Kansas City Chiefs' veteran starter could face suspension from NFL.
When NFL schedules are released next week look for the Chiefs possibly to open with two at home, but don't forget they lose a home game to London.
Jamaal Charles said he plans to play six more NFL seasons and retire when he's 35.
Recent results are mixed, but it's possible the Chiefs could land a contributor.
Analyst Mel Kiper Jr. thinks the Chiefs should take a wide receiver, inside linebacker, safety and defensive lineman with their first four picks.
Johnson, who ruptured his Achilles tendon in the 2014 season opener, is working out with Charles in Texas.
Mel Kiper Jr. plays GM for all 32 NFL teams, making his optimal picks for the first three rounds of the 2015 NFL draft -- 99 picks in total.
Only three players have been with Kansas City longer than their franchise running back.
If Philip Rivers is traded out of the AFC West and the Chargers draft a QB, the Chiefs stand to benefit.
The Kansas City Chiefs will have to take a long look at cornerback in the draft with Sean Smith possibly facing a suspension related to his DUI.
Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith was given two years of probation after pleading guilty to a charge of DUI in Kansas City Municipal Court, court records show.
The Chiefs need to capitalize on their picks in later rounds of the NFL draft.
Running back knows additions along offensive line were needed for offense to improve.
Jamaal Charles managed to play all 16 games and average 5.0 yards per carry, even though he says he was 'just dinged up' the entire season.
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