Chiefs news for April 2, 2021
Good Morning, AG! Today’s birthdays include Matt Herkenhoff in 1951, Sylvester Hicks in 1955 and Jon McGraw in 1979. Now for the news….
Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes: ‘I am trying to build a business empire’ | yahoo
Super Bowl champion and Kansas City Chiefs star quarterback Patrick Mahomes isn’t just focused on building an empire on the gridiron, he is looking to plant his flag outside of the sport as well.
Chiefs propose rules change to loosen NFL’s jersey number restrictions | usatoday
The Kansas City Chiefs have submitted a rules change proposal for NFL owners to consider in the hopes of loosening restrictions related to jersey numbers.
Chiefs get closer look at Florida OT Stone Forsythe at pro day | usatoday.com
Left tackle remains the most glaring need on the Kansas City Chiefs’ roster with the 2021 NFL draft a month away. Their interests have remained under wraps for the most part, but on Wednesday the team made an overture toward a prospect at the University of Florida pro day.
Bernard Pollard attempting NFL comeback, claims to have spoken with Chiefs |usatoday
Former Kansas City Chiefs safety Bernard Pollard, at 36 years old, is attempting an NFL comeback. A former second-round draft pick by the Chiefs in the 2006 NFL draft, Pollard played for Kansas City for three seasons. He was known for his physical and punishing brand of play. He also had the size of a linebacker at 6-2 and 225 pounds.
Report: Chiefs to sign former Saints FB Michael Burton | yahoo
According to Kansas City Star beat writer Herbie Teope, the Chiefs are signing former New Orleans Saints fullback Michael Burton on a one-year deal. Andy Reid’s team continues to be one of the few that still uses a fullback and they needed a replacement for recently-retired fullback Anthony Sherman.
Around the AFC West:
10 recent Raiders headlines that felt like April Fools pranks | yahoo
It’s April Fools Day. The day where every headline should get some side-eye. And if it’s the slightest bit shocking, dismissed outright. The Raiders have had a few shocking developments of late which, had the news come out today, no one would believe it. But they’re real. They really happened. Sometimes for inexplicable reasons, some for logical reasons.
Sister of Chargers’ Owner Asks Court to Force Sale of Franchise After Rise in Family Debt | si.com
Chargers co-owner Dea Spanos Berberian is headed to court in an attempt to force the team to be sold, according to the Los Angeles Times.