Pass-rusher getting extra reps as he works to secure a bigger role in his second season.
ESPN recently ranked the uniforms of all 32 NFL teams, and the Kansas City Chiefs came in 10th.
The Chiefs are in relatively good shape with regard to injuries as they begin their second week of offseason practice on Tuesday.
The Chiefs have been mixing and matching players so far in their search for the right starting five, but that's a sign of their depth.
Jeremy Maclin showed in his first few practices with the Chiefs that he's always going to give his all when he's on a football field.
Although the two cornerbacks they drafted haven't been able to practice yet, the Chiefs still have some depth at cornerback.
There will likely be some movement on the Chiefs' quarterback front next season with Chase Daniel in the last season of his contract.
It's possible, but it will require top-notch play from offseason acquisition Jeremy Maclin, Travis Kelce and Albert Wilson.
Eric Berry just finished treatment; first-round pick Marcus Peters and third-round pick Steven Nelson are finishing up collegiate commitments.
The free-agent acquisition probably won't return punts unless it's an emergency, but the possibility is intriguing.
The Chiefs made solid moves, say a panel of insiders.
The Chiefs unveiled a different starting line combination each of their three days of practice this week.
Chiefs left tackle Eric Fisher, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 draft, was working with the backups at practice Thursday.
The additional 13 yards can seem at times like a long distance to Chiefs kicker Cairo Santos, who this week explained the difference in new PATs.
Alex Smith wasn't good at going downfield last season, but he didn't have many big-play threats, either.
The expectations this year on Kelce, inside the Chiefs' practice facility and out, are for more.
New free agent wide receiver signee Jeremy Maclin showed the Kansas City Chiefs why they shelled out $55 million for him with one diving catch attempt.
Football Outsiders identifies the top remaining needs for Kansas City, Denver, Oakland and San Diego, including the Chiefs' lack of a vertical passing game.
ESPN's NFL Nation reporters discuss the hot topics -- including Geno Smith and "Hard Knocks" -- in video form regarding each of their teams.
If Justin Houston shows and Dee Ford becomes the player the Chiefs envisioned, they have the flexibility to make Tamba Hali a part-time player.
Join us for NFL Nation TV's Spreecast 57 as it addresses the latest goings-on in the league, including Ray Rice's reinstatement.
Backup Demetrius Harris had more surgery on a broken foot that shortened his 2014 season.
Five key storylines to watch as the Chiefs get set to hold their first full-squad practice of the offseason.
Justin Houston has not signed his 1-year contract offer or agreed with the Chiefs on a long-term deal, and he has been absent from offseason workouts.
|3(34)||Steven Nelson||CB||Oregon State|
|5(36)||D.J. Alexander||OLB||Oregon State|
|5(37)||James O'Shaughnessy||TE||Illinois State|
|6(41)||Rakeem Nunez-Roches||DT||Southern Miss|
|7(16)||Da'Ron Brown||WR||Northern Illinois|
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