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How the Chiefs have used every advantage to navigate the offseason

John Sleezer/Kansas City Star/Tribune News Service via Getty Images By paying attention to the details, the Chiefs have maximized the value of the free agents they have signed — and set themselves up for the 2021 draft. When the Kansas City Chiefs signed wide receiver Demarcus Robinson to a one-year contract on Saturday, they made use of a new wrinkle of the just-adopted Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between the NFL and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA). Prior to its adoption,...

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Chiefs news roundup — 3/29/2020

Find all the latest in Chiefs news below: Free agency Chiefs to re-sign WR Demarcus Robinson Ex-Chiefs LB Reggie Ragland joins Lions in free agency 4 things to know about new Chiefs QB Jordan Ta’amu Contract details for new Chiefs OL Mike Remmers Washington uninterested in Bashaud Breeland reunion Blake Bell agrees to terms with Cowboys Chiefs to re-sign DT Mike Pennel Chiefs to re-sign FB Anthony Sherman 3 things to know about new Chiefs OL Mike Remmers Highlights of new QB Jordan...

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Updated Chiefs depth chart projections following first wave of free agency

The Kansas City Chiefs have been fairly quiet in free agency. They opened the 2020 league year with 60 players on the 90-man offseason roster. They’ve added six players since the onset of free agency, including re-signing three of their own free agents. As the salary cap space begins to thin, they’ll have to make some moves if they’re to add more players during the course of free agency. Chiefs general manager Brett Veach may move his attention to the 2020 NFL draft, which is set to...

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Mecole Hardman's Updated Fantasy Outlook After Chiefs Re-Sign Demarcus Robinson

The Kansas City Chiefs are running it back with virtually the same roster as they mount their Super Bowl defense in 2020...

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Chiefs reportedly set to re-sign WR Demarcus Robinson

The Kansas City Chiefs are making a move to keep their deep receiving corps intact. The Chiefs are bringing back wideout Demarcus Robinson on a one-year deal, reports Tom Pelissero of NFL.com (tweet). A four-year veteran, Robinson hit the market as an unrestricted free agent. But the majority of the wideouts who entered free agency did not find significant demand for their services, with the upcoming draft class playing into this  team-friendly marketplace. Robinson’s deal is worth a...

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Source: Chiefs re-signing WR Robinson for 1 year

DeMarcus Robinson's production increased each season after cracking the Chiefs' receiving rotation, going from 21 catches and 212 yards in 2017 to 32 and 449 in 2019.

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Chiefs re-signing WR Demarcus Robinson, per reports

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The free-agent wide receiver is apparently returning to the team in 2020.

According to a report from NFL Network reporter Tom Pelissero, the Kansas City Chiefs have signed free-agent wide receiver Demarcus Robinson to a one-year contract that will bring him back to the team in the 2020 season.

The #Chiefs are re-signing WR Demarcus Robinson to a one-year deal, source said.

— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 28, 2020

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Chiefs to re-sign WR Demarcus Robinson on one-year deal

The Kansas City Chiefs continue to prioritize their own players in free agency. According to NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero, the Chiefs will bring back WR Demarcus Robinson on a one-year deal. This comes as a bit of a surprise as Robinson was reported to draw interest from a number of teams in free agency, including the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles. Herbie Teope of the Kansas City Star reports that there was outside interest in Robinson. The Chiefs kept a line of communication...

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Breaking down new Lions LB Reggie Ragland with Chiefs Wire

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Ranking the Chiefs: Derrick Johnson squeaks in the top five

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On Saturdays through May, Arrowhead Pride contributors will weigh in on the five best Chiefs of all time. Ron Kopp leads us off.

On Saturdays through May, Arrowhead Pride contributors list (and explain) their top five Kansas City Chiefs of all time.

My top five all-time Chiefs Quarterback Patrick Mahomes Quarterback Len Dawson Edge rusher Derrick Thomas Tight end Travis Kelce Linebacker Derrick Johnson

For my list, I factored in their...

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What we learned about the Chiefs this week

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Taking a look at the week of March 23 on Arrowhead Pride...

Contract details for new Chiefs CB Antonio Hamilton now available

On Sunday, we got the contract parameters for newly-signed special teams ace Antonio Hamilton, learning that the Kansas City Chiefs had taken advantage of a special provision of the league’s CBA to save some money against the salary cap. By week’s end, we learned the team had done the same thing with new tackle Mike...

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Harrison Butker has reason to believe Chiefs won’t be satisfied with one Super Bowl

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The Chiefs kicker appeared on 610 Sports Radio earlier this week.

Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker appeared on 610 Sports Radio’s “Fescoe in the Morning” earlier this week, and he once again discussed his NFL journey from the Carolina Panthers to the Kansas City Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes and the team’s Super Bowl.

Now that the Chiefs have won Super Bowl LIV, they will turn their attention to their upcoming title defense in 2020. And Butker...

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Arrowheadlines: ESPN to show classic MNF games, kicks off with Chiefs at Rams

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Chiefs headlines for Saturday, March 28

The latest

Rams’ 54-51 win over Chiefs to air Monday on ESPN as part of “MNF Classics” | Clutch Points

With people being told to quarantine during the coronavirus pandemic, sports fans are longing to get a chance to watch sports again. To give fans something to watch, ESPN is going to air the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs epic Monday Night Football contest on Monday as part of...

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Who are analysts selecting for Chiefs at pick No. 32?

The 2020 NFL draft is just around the corner and the mock drafts are intensifying. Now that the first wave of free agency has ended, we’re starting to get a better feel for the draft needs of the 2020 Kansas City Chiefs. Cornerback has been the consensus pick for the Chiefs at No. 32 for a while now. Analysts seem to be struggling to come to a consensus on which player best fits the Chiefs defense. Here’s a look at some of the latest mock drafts out there and which players are heading to...

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Friday night tailgate

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The weekend is here!

Roger Goodell said the NFL Draft will go on as scheduled Reggie Ragland departed for the Lions And the Nerd Squad changed their minds on four draft prospects

Let’s see what you’re thinking...

Please have a great spring weekend — and be kind to each other!

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Four NFL Draft prospects our opinions have changed on

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On this week’s AP Draft Show, we discussed prospects that our opinions have changed on over the course of the evaluation process. This is a good, necessary part of draft work — if you’re not changing as you watch more and collect additional information, you’re not doing it right.

Here are four prospects that our opinions have shifted on:

Kent - IOL Ben Bartch, St. John’s (MN) Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports

I was hard on Bartch early in the...

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Report: Ex-Chiefs LB Reggie Ragland agrees to terms with Lions

The Kansas City Chiefs have lost another contributor from their Super Bowl LIV team in free agency. This time it is linebacker Reggie Ragland according to a report from ESPN insider Jeremy Fowler. One of the first moves that Brett Veach made when he took over for John Dorsey as general manager of the Chiefs was to acquire Ragland in trade, sending a fourth-round pick to the Buffalo Bills. Ragland came over to the Chiefs ahead of the 2017 NFL season after a rocky start to his career in...

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Lions sign LBs Reggie Ragland, Elijah Lee

On Friday, the Lions added a pair of linebackers to the pack. They’ve signed Reggie Ragland and Elijah Lee, according to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com and Justin Rogers of the Detroit News (Twitter links). Ragland, a 2016 second-round pick of the Bills under the Doug Whaley regime, was traded to the Chiefs in the summer of 2017. You may recall that Ragland was one of several Bills players to be jettisoned in that offseason – wide receiver Sammy Watkins, cornerback Ronald Darby, and...

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Roger Goodell: NFL Draft will go on as scheduled

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After a meeting with an ownership committee on Thursday, the NFL commissioner has made it clear the draft will not be delayed by the coronavirus pandemic.

In a memo sent to the Kansas City Chiefs (and the rest of the NFL’s teams) on Thursday evening, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell made it clear: the NFL Draft will be conducted as scheduled — if not exactly as planned — from April 23 to April 25.

The NFL had originally planned to hold the draft in...

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Reggie Ragland is signing with the Lions, according to ESPN

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Ragland’s usage dipped when the Chiefs switched defensive coordinators from Bob Sutton to Steve Spagnuolo

Former Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Reggie Ragland has found a new home, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. It is with the Detroit Lions.

ILB Reggie Ragland has agreed to terms with the Detroit Lions, per source. Former first-round pick won Super Bowl with the Chiefs.

— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) March 27, 2020

The Chiefs traded a 2019...

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