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Chiefs secondary looking to step up game

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Kansas City Chiefs safety Greg Castillo (45) tries to intercept a pass intended for wide receiver Terrance Copper during National Football League training camp on July 30 in St. Joseph, Mo.

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — There were four players in the NFL last season who made at least seven interceptions.
Then there was the Kansas City Chiefs. They picked off seven, too.
It took dozens of lousy plays over the course of the season for the Chiefs to have one of the worst years in franchise history. But their inability to cause turnovers, particularly in the secondary, was somewhere near the root of their problems.
Brandon Flowers had three of the Chiefs’ interceptions. Stanford Routt had two, and he only played half the year before being cut. Otherwise, a handful of guys ...

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