Chiefs news for 15 February 2020
The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to terms on a three-year deal that would make Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, Missouri, the home of Chiefs training camp through the 2022 season. The agreement includes an option to extend the partnership an additional two years after 2022.
According to Over the Cap, the Chiefs project to have $13.7 million in available cap space. Spotrac estimates the Chiefs to have $16.5 million in cap space within the NFL’s Top 51 Rule, in which only the 51 largest cap numbers count toward the team’s salary cap.
Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt spent this past Wednesday at the University of Kansas Health System’s Pediatric Center, visiting with the patients and delivering chocolate sweets. Russell Stover partnered with Colquitt as part of their ’Make Happy’ campaign.
“The proposal was kinda perfect to be honest,” Evan Dorsey said. “Nothing about this arrangement was normal by anyone’s standards and when it came down to it and the clock hit zero, they didn’t actually have a ring due to the fact they didn’t know if the Chiefs would win. So, they actually made a little fun out of it and used a cupcake football ring in the proposal.”
Stone Cold Jones will be signing autographs at the Oak Park Sprint Store in Overland Park, Kansas, on 95th Street from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.
On Friday, the XFL had its first big trade. According to Jake Russell of the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Wildcats are sending linebacker and defensive captain Anthony Johnson to the DC Defenders for cornerback Bradley Sylve.
We had no idea what to expect from Week 1 of the 2020 XFL season. But now that we have our first weekend of results to give us a better idea of personnel and coaching throughout the eight-team league, Week 2 is a fine time to cross over from our typical NFL picks and predictions against the spread.