Around The Web: OTA Accomplishments, Siavii Resurfaces, Peterson Attends Service for KU’s Frederick

On Tuesday, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley decided to end practice two days earlier than planned.  The question entering training camp is just how much the team accomplished during their offseason workouts.  This morning Bob Gretz looks at five things the Chiefs got done, including the rehabilitation of Larry Johnson. Just consider where […]

News: Chiefs Agree To Terms With Succop

According to the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs and seventh-round pick Ryan Succop have agreed to terms of a three year contract that the kicker will sign tomorrow morning. Joel Turner, Succop’s agent, said the sides agreed to terms today, but a Chiefs employee had to leave team headquarters early today, delaying the signing another […]

Around The Web: Summer Vacation Comes Early, Bids Open For New Training Camp, Succop Talks Irrelevant

Yesterday, Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley decided to end practice two days earlier than planned.  The only question that remained was if the team needed those extra practices to pick up the new systems being installed. From a new quarterback to a gutted and remodeled defense, the Chiefs remain in a state of flux.  […]

Succop Headed To Irrelevant Week

The Kansas City Chiefs players may have been granted summer vacation earlier than expected, but that doesn’t mean everyone on the team will be going home.  K Ryan Succop — the 256th player taken in April’s draft — will spend next week in California as the guest of honor for Irrelevant Week XXXIV. Succop makes […]

Q&A: Todd Haley On Final OTA Session

Following today’s OTA session — which was announced would be the last — Todd Haley met with the media.  Here are the highlights: If cutting practices short means the team is ahead of the curve: “Yeah, I believe we all feel that way.  Now, we’ve got a long way to go but from where we […]

OTA: Haley Ends Practice Early

(photo via Rich Sugg) The Kansas City Chiefs started their summer vacation early Tuesday, as coach Todd Haley ended offseason practice two days early, according to Kent Babb. Haley said the team made enough progress that the players deserved a break.  But the break comes with a condition, that the players keep up the work […]

News: Carl Peterson Finds Work

USA Football, the sport’s national governing body on youth and amateur levels, today announced that former Chiefs president/GM Carl Peterson will serve as the independent non-profit’s new chairman.  Peterson, a successful football scout, coach and NFL team executive for more than 40 years, assumes the organization’s leadership role following the death of former chairman Jack […]

Around The Web: Jackson Passes First Test, DT’s Son To Mizzou?

Chiefs coach Todd Haley said yesterday that Tyson Jackson has passed the “look test”, a big one to pass.  But as Kent Babb notes, Jackson will have to wait a few weeks before the pads go on and he can take the next step. Thursday will be the Chiefs’ final offseason practice, and those workouts […]

OTA: News & Notes 6/15

(photo via Rich Sugg) The Kansas City Chiefs resumed their voluntary OTAs today and Bob Gretz was there — as always — to get the scoop. There were 82 players in attendance, including fourth-round draft choice CB Donald Washington, who was making his first on-field appearance since the team’s rookie mini-camp in early May.  Missing […]

Q&A: Todd Haley on 6/15 OTA Session

Following today’s OTA session, Todd Haley met with the media.  Here are the highlights: If the defensive line is progressing: “I think any time you talk about the D-line or offensive lineman you are wasting your breath a little bit because there are no pads on.  So much can change when the pads are on, […]

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