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  1. Is Titus Young worth claiming?

    Bill Williamson

    The Kansas City Chiefs will have an interesting decision to make in regards to their first experience with the top waiver claiming priority in the NFL this offseason. One of the first day of offseason, Detroit cut troubled but talented receiver Ti...

    Blog | February 04, 2013
  2. Meet John Dorsey

    Bill Williamson

    New gig: Dorsey is the new general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs. Age: 52. Previous job: Dorsey was director of football operations for the Green Bay Packers. Playing career: He was a linebacker for Green Bay from 1984-88. He was a fourt...

    Blog | January 13, 2013
  3. Chiefs' Dorsey key lieutenant for Reid

    Bill Williamson

    The Kansas City Chiefs' hiring of John Dorsey as general manager on Saturday night was likely since Andy Reid was hired as the head coach Jan. 6. Dorsey takes over for the fired Scott Pioli. But make no mistake, the power structure of the Chiefs h...

    Blog | January 13, 2013
  4. McDaniels handles Cutler circus

    Bill Williamson

    Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson DANA POINT, Calif. -- As I walked into the conference room Tuesday morning for the annual AFC coaches' session at the NFL owners' meeting, there was no doubt where I needed to go to chase the next ste...

    Blog | March 24, 2009
  5. NFL Future Power Rankings - Projecting every franchise entering 2...

    ESPN Insider Staff

    Insider NFL analysts Mel Kiper, Gary Horton, Matt Williamson, Field Yates and Herm Edwards break down every NFL team in five key categories to see how the league might stack up three years from now entering the 2016 season.

    Story | Conversation | June 19, 2013
  6. NFL Future Power Rankings - Projecting every franchise entering 2...

    Trent Dilfer, Mel Kiper, Gary Horton, Matt Williamson

    Insider NFL analysts Mel Kiper, Trent Dilfer, Gary Horton and Matt Williamson break down every NFL team in five key categories to see how the league might stack up three years from now entering the 2015 season.

    Story | Conversation | May 23, 2012