Chiefs news for 28 February 2020
The Chiefs could find themselves in the market to bolster their linebacker corps with Reggie Ragland and Darron Lee scheduled to become unrestricted free agents when the new league year begins on March 18.
Jones, 25, earned his first Pro Bowl berth last season and was a key piece in the Chiefs’ run to their first Super Bowl title in 50 years. The four-year veteran recorded 24 1/2 sacks in the last two years, and he further disrupted opposing offenses with his penchant for batting down passes, including two deflections in the Super Bowl victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
On March 17, the Kansas City Chiefs face a fairly inconsequential deadline as far as the casual fan is concerned. They must decide what to do about offensive lineman Cameron Erving’s team option.
NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero and Mike Garafolo discuss the Kansas City Chiefs’ options for WR Sammy Watkins.
Missouri defensive tackle Jordan Elliott left school early to pursue his NFL dream and has many possible suitors. The Kansas City Chiefs have emerged as an interested party as Elliott informed reporters on Wednesday morning.
If the last two seasons are any indication, a lot of the players that get formal meetings with Kansas City could end up on the roster. In the last two years, six players the Chiefs met with formally at the combine ended up drafted by the team, with three in 2018 and another three in 2019.
Chris Jericho tried to insult sidearm-throwing, MVP-holding, soul-stealing, reigning Super Bowl champion Patrick Mahomes at an All Elite Wrestling “Dynamite” show Wednesday in Kansas City, Mo.
“We knew that obviously they were gonna try to get the ball to [George] Kittle,” Chiefs defensive back Tyrann Mathieu said Thursday on Fs1’s “First Things First.” “But most importantly I felt that Deebo Samuel was their guy.”
The NY Jets are expected to explore the free-agent market this offseason when it comes to the offensive line position. One unheralded player who could reportedly be a target of the Jets is veteran Stefen Wisniewski.
The biggest deals usually come in the first few days of free agency. However, the biggest deals aren’t always the best. Sometimes unheralded signings prove to be the most impactful because they combine value with production.
34-year old Maurice Weston has always been a fan of the Kansas City Chiefs, so when his team won the Super Bowl earlier this month their was reason to celebrate.
We might’ve thought we knew who was for real after two weeks of XFL action, but then Week 3 came along and blasted our expectations into the ground. Fortunately, then, it’s already time for more football that will help us sort out the pecking order.
Three weeks into the XFL season and just one undefeated team remains. The Houston Roughnecks are the last team standing in that respect following the DC Defenders’ 30-point road loss to the Los Angeles Wildcats. Will Week 4 feature more surprises?