Chiefs news for May 12, 2022 (put date)
Good morning, AG!
Today in Chiefs history, Crazy Joe Phillips was born in 1963. “Crazy?” you ask? Well…
“…what inquiring minds really want to know right now is what the heck happened to Phillips and what’s his state of affairs today? because at last blush – as Covitz so eloquently put it – “How does a man who stands 6 feet 5 inches and weighs 315 pounds disappear? “
Let’s do the news, hopefully without law enforcement involvement…
Former Kansas City Chiefs right tackle Mitchell Schwartz announces his retirement | KSHB.com
Former Kansas City Chiefs right tackle Mitchell Schwartz announced his retirement from the league on Thursday afternoon after nine seasons.
Chiefs LG Joe Thuney named fourth-best guard and fourth-best interior offensive lineman | Chiefswire
One year after signing Joe Thuney to a five-year, $80-million-dollar contract, the Kansas City Chiefs’ left guard is still regarded as one of the best interior offensive linemen in the league.
Why Chiefs’ Creed Humphrey is already one of the NFL’s best centers | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs spent a lot of resources revamping their offensive line last offseason and at the center of it all was a rookie in second-round pick, Creed Humphrey.
Chiefs’ Justin Reid shares insight on why Steve Spagnuolo’s defense is so complicated | KCStar
Reid talked about playing for defensive coordinator Steve Spagunolo, and why one-dimensional thinking won’t work.
Pre-Camp Breakdown: The Duo of Nick Bolton and Willie Gay Jr. Could Be Special | Chiefs.com
We’ll continue with linebacker, where the Chiefs currently feature eight players: Nick Bolton, Jermaine Carter, Leo Chenal, Jack Cochrane, Willie Gay Jr., Darius Harris, Elijah Lee and Mike Rose.
PATRICK MAHOMES TOPS QB PYRAMID; TOM BRADY LEFT OUT OF TOP 3 | Foxsports
On Wednesday, the host (Nick Wright) unleashed the top half of the list. The names he mentioned were hardly controversial, but the order in which they were ranked will undoubtedly ruffle some feathers.
Chiefs WR Skyy Moore shows hometown pride while hosting a basketball tournament | Chiefswire
(Moore) recently hosted a basketball tournament in his hometown, New Kensington offering a $3,500 cash prize to the winner and signed jerseys, footballs, and other items for fans in attendance.
Behind the Lens: Counting Down the Top 10 Photos from the 2021 Season – No. 2 | Chiefs.com
We’re exploring those moments along with commentary from Chiefs’ team photographer Steve Sanders, who has been on the job for more than a decade. Sanders hand-selected each of the 10 photos featured in this series as his personal favorites, picking a variety of images from the 2021 campaign.
Ranking the 5 Worst Backfields in the NFL Entering 2022 | BleacherReport
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The Chiefs are fortunate to have a passing game to lean on.
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Ranking the AFC West tight ends |Raiderswire
Kelce has been the best tight end in football over the past six seasons now and has shown no signs of slowing down.