The Kansas City Chiefs will have a top 3 defensive backfield, #1 rushing attack from a year ago, the best OT tandem in the league, the best LB corp in the league, 2/3 of the D-line were drafted in the top 15 overall. TWO first round picks at wideout, and a suddenly above average QB in an offensive system that consistently ranked in the top half of the league in Philly.
WHAT IN THE WORLD ARE YOU COMPLAINING ABOUT??? I promise that the other 11 teams that will make the playoffs this season don’t have that kind of talent Read more…
By Josh Alper
The Chiefs kicked off their OTAs on Tuesday and, as expected, left tackle Branden Albert was in attendance. Albert, who stands to make $9.828 million in 2013 under the terms of the franchise tag, was the subject of trade discussions with the Dolphins before and during the draft and made it known that he had… Read more…
By Darin Gantt
Former Ravens defensive tackle Ryan McBean’s trying to work his way back into the NFL, and it started with a trip to Kansas City. According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, McBean visited the Chiefs Monday. The former Steelers fourth-rounder and Broncos starter spent last year on the Ravens injured reserve list. A severe… Read more…
From Arrowhead Pride:
Chris Ault, father of the pistol offense, told me one QB who’d be really good at running it would be: Alex Smith!
Yes, the QB who was replaced by Colin Kaepernick. Ault said when he was at Nevada and Smith was at Utah, he thought he’d be perfect for what they were trying to develop. "An Alex Smith could run the read system also," Ault said. "I remember him at Utah, he would have been an excellent pistol quarterback."
Since the Chiefs traded for Alex Smith, I have liked and defended the move because I believe that Read more…
By Josh Alper
Earlier this offseason, the Chiefs hired former Vikings head coach Brad Childress and gave him the title of Spread Game Analyst/Special Projects. Does that mean that Chris Ault will be the Pistol Pundit? We’ll have to wait to find out if there’s an exact title for Ault, but his agent Bob Lamonte (who also represents… Read more…
The Chiefs have signed rookie running back Knile Davis, the club announced Monday. The 5-foot-10, 227-pound Davis was a third-round pick (No. 96 overall) in April. He declared for the draft after his redshirt junior season at Arkansas. The 21-year-old Davis has very good speed. He was timed at 4.37 seconds in the 40-yard dash… Read more…
Chiefs seventh-round draft pick Mike Catapano understands the odds he’s fighting as he attempts to carve out a career in the NFL.
Two weeks ago, he became the first player from Princeton to be selected in the NFL Draft since 2001. And while Ivy League graduates are generally well-respected, it’s not usually for their abilities on a football field. Only six players from the Ivy League appeared in an NFL game last season.
Catapano is trying to change the conventional thinking.
“Everybody always says, ‘Hey, at least you’re bringing up the team GPA,’ ” Catapano said. “but I came here to play. I’m proud to represent the Ivy League. The Ivy League is smart guys that like to play football, and that’s what I’m here to show — that we can play the game just as (well) as everybody else.”
Hi guys, for those of you interested, I’ve put together an early look at some of the top prospects of the 2014 NFL Draft. Ideally to just get an idea of who to look for in this upcoming College season. Let me know what you think
2014 NFL Mock Draft
*The order was determined by the Vegas Superbowl odds as of last week Read more…