Chiefs news for June 11, 2021
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Kansas City Chiefs guard Kyle Long suffers leg injury | 247sports
Kansas City Chiefs guard Kyle Long suffered a leg injury that could keep him out of training camp. After initial concern it could be a serious injury, Long underwent tests and the hope now is he could be back right before the start of the regular season, according to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero,
Kansas City Chiefs’ Charvarius Ward signs restricted free-agent tender, report says | kansas.com
Chiefs cornerback Charvarius Ward is officially under contract for the upcoming regular season.
The Best-Case Scenario for the Chiefs’ Offensive Line Could Be Magnificent | si.com
Picture this: Orlando Brown Jr. plays as advertised during the 2021 season and gets his large extension next offseason. First-year players Creed Humphrey and Lucas Niang earn starting spots on the offensive line and play well as rookies. Trey Smith progresses nicely behind the scenes and earns the starting right guard spot for the 2022 season after a redshirt year
Shanahan, 49ers keeping ‘fingers crossed’ for Ford’s return | nbcsports
“He made a lot of progress in the months that he was rehabbing here,” 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said. “We knew we weren’t going to put him through OTAs because we don’t want his back to act up.
Kansas City Chiefs Preseason Schedule Announced | si.com
The Kansas City Chiefs’ preseason schedule has been announced as the NFL moves to a three-game preseason slate as the 2021 season will be the league’s first 17-game regular-season campaign.