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Pete Sweeney

Wednesday night tailgate

Welcome to NFL Draft Eve.

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John Dixon

No criminal charges will be filed against Tyreek Hill or Crystal Espinal

On Wednesday, Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe made the announcement in a press conference

Speaking at a press conference on Wednesday afternoon, Johnson County District attorney Steve Howe announced that no criminal charges will be filed against Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill or his fiancee Crystal Espinal.

A cloud of suspicion has hung over Hill since March 15, when it was first reported an investigation was being conducted by Overland Park police after they were...

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No charges filed against Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill

The Johnson County District Attorney’s offense has declined to file charges in the investigation involving Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill, DA Stephen Howe announced on Wednesday. However, Howe is far from convinced that there was no wrongdoing. “We believe the a crime has occurred,” Howe said, before adding, “The evidence does not conclusively establish who commit the crime.” Authorities say Hill’s three-year old son suffered injuries, including a broken arm, at Hill’s home....

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Tyreek Hill will not face charges in child abuse case

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will not face charges over allegations of child abuse. In a Wednesday press conference, the Johnson County District Attorney announced that Hill would not be charged, nor will Crystal Espinal, the child’s mother. According to the district attorney, the belief is a crime was committed, but there was inconclusive evidence as to who committed it. Hill was reportedly being investigated for battery, and reports indicated that the child in question...

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Chiefs' Tyreek Hill Will Not Be Charged by District Attorney in Child Abuse Case

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill and his fiancee Crystal Espinal won't face charges in the child abuse case involving the couple's three-year-old son...

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John Dixon

ESPN’s Bill Barnwell grades the Frank Clark trade as a D- for the Chiefs

Barnwell thinks the Chiefs gave up too much in the deal that brings Clark to Kansas City

During the NFL free agency period, ESPN’s Bill Barnwell has been grading its significant moves. Now he’s weighed in on the trade between the Kansas City Chiefs and Seattle Seahawks that brings Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark to the Chiefs in exchange for the Chiefs’ first-round pick on Thursday and the less valuable of the team’s two 2020 second-round picks. As part of the deal, the teams...

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Kent Swanson

How the Chiefs draft strategy changes without pick 29

The Chiefs traded the 29th overall pick and a 2020 second-rounder for defensive end Frank Clark. Let’s talk about how that impacts the draft.

So much changed about the landscape of the Kansas City Chiefs roster and the assets they have to improve it in the last 24 hours. Gone is the 29th pick in the draft, the Chiefs’ lowest 2020 second-round pick (sup, 64?) and pick 92. In are Frank Clark and pick 84.

We spent some time in this week’s episode of the AP Draft Show breaking down the...

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Matt.Lane

Meet the Maryland safety who reminds us of the Honey Badger

A versatile safety-corner hybrid that plays like the Honey Badger

A very Merry Draftmas to you! It’s 25 Days of Draftmas on Arrowhead Pride, where we’ll be giving you a Kansas City Chiefs draft prospect every day in April leading up to the NFL Draft. You’ll get a daily prospect profile like this one right up until Draft Day.

Darnell Savage, safety 5’11” | 198 lbs | Maryland Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

Projected draft range: round two

I would take him in the: second...

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Aly Trost

Arrowheadlines: Seattle got best of Kansas City in Frank Clark trade, says PFF

Chiefs headlines for Wednesday, April 24.

The latest

Seahawks get the best of Kansas City in Frank Clark trade | Pro Football Focus

At pick 29 they were likely going to have a chance at some subset of Greedy Williams, Byron Murphy, DeAndre Baker, David Long and Rock Ya-Sin to bolster that group. Now, with their highest picks sitting at Nos. 61 and 63, Kansas City will have a harder time acquiring starting-caliber talent this weekend, with trading up (usually a poor choice analytically) or...

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Chiefs odds-on favorite to win Super Bowl 54 after Frank Clark trade

The Kansas City Chiefs greatly bolstered their defense by trading with the Seattle Seahawks for defensive end Frank Clark. The trade can be viewed as a huge positive for Kansas City, as the team is now heavily projected to win the next Super Bowl. Check out this analysis by SportsLine. “According to Stephen Oh over at SportsLine, the addition of Clark improves the Chiefs’ chances of winning the Super Bowl by 3.2 percent (h/t John Breech of CBS Sports). Before the deal, the Chiefs had the...

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Matt.Lane

The film review is in: Frank Clark brings everything Steve Spagnuolo seeks in a defensive end

Matt Lane breaks down the Chiefs’ newest defensive end with a full film review.

Many thought something else was coming.

With extra cap space and still some apparent holes that looked like they would be difficult to fill in the draft, it seemed possible that Brett Veach and the Kansas City Chiefs weren’t finished acquiring veteran players — whether the move was a late free-agency signing or a trade for an established player.

Leading up to this point — or at least to the Bashaud...

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Chiefs' defense can challenge Patriots with addition of Frank Clark

Frank Clark fits the Chiefs' new 4-3 scheme and, when paired with Patrick Mahomes and the offense, may be enough to push them into the Super Bowl.

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Seahawks trade Frank Clark to Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs have acquired defensive end Frank Clark in a trade with the Seattle Seahawks.  According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Seahawks agreed to trade Clark to the Chiefs for a first-round pick this year, a second-round pick in 2020 and an exchange of picks this year. Seattle placed the franchise tag on Clark this offseason. Kansas City, meanwhile, lost both of its top edge rushers. Dee Ford was traded to San Francisco for a 2020 second-round pick, and Justin Houston was...

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Pete Sweeney

Chiefs fans weigh in on the team’s biggest need

The SB Nation FanPulse is back for the 2019 season.

Many of you here at Arrowhead Pride began being polled last year on various things concerning the Kansas City Chiefs and matters across the NFL. This is part of SB Nation’s FanPulse tool, which sends weekly questions to the city’s most plugged-in and dedicated Chiefs fans via email.

If you are interested in joining the Chiefs’ FanPulse, please sign up here.

This week, we asked Chiefs fans to weigh in on the team’s top need in the...

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Pete Sweeney

Reports: Seahawks agree to trade defensive end Frank Clark to Chiefs

The Chiefs will reportedly sign Clark to a long-term contract.

The Kansas City Chiefs and Seattle Seahawks have agreed to a trade that will send defensive end Frank Clark to Kansas City.

The initial news came from NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, citing the Chiefs and Seahawks in deep talks about a trade for defensive end Frank Clark, which we have broken down in detail here.

Sources: The #Seahawks and #Chiefs are deep in talks on a trade to send star Frank Clark to KC. The compensation would...

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Pete Sweeney

Three Chiefs draft nuggets from over the years, courtesy of Sports Illustrated

SI’s Jenny Vrentas put out a fantastic article Tuesday morning, and we learned some things about the Kansas City Chiefs.

Sports Illustrated’s Jenny Vrentas posted a new article Tuesday titled, “The NFL Draft Information Trade: How Teams Gather Nuggets of Knowledge to Shape Draft Decisions.” If you’re a fan of the NFL and especially the NFL Draft, it is well worth your time.

The article breaks down how information flows between teams ahead of the most critical offseason event on the...

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John Dixon

PFF’s Steve Palazzolo’s final mock draft gives the Chiefs two CBs, a LB and a RB

Palazzolo predicts three rounds for the Chiefs in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Pro Football Focus analyst Steve Palazzolo has released his final three-round mock draft before the actual draft begins on Thursday. For the Kansas City Chiefs, Palazzolo takes Michigan cornerback David Long at 29, Temple cornerback Rock Ya-Sin at 61, Minnesota linebacker Blake Cashman at 63 and Memphis running back Darrell Henderson at 92.

To our knowledge, none of these players have visited the Chiefs in Kansas City —...

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Craig Stout

Cornerback Trayvon Mullen could contribute quickly in every coverage scheme

The Chiefs could get a versatile cornerback in Day 2 that could help in 2019.

A very Merry Draftmas to you! It’s 25 Days of Draftmas on Arrowhead Pride, where we’ll be giving you a Kansas City Chiefs draft prospect every day in April leading up to the NFL Draft. You’ll get a daily prospect profile like this one right up until Draft Day.

Trayvon Mullen, CB Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports 6’1” | 199 lbs | Clemson

Projected draft range: round two

Combine: 4.46 second 40-yard...

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Aly Trost

Arrowheadlines: Best cornerback fits for Chiefs ahead of NFL Draft

Chiefs headlines for Tuesday, April 23.

The latest

Nick Jacobs: Best cornerback fits for Chiefs in 2019 NFL Draft | 41 KSHB

Spagnuolo’s defense requires corners who understand route combinations and can quickly decipher how to handle and cover what opposing offense throw at them.

General manager Brett Veach needs to add more competition at the position, if not an impact corner who could contribute immediately.

Coverage will be even more important in 2019 to give the pass rush the time it...

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Pete Sweeney

Monday night tailgate

Monday of NFL Draft week is in the books, meaning we have just three more sleeps to go. Here is what stood out today at AP:

The potential Frank Clark trade gained more steam thanks to Peter King and Albert Breer. Damien Williams was probably even better in the red zone than you think. John provided a great look at the history of the NFL Draft.

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