Emmanuel Sanders’ agent says Chiefs ‘misinterpreted’ events

The agent for new Broncos receiver Emmanuel Sanders has been criticized since a NFL.com report Saturday said his client had agreed to a deal with the Chiefs and then shopped the offer around. But the agent, Steve Weinberg, said Tuesday that Sanders left the Chiefs’ facility Saturday without an agreement.

Q&A with new Chiefs defensive lineman Vance Walker

New Chiefs defensive lineman Vance Walker conducted his first conference call with the Kansas City media on Monday. You can check out more of what he had to say in a story I wrote for Tuesday’s Star, but here’s what the 26-year-old ex-Raiders had to say.

New guard Jeff Linkenbach talks role, fit with Chiefs

New Chiefs guard Jeff Linkenbach conducted his first conference call with the Kansas City media on Thursday. Here’s what the 26-year-old ex-Colt, who reportedly agreed to a one-year deal worth $250,000 in guaranteed money, had to say.

Chiefs mailbag: Could Brandon Flowers move to free safety?

In an effort to pump out more content and answer your questions in a more interactive way, I've decided to occasionally pick out a question I receive on Twitter and answer it on the blog. The first question relates to the Chiefs’ Pro Bowl corner, and whether he could move to free safety and fill a glaring need.

How would Devin Hester look as a Chief?

Even as the Chiefs enjoyed a record-setting season returning kicks last season, special teams coordinator Dave Toub often measured the club’s success against a lofty standard.

Chiefs meet with guard Geoff Schwartz’s agent during combine

The agent for pending free-agent guard Geoff Schwartz met with the Chiefs during the NFL Combine and said the team has interest in bringing back Schwartz, though the two sides may not agree on money. Despite starting only eight games last season, the 6-foot-6, 340-pound Schwartz posted a plus-18.6 Pro Football Focus grade, the highest any Chiefs offensive lineman, and was rated as the site’s top free-agent guard.

A viewer’s guide to understanding each NFL combine drill

The testing portion of the NFL combine begins today with the kickers, offensive linemen and tight ends. So for those of you who plan on watching the NFL Network's coverage — which begins at 8 a.m. — I figured I'd give a quick breakdown of each drill and why it's important.