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6/20 Headlines: Cooper & Parker Get Chance at CB

Posted Jun 20, 2014

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KC Chiefs cornerbacks Marcus Cooper and Ron Parker get a chance

Excerpt from The Kansas City Star

When the Chiefs released Pro Bowl cornerback Brandon Flowers last Friday, one of the men who stood to benefit the most from the move didn’t have much warning.

“I had just finished working out here,” second-year cornerback Marcus Cooper said after a recent practice in Kansas City. “I found out when you guys probably found out.” READ MORE…

Chiefs Training Camp Schedule Dates and Times

KCChiefs.com

"The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Thursday dates for 2014 Chiefs Training Camp presented by Mosaic Life Care at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Mo. All times and dates are subject to change. Walk-through practices are closed to the public.

Training camp will officially kick off on Thursday, July 24 with a 3:30 p.m. practice and conclude with the club’s final practice on Aug. 14 at 8:15 a.m. All practices beginning on July 24 will be open to the public. Practices conducted indoors due to inclement weather at Missouri Western will not be open to the public. Groups of players will sign autographs following each practice session." READ MORE…

Chiefs need to put Thomas’ speed to use

Excerpt from ESPN.com

Rookie De'Anthony Thomas hasn’t been a constant at Kansas City Chiefs' offseason practice, which concludes Thursday. He had to skip 10 of their 16 practices because of NFL rules prohibiting players from participating while their college was still in session, as Oregon was until last week.

But Thomas has been around enough to flash his speed, which is world class. The Chiefs have used Thomas at running back, as a wide receiver and as a kickoff and punt returner, or as Thomas said, “a little bit of everywhere." READ MORE…

Chiefs wrap up final minicamp with questions

Associated Press

The Kansas City Chiefs will head into training camp next month with just as many questions as they had in their first season under Andy Reid.

Who will replace Brandon Flowers at cornerback? When will Pro Bowl linebacker Justin Houston finally show up? Will quarterback Alex Smith land a long-term contract? Who will earn the open spots along the offensive line? And for that matter, the defensive line? READ MORE…

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