Chiefs news for 14 February 2020
“Everything scared him. If I dropped my phone and it hit the ground, he’d run away,” Nnadi recalled. “Because of that, I started taking him anywhere and everywhere I went. I introduced him to new surroundings, people and other dogs just to help him come out of his shell a little bit. Going through all that, it got me thinking about other dogs and what they’re going through – abused animals and dogs living in shelters that can’t seem to find a home. That’s how I got the idea.”
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Colorado has reached out for the first time since former head coach Mel Tucker left the program for the Michigan State head coaching gig. Schefter claims that this initial contact wasn’t a job offer, but instead Colorado officials gauging the interest of Bieniemy.
Todd Haley, who served as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs from 2009 through 2011, will take over as the Rams offensive coordinator, a position held by Clark before he was hired recently as head coach at Cardinal Mooney High.
The 360 Vodka will only be available to ‘Chiefs Kingdom’ in Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Iowa. It will be released in July right around the time the Chiefs start training camp.
Now two years removed from playing, Maclin is excited to see the Ravens and Chiefs, two of his former teams, do battle for years to come. He believes Reid and the Chiefs are well positioned with Patrick Mahomes under center. The quarterback brought Kansas City to the AFC championship game during his 2018 MVP season, ultimately losing to the New England Patriots, 37-31, in overtime before getting over the hump this year.
Then, fresh off a Super Bowl victory, All-Pro Chiefs offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz joins the show to talk about how they celebrated, what it’s like to play with Patrick Mahomes, and playing for Andy Reid
There’s no need to get sappy, but if you’ve got love for your favorite power couple, we definitely won’t judge if you shed a few tears or two over them. (Looking at you, Kansas City Chiefs fans.)
A powerful agent since 1975, Steinberg had an all-star list of clients that included many who would become Hall of Famers, including Young, Troy Aikman — also a Super Bowl MVP — Warren Moon, Howie Long, Thurman Thomas, Derrick Thomas and Bruce Smith. Known for a squeaky clean image, he let his agent certification lapse as he battled alcoholism and bankruptcy.
The picture now has almost 100 shares and nearly 4,000 likes on Facebook. The post even got the attention of the owner of a business in Mahomes’ hometown. The person said he wants to buy the picture and hang it in his store in Texas. It’s an offer Brett said he’s considering.
The Kansas City Chiefs have won the Super Bowl for the first time in 50 years, but now it is time to think about how they will defend their title. This offseason will be a monumental time for the Chiefs to evaluate their roster, and look to improve their team on both sides of the ball. What is hard to think about right now, since the Chiefs just celebrated their title on Wednesday, is that this team still has room to improve. This team was not a perfect product, however that is why there is so much excitement about the future of the Chiefs. With just a few moves this offseason, the Chiefs can become even more of a powerhouse next season and beyond.