Tag "Tyrann Mathieu"

Kansas City Chiefs: Brett Veach goes all in with Frank Clark trade

Nick Athan digs deeper into Chiefs GM Brett Veach’s decision to acquire Frank Clark and lock him up long-term.

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Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes: “We need to get to the Super Bowl”

“We need to get to the Super Bowl,” said Patrick Mahomes. “That’s the goal. There’s no other goal.” The Chiefs look focused as ever to be Super Bowl Champs, writes Michael Travis Rose.

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Kansas City Chiefs Offseason: If I Were Brett Veach (2.0)

Grant Morse provides an update in his Brett Veach offseason series by publishing Vol. 2 of his “If I Were Brett Veach” article.

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Seattle Seahawks and Russell Wilson: As Extension Deadline Looms, Where Do Things Stand?

The clock is ticking on a potential extension of Russell Wilson, writes Andersen Pickard. Where do things stand between the Seattle Seahawks and their mobile quarterback?

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Kansas City Chiefs: Super Bowl 2020 or Bust?

Given the results of the 2018-19 season, is it reasonable to expect the Kansas City Chiefs to go all the way in order to be considered a success and not merely a flash in the pan? Liz Pendergraft looks at the Chiefs’ future.

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Kansas City Chiefs: Reviewing Free Agency Moves

It will be interesting to see what the Kansas City front office can manage with the duration of free agency too, writes Rachel Coltz.

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Kansas City Chiefs: Tyrann Mathieu Film Review

Xaiver Catania digs deep into the film of the newest Chief Tyrann Mathieu.

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Chiefs to Sign Tyrann Mathieu

They finally got their guy: the Kansas City Chiefs are reportedly signing safety Tyrann Mathieu to a three-year, $42 million contract.

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Baltimore Ravens: Who Can Replace Eric Weddle?

The Baltimore Ravens released Pro Bowl safety Eric Weddle Tuesday afternoon after spending three years with the team, which leaves Baltimore looking for a replacement through the draft or free agency, writes Stacy Rigby.

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Ravens Draft Preview: If You Are Backed into a Corner, Take It

Many experts link the Ravens to running backs or wide receivers in the first round. But Ryan Potts makes the case why it may be time for Baltimore to look at another cornerback.

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