Chiefs news for 12 February 2020
There are a few really strong options in free agency, but Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones should be number one on the list. He’s coming off two straight incredible seasons and he’s only 25-years old. He’s in for a massive payday and the Raiders have the cap space to make it happen.
While Chris Jones dominates the discussion about future free agents for the Kansas City Chiefs, people are overlooking Bashaud Breeland and what exactly the Chiefs either will or should do with the veteran cornerback.
“I’m looking forward to my eighth year. Obviously it will be challenging, but I look forward to those challenges,” he said. “I feel like our core will still be here and obviously Coach Reid will build through the draft. I’m already looking forward to next year, but still got a couple months to soak in this last win.”
Mel Kiper slotted Dobbins to the Kansas City Chiefs with the last pick in the first round in his most recent mock draft, unveiled on Feb. 3.
The 100th NFL season has come and gone, and it ended with a coronation of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes as the best player in the league. Yes, he failed to win the MVP because of injury, but make no mistake about it, Mahomes would be the top overall pick in a pool of all of the league’s players.
On Tuesday, the Smith County Commissioners Court passed a resolution declaring Feb. 2, 2020, the day Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl, as “Patrick Mahomes II Day.”
NFL Network’s James Palmer reports the latest on Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ contract situation.
Hill ran the 200 in 20 seconds back in high school, which would have been good enough for sixth place in the 2012 London Olympics.