Chiefs news for Sept 19, 2022
Good morning, AG!
Today in Chiefs history, Daniel Kilgore was born in 1987. Here’s what wikipedia says about his time with the Chiefs: On August 27, 2020, Kilgore signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. He was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list by the team on February 1, 2021. On February 6, 2021, Kilgore was activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list.Kilgore announced his retirement on July 25, 2021. Luckily, other stuff happened in the world, and none was more important than the first episode of the sitcom The Mary Tyler Moore Show aired on American television.
Let’s see if anything happened we’ll care about next year…
I’m not above a little schadenfreude
Go ahead, indulge yourself. Watch and laugh.
Added bonus! This was the largest blown lead in raider history. It just gets better.
Ex-Chiefs Starter Calls out Position Group: ‘It’s Frustrating’ | Heavy
The Kansas City Chiefs are 2-0 but they didn’t play the cleanest of games against the division-rival Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday Night Football.
Chiefs DE Frank Clark Resolves Criminal Charges | Pro Football Rumors
2021 was a difficult year for Chiefs DE Frank Clark from a legal perspective. In March 2021, the three-time Pro Bowler was arrested for possession of a concealed firearm, and in June 2021, he was arrested again when police officers conducted a traffic stop and noticed an Uzi in an open bag in Clark’s vehicle. Earlier this month, it was reported that Clark has resolved those charges.
Colts shut out by Jaguars ahead of Week 3 tilt with Chiefs | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs’ Week 3 opponent didn’t have a great performance on Sunday.
Colts dealing with key injuries a week prior to match with Chiefs | Chiefswire
(For Sunday) the Colts already ruled out star LB Shaquille (Darius) Leonard (back), rookie WR Alec Pierce (concussion) and WR Michael Pittman Jr. (quad). There are also two questionable players in DT Deforest Buckner and CB Kenny Moore II.
“I been waiting on it, coach!” | The Franchise Episode 4 Trailer Presented by GEHA
Making waiting for Thursday worth it
Chargers still complaining about the INT that wasn’t
Refs’ ruling in Bucs-Saints proves NFL screwed Chargers on TNF vs Chiefs | BoltBeat
The LA Chargers fell short against the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday Night Football in a game where the Chargers looked like the better team for 80% of the 60 minutes.