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Posted Apr 30, 2014

Highlights from the Chiefs players social media accounts

Chiefs Weekly, the weekly series bringing you all of your Chiefs news and social updates is back, as players have returned to the The University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex!

This week, the Chiefs Offensive Line supported Frist Downs for Down Syndrome. The group attended an auction and spent time with children with Down Syndrome.

Plus, Voice of the Chiefs Mitch Holthus sat down with General Manager John Dorsey to discuss the upcoming NFL Draft, the state of the team and the 2014 season.

Also, check out Chiefs Red and Gold Episode 8, featuring Alex Smith, John Dorsey and a breakdown of the 2014 schedule.

Lastly, if you haven’t already, download the Chiefs schedule here.

Now, let’s check out what the Chiefs have been up to on social media.

Twitter

Donald Stephenson was craving some sweet potato pie. Anyone know where he can find some?

Tamba Hali is showing off his new glasses from SoMee.

Ryan Succop was fascinated with the crazy weather from over the weekend.

Eric Kush was jamming out to Metallica.

Instagram

Jamaal Charles and Dwayne Bowe are back in weight room. Jamaal posted this photo on Monday saying, “Me & D-Bowe back at it at #OTAs #ChiefsKingdom.”

Rishaw Johnson also posted a photo from the Chiefs weight room saying, “#working #blessed.”

This photo of Eric Berry was taken in the Chiefs practice facility. He wrote, "Trabajando."

Justin Houston posted this video last week, working out before heading back to One Arrowhead Drive.

Sean McGrath and Jeff Allen had a feast this weekend! Sean posted this photo and the caption read, “Hail to the chef @jeffallen #picstitch”

Dontari Poe hanging out with Erin on Monday. She is a part of Braden’s Hope, a charity focused on childhood cancer research.

Here’s some more of the players who participated, including Derrick Johnson and Dwayne Bowe.

On Tuesday, in Chiefs history, it was the day that Tamba Hali was selected 20th overall in the 2006 in the NFL Draft.

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