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Mon, 27 Apr 2015 12:15:05 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs WR Jeremy Maclin and QB Alex Smith played catch for the first time since Maclin was acquired this offseason. Maclin said everything was smooth and that he was simply trying to get a feel for how Smith threw the football. Smith said he believes Maclin's transition into the Chiefs' offense will be relatively smooth since he has already played for head coach Andy Reid in Philadelphia.
Fantasy Tip: It's unrealistic to expect a duplication of last season from Maclin, when he tallied career highs in catches (85), yards (1,318) and touchdowns (10). Kansas City's offense isn't as high octane as the Eagles' offense and it's centered more on Jamaal Charles. Maclin could still post WR2 numbers when all is said and done. Alex Smith is somewhat underrated as a fantasy quarterback, but he's still not starter worthy even with Maclin in town.
Fri, 24 Apr 2015 13:30:26 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs LB Justin Houston's representatives recently talked with the team about a possible long-term contract, according to general manager John Dorsey. Houston is not participating in offseason workouts while he waits for a new contract.
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Fantasy Tip: Green-Beckham could be a target for the Chiefs at No. 18 overall in the 2015 NFL Draft. He would be a late-round flyer as a WR5 in traditional drafts.
Mon, 20 Apr 2015 15:31:58 -0700
Fantasy Tip: Smith will likely receive a boost in fantasy value with the Chiefs' offseason addition of WR DeSean Jackson. Smith failed to connect with a wide receiver for a touchdown in 2014 and finished the season with 18 total passing touchdowns. Smith should only be considered as a second quarterback, in the late rounds of 2015 fantasy drafts.
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Kansas City Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles wants the team to address the offensive line situation in the upcoming NFL Draft. Charles told media "it was challenging last year playing with guys... some got hurt, some got suspended. So it was hard playing. I never knew how crucial it was to my career that I needed linemen."
Fantasy Tip: If you don't have a solid offensive line, it's hard to run the ball. Pure and simple. Charles' production slipped backwards somewhat because the Chiefs' offensive line was not up to snuff. Of course, that was just one reason, as there were injuries, but it's enough to make Charles a low RB1 or an RB2 on most fantasy boards.
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