so easy. ... I saw progress all the way through the season, whether it was just subtleties in the run game or the blocking scheme, the route running. We were able to expand his package as we went. I think he'll just continue on."

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