Morning Huddle: “Be Water”

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In the morning Chiefs Kingdom! Grab yourself a cup o’ joe and get in the Huddle!

Chiefs news for 8 June 2020

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Tyrann Mathieu explains what Bruce Lee means to him ahead of ‘Be Water’ documentary premiere | ChiefsWire

“I think Bruce Lee — I feel like he always knew his opponents,” Mathieu told GQ Sports in September. “I think that’s the most critical thing to not only understand myself and my game but to understand who I was going against.”

The Kansas City Chiefs once gave a ridiculous contract to Rod Streater | Fansisded

Think of this: In today’s money, Streater would have been the 14th highest-paid player on the Chiefs roster at a cap hit of $4.8 million. Despite the fact that he’s not even a starting wideout, the Chiefs were ready to pony up as much cap space for a single year for Streater as three total players brought back this season on one-year deals: cornerback Bashaud Breeland ($3M), wideout Demarcus Robinson ($1M), and defensive lineman Mike Pennel ($800K). That’s bananas.

Kansas City Chiefs: What Tommy Townsend can provide in 2020 | KCKingdom

“I’ve always had a little bit of fire as a football player,” Townsend said. “Growing up I played running back and in high school I played corner and safety, so I’ve always been pretty aggressive. That’s one thing I have in my mind that I think is an advantage. I’m a little bit more aggressive than the typical punter.”

Is Patrick Mahomes the difference between the Chiefs and Ravens? | Fansided

These two young superstars represented change for both franchises, as well as signifying the next window of contention. However, with such similarities among the two and what they represent for both of their teams, is the difference between these AFC favorites under center? In short, the answer is yes.

Tua Tagovailoa might follow Patrick Mahomes’ route in the NFL | 247Sports

“When you think about the leap that some of these second-year quarterbacks have had, Mahomes comes to mind,” Nate Burleson said on Good Morning Football on Friday. “Alex Smith was the quarterback he sat behind his rookie season. He came in and lit up the league his second season. I think it’s going to be the same situation. Tua will learn from Fitzpatrick. Learn when to be aggressive and when to fall back. In his second season, we’ll see what Tua is going to do in the league.”

Kansas City Chiefs Kicker Harrison Butker Prepares For Next Season With a New Holder | AR

“There’s just so many small things that you have to perfect,” Butker said. “There are so many guys that can do my job, that can hold the ball but how well can you do it? Can you do it at an elite level? I think that’s what separates people and it’s focusing on the details and that’s one, being the leader, now that Dustin’s no longer here, unfortunately, I’m kind of the leader and I’m the one teaching them about the holding stuff.”

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06/08/2020 1:52 pm

From his comments to Bruce Lee, I wonder if the Landlord’s read The Art of War and/or The Book of Five Rings. Seems to be somewhat up his alley.

06/08/2020 9:06 am


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06/08/2020 9:33 am

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06/08/2020 8:28 am

World Champions?

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06/08/2020 2:42 pm


06/08/2020 5:51 am

Holy Shit guys. I just listened to the last podcast. I needed that. Thank You!

Reply to  63gump
06/08/2020 1:47 pm

It’s low-key and part-time, but we have some real talent developing down in the salt mines of AG, wouldn’t you agree? And then there’s me, but as the wise man once said, every silver lining has its touch of grey, so what can you do? Gotta have someone to sweep the floors and correct the homework, so that’s prolly the safest place to stash me, right? lol

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