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11-5, 2nd in AFC West
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DeVito has a very specific set of skills

Pass rushers are all the rage in today's NFL. While Mike DeVito provides little production in that respect, he is still one of the league's best run-stuffers. With little demand, his solid services can be had for essentially peanuts. Free-agent sleepers (Insider)

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Predicting the Chiefs' offseason

Kansas City has 15 free agents of its own, so it'll have a hard enough time keeping the players it wants to retain. The Chiefs won't be major players in free agency this offseason, according to Adam Teicher. Offseason predictions

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Prediction: Reid bungles clock in SB LIV

In a fun glimpse into the future, Andy Reid's Achilles' heel comes back to bite him on the biggest stage. After Reid is doused with a celebratory cooler of gravy, the Chiefs lose on the final play. The next 25 Super Bowls

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Von Miller is set to cash in

Justin Houston and Clay Matthews are the league's highest paid linebackers, and you can bet the Broncos' Super Bowl MVP -- and pending free agent -- will be looking to exceed their salaries.

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Chiefs' outlook is promising

Kansas City's season ended in the divisional round, but Andy Reid's club is still one of the league's best. Our panel keeps the Chiefs in the top 10. Way-too-early Power Rankings

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Chiefs catch Royals wishing Panthers Luck

As the condolences rolled in to the Panthers' Twitter feed, one note of encouragement from the Royals -- who bounced back from a World Series loss to win a title in 2015 -- didn't slip by Kansas City's football team. Got 'em

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"The Chiefs stole the draft last year." - Chiefs DB Marcus Peters, AP defensive rookie of the year

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The Chiefs added their second award of the night when Marcus Peters was named defensive rookie of the year. He tied for the NFL lead in interceptions with eight.

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Eric Berry's remarkable story added another chapter when he was named as the NFL's comeback player of the year. The Kansas City Chiefs safety was diagnosed in November 2014 with Hodgkin lymphoma but was determined not to miss any of the 2015 season. Because of an arduous workout regimen that included conditioning sessions during his chemotherapy treatments, Berry was back with the Chiefs for the start of the season. He played well enough to make the Pro Bowl.

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Triple crown: Watt collects his 3rd DPOY award

Texans DE J.J. Watt tied Lawrence Taylor by winning his third Defensive Player of the Year award. Eric Berry (comeback) and Todd Gurley (offensive rookie) also were among the winners.

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Eric Berry wins comeback player of the year

The Chiefs safety had 61 tackles and two interceptions in 2015 after missing much of the 2014 season battling lymphoma. Berry earned 38 of a possible 50 votes, well ahead of Cardinals QB Carson Palmer, who had 6 votes.

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Marcus Peters named top defensive rookie

Chiefs CB Marcus Peters, the 18th overall pick in the 2015 draft, earned the award after tying for the NFL lead with 8 interceptions, returning two for TDs. Peters got 45 of a possible 50 votes, with the Bills' Ronald Darby getting 4 votes and the Jets' Leonard Williams earning one.

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Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles makes the rounds on radio row at Super Bowl 50.

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How many postseason awards will Chiefs win?

Chiefs defensive backs Eric Berry (comeback player) and Marcus Peters (defensive rookie) are prime candidates for postseason awards.

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Former ESPN 300 prospects in Pro Bowl

In honor of national signing day, let's take a look at former ESPN 300 prospects who are living out their dream in the NFL -- specifically playing in the Pro Bowl. These players ranked in the top 25 of the list.

Team Stats

Passing Yards203.430th
Rushing Yards127.86th
Points For25.39th
Points Against17.93rd

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