Chiefs news for July 23, 2021
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Kansas City Chiefs Megastar Patrick Mahomes Discusses Hectic Offseason, New Ad Campaign | Forbes
In his five weeks off since the end of minicamp and the beginning of training camp this weekend, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has vacationed in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico; Scottsdale, Ariz.; Lake Tahoe, Nev. and Texas
“But,” Mahomes said, “I’m usually working pretty much the whole time.”
WATCH: Chiefs LB Willie Gay Jr. mic’d up during offseason workouts | usatoday
The second-year linebacker got back on the microphone once again, this time during the course of the Chiefs’ offseason workouts. You get to see plenty of good work from Gay during the video, which is important given the fact this is his first true offseason due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But as usual, Gay is also out there having plenty of fun and bringing the energy.
NFL takes step toward mandated vaccinations with threat of game forfeiture in 2021 | usatoday
The NFL is putting its foot down when it comes to COVID-19 outbreaks during the 2021 season.
Over a dozen games were rescheduled due to the virus during the 2020 NFL season and now the NFL is pushing to ensure there are no cancellations and few rescheduled games in 2021. The league sent out a memo on Thursday, which was in part shared by NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero. The memo details new rules as it relates to rescheduled and canceled games during the upcoming season.
Kansas City Chiefs: Can they rewrite the wrongs of 2020 and win Super Bowl LVI? | sportinglife
A strong performance led by Tom Brady saw the Tampa Bay Buccaneers lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy in their home stadium and the Chiefs – who headed into the game as the much more fancied side of the two – were left questioning what went wrong.
Here’s why Chiefs GM Brett Veach’s job gets harder next year |kshb
No NFL team has won a Super Bowl with a starting quarterback eating up more than 13.1% of the salary cap since the NFL instituted the rule in 1994.
San Francisco QB Steve Young’s cap hit was 13.1% of the 49ers’ salary-cap space that season, which remains the record.