|Offense||2nd||150.0 (4th)||363.0 (2nd)|
|Defense||31st||100.0 (6th)||436.0 (32nd)|
|39||Abdullah, Husain||SS||6-0||204||7/27/1985||6||Washington State|
|97||Bailey, Allen||DE||6-3||288||3/25/1989||4||Miami (Fla.)|
|82||Bowe, Dwayne||WR||6-2||221||9/21/1984||8||Louisiana State|
|41||Bronson, Malcolm||DB||5-11||192||5/11/1990||1||McNeese State|
|Broussard, Risean||DT||6-2||280||//||R||Hinds CC MS|
|41||Campbell, Jordan||LB||5-11||240||6/29/1988||R||New Mexico Highlands|
|Dressler, Weston||WR||5-8||179||6/14/1985||R||North Dakota|
|80||Fasano, Anthony||TE||6-4||255||4/20/1984||9||Notre Dame|
|72||Fisher, Eric||T||6-8||306||1/5/1991||2||Central Michigan|
|24||Flowers, Brandon||CB||5-9||187||2/18/1986||7||Virginia Tech|
|81||Gordon, Richard||TE||6-4||268||6/7/1987||4||Miami (Fla.)|
|32||Gray, Cyrus||RB||5-10||206||11/18/1989||3||Texas A&M|
|67||Grissom, Cory||DT||6-2||316||6/9/1990||2||South Florida|
|91||Hali, Tamba||OLB||6-3||275||11/3/1983||9||Penn State|
|61||Hudson, Rodney||C||6-2||299||7/12/1989||4||Florida State|
|16||Jackson, Jerrell (FA)||WR||6-0||192||2/6/1990||1||Missouri|
|59||James, Robert (FA)||LB||5-11||224||12/26/1983||4||Arizona State|
|63||Johnson, Rishaw||G||6-3||313||2/23/1989||3||California (PA)|
|59||Kelly, Colin||OL||6-5||298||12/29/1989||2||Oregon State|
|64||Kush, Eric||C||6-4||313||9/9/1989||2||California (PA)|
|53||Mays, Joe||LB||5-11||244||7/6/1985||7||North Dakota State|
|84||McGrath, Sean||TE||6-5||247||12/3/1987||2||Henderson State|
|41||Owens, Chris||DB||5-9||180||12/1/1986||6||San Jose State|
|21||Robinson, Dunta (FA)||CB||5-10||183||4/11/1982||11||South Carolina|
|89||Ross, Rashad||WR||6-0||167||2/2/1990||1||Arizona State|
|6||Succop, Ryan||K||6-2||218||9/19/1986||6||South Carolina|
|30||Van Dyke, DeMarcus||DB||6-1||187||1/17/1989||3||Miami (Fla.)|
|98||Walker, Vance||DT||6-2||305||4/26/1987||6||Georgia Tech|
|69||Watkins, Rokevious||G||6-3||338||2/24/1989||3||South Carolina|
|Williams, Fred||WR||6-0||195||4/15/1988||R||St. Cloud State|
|19||Williams, Kyle (FA)||WR||5-10||186||7/19/1988||5||Arizona State|
|60||Wilson, Ridge||LB||6-4||256||2/7/1991||1||West Alabama|
|51||Zombo, Frank||OLB||6-3||254||3/5/1987||5||Central Michigan|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Fasano will attempt to do better than this in Week 17 at the Chargers before gearing up for the first round of the playoffs.
Hemingway will be a bit player once again in the playoffs.
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."
He told the media he doesn't like the idea of a go-to receiver.
"What we take a lot of pride in doing is spreading the ball around to all of the different people that we have, and we don't really focus in on, necessarily, one person in the throwing game," Reid said. "As a result, that makes defenses have to cover everybody, right?"
Bowe, in his first year with Reid in 2013, had just 57 catches for 673 yards and five touchdowns.
Flowers made his impact felt earlier in the game with an interception, while adding three tackles and two pass defenses. The Chiefs' season came to an end with the 45-44 loss.
Cornerback: Brandon Flowers, Chiefs; Brent Grimes, Dolphins; Joe Haden, Browns; Patrick Peterson, Cardinals; Darrelle Revis, Buccaneers; Richard Sherman, Seahawks; Aqib Talib, Patriots; Alterraun Verner,Titans.
Berry, 25, had 73 tackles, 3.5 sacks and three interceptions last season. The Chiefs "will want to keep him around for a long time," the report said.
Succop matched his season-high in scoring Saturday, a total he reached twice before. He finished the regular season 22 of 28 on field-goal attempts.
Jones appeared in eight games for the Chiefs in 2013 and finished with two catches for 34 yards. He has three career catches for 42 yards in three seasons.
James did not play at all in 2013 and has nine career tackles on his resume.
The Chiefs got only 53 catches from tight ends last year.
Linebacker Josh Martin was signed from the practice squad to take Commings' place on the active roster.
Owens played 14 games in 2013 with three starts. He finished the season with 57 tackles and 2 1/2 sacks.
Robinson had five solo tackles, one pass defense and one fumble recovery. Bailey had three solo tackles and one sack. Demps had no tackles, but had managed one interception and two pass defenses.
Other defensive contributors were Sean Smith (four solo tackles), safety Eric Berry (two solo tackles, two pass defenses, one fumble recovery), linebacker Justin Houston (two solo tackles) and defensive tackle Dontari Poe (two solo tackles).
Daniel hit receiver Dexter McCluster for a 2-yard touchdown in the first quarter. Daniel spread the ball to seven different receivers and led his team into range for the game-winning field goal. Alas, Ryan Succop missed the 41-yarder.
Daniel will go back to backing up Smith in Saturday's wild card game at Indianapolis.
Avery was taken to the locker room for concussion evaluation, and was ruled out for the remainder of the game shortly after.
Among its offensive players are linemen Branden Albert (knee, elbow), Jeff Allen (groin/hand) and Jon Asamoah (knee), tight ends Kevin Brock (shoulder) and Anthony Fasano (ankle/knee), wide receiver Donnie Avery (shoulder) and running back Anthony Sherman (knee).
Commings, who played mostly cornerback at Georgia before being selected in the fifth round of the 2013 draft by the Chiefs, was beset by injuries in his rookie year. But the team felt strongly enough about him to place the short-term injury-reserve tag on him after he broke his collarbone in training camp.
He played in just two games before a shoulder injury ended his season, but the Chiefs reportedly like his speed and range enough to consider him a possible starter in 2014.
"I loved his accuracy," Reid said. "I love his want to be great. I love the way he took things over and challenged everybody around him. I appreciated his whole game. His approach to the game raised the whole team. He's a gym rate. You've got to kick him out of the building. I was almost on secret double probation his first week in the building because he wanted to stay there forever. I'd have to kick him out. I said, 'You gotta go.'"
Sherman caught a pair of passes for just 1 yard total, but one of them went for a 5-yard score in the 45-44 loss.
Sherman caught just two passes for 3 yards throughout the regular season.
Jenkins was San Francisco's first-round pick in 2012.
Donald Stephenson is considered the favorite to step in at right tackle.
"I didn't expect it, but he's out there doing his thing," said Charles, who got knocked out of Kansas City's Jan. 4 playoff loss with a concussion. "I can't get mad at him -- it's just about football, and you've just got to be ready."
Johnson lowered his shoulder and blasted Charles in his shoulder/head area, the report said. The game's defensive MVP, Johnson said he would never try to hurt a teammate and that he was merely trying to "compete a little bit."
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