Despite meeting overseas requirement for Super Bowl hosts, Kansas City not yet on Super Bowl radar

But while a NFL spokesman confirmed Friday there is a rule requiring Super Bowl bid winners to play a home game overseas within five years, the Chiefs don’t appear to be on the radar for the big game just yet. “That is not being seriously contemplated,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told The Star after he was asked whether KC was in line for a Super Bowl.

Chiefs exercise fifth-year option on Dontari Poe

The Chiefs have exercised a fifth-year option on defensive tackle Dontari Poe, a source confirmed to The Star on Friday. Poe had one year left on his original rookie deal, and will have a 2015 salary cap number of $3.6 million.

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Andy Reid explains Chiefs’ decision to release Sean McGrath

Tight end Sean McGrath, 27, retired at the start of training camp last season citing a loss of passion for the game, but was reinstated April 15 after he told the Chiefs he wanted to return. He was subsequently released, however, despite catching 26 passes for 302 yards and two touchdowns in 2013.