Chiefs news for September 15, 2022
Good morning, AG!
Today in Chiefs history, in 1977, Denny Thum resigned as GM of the Chiefs, and Donnell Bennett was born in 1972.
What do you say we have a look at the news while the Chiefs prepare to make some good news tonight?
Here’s what Chiefs’ coaches said about rookie CB Jaylen Watson’s performance in Week 1 | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs haven’t been afraid to rely on their rookies this season. In Week 1, two defensive rookies earned the start and each of the team’s nine rookies on the 53-man roster got snaps.
Chiefs K Harrison Butker restructures contract to free up cap space | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs had very little salary cap space entering Week 1 of the 2022 NFL season.
Final injury report for Chiefs vs. Chargers, Week 2 | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers released their third and final injury reports of the week on Wednesday. You can find the injury reports from earlier this week here: Monday — Tuesday.
Referee John Hussey’s crew assigned to work Chiefs-Chargers game | Chiefswire
8-year veteran NFL referee John Hussey and his crew have been assigned as the officials for the Kansas City Chiefs’ game on “Thursday Night Football” against the Los Angeles Chargers according to Football Zebras.
Why the Chiefs’ new offensive wrinkles could spell trouble for the Chargers | USA Today
When the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Chargers face off on Thursday night to start Week 2 of the 2022 regular season, everybody will be talking about Patrick Mahomes and Justin Herbert. And with good reason — Mahomes just demolished the Cardinals in Week 1, and the Raiders didn’t have too many answers for Herbert, either. But there are other matchups within the matchups, and things you see on tape as you go along.
How the Chiefs should gameplan for Week 2 vs. Chargers | Chiefswire
After a successful opening week versus the Arizona Cardinals, the Kansas City Chiefs will host the Los Angeles Chargers in their home opener on “Thursday Night Football.”
Chiefs Need to Trust Their Defensive Line in Week 2 | SI
Chris Jones played at an elite level against the Cardinals. Jones recorded three pressures, batted a ball down at the line of scrimmage and forced a fumble… all in the first half. He was the most dominant player on the field in that half and single-handedly wrecked the Cardinals’ interior offensive line. He was beating linemen by using a plethora of moves — dipping his shoulder, using his quickness and sometimes even bull-rushing them. No. 95 was truly “in his bag” on Sunday.
Reviewing Chiefs’ special teams unit performance in Week 1 | Chiefswire
Special teams are often overlooked, but it’s still football’s third phase, and it’s still a crucial part of the game.