Chiefs second-year quarterback Aaron Murray ready to absorb pro game

Aaron Murray went from the big name on the University of Georgia campus in Athens to a backup with the Kansas City Chiefs. Heading into his second NFL season, Murray’s focus is all about progressing as a quarterback under coach Andy Reid while playing in the shadow of starter Alex Smith.


Chiefs have some work to do concerning salary cap

One way or another, the Chiefs will be making some moves between now and their Sept. 13 opener against the Houston Texans. Not only do they have to pare their roster down from the offseason max of 90 to the league-mandated 53 by then, but according to salary cap expert and former NFL agent Joel Corry, they will likely have to do so with an eye toward creating a little more cap room for the 2015 season.

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