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Kansas City Chiefs starters will play close to a half in Seattle Seahawks preseason game

By Joel Thorman ? @JoelThorman on Aug 19, 2015, 12:03p

Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid said the first team would play “close to a half” against the
Seattle Seahawks in Friday’s preseason game. Following that, the Chiefs second and third team will finish up the second half.

This will be good work for the Chiefs starters on both offense and defense because they’re facing such a good team.
Offensively, the Chiefs will face one of the NFL’s best defenses. Read more…

By Seek

One of my Who is that type of players from last year was Albert Wilson. After the first pre-season a couple of young players caught my eye.

I had heard a lot about Charcandrick West even last year, but he made some really great runs and some great catches. I know he roomed with J. Charles this off season and JC has been helping him. I don’t want to make it a fair comparison but his runs looked a little like Priest Holmes, even down to how he held the ball.

Justin March. He made a great play Read more…

By Mike Florio

The first overall pick in the 2013 draft has a new obstacle regarding his efforts to fulfill his potential. Chiefs left tackle Fisher sprained an ankle during practice on Monday, as disclosed by coach Andy Reid after practice. Via Ed Werder of ESPN, an MRI confirmed that the ankle is sprained. Fisher is expected to…
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By Chiefs4life24

And with that in mind we turn to Eric Fisher, the oft-maligned left tackle for the Chiefs. Since being taken first overall Fisher has had his share of growing pains. Principle among his issues at tackle has been his strength, or lack thereof. All too often we saw Fisher getting bull rushed or knocked to the side when in pass protection. There were reports of injury issues that provided some excuse, but it was still frustrating.

ALL reports of Fisher have been positive this offseason, with the rumor being he’s put on some weight and is stronger. But what Read more…