Morning Huddle – Monday:

 4 replies

Good morning Chiefs Kingdom! Grab yourself a cup o’ Joe and get in the Huddle!

Chiefs news for June 7, 2021

Jump to Tweets | Jump to comments

Good Morning AG. Hope you had a great weekend – time to start planning the next one!

Why the Kansas City Chiefs’ defense is putting so much focus on this one adjustment | kansas.com

https://www.kansas.com/sports/nfl/kansas-city-chiefs/article251904073.html

At the onset of the Chiefs’ offseason, as coaches began to look onward from a Super Bowl defeat, their first step was to look backward. To self-scout. To push aside roster construction for a moment and search for alternative avenues to improve.

Orlando Brown Jr. Is Already Receiving Rave Reviews From 1 of the Kansas City Chiefs’ Greatest Offensive Linemen: ‘What I See Here Is Potential, Potential, Potential’ | sportscasting.com

While your offensive linemen won’t be the most exciting unit on the football field, they’re an important part of any team’s success. The Kansas City Chiefs learned that the hard way in Super Bowl 55 and spent the early part of the offseason recruiting new bodyguards for Patrick Mahomes. General manager Brett Veach’s efforts culminated in a trade for Orlando Brown Jr., theoretically solidifying the left tackle position for years to come.

Chiefs Teasing New Role for Chris Jones on Defense | fandual

https://www.fanduel.com/theduel/posts/chiefs-teasing-new-role-chris-jones-defense-defensive-end-01f7exyea3q0

Being a professional athlete in a team sport means having the ability to adapt to different situations. Whether it’s adjusting to opposing matchups or learning to play a new position, versatility is always appreciated by any organization. Kansas City Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones will get a chance to show how versatile he can be in the 2021 NFL season.

New Chiefs Offensive Line ‘Working Their Tails Off’ During OTAs | si.com

https://www.si.com/nfl/chiefs/gm-report/new-chiefs-offensive-line-working-their-tails-off-during-otas

Over the last two weeks, the Kansas City Chiefs’ new-look offensive line has gotten their first set of snaps as a unit. So far, Andy Reid is happy with what he’s seen.

Jump to comments

Morning Bowl of (T)Weeties:

Arrowhead Guys Twitter:

Load More...

Local Chiefs Reporters:

Load More...

National Talking Heads:

Load More...

4.3 6 votes
Article Rating
Subscribe
Notify of
4 Comments
Newest
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
3rdnlong
06/07/2021 8:11 am

Buck O’Neill is awesome. That is all.

BleedingRedAndGold
06/07/2021 5:19 am

The Sportscasting article’s a very good read, but they missed a couple-few things. For one, they didn’t give OBJOL much credit for having been successful at LT last season, and for another, the fact that he wants to build a legacy as an LT. That means a long run with a highly successful team, and while that doesn’t guarantee he’ll stay, he isn’t likely to leave for a second-tier team because they waved a little extra cabbage at him. Mahomes wants a legacy too, and he’s already driven deep roots into KC. Y’all think that won’t have an effect of its own?

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
06/07/2021 5:40 am

And one more, just for fun. Ochocinos gotta Ochocinco, after all.

4
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x