Chiefs news for May 3, 2021
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2021 NFL Draft: Final quick-snap grades for all 32 teams | NFL.com
Since no one can see into the future, these 2021 NFL Draft quick-snap grades only partially reflect how I expect a player’s career to progress. These grades are, however, an evaluation of the process each team undertook to select the players they did. The grade also is an indication of whether I think a prospect’s selection is of appropriate value given his college film and athleticism.
Grading each of Chiefs’ 4 picks on Day 3 of 2021 NFL draft | usatoday
The Kansas City Chiefs made four of their six 2021 NFL draft selections on Day 3. Their picks ranged from pass-catchers to offensive linemen, but there was only a single defensive player drafted on Day 3.
Chiefs announce Tim Grunhard will be inducted into Ring of Honor in 2021 | usatoday
The Kansas City Chiefs have announced that former center Tim Grunhard will be inducted into the Chiefs’ Hall of Fame this season. He’ll become the 50th member of the Ring of Honor and the 46th player to be inducted.
Chiefs’ Ryan Poles compares Creed Humphrey to Titans C Ben Jones | usatoday
The best part about Day 3 of the NFL draft is when the Chiefs make front office members, from bigger executives to local area scouts, available to media. On Saturday, Chiefs assistant player personnel director Ryan Poles got a chance to speak about a few players selected by Kansas City throughout the 2021 NFL draft.
Chiefs WR Cornell Powell talks building chemistry with Patrick Mahomes | usatoday
The 2021 NFL draft was filled with plenty of surprise selections, but quarterback Trevor Lawrence was assumed to be the top overall pick for months. One of Lawrence’s top targets at Clemson this past season was wide receiver, Cornell Powell. He had to wait a little longer to be drafted, going 181st overall to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Kansas City Chiefs fourth-round draft pick Joshua Kaindoh was an athletic and versatile player with the Florida State Seminoles.
Patrick Mahomes Jokes About 40-Year-Old Michael Vick Being Faster Than Him | bleacher report