Morning Huddle – RED Friday, Off Season style

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

Chiefs news for Mar 3, 2023

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Good morning, AG!

We are (thank you Starry for the inspiration!) 188 days until the Chiefs open the season for the NFL. Again.

Today in Chiefs history, Eric Warfield was born 1976. As is fitting for the off season, that’s it.

Elsewhere, in 2018, English neurologist Roger Bannister, the first athlete to run a mile in less than four minutes, died at age 88

2005: Steve Fossett became the first person to complete a solo nonstop circumnavigation of the globe without refueling when he landed in Kansas after more than 67 hours in flight.

1934: bank robber John Dillinger made a daring escape from prison at Crown Point, Indiana.

1931: The Star-Spangled Banner, written by Francis Scott Key during the War of 1812, was officially adopted as the national anthem of the United States by act of Congress.

1911: Jean Harlow, who was considered the original “Blonde Bombshell,” was born.

1847: Scottish-born American inventor and scientist Alexander Graham Bell, whose foremost accomplishments were the invention of the telephone (1876) and the refinement of the phonograph (1886), was born in Edinburgh

But wait! There’s a full slate of news that’s both new and Chiefs related, so let’s go!

The Chiefs’ difficult decisions began last offseason. But plenty more await now | KCStar via Yahoo

Chiefs general manager Brett Veach sat inside Exhibit Hall A at the Indianapolis Convention Center, the same room in which one year earlier he would be on the verge of making a franchise-shifting move.

The Chiefs are Super Bowl champs, but players delivered ownership a message: Pony up | KC Star via Yahoo

The Chiefs are less than three weeks removed from celebrating a second title in four years, but you didn’t think that would make them immune to a little drama, right? The most intriguing kind, too: self-inflicted.

Chiefs Could Pair Former 4th Overall Pick With Isiah Pacheco, Says Analyst | Heavy

“Isiah Pacheco played well last year, but the Kansas City Chiefs could use a more proven commodity for the backfield,” Latham wrote on March 1. “It’s no secret that the team is looking for a free agent that is better between the tackles, and Leonard Fournette has a three-down skillset tailor-made for this offense. Andy Reid prefers to use a workhorse running back, but he hasn’t had a player capable of handling that volume since the Kareem Hunt days. Fournette isn’t the player he used to be, but he can still make an impact as both a runner and a receiver.”

Washington State LB Daiyan Henley is ‘a little jealous’ of Chiefs DB Jaylen Watson | Chiefswire

Washington State linebacker Daiyan Henley finished first-team All-Pac-12 in his lone season as a Cougar. He spent his first four years with Nevada playing initially as a receiver and formerly as a quarterback.

Chiefs Start Contract Extension Talk With Star Offensive Lineman | Brobible

The Kansas City Chiefs have started contract extension talks with left tackle Orlando Brown, according to General Manager Brett Veach.

2023 NFL free agency: Chiefs could franchise tag Orlando Brown Jr., eye long-term deal with free agent tackle | CBS Sports

Chiefs GM Brett Veach: ‘It’s more beneficial for us to get something done long term’

Missouri DE Isaiah McGuire would be honored to join Chiefs LB Nick Bolton in Kansas City | Chiefswire

Missouri DE Isaiah McGuire played just a short distance from the Chiefs’ Arrowhead Stadium, getting a close view of the success his former Mizzou teammate had at the pro level. 

3 edge rushers to watch for Chiefs at 2023 NFL Scouting Combine | Chiefswire

The Kansas City Chiefs added a number of young contributors to the team via the draft just a season ago. Several of those players posted impressive performances at the combine. The team will look to follow up its standout 2022 draft class by adding even more instant-impact players in 2023.

Fayetteville native and Super Bowl champ Josh Williams gives back to hometown |

Fayetteville native and Kansas City Chiefs player Joshua Williams is giving back to his hometown by participating in National Read Across America day.

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03/03/2023 10:08 am

Fournette isn’t the player he used to be …

yeah, well, neither is RoJo

pass but thank ya ever so much

Reply to  upamtn
03/03/2023 10:09 am

oh, good MH Nova, thank ya (and I think you should DOUBLE your Volunteer Salary)

Reply to  NovaChiefs
03/03/2023 10:45 am

the income tax would kill ya.

Wichita Chief
03/03/2023 9:35 am



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Reply to  pompano
03/03/2023 9:06 am

Somebody say “Mississippi Queen”?

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Reply to  Warpath
03/03/2023 8:52 am

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Reply to  Nasrani
03/03/2023 10:35 am

Did she do something that earned her a kiss and photo of the Lombardi?

Reply to  zulu trader
03/03/2023 10:53 am

She’s Gracie Hunt, I think that alone qualifies.

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Reply to  Nasrani
03/03/2023 11:38 am

So, your telling me she was “born” and that qualifies her?

She’s an All-Star!

Reply to  zulu trader
03/03/2023 1:15 pm

well, her Daddy’s team had to like win the game first, so there’s that … but yeah: she was born

Reply to  upamtn
03/03/2023 2:40 pm

One day it will be her team. Same way clark and his siblings and cousins earned it.

Reply to  DenverDonkeyHater
03/03/2023 2:55 pm

I would hope that the team one day will go to someone who is more interested in it. Clark was hanging around his pops and working and learning constantly.

Gracie is wonderful and all but she seems to care more about being at the beach than running an NFL team.

Reply to  NovaChiefs
03/03/2023 8:57 am

And her surname is “Chamoun,” implying Middle Eastern (possibly Lebanese) origins, as “Chamoun” is the Levantine pronunciation of “شِمْعُون šamʿūn” or the Arabic equivalent of “Simeon.”

See also Hebrew “שִׁמְעוֹן‎ Šīmʾōn,” which is the equivalent of “Simeon” (or in some cases “Shimon”) and comes from the root word (which in Hebrew I believe is “שְׁמַע Šəmaʿ“) meaning “to hear”.

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Reply to  NovaChiefs
03/03/2023 9:17 am

Wikipedia found a slalom skier from Lebanon with the name “Jackie Chamoun” who appears to have never been in the US for any notable stretch of time nor competed in football (international or otherwise), so I don’t think it’s her either.

Might be the same person, as Jackie Chamoun would have been 19 in 2010.

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Reply to  NovaChiefs
03/03/2023 9:38 am

Likewise, but I wonder how much of that is the Chiefs fans’ collective blocking out of the 2008-2012 seasons… man, those were some rough years to be a Chiefs fan.

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Reply to  NovaChiefs
03/03/2023 5:15 pm

Who cares if she likes girls 😀

Reply to  NovaChiefs
03/03/2023 10:07 am

thank you, Jean Harlow

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