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Twitter star's Chiefs career cut short

LaVance Taylor, who signed with the Chiefs after asking the team to sign him on Twitter, was waived today. Taylor rushed for 1,962 yards and 15 touchdowns last season at Central Missouri.

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Jamaal Charles feels like 'LeBron of football' (2:36)
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Charles: The LeBron of football?

Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles on getting so much attention from opposing defenses: "As long as I play in this league and play on a high level, I always feel like a team is going to have to stop me. I feel like sometimes I'm the LeBron of football, especially at my position because I can do so much." What do the numbers say?

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Chiefs' Charles feels like 'LeBron of football'

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles is usually the focus of attention from opposing defenses. The attention gets so much that he said he can feel at times like LeBron James.

Berry an inspiration to Alex Smith

The Chiefs QB was present when safety Eric Berry explained his rapid return from Hodgkin's lymphoma. Smith said: "I really felt like I didn't deserve to be in the room ... I felt like I was undeserving to even be in there with him talking about that."

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How to use Twitter to get an NFL job

Ask and you shall receive is how the saying goes, right? LaVance Taylor took that to a new level this week: The RB reached out to the Chiefs on Twitter, asking for a job. Kansas City decided to take him up on it. Signed to a contract

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A 100% reason to remember the name

Chiefs CB Sean Smith gives an interview with some personalized headgear.

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Chiefs' Smith accepts suspension

When asked if his three-game NFL suspension was fair, Chiefs CB Sean Smith said: "If you do the crime you do the time." Smith pleaded guilty in April to a DUI charge.

How to use Twitter to get an NFL job

Ask and you shall receive is how the saying goes, right? LaVance Taylor took that to a new level this week: The RB reached out to the Chiefs on Twitter, asking for a job. Kansas City decided to take him up on it. Signed to a contract

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