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Even though the NFL draft is complete, the player acquisition is still going on. Teams are now in a mad dash to secure the best unrestricted free agents (UFAs). Ben Nielsen at Arrowhead Addict is collecting a list of players the Chiefs are rumored to be interesting in signing.
So, were you busy over this weekend? That’s nothing compared to this Chiefs’ draftee who, not only joined the NFL, but also helped deliver twins this weekend. Arrowhead Pride has the story here.
Randy Covitz of the Kansas City Star wrote an amusing story asserting that Alex Smith and Chase Daniel welcome the selection of a quarterback. Yeah. And I love getting a visits from my friendly IRS agent. I always welcome a guy who wants to eventually take my multi-million dollar a year job.
Over in Royal-world, Kings of Kauffman’s David Hill asserts that Billy Butler isn’t going anywhere despite numerous fans calling for the Royals to deal their DH.
Right now, with his .236/.292/.309 batting line and poor defensive reputation, Butler just is not an attractive trade chip. What exactly are people expecting that the Royals would get for him at this point?
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