Morning Huddle – RED Friday (don’t eat meat!)

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Good morning Chiefs Kingdom! Grab yourself a cup o’ Joe and get in the Huddle!

Chiefs news for March 29, 2023

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Good morning, AG!

Today in Chiefs’ history, in 1988 Todd Blackledge (QB-ish, 1983-87) was traded to the Steelers and a great wrong was ended

Elsewhere, in 1999, Wayne Gretzky, considered by many to be the greatest player in NHL history, scored the final goal of his career. Not even once was he compared to Todd Blackledge

1974: Farmers drilling a well near Xi’an, China, found a subterranean chamber that led to the discovery of the terra-cotta army, 8,000 life-size terra-cotta soldiers and horses in the tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang along with the career of Todd Blackledge

1973: American troops evacuated Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) as the United States ended its involvement in the Vietnam War

1961: The Twenty-third Amendment was certified, allowing residents of Washington, D.C., to vote in presidential elections

1951: Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were found guilty of espionage and sentenced to death for turning over U.S. military secrets to the Soviet Union

Also in 1951: The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The King and I debuted on Broadway; a classic of the stage et cetera, et cetera, et cetera

1918: Sam Walton, one of the wealthiest individuals in American history and the founder of Walmart, was born. He was delivered by a Dr who looked a lot like Todd Blackledge, wearing a blue vest with a smiley face on the back

1917: Man O’ War, perhaps the most famous American Thoroughbred in 20th-century horse racing, was foaled, which, for you non-horse folks, means borned

1867: Cy Young was born. Todd Blackledge was also never compared to Cy Young

1790: John Tyler, the 10th president of the United States (1841–45), was born, not foaled

And finally, in 1461: Edward IV defeated Henry VI for the throne of England in the bloodiest battle of the York-Lancaster conflict known as the Wars of the Roses. The movie of the same name had nothing to do with this, and was almost as bloody

This also has nothing to do with the War of the Roses, but I like the song. Also, to be fair to Todd, the coaches he had would have ruined Dan Marino, if we had taken him

The news…and apparently we ignorant Americans have no idea what a gift we just got in Louie

Why the Kansas City Chiefs are interested in Louis Rees-Zammit | Sky Sports

NFL journalist Jordan Schultz explains why reigning Super Bowl Champions Kansas City Chiefs are linked with signing former rugby union star Louis Rees-Zammit.

Why Kansas City Chiefs are the perfect fit for Louis Rees-Zammit on and off the field | The Telegraph via Yahoo

To describe the Kansas City Chiefs as the perfect landing spot for Louis Rees-Zammit is no overstatement.

Twitter reacts to Chiefs signing unique international rugby star Louis Rees-Zammit | Chiefswire

The Kansas City Chiefs may have found their next diamond in the rough this week after signing Welsh rugby star Louis Rees-Zammit via the NFL’s International Player Pathway program

Chiefs Are ‘Best Landing Spot’ for Former 1st-Round Pick Worth $19.8 Million | Heavy

Though the team can address left tackle via the draft, PFF’s Brad Spielberger thinks Kansas City is the best landing spot for veteran free agent OT Andre Dillard.

Why Nick is not thrilled nor devasted by the Chiefs-L’Jarius Sneed trade | What’s Wright?

Despite the Chiefs losing another player, Nick Wright is not “devastated” over the move. Watch as he explains why he is not thrilled over the trade but also unworried about his Chiefs this season

Chiefs are “cautiously optimistic” April 2 vote to extend sales tax will prevail | PFT

In five days, the Chiefs (and Royals) will find out whether the voting-age taxpayers of Jackson County, Missouri, are willing to contribute millions in public money for stadium projects.

2024 NFL Draft Positional Spotlight: Wide Receiver |

Here’s a look at some of the wide receivers in this year’s draft class

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03/29/2024 1:33 pm

The NFL announced full workout schedules for each team from Day 1 through the mandatory minicamp. Check out the schedule for Kansas City

   First Day: April 15.

   Organized Team Activities Group 1: May 20-22.

   Organized Team Activities Group 2: May 28-May 30.

   Organized Team Activities Group 3: June 4-7.

   Mandatory Minicamp: June 11-13.

03/29/2024 12:04 pm
Wichita Chief
03/29/2024 11:56 am



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03/29/2024 8:54 am

It you didn’t eat your meat, you can’t have any pudding! How can you have any pudding if don’t eat your meat?!

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Reply to  NovaChiefs
03/29/2024 11:12 am

I’ll eat meat and damn well love it …

don’t eat meat? there’s something fishy about that

I don’t “do” good Friday … there are advantages to being a heathen

Reply to  upamtn
03/29/2024 11:15 am

And you seem to be good at it.

Reply to  hoosierchief
03/29/2024 11:16 am

years of experience

Reply to  NovaChiefs
03/29/2024 1:17 pm

Heck, I like frying fish anyways, so its okay with me. One of the few times in a year my wife is okay with me doing it.

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Reply to  hoosierchief
03/29/2024 3:59 pm

As long as you don’t reheat it in the microwave

Reply to  NovaChiefs
03/29/2024 11:55 am

So you’re not going to eat your pudding? Can Ups and I split it?

Reply to  Snafu
03/29/2024 12:03 pm

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm … chocolate?

Reply to  upamtn
03/29/2024 2:00 pm


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Reply to  Snafu
03/29/2024 11:42 am

Oh! Is that how it goes??!! I thought he was saying “beat your meat”! That make more sense I guess.

03/29/2024 8:34 am

Would this be a Good Red Friday?

03/29/2024 8:24 am

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( Oh … And ” Suck It ” Todd ! … ; )

03/29/2024 8:22 am

Nice job, Nova, pulling in a historical event for the day from 1461. If anyone’s interested, they can read 3 long Shakespeare plays on Henry VI.

03/29/2024 7:38 am

Those who didn’t witness it, may think you’re piling on. But Blackledge definitely lived up to your scorn. I remember Makovic talking about the pick. It seemed like all he could do was say he was a boy scout and all around good guy. I was thinking “scew that”! Give me an asshole like Kelly or Marino. At least those years brought DT to town.

Reply to  NovaChiefs
03/29/2024 1:13 pm

Lots of nice tosses in there.

Reply to  MasterChief
03/29/2024 1:37 pm

he DID have Henry Marshall to throw to … and Stephone Paige

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Reply to  upamtn
03/29/2024 1:46 pm

and eventually Carlos Carson … but by then Bill Kenny was starting

poor Todd … atrocious stats (completion % never got over 50)

Reply to  upamtn
03/29/2024 1:52 pm

Oof! That’s rough.

I was a kid during this time and not interested in football yet. Looking at that highlight reel, he’s a big dude with a strong arm. Too bad his accuracy and, I imagine decision making, were not good.

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