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New Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey is excited about matchup problems 2011 first-round pick Jon Baldwin can present. This is a big season for Baldwin, who hasn’t made much of an impact in his first two NFL seasons.
The Sideline View reports that the Chiefs are hiring Chicago Bears front-office employee Chris Ballard to oversee the pro and college scouting departments. It’s no surprise Ballard is coming in since new regimes often bring in their own crews.
The Detroit Lions claimed linebacker Cory Greenwood. He was cut by the Chiefs on Thursday.
In this Insider piece, Mel Kiper thinks four undrafted free agents in the AFC West could be great finds.
U-T San Diego reports the Chargers have made minor tweaks to their uniforms.
U-T San Diego also looks at the options for the Chargers at left tackle. Don’t get too excited. There’s nothing too intriguing on the list. It’s meager, to say the least. Still, of the group, I’d take Max Starks and worry about it again next year.
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