Around The Web: AFL Babysitting, Media Creations, Hard-Luck KC

There isn’t a lot going on right now and that will probably be the case until the Chiefs leave for training camp at the end of July.  This summer the USA today is taking a look back at the AFL — in honor of it’s 50th anniversary season — and they are already producing must […]

Read: Haley Waiting On Call From Parcells

Todd Haley’s history as a member of the Bill Parcells coaching tree has been well documented.  But Kent Babb talked to the Kansas City Chiefs coach about just how difficult Parcells was on the coaches working on his staff. Parcells has never been the type to overlook mistakes, whether a star player steps out of […]

Around The Web: Green Retires, Roaf A Hall Of Famer Once More, Crimson Chiefs

After 15 seasons in the NFL, former Chiefs quarterback Trent Green has decided to retire. Green played for the Chargers, Redskins, Rams, Chiefs and Dolphins.  He earned a Super Bowl ring with the Rams in 2000 and was selection to two Pro Bowls while he was with the Chiefs in 2003 and 2005. Green started […]

Around The Web: Tight Competition, Injury Free, Pollard’s Helping Hands

Tony Gonzalez is long gone, but left in his wake were several players vying for his starting spot.  As Kent Babb notes, the competition for that spot is fiercer than coach Todd Haley might have predicted. The starting job was supposed to be Brad Cottam’s job to take.  Now, it could go to any of […]

OTA: News & Notes 6/11

(photo via David Eulitt) The Kansas City Chiefs ran through their ninth of fourteen OTA session this morning and opened it up to the media.  Bob Gretz — as always — was there and got the scoop. There were 82 of the team’s 85 players on the field.  Missing from the workout were the usual  […]

Q&A: Todd Haley on 6/11 OTA Session

Following today’s OTA session, Todd Haley met with the media for a short Q&A session. If the team is learning from their mistakes: “I think it would be good if everything went well all of the time.  We had the discussion about drops the other day and obviously during the two-minute drill the offense tipped […]

Around The Web: Jackson Holdout?, Impact Chief, Albert On Red Zone

The first big post-draft domino fell last night with Jets first round pick (No. 5 overall) agreed to a five year deal with $28 million in guaranteed money.  The only other top 5 pick to sign was first overall selection Matthew Stafford prior to the draft.  Mike Florio thinks the stage could be set for […]

Around The Web: OL Rankings, Fan Friendly D, Training Camp Delay

The Chiefs haven’t been known for their strength along the offensive line the past few seasons after years of near dominant line play.  And according to Bill Williamson Kansas City currently only places two linemen in the top twelve in the AFC West. Tackle Branden Albert comes in at No. 7 right behind the Chargers’ […]

Around The Web: No Bowe Show, Darling Chasing #2, Why Chiefs Picked Brown

Among all the players we have heard from this offseason, starting WR Dwayne Bowe has not been one of them – a rarity for Bowe.  As Kent Babb has seen, there’s something different about the third year wide receiver. Bowe used to run his routes during workouts, and on the walk back toward the huddle, […]

OTA: News & Notes 6/8

(photo via Rich Sugg) The Kansas City Chiefs resumed their voluntary OTAs today and Bob Gretz was there to get the scoop. There were 81 of the 85 roster players on the field for the OTA.   Missing were LB Brian Waters and OLB Mike Vrabel, thus keeping intact their string of not taking part in anything […]

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