NFL Notes: Chiefs, Cowboys, Lions & Panthers



Chiefs RB Knile Davis denied previous reports that he had requested a trade out of Kansas City. Davis did, however, say that he’s hoping to remain with the Chiefs, despite the trade rumors that have surfaced in the past few months.

“I hope so, but that’s not up to me,” Davis said, via Adam Teicher of ESPN. “This is my team. I’m under contract. I’m here until I’m not.”


  • Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones said they are not looking to add a defensive end such as Dwight Freeney or any of the available veterans at this time. (Todd Archer)
  • Jones added that they like their young pass rushers and want to see what they can do before potentially considering free agent options later this summer. (Todd Archer)


  • The Lions had first-round pick Taylor Decker working as their first-team left tackle at OTAs on Thursday. (Kyle Meinke)
  • Detroit shifted former left tackle Riley Reiff to right tackle during the practice. (Kyle Meinke)


Panthers DT Kawann Short mentioned that the two parties aren’t in a rush to get a long-term extension in place that would keep him in Carolina for the foreseeable future.

“If it happens, it happens, but we haven’t focused on that,” Short said, via “I’ve still got a lot I need to do. I’ve put myself in the position, but at the same time, I’m not where I want to be. We’re not rushing the issue.”

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