Two of the Chiefs’ best players are recovering from torn ACLs, and the team is being cautious with both. Chiefs coach Andy Reid said outside linebacker Justin Houston and running back Jamaal Charles are both doing well, but Houston definitely won’t be ready for the start of training camp and Charles may be eased into…
RB – Charles, West, Ware and Reaves Obviously the 4 headed monster is gonna be awesome
WR – Maclin, Conley, Wilson, Robinson, Williams, Streater, Hill, Mathews, Cook, Brown, Hammond and Moore, I wish we could keep the first 9 Mathews is an undrafted monster, year 2 for Cook and Brown
TE – Kelce, Harris, O’Shaughnessy, Parker and Ross
Oline – Fisher, Ehinger, Morse, Reid, Schwartz, Fulton, LDT, Sterup, Pughsley, Nowak, Devey, Munyer, Mayweather, and Feigt
Finally we have depth and quality depth at Oline we haven’t had that in years
Dline – Bailey, Howard, Poe, Jones, King, Roches, Williams, King, Staten, Davis and Ta’amu
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Phillip Gaines will get first crack at Chiefs corner job, Steven Nelson leaves minicamp as the nickel
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The Kansas City Chiefs cornerback situation is coming together. We think.
The Chiefs entered the offseason trying to figure out who would play opposite Marcus Peters and who would be the nickel corner. They have their answers for now.
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Chiefs Offensive line has a leader at Left Guard
By Joel Thorman
The Kansas City Chiefs Offensive line battle doesn’t seem like much of a battle. The team has kept mostly the same offensive line over the past 3 weeks.
“Yeah, I think I feel pretty good about it,” Andy Reid said of his offensive line, via quotes from the Chiefs. “Again, Lets see them hit and bang it around a little bit, see how they do in games. But I think we have a nucleus there that’s good.”
That would be LT Eric Fisher, LG Parker Ehinger, C Mitch Morse, RG Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Read more…
By Zac Jackson
The Chiefs signed wide receiver Seantavius Jones and defensive back Akeem Davis Thursday. Jones participated in the team’s just-concluded minicamp as a tryout player. A former undrafted free agent, Jones was on the active roster with the Saints for three games last season. He was signed after the season by the Eagles but waived in…
Mich Matthews. The article is worth a read and the highlight reel is worth watching. Matthews is 6-6, weighs 222, ran a 4.49 40 and has a 36 inch verticle leap. Looks like he has big potential. Maybe Dorsey has found a gem in the discount meat market?
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