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The Kansas City Chiefs announced several additions to their front office. The moves were expected as part of the new regime.
The team added former Seattle executive Will Lewis as director of pro scouting. He has a history with Kansas City general manager John Dorsey. The team also added Marvin Allen as the team’s director of college scouting, Randy Ball as the team’s pro scouting assistant and Trey Koziol to serve as an area scout.
“We’ve got a great bunch of guys on our personnel staff that bring a wide range of experience to the table,” Dorsey said in a statement released by the team. “They’re all hard workers that are thoughtful, dedicated and detailed. We’re happy we were able to add, as well as retain, some very talented individuals.”
In other AFC West notes:
The Raiders’ made the Josh Cribbs and Matt McGloin signings official. They cut linebacker Jerrell Harris and long snapper Nick Guess. The expected signing of Chris Kluwe has not been announced. Oakland will have to cut another player to make room for Kluwe.
Former Oakland first-round pick Rolando McClain released a statement to explain his retirement from the NFL at the age of 23.
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