ESPN.com "Cutting two games off the preseason -- either by expanding the playoffs or moving to an 18-game schedule -- is still being discussed, commissioner Roger Goodell said Tuesday at the NFL's spring owners meetings in Boston. He said all "[options] are on the table." "As I have said before, I..." May 23
Akron Beacon Journal "Jimmy Haslam, whose purchase of the Browns was unanimously approved in October, apologized to fellow NFL owners for the negative attention an ongoing federal investigation targeting his family business, Pilot Flying J, has brought upon the league, Jarrett Bell of USA Today reported. Since the..." May 23
Kansas City Star "One of the more interesting players at Chiefs practice over the last couple of weeks is rookie tight end Travis Kelce. Based on the ways the Chiefs have used Kelce, it would appear they plan to get plenty out of him. Kelce has lined up in a variety of spots and not merely as a tight end. He..." May 22
NFL.com "The NFL draft provides football fans with a peek into the exhilaration that comes with entering the league. Far less publicized is a player's exit from the game, which carries its own emotional weight. NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said at the NFL Spring Meeting in Boston that he had met with..." May 22
Detroit Free Press "For the second time in a week, the Detroit Lions were awarded a former Kansas City Chief off waivers. The Lions claimed defensive back DeQuan Menzie off waivers today to fill the roster spot left vacant by the release of running back Devin Moore. A fifth-round pick by Kansas City last year,..." May 16
Kansas City Star "Maybe it’s the optimism from the first week of Chiefs offseason practice, or maybe it’s that wide receiver Dwayne Bowe has removed his muzzle and is showing more of the trademark bravado he was known for early in his career. Either way, Bowe on Wednesday laid some heavy expectations on himself..." May 16
Kansas City Star "All was good for Branden Albert in his long-awaited return to Chiefs camp Tuesday. His arrival was hailed by his coaches and teammates, and as the Chiefs continued their offseason practice, Albert took his spot at starting left tackle as he had been promised. That, Albert said, was what he..." May 15
You knew this was coming: Chiefs claimed former Eagles OT Matt Reynolds.
NFL.com "Is new Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid preparing for an offensive shift to the Pistol attack that combines the shotgun-spread passing game with a power running game? Reid isn't going to ditch his cherished West Coast offense, but the early signs suggest he's going to turn to the Pistol..." May 13
Arrowhead Pride "The KC Chiefs have completed rookie minicamp where 36 tryout players were among the mix of players on the field, joining draft picks, signed undrafted free agents and other first year players. Tryout players rarely pan out in the NFL but it's not as if it's never worked out before. Andy Reid told..." May 13
Kansas City Star "Life started to get back to normal for Chiefs tackle Eric Fisher on Friday. He was a football player again. Fisher merely did the things that helped make him the first overall pick in the NFL Draft last month. He attended team meetings and participated in practice at the opening of the..." May 11
Kansas City Star "Left tackle Branden Albert has told the Chiefs he will join them in time for full-squad practice next week. Rookie Eric Fisher, selected by the Chiefs with the first overall pick in the NFL Draft last month, was at right tackle Friday for the beginning of a three-day rookie camp at the Truman..." May 11
Kansas City Star "The Chiefs opened a three-day rookie camp today by signing two draft picks, center Eric Kush and linebacker Mike Catapano. Kush, from California University of Pennsylvania, was a sixth-round pick while Capapano, from Princeton, was a seventh-round selection. Six of their eight draft picks..." May 10
Coach Reid says Branden Albert will be at practice on Monday and will be at LT.
NFL.com "The Philadelphia Eagles as an organization decided it was time for a change after 14 years, but Andy Reid still has a prominent place in the hearts of his former players. "We all love coach Reid to death," running back LeSean McCoy told "NFL Total Access" on Wednesday. Asked how the new..." May 09
Kansas City Star "The Chiefs made it official with Chris Ballard on Tuesday, announcing him as their new director of player personnel. “Chris is a tremendous talent evaluator and a great fit for our staff,” general manager John Dorsey said in a statement issued by the Chiefs. “He is well respected across the..." May 08
Kansas City Star "The first round of the showdown between the Chiefs and their franchise player, Branden Albert, looks like a draw. Albert wanted a lucrative, long-term contract, whether from Kansas City or another team. The Chiefs wanted a draft pick in any trade for Albert or to have their longtime left tackle..." May 05
Kansas City Star "The Chiefs did some post-draft roster trimming Thursday, releasing four players: fullback Patrick DiMarco, quarterback Alex Tanney, linebacker Cory Greenwood and offensive lineman Bryan Mattison. DiMarco, who joined the Chiefs last season as a free agent and was promoted from the practice squad..." May 04
Kansas City Star "In case you missed it, Andy Reid — in an interview on SiriusXM radio — solved the riddle of how the Chiefs would line up at offensive tackle. “If (Branden Albert) was here today he would be the left tackle,’’ said Reid, the Chiefs’ coach. “Then we’d go from there and we’d just see what happens..." May 04
NFL.com "Tyler Bray's tumble through the 2013 NFL Draft ultimately ended on a positive note. After 32 teams passed on Bray, the former Tennessee quarterback signed a free-agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs. Jeff Bray, Tyler's dad, sounds relieved the process is finally over. "It was brutal,"..." May 02
From Total Access: I'm told parties view Branden Albert deal as "dead." Chiefs will now turn their attention to a long-term deal for Albert.
NFL.com "The Kansas City Chiefs under coach Andy Reid continue to retool on offense. The Sideline View's Adam Caplan reported on Wednesday that the Chiefs are expected to trade with Arizona for Cardinals fullback Anthony Sherman. Terms of the deal have not been announced by either team, but Caplan is..." May 01
NFL.com "The Kansas City Chiefs under coach Andy Reid continue to retool on offense. The Chiefs traded cornerback Javier Arenas to the Arizona Cardinals in exchange for fullback Anthony Sherman, sources told NFL.com's Ian Rapoport on Wednesday. Javy's agent Hadley Engelhard told Rapoport that he's..." May 01
Source confirms #azcardinals receive CB Javier Arenas from KC. Arenas, Sherman must pass physicals
ESPN's @fieldyates reports former Tennessee QB Tyler Bray will sign with the Kansas City Chiefs, per source.
Kansas City Star "The Chiefs’ first NFL Draft class under new general manager John Dorsey and coach Andy Reid will eventually be defined by the success or failure of Central Michigan tackle Eric Fisher, the No. 1 overall pick. The Chiefs also drafted seven other players, and while their expectations for those..." April 28
Jeff Ireland says Brandon Albert trade "Is not going to really amount to much, my personal opinion." But adds, "never say never."
Springfield News-Leader "The Kansas City Chiefs weren’t deterred by off-the-field issues that cost tight end Travis Kelce an entire season at Cincinnati, or injury woes and fumbling problems that plagued running back Knile Davis at Arkansas. The Chiefs picked Kelce with the first choice in the third round Friday night,..." April 27
Miami Herald "The old adage is you don't find starting left tackles in the second or third round of the NFL draft. The Dolphins might be able to do exactly that -- sort of -- today. General manager Jeff Ireland of Miami and general manager John Dorsey of Kansas City are scheduled to speak today before the..." April 26
Kansas City Star "In an NFL Draft deep with talented offensive linemen, the Chiefs made quite a statement with the first overall pick Thursday night in bypassing the ones from larger schools and selecting tackle Eric Fisher of Central Michigan. The Chiefs showed no fear in making a Mid-American Conference..." April 26
ESPN SportsCenter - Chiefs select Central Michigan OT Eric Fisher No. 1 overall in NFL Draft; 1st OT picked No. 1 since Jake Long in 2008
CBSSports.com "We're about 24 hours from the beginning of the 2013 NFL Draft, and that means we're still inundated with rumors and innuendos about what the Chiefs will do with their No. 1 pick. Will they take former Texas A&M tackle Luke Joeckel? What about former Central Michigan tackle Eric Fisher? Or will..." April 25
The Dolphins are willing to give up pick No. 54 for Albert. They can work out a long-term contract with Albert. Adds to the drama.
Springfield News-Leader "Just imagine if owner Clark Hunt hadn’t acted this winter and not canned the general manager, what’s his name. Admit it. Today you and I would be scouring the second-teams and honorable mention lists of Conference USA — or even those in NAIA. That is, if then-GM Scott “You know, we could go out..." April 25
ESPN.com "The Dolphins and Chiefs have agreed not to further discuss a potential trade involving Kansas City left tackle Branden Albert until after both teams make their first-round selections in Thursday night's NFL draft, according to a league source. That assumes the Dolphins haven't chosen an..." April 25
Joeckel apparently has been told by KC that Fisher is their pick.
NFL.com "While the Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins haggle over compensation for offensive tackle Branden Albert, a favorite appears to be emerging for the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. Texas A&M offensive tackle Luke Joeckel once was viewed as a near-consensus guy to go to the Chiefs..." April 25
Arrowhead Pride "Mayock does NOT send Luke Joeckel to Kansas City in his 2013 NFL mock draft. He opts for Central Michigan's Eric Fisher. Mayock writes of Fisher: "I think he's got more upside than Luke Joeckel, and I think there's very minimal downside. You can plug-and-play him for the next 10 years and you've..." April 24
Kansas City Star "Shortly after 7 Thursday night, Andy Reid will make a public proclamation about the player the Chiefs drafted with the No. 1 overall pick. His words will no doubt be similar to the ones spoken by Cleveland Browns president Carmen Policy in 2000, immediately after his team made defensive lineman..." April 24
NFL.com "One of the trades that makes too much sense to happen, might actually happen. NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported that the Kansas City Chiefs and Miami Dolphins again are talking about a potential trade for tackle Branden Albert. The Miami Herald reported Wednesday that the Dolphins want to give..." April 24
Hearing Cards have discussed OT Brandon Albert, over the wknd his agent had talks w/ Dolphins, those have stalled & KC wants a second rd pk.
NFL.com "The Miami Dolphins have shown all offseason they're unafraid to spend to get what they want. Their pursuit of Kansas City Chiefs left tackle Branden Albert fits with that new organizational thinking. NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Monday that the Dolphins are willing to meet Albert's asking..." April 22
CBSSports.com "Because they do the on-location television coverage for the draft, the analysts who work for ESPN and NFL Network will know in advance who's being taken in the 2013 NFL Draft. But this year, those folks aren't going to spoil the picks on Twitter. Instead, they will "speculate" on who might be..." April 22
Pro Football Talk "Linebacker Scott Fujita, an 11-year NFL veteran who has played for the Chiefs, Cowboys, Saints, and Browns, will retire from the NFL as a member of the team with which he won a Super Bowl championship. Fujita has signed a one-day contract with the Saints. The contract, we’re told, was signed..." April 22
Pro Football Talk "The much-discussed potential trade of Branden Albert from the Chiefs to the Dolphins doesn’t appear likely at the price Albert is currently seeking. Although the Chiefs and Dolphins can probably agree on compensation — the Dolphins sending a second-round pick to Kansas City — the hangup is that..." April 21
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel "The Dolphins enter next week's draft having left the offensive line as the unit clearly in need of an upgrade. However, it appears General Manager Jeff Ireland might not wait until Thursday to improve that group. According to league sources, the Dolphins have had extensive talks with Kansas..." April 18
Kansas City Star "Two days on the practice field revealed a few truths to Dunta Robinson, one of the veteran cornerbacks signed by the Chiefs as a free agent to help them fortify their pass defense. “We’re definitely going after the quarterback,’’ Robinson said. “That means us guys on the outside, us corners,..." April 18
ESPN.com "The Kansas City Chiefs have given the Miami Dolphins permission to talk to left tackle Branden Albert to help facilitate a trade for a second-round draft choice, a source said. Albert, who lives in Miami, is expected to visit the Dolphins' facility in the next couple of days for a physical...." April 18
Kansas City Star "The play was just one of many in Alex Smith’s first practice as the Chiefs starting quarterback, but it brought a reminder of what’s now possible for a long-dormant Chiefs passing game. Smith dropped back, heaved a pass deep down the left sideline and connected for a touchdown with Terrance..." April 17