Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said the possibility exists that the team could trade its top overall draft pick.
All signs pointed to the Chiefs parting ways with QB Matt Cassel at season’s end, but that became all but certain when he was yanked from the Chiefs’ loss Sunday.
Chiefs QB Matt Cassel has been ruled out for Sunday’s game against the Buccaneers. Brady Quinn will start in his place.
The Titans' coaching staff will let Matt Hasselbeck and Jake Locker battle for the starting QB job for most of the summer, according to our NFL Whispers.
With a new offensive system, the Chiefs may be looking to draft a young quarterback to build around for the long term.
The Chiefs want QB Matt Cassel to have some competition in 2012.
According to a team source, the Chiefs are likely to stick with Matt Cassel and part ways with Kyle Orton this offseason.
Chiefs interim head coach Romeo Crennel announced Wednesday that QB Kyle Orton will get the Week 15 start, provided his injured finger heals in time.
With Matt Cassel hurt, the Chiefs will rely on their subpar backup QBs — Tyler Palko and Ricky Stanzi — down the stretch of the season.
The Chiefs have agreed to terms with most of their 2011 rookie class.