Chiefs news for 18 February 2020
The Kansas City Chiefs will have a lot of tricky roster decisions coming up over the next few weeks. As we approach the new league year in March, the 2020 90-man roster will begin to take shape. Brett Veach and the Kansas City front office will have the opportunity to bring a few players back without breaking the bank. Some of those players were contributors in the Super Bowl LIV run, while others had their seasons ended too soon. Here’s a look at four players the Chiefs can bring back inexpensively.
The line play in the second half of the season also contributed to a defensive turnaround in the second half, as the Chiefs clamped down against the run and limited opponents to 17 points or less in five of their final six games.
A total of 18,000 bottles will be available starting Thursday, February 20 and Friday, February 21 at all stores carry Shatto products. The bottles will be available a day early at the dairy’s farm store in Osborn, and home delivery customers will also be able to pre-order bottles while supplies last.
CU athletic director Rick George sent word Sunday to 9NEWS through sports information director David Plati that “no offer has been made. There is no leader in the clubhouse. We’re still in the process of reaching candidates.”
Doni Morales lost his ball last Wednesday while he and his father, Kike Morales, celebrated with the crowd during the Kansas City Chiefs victory parade.
Kittle and Kelce’s unique combination of size, speed and catching ability make them two of the most dynamic offensive weapons in football, and they showed the NFL that a skilled tight end can take an offense to the next level. There are a couple of big names hitting the open market this offseason, and it will be interesting to see how much money Austin Hooper can get from the Atlanta Falcons — or someone else, and if Hunter Henry can finally stay healthy and reach his full potential, and which team will take a chance on a veteran like Greg Olsen.
Franchises should never build through free agency, but a well-placed veteran can make a significant impact. For example, Tyrann Mathieu’s addition to the Kansas City Chiefs lineup helped create a Super Bowl-caliber defense.
Two weeks are down in the XFL’s 10-week 2020 season, and we’ve already got plenty of storylines to discuss, from the DC Defenders’ dominant opening behind former Ohio State star Cardale Jones to the Los Angeles Wildcats’ notable defensive breakdowns.