Chiefs news for July 25, 2022
Good morning AG!
Today in former Chiefs’ history: Emmanual Smith born in 1995.
An interesting NFL career:
Chiefs, NFL Community React to Passing of Franchise Hall of Famer | Heavy
RIP Jim Lynch, former Notre Dame All-America LB who became a Pro Bowler with KC Chiefs & starter on defense that won Super Bowl IV. Got to know Jim in my years covering the Chiefs in the 1970s. Class act on and off the field. He understood there was more to life than football.
— Rick Gosselin (@RickGosselin9) July 21, 2022
Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes speaks on improvements he made this offseason | Chiefswire
“I think with having the foot issues at the end of [the 2020 season], I kind of got some bad habits of falling off that foot, not planting it in the right spot and making the right throw,” Mahomes said.
Chiefs S Bryan Cook talks communication, working with Trent McDuffie | Chiefswire
“I think everything starts with relationships first… Everybody doesn’t reach the same way… So the better I know my teammates, the better I can help their situation so that, on a Sunday, we all can stay tight. So I think that’s the biggest thing, but things are definitely improving for us. I’m definitely excited for the future.”
Chiefs RB Isiah Pacheco ready to play any role needed this season | Chiefswire
“Nothing makes me different; just be the same guy, like I did before at #Rutgers…you know, be a team player, whatever coach wants me to do, I’m gonna do it.”#ChiefsKingdom@TheChiefsWire✍️https://t.co/IEDCblQxg8 pic.twitter.com/suxC0AszRl
Chiefs place 4 players on PUP list to start training camp | Chiefswire
Andy Reid suggested this was coming during his injury update at the onset of training camp arrivals on Friday. Each of CB Rashad Fenton (shoulder), OT Lucas Niang (knee), and WR Justyn Ross (foot) had surgery this offseason and won’t be healthy enough to participate at the start of training camp. OT Prince Tega Wanogho (leg) will also join them on the PUP list.
These are the 50 members of the Chiefs Hall of Fame | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs will induct the 51st member into their Hall of Fame this fall. In late April, the Chiefs announced that FB/HB Kimble Anders (1991-2000) would be the latest member of the team’s Ring of Honor. He’s set to be the 47th player inducted along with two coaches and two contributors.