Team Grade:
Kansas City Chiefs
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The Chiefs missed out on the playoffs last year but had a winning record, which was a positive. Kansas City should have another solid team this year that will challenge for a playoff spot. The offense still lacks some complimentary options in the passing game but is improved with Maclin on board. And the running game remains top notch with Jamaal Charles leading the way. The defense isnā??t elite but solid. The Chiefs are a pretty well-rounded team that should be in most games every week. Kansas City might not be a Super Bowl caliber team but just outside that group.
Some might say last season was a breakout one for tight end Travis Kelce, but we think he can improve on that season. He scored just five touchdowns, which was a low number considering his 67 receptions. If he can find the end zone a few more times, his fantasy value soars even more. And donā??t be surprised if his other numbers rise. Remember, he was coming back from a major injury last season and still posted those big numbers. He is going to be a fantasy stud for years to come at tight end.
Receiver Jeremy Maclin got a big contract with the Chiefs this offseason, which is a positive for him. But moving to the Chiefs isnā??t going to help his numbers at receiver. Maclin moves from a high-octane offense to a run-first, slow-paced offense. It will be quite the opposite of what Maclin played in the past few seasons. Heā??ll still get some receptions and yards as the No. 1 receiver for the Chiefs, but a repeat of last season is going to be really hard to come by for him. Please donā??t draft him based on last year.

Team Notes

Jul 30, 05:22 PM Updating a previous report, Kansas City Chiefs WR Chris Conley (knee) is day to day with a knee strain.
Jul 29, 08:13 PM Kansas City Chiefs QB Tyler Bray (knee) was placed on the Non-Football Injury list Wednesday, July 29. Bray is still undergoing testing to determine a potential return date.
Jul 29, 08:03 PM Kansas City Chiefs TE Demetrius Harris (foot) will begin training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list, according to head coach Andy Reid Wednesday, July 29.
Jul 29, 01:43 AM Kansas City Chiefs SS Eric Berry (illness) has been cleared to take the practice field with the team Wednesday, July 29. He was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma in December 2014. After several rounds of thorough testing and a process that concluded Tuesday, July 28, he has been given the green light.

Fantasy Impact: This is great to hear. Berry seems to be over the worst for now and will be ready for football this year.
Jul 28, 06:03 PM Updating a previous report, Kansas City Chiefs DT Dontari Poe (back) underwent surgery on his herniated disk July 15. Head coach Andy Reid said there's a chance Poe is able to return in the early part of the season depending on how he recovers.
Jul 28, 04:53 PM Kansas City Chiefs DT Dontari Poe (back) is dealing with a herniated disk in his back and has had two epidurals. The extent of and timetable for the injury were not disclosed.
Jul 24, 06:32 PM Kansas City Chiefs WR Albert Wilson is projected to be the No. 2 wide receiver behind WR Jeremy Maclin, according to ESPN.com's Adam Teicher.
Jul 24, 10:02 AM Kansas City Chiefs CB Sean Smith was suspended three games for violating the league's substance-abuse policy.
Jul 17, 05:52 PM Kansas City Chiefs TE Demetrius Harris' (foot) status for the start of training camp is uncertain because he underwent foot surgery earlier this offseason.
Jul 15, 12:03 PM Kansas City Chiefs LB Justin Houston signed a six-year, $101 million deal that includes $52.5 million guaranteed Wednesday, July 15. The deal is the richest in franchise history and the largest deal ever for a linebacker.
Jul 13, 03:23 PM Kansas City Chiefs QB Alex Smith has been focusing on footwork and technique this offseason, particularly with his downfield passes. 'For me, footwork is something that never goes away,' Smith said. 'You're constantly trying to get better with your feet.'
Jul 13, 03:03 PM Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles said he feels healthy, eating right and doing yoga. 'I'm doing everything I am supposed to do to keep my body up at my age. Charles added that he feels like he's 20 or 21 years old again.
Jul 13, 02:13 PM Kansas City Chiefs LB Derrick Johnson (knee) said he's looking forward to training camp after missing all but one game last year with a torn Achilles' tendon. Johnson had missed practices during organized team activities with knee inflammation, but should be full go once training camp starts.
Jul 12, 08:23 PM Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles has ranked in the top three in total touchdowns in each of the last two seasons, recording a league-high 19 in 2013 and 14 last year.
Jun 18, 05:02 PM Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles will be taking a week off from football now that minicamp is over. Following the hiatus, Charles will begin an intense workout regimen. Charles said he would try to come back early and work with the Chief's strength and conditioning coach to get more in shape and back in the groove.
Jun 14, 07:12 PM Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles will turn 29 by the end of the 2015 season, but he said he has no plans on slowing down and wants to play another six years. '(The game) has changed,' Charles said. 'They've got all kinds of technology now, all kinds of medicine people have come up with to stay healthy.'

Offseason Keys

Tyvon Branch, SS; Paul Fanaika, G; Jeremy Maclin, WR. 

Dwayne Bowe, WR; Kurt Coleman, DB; Anthony Fasano, TE; Rodney Hudson, C; Joe Mays, LB; Vance Walker, DT. 

2015 Draft Class

 # 1  18 Marcus PetersDB
 # 2  17 Mitch MorseOL
 # 3  12 Chris ConleyWR
 # 3  34 Steven NelsonDB
 # 4  19 Ramik WilsonLB
 # 5  36 D.J. AlexanderLB
 # 5  173 James O'ShaughnessyTE
 # 6  41 Rakeem Nunez-RochesDL
 # 7  16 Da'Ron BrownWR

2015 Schedule

1     Sep 13 1:00PM     at Houston
2     Sep 17 8:25PM     Denver
3     Sep 28 8:30PM     at Green Bay
4     Oct 4 1:00PM     at Cincinnati
5     Oct 11 1:00PM     Chicago
6     Oct 18 1:00PM     at Minnesota
7     Oct 25 1:00PM     Pittsburgh
8     Nov 1 9:30AM     Detroit
-- Week 9 Bye --
10     Nov 15 4:25PM     at Denver
11     Nov 22 8:30PM     at San Diego
12     Nov 29 1:00PM     Buffalo
13     Dec 6 4:05PM     at Oakland
14     Dec 13 1:00PM     San Diego
15     Dec 20 1:00PM     at Baltimore
16     Dec 27 1:00PM     Cleveland
17     Jan 3 1:00PM     Oakland
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