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Chiefs news for May 25, 2023
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Good morning, AG!
Today in Chiefs’ history, we have a null set. Hopefully, something will come to our attention, but since it’s always the offseason today, I’m not expecting it
Elsewhere, in 2020, George Floyd was killed during an arrest in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and all hell breaks loose.
1977: Star Wars was released. I saw it at the State theater in Falls Church, Va after standing in line for 8 hours, and it remains the only one of the 147 Star Wars movies that I have seen.
1969: Midnight Cowboy was released. Good song.
1961: John F. Kennedy commits the US to putting a man on the moon. Because it was hard.
1935: Babe Ruth hit the 714th and last home run of his career
1895: The trial of acclaimed Irish writer Oscar Wilde ended with him being found guilty of “committing acts of gross indecency with certain male persons”
1878: Entertainer Bill (“Bojangles”) Robinson, best known for his dancing roles with Shirley Temple in films of the 1930s, was born in Richmond, Virginia.
And to close today, in 1787, the Constitutional Convention opened in Philadelphia, where 55 state delegates, initially charged with amending the Articles of Confederation, later drafted the Constitution of the United States.
And now for some probably unconstitutional news…
Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes: Winning 2nd Super Bowl Took ‘A Lot of Pressure Off of Me’ | Bleacher Report
Winning a second Super Bowl title carried big legacy implications in the eyes of Kansas City Chiefs star Patrick Mahomes.
Chiefs’ Travis Kelce shares insight into the special bond he has with Patrick Mahomes | KC Star via Yahoo
“Obviously, you don’t develop these kinds of things without being in practice going full speed, every single rep in the offseason and training camps,” Kelce said. “Because those are all instincts that you build for in-game decisions.
Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes says he’s worried about legacy and winning rings more than money | Chiefswire
“…I’ve always said I worry about legacy and winning rings more than making money at this moment. I’ll never do anything that’s going to hurt us from keeping the great players around me….”
Nick Bolton believes Chiefs’ defense doesn’t get the credit it deserves | Chiefswire
A player that has shown considerable growth since being drafted in 2021 is linebacker Nick Bolton, who is seeking a chance to take his game to the next level.
‘Where does it stop?’: Chiefs coach Andy Reid skeptical of new kickoff rule| kshb
Don’t count Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid as a fan of a new rule the NFL is implementing.
Injury, absence updates from Chiefs OTAs on Wednesday | Chiefswire
…TE Jody Fortson, DT Chris Jones, RB Jerick McKinnon, DT Derrick Nnadi, RB Isiah Pacheco and DT Turk Wharton weren’t spotted at practice on Wednesday. Keep in mind that OTAs are voluntary and players are not required to attend, but a few of these absences are notable.
NFL Rumors: A New Wide Receiver Trade Target Emerges | LWOS
“Justyn Ross is a 6′-4″ item of intrigue, but Kansas City rests in a unique spot. Player development is king, but trading for a plug-and-play star – maybe Tampa’s Mike Evans or this column’s oft-mentioned DeAndre Hopkins – would keep the Mahomes Machine a step ahead of the Bengals and Bills.”
Chiefs Connected to WR Trade With ‘Tantalizing Potential’ | Heavy
During a May 22 article with Clutch Points, NFL writer Enzo Flojo had the perfect suggestion, proposing that the Chiefs trade for disgruntled New York Jets second-round selection Denzel Mims — who requested a trade last August.
Scenes from Week 1 of Chiefs OTAs | Chiefswire
Photo and video privileges are limited during OTAs, but the Kansas City Chiefs do provide a look through their own lens. They’ve shared several images and videos on social media, giving a glimpse into the practices that help set the foundation for the upcoming season
GEHA, Hunt Family Foundation donate to provide swimming lessons in memory of Chiefs RB Joe Delaney | Chiefswire
GEHA and The Hunt Family Foundation announced this week that they will jointly fund swimming lessons for children in Haughton, Louisiana — the hometown of Kansas City Chiefs RB Joe Delaney.
Is there something supposed to be there? If not, I agree completely!
I didn’t know Andy Kaufman was from Indiana
You can’t see the YouTube clip?
its completely blank
but it must be important cause you pinned it!
Well, I pinned it because it relates directly to the the news for today, but I’ll repost it here. Can you see it now? I see the other one and at least two other people can.
Long version, posted above:
I see that
Have a fine day, gents and starry’s!
So I heard that now that the Broncos cut McManus, no one remains from the last time they beat the Chiefs
Uh oh, Someone is not gonna be happy… 😉
Why would anyone be unhappy with that picture?
For a week or so there was a saturation (shall we say) of Gracie Hunt posts, so I can understand his consternation due to that oversaturation. I was in a bit of a rush this morning and so didn’t have time to do as deep a dive as I normally do when looking for SBLVII-related Chiefs photos that will render correctly.
I hope that PAM can forgive said haste.
You’re forgiven my son!!! 😉
“Mmm… Good coffee!” – Joe DiMaggio
Well THAT Coffee is Perkin’ her up ! … ; )