Chiefs news for 25 March 2020
Now that we’ve passed the first wave of free agency, our friends over at Draft Wire have released a new mock draft. This mock draft only covers three rounds and includes several trades.
As the Kansas City Chiefs retool for another run at the Super Bowl, they are likely planning on jettisoning some of their key players. The player talked about most as one who could be on the move is Chris Jones. But wide receiver Sammy Watkins has had a lot of buzz around him since the Super Bowl.
Kansas City Chiefs general manager Brett Veach has earned plenty of credibility, or at least he deserves it, from Chiefs Kingdom as he navigates what is by far his most challenging offseason as a young exec.
It’s draft season! We’re just about 5 weeks out from the draft (at this present moment), and I’m getting into watching some prospects’ film. We’re starting with some cornerbacks, and one I feel really high about is Bryce Hall.
The Kansas City Chiefs were the lucky team that got to face the New England Patriots during their banner ceremony after winning Super Bowl LI. Nobody gave the Chiefs much of a chance because Foxboro is the toughest place in the NFL to get a win. As it turns out, the Chiefs came prepared for this one.
After posting a historic season, scoring more fantasy points in a single year than anyone in history, Patrick Mahomes skyrocketed in ADP and was the first quarterback taken off the board in 2019
Seeing Brady in a Bucs uniform will be weird, but in a way, it’s fitting. Brady, much like his idol growing up, Joe Montana, will finish his career not with the franchise he helped lead to multiple Super Bowl, but looking like a stranger in a different country, the same way Montana did with the Kansas City Chiefs.
We’re back for the first time in seven weeks, checking in on teams after the first wave of free agency. We’ll run this back again after the draft. Need more of an NFL fix during these uncertain times? Check out the Around The NFL Podcast, hosted by yours truly, which is coming at you five days a week during this profoundly weird time in human history.
Dravon Askew-Henry got the call on Tuesday while “staying snuggled in the house” with three-month-old son, Drako, and family, in his hometown of Aliquippa, Pa., waiting out the coronavirus crisis: