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NoPlayerPosHeightWeightBirthdateExpCollege
39Abdullah, Husain SS6-02047/27/19856Washington State
71Allen, Jeff G6-43061/8/19903Illinois
27Amaya, Jonathon DB6-220511/25/19884Nevada
4Anthony, Deon WR6-021410/4/1990RTroy
17Avery, Donnie WR5-112006/12/19847Houston
97Bailey, Allen DE6-32883/25/19894Miami (Fla.)
29Berry, Eric SS6-021112/29/19885Tennessee
82Bowe, Dwayne WR6-22219/21/19848Louisiana State
9Bray, Tyler QB6-621512/27/19912Tennessee
41Bronson, Malcolm DB5-111925/11/19901McNeese State
60Campbell, Jairus DT6-52965/20/1991RBowling Green State
38Campbell, Jordan FB5-112406/29/19881New Mexico Highlands
77Catapano, Mike DE6-42708/17/19902Princeton
25Charles, Jamaal RB5-1119912/27/19867Texas
2Colquitt, Dustin P6-32105/6/198210Tennessee
26Commings, Sanders CB6-02233/8/19902Georgia
31Cooper, Marcus CB6-21922/1/19902Rutgers
98Cudjo, Jermelle DT6-23049/28/19864Central Oklahoma
10Daniel, Chase QB6-022510/7/19866Missouri
34Davis, Knile RB5-1022710/5/19912Arkansas
70DeVito, Mike DE6-33056/10/19848Maine
13Dressler, Weston WR5-71796/14/19851North Dakota
76Duvernay-Tardif, Laurent T6-53212/11/1991RMcGill (Canada)
80Fasano, Anthony TE6-42554/20/19849Notre Dame
72Fisher, Eric T6-73061/5/19912Central Michigan
73Fulton, Zach G6-53169/23/1991RTennessee
43Gafford, Thomas LS6-22501/29/19837Houston
23Gaines, Phillip CB6-01934/4/1991RRice
81Gordon, Richard TE6-42656/7/19874Miami (Fla.)
62Gottschalk, Ben C6-52932/15/1992RSouthern Methodist
32Gray, Cyrus RB5-1020611/18/19893Texas A&M
91Hali, Tamba OLB6-327511/3/19839Penn State
75Hamilton, Dominique DT6-53151/18/19891Missouri
85Hammond, Frankie WR6-11842/17/19901Florida
68Harris, Ryan T6-53023/11/19857Notre Dame
47Harris, Demetrius TE6-72307/29/19911Wis.-Milwaukee
22Harrison, Mark WR6-323012/11/19902Rutgers
88Hemingway, Junior WR6-122512/27/19882Michigan
65Henry, Ricky G6-43107/27/19873Nebraska
45Highsmith, Alonzo OLB6-024011/21/19891Arkansas
50Houston, Justin OLB6-32581/12/19894Georgia
96Howard, Jaye DT6-330112/20/19883Florida
61Hudson, Rodney C6-22997/12/19894Florida State
67Hudson, Otis G6-53307/19/19862Eastern Illinois
89Jackson, Jerrell WR6-01922/6/19901Missouri
15Jenkins, A.J. WR6-02009/30/19893Illinois
75Johnson, Rishaw G6-33132/23/19892California (PA)
57Johnson, Nico ILB6-22496/19/19902Alabama
52Johnson, James-Michael LB6-12408/20/19893Nevada
56Johnson, Derrick ILB6-324211/22/198210Texas
24Jones, Brandon DB6-118711/2/19891Rutgers
30Kearney, Vernon DB6-21851/31/19891Lane
87Kelce, Travis TE6-526010/5/19892Cincinnati
64Kush, Eric C6-43139/9/19892California (PA)
74Linkenbach, Jeffrey G6-63256/9/19875Cincinnati
94Love, Kyle DT6-131511/18/19864Mississippi State
95Martin, Josh LB6-324511/7/19912Columbia
53Mauga, Josh LB6-12456/20/19875Nevada
53Mays, Joe ILB5-112447/6/19857North Dakota State
66McKee, Ryan T6-630811/4/19861Southern Mississippi
30McKnight, Joe RB5-112054/16/19884USC
34McMillian, Jerron SS5-112034/2/19893Maine
7Murray, Aaron QB6-120711/10/1990RGeorgia
20Owens, Chris CB5-918012/1/19866San Jose State
38Parker, Ron CB6-02068/17/19874Newberry
92Poe, Dontari NT6-33468/18/19903Memphis
44Rogers, Justin DB5-111811/16/19884Richmond
22Rutland, Kevin DB6-01934/2/19882Missouri
5Santos, Cairo K5-816011/12/1991RTulane
84Schiltz, Adam TE6-42456/27/19901Emporia State
93Schwenke, Kona DT6-42975/11/1992RNotre Dame
42Sherman, Anthony FB5-1024212/11/19884Connecticut
21Smith, Sean CB6-32187/14/19876Utah
35Smith, Damond DB5-111847/8/1991RSouth Alabama
11Smith, Alex QB6-42175/7/198410Utah
49Sorensen, Daniel DB6-22083/5/1990RBrigham Young
79Stephenson, Donald T6-63129/30/19883Oklahoma
6Succop, Ryan K6-22189/19/19866South Carolina
14Surgent, Darryl WR6-01955/13/1992RLouisiana-Lafayette
1Thomas, De'Anthony RB5-81761/5/1993ROregon
40Van Dyke, DeMarcus DB6-11871/17/19894Miami (Fla.)
99Walker, Vance DT6-23054/26/19876Georgia Tech
68Webb, J'Marcus T6-73338/8/19885West Texas A&M
35West, Charcandrick RB5-102056/2/1991RAbilene Christian
83Williams, Fred WR6-01904/15/19881St. Cloud State
19Williams, Kyle WR5-101867/19/19885Arizona State
8Wilson, Albert WR5-92007/12/1992RGeorgia State
51Zombo, Frank OLB6-32543/5/19875Central Michigan
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54Moses, Dezman (IR) LB6-22491/4/19893Tulane
 
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DeMarcus Van Dyke
News
The Steelers shuffled the roster Saturday, as the search for offensive line help continues. Center Fernando Velasco was placed on injured reserve with a leg injury, suffered in Week 13 against the Ravens, and defensive back DeMarcus Van Dyke was waived.

The moves were made in order to add offensive linemen Rashad Butler and Eric Olsen

Rodney Hudson
News
Six Chiefs have been designated as probable for the Sunday battle against Oakland. They are cornerback Marcus Cooper (back), center Rodney Hudson (elbow), linebacker Nico Johnson (elbow), tight end Sean McGrath (knee), defensive back Ron Parker (shoulder) and running back Anthony Sherman (knee/ankle).
Phillip Gaines
News
Chiefs rookie cornerback Phillip Gaines was taken off the practice field Monday with an undisclosed injury, reports ESPN.com. Gaines is a third-round pick who started 40 games at Rice.
Ryan Harris
News
The Chiefs signed free agent offensive tackle Ryan Harris, who started five games for the Texans over the past two seasons.
Vance Walker
News
The Chiefs announced the signing of former Raiders defensive lineman Vance Walker on Friday, per ESPN. Walker appeared in 15 games and registered 40 tackles with three sacks last season with Oakland.
Ben Gottschalk
No Updates
Cairo Santos
No Updates
Darryl Surgent
No Updates
Albert Wilson
News
In addition to running back Jamaal Charles, who's being held out as a precaution, the following Chiefs did not make the trip to Carolina for Sunday night's game: safety Eric Berry, defensive back Damond Smith, defensive end Mike DeVito, receiver Albert Wilson, defensive end Mike Catapano, linebacker Josh Mauga, defensive tackle Kona Schwenke and running back Joe McKnight.
Anthony Fasano
News
Anthony Fasano of the Chiefs caught one of four targets against the Colts Sunday for 19 yards. 

Fasano will attempt to do better than this in Week 17 at the Chargers before gearing up for the first round of the playoffs. 

Mike Catapano
News
In addition to running back Jamaal Charles, who's being held out as a precaution, the following Chiefs did not make the trip to Carolina for Sunday night's game: safety Eric Berry, defensive back Damond Smith, defensive end Mike DeVito, receiver Albert Wilson, defensive end Mike Catapano, linebacker Josh Mauga, defensive tackle Kona Schwenke and running back Joe McKnight.
Jeff Allen
News
Chiefs offensive lineman Jeff Allen (groin, knee), defensive lineman Mike DeVito (knee), offensive lineman Rodney Hudson (elbow), defensive back Ron Parker (shoulder) and running back Anthony Sherman (knee, ankle), who were listed as probable on Friday's injury report, are all active for Week 14 at Washington.
Ron Parker
News
Chiefs linebacker Tamba Hali is officially active for Saturday's Wild Card round game against the Colts, despite being listed as questionable on the injury report with a knee injury. Hali sat out the team's final regular season game as a result of the injury as well. 

Hali is joined on the field by fellow injured linebacker Justin Houston (elbow) and defensive back Ron Parker (finger, ankle), both of whom were considered probable for the game. 

Junior Hemingway
News
Chiefs wide receiver Junior Hemingway was forced out of Sunday's preseason game at Carolina with a hip injury, the team announced. He sustained the injury in the second quarter and was unable to return for the remainder of the game. Hemingway was targeted once and finished without a grab.
Injury
Hip - Questionable for Week 3 of preseason
De'Anthony Thomas
News
Chiefs rookie running back De'Anthony Thomas may not get a chance to make as much of an impact in the backfield this season, but that didn't stop him from scoring on Thursday. Thomas ran a punt back 80 yards for a touchdown in first quarter of his first preseason game. He also took a handoff with the first-team offense for a gain of 3 yards. 

Thomas is expected to compete for a role on the offense and on special teams in camp this summer.
Fred Williams
No Updates
Joe McKnight
News
In addition to running back Jamaal Charles, who's being held out as a precaution, the following Chiefs did not make the trip to Carolina for Sunday night's game: safety Eric Berry, defensive back Damond Smith, defensive end Mike DeVito, receiver Albert Wilson, defensive end Mike Catapano, linebacker Josh Mauga, defensive tackle Kona Schwenke and running back Joe McKnight.
Injury
Knee - PUP. Questionable for start of regular season
Alonzo Highsmith
News
The Chiefs have signed linebacker Alonzo Highsmith to a reserve-futures contract. The former University of Arkansas player was signed by Miami as an undrafted free agent in May and released during training camp in August.
Mike DeVito
News
In addition to running back Jamaal Charles, who's being held out as a precaution, the following Chiefs did not make the trip to Carolina for Sunday night's game: safety Eric Berry, defensive back Damond Smith, defensive end Mike DeVito, receiver Albert Wilson, defensive end Mike Catapano, linebacker Josh Mauga, defensive tackle Kona Schwenke and running back Joe McKnight.
Cyrus Gray
News
The Chiefs got a slew of minor contributions in their loss at San Diego. Among them, tight end Sean McGrath caught an 11-yard pass and tight end Richard Gordon had a 3-yard reception. Running back Cyrus Gray carried twice for 2 yards and caught three passes for 7 yards. 
Rishaw Johnson
News
Among the seven players inactive for the Chiefs in Week 16 against the Colts, only three are out as a result of injuries. Tackle Branden Albert (knee) is joined on the sidelines by linebackers Justin Houston (elbow) and Nico Johnson (ankle).

Additionally, offensive linemen Rishaw Johnson and Eric Kush, quarterback Tyler Bray, and defensive lineman Jaye Howard are all out of uniform Sunday. 

Dezman Moses
News
The Chiefs added linebacker Devan Walker Saturday, after Dezman Moses was waived following elbow surgery, reports ESPN.com. Walker spent last season with the Chargers. 
Injury
Tyler Bray
News
With pick No. 163 in the NFL Draft, the Chiefs selected quarterback Aaron Murray from Georgia. Murray is expected to challenge Chase Daniel and Tyler Bray to be the No. 2 quarterback behind starter Alex Smith.

Murray will likely sit for at least a year since Smith is entering the final season of his contract, although don't be suprised if Smith still gets a contract extension in Kansas City. Either way, don't expect Murray to start any time soon barring injury.

Murray finished his career at Georgia by passing for 3,075 yards, 26 touchdowns and nine interceptions in 11 starts in 2013 before suffering a torn ACL in his left knee against Kentucky. He is the only quarterback in SEC history to throw for more than 3,000 yards in all four seasons and is the conference's career record holder in touchdowns (121) and passing yards (13,166).

His status for the start of training camp is questionable with his knee.

Mark Harrison
News
The Chiefs signed receivers Mark Harrison and Cole Stanford and cornerbacks Kip Edwards and Quinton Byrd, reports the Kansas City Star. All made the team during tryouts. The Patriots released Harrison earlier this month.
Zach Fulton
News
The Chiefs signed rookie guard Zach Fulton to a four-year deal on Tuesday. He's expected to compete for playing time in camp this summer. 
Jamaal Charles
News
Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles did not practice again Wednesday due to his bruised foot, and he's not expected to play Saturday against the Vikings, reports ESPN.com. The team will be cautious with all its injured players, the report said.

Charles is considered day-to-day, and is fully expected to be healthy for the season opener.

Charcandrick West
No Updates
Sean Smith
News
Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith was cited for driving under the influence and careless driving after an officer allegedly saw him drive into a light pole early Monday morning in Kansas City, reports the Kansas City Star.

The Chiefs issued a statement Tuesday regarding the alleged incident.

"We are aware of the situation involving Sean Smith. Whenever one of our players is involved in an incident like this it is disappointing. We will have no further comment at this time as this is an ongoing legal matter."

Smith was at practice Tuesday as the Chiefs kicked off their third week of organized training activities. However, he took the majority of his reps with the second team as Ron Parker — a backup last year — got most of the work with the first team.

Aaron Murray
News
Chiefs rookie quarterback Aaron Murray told the Kansas City Star that he plans on practicing even though he's still wearing a brace on his knee. Murray is coming back from a torn ACL suffered last season while playing at Georgia. Murray will compete for the backup job behind Alex Smith in camp this summer. 
Jaye Howard
News
Among the seven players inactive for the Chiefs in Week 16 against the Colts, only three are out as a result of injuries. Tackle Branden Albert (knee) is joined on the sidelines by linebackers Justin Houston (elbow) and Nico Johnson (ankle).

Additionally, offensive linemen Rishaw Johnson and Eric Kush, quarterback Tyler Bray, and defensive lineman Jaye Howard are all out of uniform Sunday. 

Eric Kush
News
Among the Chiefs inactives for Saturday's Wild Card playoff game against the Colts, only two injured players were unable to take the field. Offensive linemen Eric Kush (ankle) and Eric Fisher (groin, shoulder) were among the seven players listed as inactive prior to the game.

Those two are joined by fellow offensive lineman Rokevious Watkins, quarterback Tyler Bray, tight end Richard Gordon , linebacker Dezman Moses and defensive lineman Jerrell Powe on the inactive list. 

Frank Zombo
News
The Chiefs re-signed linebacker Frank Zombo, reports Fox Sports. He played in every game last season, posting 27 tackles, two sacks, an interception and a forced fumble.
Dominique Hamilton
News
The Redskins signed eight players to their practice squad: offensive linemen Xavier Nixon and Tevita Stevens, wideouts Lance Lewis and Nick Williams, linebacker Will Compton, defensive lineman Dominique Hamilton, running back Jawan Jamison and cornerback Chase Minnifield.
Dontari Poe
News
Running back Jamaal Charles is among the Chiefs honored as All-Pros by Associated Press. Safety Eric Berry is a first-teamer as well. Second-team teammates are defensive tackle Dontari Poe, outside linebacker Tamba Hali and kick returner Dexter McCluster.
Nico Johnson
News
Among the seven players inactive for the Chiefs in Week 16 against the Colts, only three are out as a result of injuries. Tackle Branden Albert (knee) is joined on the sidelines by linebackers Justin Houston (elbow) and Nico Johnson (ankle).

Additionally, offensive linemen Rishaw Johnson and Eric Kush, quarterback Tyler Bray, and defensive lineman Jaye Howard are all out of uniform Sunday. 

Demetrius Harris
News
Chiefs general manager John Dorsey believes second-year tight end Travis Kelce will emerge this season. Kelce missed most of last season with a microfracture procedure on his knee. 

"[T]he emergence of a Travis Kelce being able to stretch the field as a tight end, hopefully that weapon adds another element to the passing game," Dorsey told TheMMQB.com. "We took some nicks at the tight end position last year."

But he's not the only one. Chiefs coach Andy Reid spotlighted second-year tight end and former hoops player Demetrius Harris as a potential contributor this year. 

"I'll tell you, he's a football player right now," Reid said when asked if he was still a basketball player. "I think this camp was great for him. I thought he played exceptionally well. He's so big and he's worked so stinking hard in the weight room, he's been living in there with Barry (Rubin) this offseason and you can tell. You can see he's gotten stronger."

Harris is 6-foot-7 and 230 pounds -- perhaps more following his offseason workouts. 

Deon Anthony
No Updates
Dwayne Bowe
News
Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe (quad) did not practice again Wednesday and is not expected to play Saturday against the Vikings, reports ESPN.com.
Daniel Sorensen
No Updates
Knile Davis
News
Chiefs running back Knile Davis is making a good impression on his coaches this offseason.

Running back coach Eric Bieniemy likes what he sees so far from Jamaal Charles' backup.

"First and foremost, Knile has taken a tremendous jump mentally," Bieniemy said. "The beauty of it is last year was his first time going through it. Now he's been through it. Now we're just rehearsing everything, and we're going over the things we made mistakes on. He has a better awareness of what's going on with the game. Obviously he comes out here every day and he works his tail off. The beauty of it is he's learning how to become a professional. He's gaining a better understanding of awareness, of what it takes to be a professional, what it takes to see a blitz coming, how to apply the proper technique when pressure is coming. So he's doing a great job so far."

Kyle Williams
News
Chiefs receiver Kyle Williams, who tore the ACL in his left knee for the second time last year, was a full participant Monday as the team began a three-day camp for rookies and selected veterans, reports ESPN.com. Williams will vie to replace Dexter McCluster at slot receiver.

"The knee feels good," Williams told the website. "It feels stable. It feels like a solid knee. I feel like myself out there. I felt like last year when I came in I could help. I feel the same way this year."

Williams made 47 catches in four seasons with the 49ers.

James-Michael Johnson
News
The Chiefs signed linebacker Robert James to the 53-man roster after placing linebacker James-Michael Johnson (ankle) on injured reserve. reports Fox Sports.
Weston Dressler
No Updates
Jerron McMillian
News
The Packers signed running back Kahlil Bell and released safety Jerron McMillian, reports the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.
Richard Gordon
News
The Chiefs signed restricted free agent Richard Gordon to a one-year deal worth $645,000 this week, according to NFL writer Brian McIntyre.
Eric Berry
News
Chiefs coach Andy Reid told reporters Thursday he will hold safety Eric Berry (heel) out of Sunday's preseason game against the Panthers. Though, Reid said he's not worried about Berry's injury.

"He wants to be out there every day so we let it calm down a little bit, then we put him out and it came back," Reid said. "So now we are going to get it where it needs to be and then we go there. There are guys that can do it like Dwayne Bowe has been out here and his finger is shot. It’s been thrown out of place about 15 times, so now he’s not catching the ball but he’s getting his work done. You can practice with that kind of thing, it’s hard to do that when it’s your feet. But I give credit to some of these guys that have pushed through some of the injuries, but that one there you just have to back off."

Injury
Heel - Questionable for Week 3 of preseason. Probable for start of regular season
Marcus Cooper
News
The following players on the injury report were ruled active for the Chiefs in Week 15 against the Raiders: defensive back Marcus Cooper (back), linebacker Nico Johnson (ankle), tight end Sean McGrath (knee), defensive back Ron Parker (shoulder) and running back Anthony Sherman (knee, ankle). 
Ryan McKee
No Updates
Frankie Hammond
News
The Chiefs signed the maximum eight players to their practice squad: safety Malcolm Bronson, offensive linemen Tommie Draheim, Matt Reynolds and Rokevious Watkins, linebacker Darin Drakeford, wideout Frankie Hammond, tight end Demetrius Harris and fullback Toben Opurum.
Donald Stephenson
News
Several Chiefs who were probable on the injury report are active at San Diego, including offensive tackle Eric Fisher (shoulder), linebacker Justin Houston (elbow), linebacker James-Michael Johnson (shoulder), cornerback Ron Parker (ankle, shoulder), offensive tackle Donald Stephenson (knee) and kicker Ryan Succop (groin).
Jairus Campbell
No Updates
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif
News
The Chiefs have signed offensive tackle Laurent Duvernay-Tardif to a rookie contract. He was taken in the sixth round of May's draft. He's expected to compete for a roster spot this summer. 
Jerrell Jackson
News
The Chiefs signed running back Eric Kettani, receiver Jerrell Jackson and linebacker/defensive end Ridge Wilson to their practice squad.
Otis Hudson
News
The Bengals made a slew of moves Tuesday as they get closer to finalizing the 53-man roster.

Cincinnati waived offensive guard Otis Hudson and tackle Jason Weaver, put linebackers Brandon Joiner (knee) and Sean Porter (shoulder) on injured reserve, and placed quarterback Zac Robinson (elbow) and fullback Chris Pressley (knee) on the PUP list.

Ryan Succop
News
Chiefs kicker Ryan Succop had a solid game, along with the rest of the team's offense Saturday, in the Wild Card playoff game against the Colts. Succop connected on three of his field-goal attempts, from 19, 42 and 43 yards out, while adding five extra-points in a 45-44 loss.

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. 

Travis Kelce
News
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has looked like a breakout player through two preseason games. He's caught six of seven targets for 136 yards and two touchdowns while displaying unusual speed for a 6-5, 260-pounder.

Coach Andy Reid allowed that Kelce "did a nice job" Sunday night against the Panthers.

"I do like what he’s doing," Reid told the team's website. "He’s just got to keep coming with it and there’s more than just the route running. You got to be able to run-block and then you got to detail all your work there. But, you sure got to give him credit for the effort that he’s giving in the pass game and he sure has a nice skill level."

Kevin Rutland
News
The Jaguars have trimmed its roster down to 54 players after parting ways with backup quarterbacks Mike Kafka and Matt Scott on Friday, the team announced.

Players also released were wide receiver Jeremy Ebert, defensive end Pannel Egboh, running back Jonathan Grimes, linebacker Brandon Marshall, wide receiver Charly Martin, offensive tackle Pat McQuistan, guard Drew Nowak, cornerback Kevin Rutland, defensive tackle D'Anthony Smith, linebacker Julian Stanford and cornerback Marcus Trufant.

Wide receiver Toney Clemons and defensive end Ryan Davis were among the first-year players released. Defensive tackle T.J. Barnes, offensive tackle R.J. Dill, tight end Ryan Otten, wide receiver Tobais Palmer, safety Steven Terrell and linebacker Mike Zimmer were among the rookies released.
Vernon Kearney
News
The Browns announced Monday they waived four players. They were defensive back Vernon Kearney, defensive lineman Dave Kruger, wide receiver Cordell Roberson and linebacker Tommy Smith.
Josh Martin
News
The Chiefs placed defensive back Sanders Commings on injured reserve Saturday, with a re-aggravation of a shoulder injury.  He had been on IR earlier in the season as a result of the injury, but had been cleared to play a few weeks ago.

Linebacker Josh Martin was signed from the practice squad to take Commings' place on the active roster. 

Josh Mauga
News
In addition to running back Jamaal Charles, who's being held out as a precaution, the following Chiefs did not make the trip to Carolina for Sunday night's game: safety Eric Berry, defensive back Damond Smith, defensive end Mike DeVito, receiver Albert Wilson, defensive end Mike Catapano, linebacker Josh Mauga, defensive tackle Kona Schwenke and running back Joe McKnight.
Chris Owens
News
Veteran cornerback Chris Owens is headed to his fourth team in three years. He has been signed by the Chiefs. Owens played with Cleveland and Miami last season after starting his career with Atlanta.

Owens played 14 games in 2013 with three starts. He finished the season with 57 tackles and 2 1/2 sacks.

Justin Rogers
News
The Dolphins have signed veteran cornerback Chris Owens, who had been let go Tuesday by the Browns, and waived cornerback Justin Rogers.
Allen Bailey
News
Chiefs cornerback Dunta Robinson, defensive end Allen Bailey and safety Quintin Demps all had strong performances in a 31-7 win Week 4 vs. N.Y. Giants.

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).

Jeffrey Linkenbach
News
Free agent guard/tackle Jeffrey Linkenbach signed with the Chiefs after spending his first four seasons with the Colts.

Chase Daniel
News
With pick No. 163 in the NFL Draft, the Chiefs selected quarterback Aaron Murray from Georgia. Murray is expected to challenge Chase Daniel and Tyler Bray to be the No. 2 quarterback behind starter Alex Smith.

Murray will likely sit for at least a year since Smith is entering the final season of his contract, although don't be suprised if Smith still gets a contract extension in Kansas City. Either way, don't expect Murray to start any time soon barring injury.

Murray finished his career at Georgia by passing for 3,075 yards, 26 touchdowns and nine interceptions in 11 starts in 2013 before suffering a torn ACL in his left knee against Kentucky. He is the only quarterback in SEC history to throw for more than 3,000 yards in all four seasons and is the conference's career record holder in touchdowns (121) and passing yards (13,166).

His status for the start of training camp is questionable with his knee.

Malcolm Bronson
News
The Chiefs signed the maximum eight players to their practice squad: safety Malcolm Bronson, offensive linemen Tommie Draheim, Matt Reynolds and Rokevious Watkins, linebacker Darin Drakeford, wideout Frankie Hammond, tight end Demetrius Harris and fullback Toben Opurum.
Joe Mays
News
The Chiefs signed free agent linebacker Joe Mays to a two-year, $6 million contract, reports ESPN's Adam Caplan. He played in 14 games for the Texans last season, posting 66 tackles and a sack.
Damond Smith
News
In addition to running back Jamaal Charles, who's being held out as a precaution, the following Chiefs did not make the trip to Carolina for Sunday night's game: safety Eric Berry, defensive back Damond Smith, defensive end Mike DeVito, receiver Albert Wilson, defensive end Mike Catapano, linebacker Josh Mauga, defensive tackle Kona Schwenke and running back Joe McKnight.
Donnie Avery
News
Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Thursday that receiver Donnie Avery is doing a good job during OTA workouts.

Avery is expected to start opposite Dwayne Bowe this season.

"Donnie looks good," Reid said. "He's running fast, and I remember this time last year he had the high ankle or there was something there, so he really missed all of the OTAs and then he came back and he had the scapula there that he had hurt. He's in good shape right now."

Avery finished 2013 with 40 catches for 596 yards and two touchdowns.

J'Marcus Webb
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Free agent offensive tackle J'Marcus Webb will sign a one-year deal with the Chiefs, reports NFL Network. Webb played in eight games for the Vikings last year, making one start.
Dustin Colquitt
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The length of the injury list posted Friday by the Chiefs does not signify a battered team. All but two of the 14 players on it are probable for Sunday against Houston.

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).

The defensive players listed as probable are cornerback Brandon Flowers (ankle), linebacker Dezman Moses (knee) and tackle Dontari Poe (ankle). Punter Dustin Colquitt (knee) is also probable.

Adam Schiltz
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The Chiefs have announced several roster moves, including the placement of tight end Sean McGrath on the reserve/did not report list.

They have also waived offensive lineman Rokevious Watkins and added via waivers from Tennessee tight end Adam Schiltz .

McGrath is reportedly considering retirement after just two seasons in the NFL.

Sanders Commings
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Chiefs cornerback Sanders Commings underwent surgery after fracturing his fibula and suffering a high ankle sprain in Wednesday's practice, reports TWC SportsChannel. Commings got hurt on a juke move by running back Jamaal Charles.
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Ankle - Questionable for start of regular season
Tamba Hali
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When the Chiefs drafted Dee Ford , they took a player at a position they already have two established studs at. Tamba Hali and Justin Houston both play outside linebacker for the Chiefs, precisely the position Ford will play now that he's on their team. 

Coach Andy Reid envisions using Ford as part of a rotation, which isn't a bad way to ease him into professional football. But it stings Fantasy owners because he won't play every down unless something happens to either Hali or Houston. The double whammy is that he'll play outside linebacker instead of defensive end, which means he'll post numbers that aren't as good as other linebackers in the league. Throw in a back injury that had doctors nervous at the combine and it makes for a challenging situation. 

For these reasons, Ford shouldn't be touched in seasonal Fantasy play and has only mild appeal in dynasty/keeper leagues as a late-round pick. Owners in rookie-only drafts might consider Ford with a mid- to late-round pick since they'd aim for using him over the long haul. 

Brandon Jones
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The Patriots cut receiver Kamar Aiken, cornerback Brandon Jones, linebacker Niko Koutouvides, cornerback LeQuan Lewis and long snapper Mike Zupancic, reports the Baltimore Sun.
Kona Schwenke
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In addition to running back Jamaal Charles, who's being held out as a precaution, the following Chiefs did not make the trip to Carolina for Sunday night's game: safety Eric Berry, defensive back Damond Smith, defensive end Mike DeVito, receiver Albert Wilson, defensive end Mike Catapano, linebacker Josh Mauga, defensive tackle Kona Schwenke and running back Joe McKnight.
Jonathon Amaya
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The Cardinals have announced the release of 13 players. They are safeties Jonathon Amaya and Curtis Taylor, guards Senio Kelemete and Chilo Rachal, wide receivers Mike Thomas, Charles Hawkins and Dan Buckner, linebackers Zack Nash and Colin Parker, tight ends Alex Gottlieb and Richard Quinn, center Adam Bice and defensive tackle David Carter.

Guard Jonathan Cooper (leg) has been played on season-ending IR.

Kyle Love
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The Chiefs signed veteran defensive tackle Kyle Love, reports Pro Football Talk. Love played one game for Kansas City last season before being cut and latching on with the Jaguars. He started 25 games for the Patriots from 2010-12, recording 65 tackles and 5.5 sacks in those seasons.
Thomas Gafford
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The Kansas City Chiefs waived LS Thomas Gafford, WR C.J. Jones, DT T.J. Jackson and LB Darrell Robertson on Friday. Gafford played in nine games as Kansas City's long snapper in 2008, while Jackson saw duty in four games for the Chiefs a year ago.
Husain Abdullah
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The Chiefs re-signed safety Husain Abdullah to a two-year, $2.27 million deal, reports the National Football Post.
Alex Smith
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Andy Reid and Chiefs quarterbacks coach Matt Nagy are working with quarterback Alex Smith to throw deeper balls more consistently this season. That word came from the start of training camp, according to ESPN.

"Let's let the ball rip a little bit," Nagy told Smith. "It's practice. Let's see what we can get away with and what we can't get away with so when the games come we know where we're at."

The Chiefs are seeking to make more big plays than they did a year ago. They believe that Smith, who threw just seven interceptions in 2013, can add the long ball without sacrificing accuracy or adding picks.

"We're a little more aggressive right now in training camp with some downfield throws as far as his decision making," Nagy added. "We're telling him to push the ball. You may see an interception here or there that he may not necessarily make in a game but we're telling him to do that, trust it and just see what happens. Now, when we get to a game, let's make the right decision."

A successful vertical passing game could create space to make explosive featured back Jamaal Charles even more of a threat in 2014.

Anthony Sherman
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Chiefs fullback Anthony Sherman picked a good time to score his first career receiving touchdown, as he found the end zone in Saturday's Wild Card game against the Colts.

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. 

Jermelle Cudjo
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The Chiefs signed defensive tackle Jermelle Cudjo, who played in 13 games for the Rams last season. Cudjo's best season came in 2012 when he had 21 tackles and a sack for St. Louis.
Justin Houston
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A "huge" gap remains between the Chiefs and linebacker Justin Houston during contract negotiations, a league source told ProFootballTalk.com.
A.J. Jenkins
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Chiefs wide receiver A.J. Jenkins worked with the first-team offense Saturday, after sitting out the team's first preseason game Thursday with a hamstring injury.

Jenkins got work with the starting offensive with Donnie Avery excused for personal reasons, ESPN.com reports. Jenkins is fighting for a spot in the receiver rotation, and was listed as the backup at the second receiver spot on the team's first official depth chart. 

Eric Fisher
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Chiefs left tackle Eric Fisher, last year's No. 1 overall pick, practiced with rookies and fringe players at Tuesday's minicamp ahead of the full-squad training camp that opens Thursday, reports ESPN.com. Fisher is coming back from shoulder and sports hernia surgeries.

"I had the surgeries, so I needed to get out here, get situated before the vets get here," Fisher said. "I’m glad to be here early so I can get a jump on things."

Fisher played right tackle last year, so the extra time should help him adjust to protecting Alex Smith's blind side. He said he hasn't lost strength despite not being able to bench press following the shoulder operation.

"I’ve been in there working," he said. "When you can’t bench, there’s other things you can do. That’s what I was doing."

Ricky Henry
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Derrick Johnson
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Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles said he was surprised by the hard hit linebacker Derrick Johnson gave him in the Pro Bowl. But Charles isn't mad at his Chiefs' teammate, reports ESPN.com.

"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."

Jordan Campbell
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