Chiefs news for Sept 9, 2022
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Today in Chiefs history, we are confused. Our records show that Deron Cherry got 4 interceptions playing the Saints in 1985, however my Google Machine says it was against Seattle and on Sept 29th. Unfortunately, that was so long ago there is no living person who may remember to ask. So instead, let’s move onto things we know for sure happened today. Mao died, Elvis first appeared on Ed Sullivan, and Pete Sampras defeated Andre Agassi at the U.S. Open to capture his first of 14 Grand Slam singles titles.
Now, more stuff we are sure of
Week 1 Injury Report | Chiefs vs. Cardinals | Chiefs.com
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Patrick Mahomes: Every week a different guy will have a big game | PFT
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes had a message for fantasy football players on Wednesday and it’s one that he likely won’t mind if opposing defensive coordinators pay it some attention as well.
The harmony of Patrick Mahomes, Andy Reid, KC Chiefs was tested, even if we missed it | KCStar via Yahoo
It’s the riddle of an elite NFL quarterback, the most coveted commodity in all of sports. So coveted, in fact, that a team might just hand out the largest guaranteed contract in league history to a quarterback accused of something utterly repulsive.
‘The reverse way’: How KC Chiefs’ GM devised his next moves after trading Tyreek Hill | KCStar via Yahoo
Once the Chiefs traded superstar receiver Tyreek Hill in March, general manager Brett Veach was at a crossroads. The league-shaking move not only returned draft picks to KC but also opened up salary cap money. And suddenly, Veach had a wide range of options for rebuilding the offense around superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Chiefs Rookie Could Become Immediate ‘Impact Player,’ Says Analyst | Heavy.com
The Kansas City Chiefs are generally one of the more exciting teams to watch because of Patrick Mahomes and their offense but in 2022, they almost feel more interesting than ever before.
Chiefs LB Nick Bolton has earned trust of teammates, coaches as defensive signal-caller | Chiefswire
For the first time since 2018, the Kansas City Chiefs will open the season with a new linebacker slated to wear the green dot and relay defensive play calls.
Juju Smith-Schuster Has Plenty to Prove in First Year With Chiefs | SI.com
Smith-Schuster is on a mission to prove himself right and others wrong during the 2022 season.
CHIEFS’ NEW WIDE RECEIVERS HAVE EXPERIENCE WITH ELITE QBS | FoxSports
Ever since Marquez Valdes-Scantling signed a free-agent deal with the Chiefs this past offseason, the veteran wide receiver has had people asking him what he’s doing right in life to earn such good fortune at quarterback.
Mike Florio: Tom Brady targeting one more Super Bowl | Kansas City Chiefs being overlooked | Skynews
Mike Florio believes that Tom Brady wants one more Super Bowl before retiring and also thinks the Kansas City Chiefs are being overlooked ahead of the new season.
Five rookies in key roles and a devastating schedule: Why the Chiefs’ defense can’t start slow yet again | ESPN
If it feels like 2019 all over to Steve Spagnuolo, there’s a good reason for that. The Kansas City Chiefs overhauled their defense again, much like they did three years ago, right after Spagnuolo joined the Chiefs as their defensive coordinator.
PETER SCHRAGER’S CHEAT SHEET: CHIEFS, PACKERS FACE OFFENSIVE CHANGES | Foxsports
As for the Cheat Sheet, here’s what it is: five thoughts, insights, some reporting, some analysis. It’s something to read while you’re on your phone on your morning commute or awaiting more “Don’t Worry Darling” photos to pop up on your screen.
Chiefs Release Ex-Raider & Preseason Standout | Heavy.com
Kansas City waived tight end Matt Bushman from injured reserve with an injury settlement, according to the NFL’s transaction wire.
KC Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce star in fun commercial for Hy-Vee | KCStar via Yahoo
For the most part, television commercials can be quite annoying, but there is one that began playing recently that Chiefs fans are going to love.
Chiefs Defensive End Frank Clark pleads no contest for gun arrest in South LA | CBSnews (pause adblocker)
Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark plead no contest to a pair of misdemeanor chargers resulting from a June 2021 arrest in South Los Angeles for possession of a concealed firearm.