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Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
Here is a look at the Chiefs starting lineup during an offseason workout Monday. This means very little, but it is interesting to look at.
Expect the young Kansas City lineup to change often in the next few months as the new Kansas City coaching staff tries to move forward.
Highlights included No. 3 overall draft pick Tyson Jackson being in the starting lineup and Larry Johnson being the starting running back. More and more, it looks like Johnson will likely be kept by the Chiefs.
The Chargers also started their OTAs on Monday. It appears it was a fairly sedate affair.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall took a shot at his short Oakland stint in a radio interview. Hall made $8 million for eight games of service in Oakland last season before he was cut.
Former Oakland coach John Madden reiterates he has no intention of joining an NFL team now that he has retired from the broadcast booth.
ESPN's John Clayton is reporting that the Patriots are considering trading for Oakland defensive end Derrick Burgess. Burgess has long wanted a new contract. The Raiders drafted several pass rushers this year, so perhaps a Burgess deal could soon be in the works.