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Melvin Ingram to Chiefs? Mitchell Schwartz to Steelers? Logical fits for remaining free agents
As NFL training camp nears, some high-profile free agents remain on the open market. Cynthia Frelund provides four logical player-team fits, including a potential boon to Kansas City's pass rush.
State of the 2021 Kansas City Chiefs: Lombardi or bust for Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes and Co.
Are the Kansas City Chiefs poised to end a third straight season on Super Bowl Sunday? Will Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes hoist the Lombardi Trophy once again? Adam Rank explores the state of the franchise.
Four outstanding issues as NFL teams break until training camp
With the conclusion of NFL minicamps this week, Judy Battista explores the biggest issues to monitor as teams break until training camp -- including the quarterback situations in Green Bay and Houston.
Chiefs HC Andy Reid: 'Door always remains open' for possible Mitchell Schwartz, Eric Fisher return
The Chiefs starting offensive tackles Mitchell Schwartz and Eric Fisher earlier this offseason, but Kansas City head coach Andy Reid did not rule out a return for either player Monday.
AFC Roster Reset: Conference hierarchy heading into 2021 NFL Draft
After three months of hirings and firings, cuts and signings, Gregg Rosenthal breaks down the AFC hierarchy heading into the 2021 NFL Draft. Who's poised to challenge the Chiefs? Which teams look like bottom-dwellers?
2021 NFL free agency: Best fits for Jadeveon Clowney, Carlos Dunlap and more
After the first wave of free agency, there are still number of impact players on the open market. Where could they be headed? Nick Shook reveals team fits for notable free agents.
Chiefs release starting tackles Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz
The Chiefs are cleaning house on their offensive line. Kansas City released starting LT Eric Fisher, RT Mitchell Schwartz on Thursday.
Roundup: Chiefs OT Mitchell Schwartz undergoes back surgery
After months of working toward a potential postseason return, Mitchell Schwartz was forced to watch his team lose the Super Bowl in street clothes. Now he's taking the opportunity to get his back ailment fixed.
2021 AFC cut candidates: Viable releases and potential surprises
In the wake of a season reshaped by COVID-19, the NFL salary cap is expected to drop, significantly impacting offseason roster reconstruction. Which AFC players could be released? Gregg Rosenthal identifies likely candidates and potential surprises.
Busting Super Bowl LV narratives: Truth about Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, Rob Gronkowski and more
Is Tom Brady a system quarterback? Should the Buccaneers try to blitz Patrick Mahomes? Has Rob Gronkowski lost a step? Keegan Abdoo and Mike Band use Next Gen Stats to discern the truth behind some bold narratives surrounding Super Bowl LV.
Three things to watch in Super Bowl LV; plus Packers, Bills takeaways
Gregg Rosenthal lists three things to watch in Super Bowl LV, including the all-out approaches of Andy Reid and Bruce Arians. Plus, breakdowns of the Packers and Bills.
Predicting one future first-time Pro Bowler for each AFC team
Which players could be primed for a breakthrough in 2020? Marc Sessler identifies one candidate from each AFC team to earn a first Pro Bowl nod this season.
Myles Garrett, Alex Mack lead Joe Thomas' top five NFL teammates
Who were the five best players Joe Thomas played with in his NFL career? Why is Pro Bowl center Alex Mack so effective? Plus, a kicker makes the list!
NFL's top 10 offenses: Chiefs, Ravens pulling away from pack
Chris Wesseling assesses the landscape of NFL offenses now that the draft has concluded and the majority of free-agent signings are in the books. Which units are the most potent? Here are the top 10 attacks heading into the 2020 season.
2012 NFL Draft do-over: Colts take Luck; Foles saves Browns?
Gil Brandt jumps back eight years and re-picks the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft. Who goes No. 1 overall? Do teams pounce on Ryan Tannehill, or do the Miami Dolphins get another chance?
AFC West rookie grades: Raiders clean up; Broncos stay on pace
The Broncos landed a promising QB (Drew Lock) and the Chiefs snagged a speedy WR (Mecole Hardman) -- but did any AFC West team outpace a Raiders class led by Josh Jacobs? Nick Shook grades the rookies in the AFC West.
Kyle Shanahan endures another devastating Super Bowl collapse
For the second time in four seasons, Kyle Shanahan suffered a devastating fourth-quarter Super Bowl collapse. Michael Silver reflects on another heartbreaker for the San Francisco 49ers head coach.
Damien Williams finds redemption in Miami after 'long road'
Kansas City Chiefs running back Damien Williams' road to the Super Bowl has been marked with struggles -- and it was only fitting that his championship journey ended in Miami, Jim Trotter writes.
Patrick Mahomes… the $40 million man?
Sky Sports' Neil Reynolds ponders if Patrick Mahomes will sign the biggest ever NFL contract in the coming years.
NFL beware: Patrick Mahomes is only getting better with age
Patrick Mahomes' 2019 production pales in comparison to the numbers from his MVP campaign of 2018, but is Kansas City's quarterback actually better this season? James Palmer got a resounding answer from Chiefs teammates.
Chiefs back in AFC championship as healthy, formidable as ever
The Kansas City Chiefs scored seven touchdowns on seven straight possessions to erase a 24-point deficit and cap an epic comeback versus the Houston Texans on Sunday. Jeffri Chadiha writes Patrick Mahomes and Co. are as healthy and dangerous as ever.
2019 All-Pro Team: Jackson, McCaffrey highlight roster
The Associated Press revealed its 2019 NFL All-Pro Teams on Friday, the list is highlight by Baltimore Ravens QB and MVP front-runner Lamar Jackson.
NFL 2010s All-Decade Team: Tom Brady, J.J. Watt earn spots
With the 2010s coming to a close, Chris Wesseling identifies the best players at every position of the past 10 years. Who will join Tom Brady and Aaron Donald on the definitive NFL All-Decade Team?
Roundup: Patriots restructure Marcus Cannon's deal
Jets WR Jamison Crowder is set to undergo an MRI on his left foot after exiting Monday's practice early with an injury. Crowder missed seven games of the 2018 season due to a right ankle injury.
Palmer: Chiefs open to possibly re-signing Fisher, Schwartz
NFL Network's James Palmer reports the Kansas City Chiefs are open to possibly re-signing Eric Fisher and Mitchell Schwartz.
Nick Shook's best team fits for notable remaining free agents
NFL Network's Nick Shook's best team fits for notable remaining free agents.
Baldinger: How the Chiefs can rebuild their offensive line
NFL Network's Brian Baldinger breaks down how the Kansas City Chiefs can rebuild their offensive line.
Rapoport, Garafolo: Why Chiefs released both Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo explain why the Kansas City Chiefs released both left tackle Eric Fisher and right tackle Mitchell Schwartz.
Chadiha: Schwartz, Fisher confident they'll be back for Chiefs training camp
NFL Network's Jeffri Chadiha reports the latest on Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackles Mitchell Schwartz and Eric Fisher as they both work to recover from injuries last season.
Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz, Martinas Rankin placed on Chiefs' COVID-19 list
Kansas City Chiefs tackles Eric Fisher, Mitchell Schwartz and Martinas Rankin placed on COVID-19 list.
Highest rated player at every attribute in 'Madden NFL 21'
Find out the highest rated player at every attribute for "Madden NFL 21."
Schrager's Top 5 most underappreciated players on 'Top 100'
NFL Network's Peter Schrager reveals his list of Top five underappreciated players on the "Top 100 Players of 2020" list.
Schwartz, Banner, Dollinger: How Black Lives Matter, Jewish community can team up
Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Zach Banner and Professor of Jewish Studies at San Francisco State University Marc Dollinger discuss how Black Lives Matter and Jewish communities can work together.
Schwartz, Banner, Dollinger discuss prevalence of anti-Semitism in pro sports
NFL Network's Andrew Siciliano, Kansas City Chiefs tackle Mitchell Schwartz, Pittsburgh Steelers tackle Zach Banner and Professor of Jewish Studies Marc Dollinger discuss the prevalence of anti-Semitism on college campuses and in professional sports.
Siciliano, Schwartz, Banner, Dollinger on need to combat anti-Semitism beyond sports
NFL Network's Andrew Siciliano, Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Mitchell Schwartz, Pittsburgh Steelers offensive tackle Zach Banner and Jewish studies professor Marc Dollinger describe the need to combat anti-Semitism beyond sports.