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Kansas City Chiefs

Stadium: Arrowhead Stadium | Coach: Andy Reid
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense25th119.9 (10th)198.9 (29th)
Defense7th127.2 (28th)203.2 (2nd)


Sun Sep 7
L 26 - 10TEN
Sun Sep 14
L 24 - 17at DEN
Sun Sep 21
W 34 - 15at MIA
Mon Sep 29
W 41 - 14NE
Sun Oct 5
L 22 - 17at SF
Sun Oct 19
W 23 - 20at SD
Sun Oct 26
W 34 - 7STL
Sun Nov 2
W 24 - 10NYJ
Sun Nov 9
W 17 - 13at BUF
Sun Nov 16
W 24 - 20SEA
Thu Nov 20
L 24 - 20at OAK
Sun Nov 30
L 29 - 16DEN
Sun Dec 7
L 17 - 14at ARI
Sun Dec 14
W 31 - 13OAK
Sun Dec 21
L 20 - 12at PIT
Sun Dec 28
W 19 - 7SD


Kansas City9-7-03-3-0
San Diego9-7-02-4-0
Jaguars, Raiders expected to lead chase for Randall Cobb
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com

Impending free agent receiver Randall Cobb apparently will not be returning to Green Bay, "barring the unexpected," and the Jaguars and Raiders are expected to be his top suitors, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Green Bay did not slap the franchise tag on Cobb, and the 24-year-old star believes he can do better than the Packers' offer of five years at $8 million to $9 million annually, the report said.

Other teams can start negotiating with Cobb at 3 p.m. Saturday. The Jaguars, who have $69.3 million in cap room, "are expected to be all over Cobb" as they need a dynamic threat from the slot to help quarterback Blake Bortles, the paper said.

Oakland has $56.6 million in cap room and also is preparing to bid for Cobb, the paper said, adding: "Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie helped draft Cobb for Green Bay in the second round four years ago and wants to reunite him with steady James Jones."

The Chiefs are over the cap but could create space to make a play for Cobb too, the report added. If Cobb leaves Green Bay, Davante Adams likely would step in as the starter opposite Jordy Nelson.

Cobb set career highs last year with 91 catches for 1,287 yards and 12 touchdowns.

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Report: Chiefs use franchise tag on Justin Houston
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

The Chiefs have decided to use their franchise tag on Justin Houston, a source told ESPN.

Houston, 26, has recorded 48 1/2 sacks over his first four seasons in the NFL and produced 22 sacks in 2014, which led the league. Signing the one-year deal would be worth about $13 million. Houston is not expected to sign the franchise tag anytime soon, reports NFL.com.

Houston will consult with the NFLPA to decide whether to file a grievance to be classified as a defensive end and not outside linebacker, a source told NBCSports.com.

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Chiefs' De'Anthony Thomas working on being a receiver this offseason
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

De'Anthony Thomas was drafted out of Oregon by the Chiefs as a running back. Though he worked in a hybrid role as a rookie, he was listed by Kansas City as a running back. 

That could change in 2015.

According to the Kansas City Star, Thomas said he's worked this offseason on becoming more of a complete receiver.

“Yes, I have the ability to run the whole [route] tree,” Thomas said. “That’s what I’ve been working on this offseason. I’m running all those routes in the sand [during beach workouts]. And once the time comes to come on the grass, I feel like it’s going to be a lot easier because I’ve prepared myself.”

Thomas ran for 113 yards and totaled 156 receiving yards in a reserve role. He made a big impact in the return game, combinging for 833 punt and kickoff return yards with a touchdown. 
With Thomas transitioning into being more of a receiver first, he's modeling him game after Steelers wideout Antonio Brown. Both are shorter targets, making the comparison fitting for Thomas. Thomas is listed at 5-feet-8, 176 pounds and Brown is 5-feet-10, 186 pounds. 
Brown had a career season in 2014, totaling 1,698 yards and 13 touchdowns. 

“I’m very impressed with Antonio Brown,” Thomas said. “He’s a great player, and I feel like I have the same ability to make the same plays like him and help the team and be that [kind of impact] player.”


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Chiefs release veteran tight end Anthony Fasano
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

The Chiefs announced Thursday that they have released tight end Anthony Fasano.

Fasano has been with Kansas City for the past two seasons after stints with the Dolphins (2008-12) and the Cowboys (2006-07). The Cowboys selected Fasano in the second round of the 2006 NFL draft. 

In 2014, Fasano caught 25 passes for 226 yards and four touchdowns. 

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Report: Chiefs plan to release Anthony Fasano
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

The Chiefs will be parting ways with tight end Anthony Fasano, a source told the NFL Network.

The Chiefs plan to release Fasano on Thursday. Fasano spent the last two seasons with the Chiefs. He totaled 48 catches for 426 yards and seven touchdowns with the Chiefs.

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