Chiefs news for July 30, 2022
Good morning AG!
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Today In Chiefs History , Big Bobby Bell Became The First Chief To Be Inducted Into The Hall Of Fame In 1983.
Patrick Mahomes thinks Chiefs rookie WR Skyy Moore can be a big part of the offense | chiefswire
“He’s a tough player,” Patrick Mahomes told reporters after Friday’s practice. “He’s smaller as far as height, but he’s thicker as a receiver. I think you can see that he’s making a lot of tough contested catches over the middle. He’s thinking a lot because he’s a rookie getting thrown into the offense and we’re not holding back at all. You can tell, when he knows what he’s doing, he runs some great routes and has great releases. I think he can be a big part of our offense moving forward.”
Andy Reid explains what Carlos Dunlap brings to the Chiefs | usatoday
“He’s very smart,” Reid said of Dunlap. “He’s been around. Obviously, he’s seen a lot. He kind of knows what he’s looking for — he visited a couple of teams. He liked what he saw and we liked what we saw, so we signed him up.”
“His role will be — he’ll work into the mix at the defensive end position,” Reid said. “It’s a nice addition. Obviously, he’s been doing this for a while and he can still roll. We look forward to getting him into the mix there and getting him going.”
Best highlights from Day 3 of Chiefs training camp | chiefswire
Below you’ll find some of the top highlights from practice sourced from various reporters, fans and our friends at KC Sports Network:
The team continues to ramp up their workload and pace as they inch closer toward their first padded training camp practice scheduled for Monday, August 1. The practice install period lasted a little longer as they continue to delve into the playbook on both sides of the ball. There was also a bit more work during 7-on-7 drills and 11-on-11 drills than there was in the previous two days of practice. The second team noticeably had more reps and opportunities to stand out in practice.
4 takeaways from Day 3 of Chiefs training camp | usatoday
The third day of Kansas City Chiefs training camp is officially in the books. The weather was perfect at Missouri Western State University, paving the way for a very successful practice as the team continues its contact integration period.
Today’s practice featured some big plays from both the offensive and defensive sides of the ball during 7-on-7 and 11-on-11 team drills. It wasn’t just the first team making all the big plays either, as the second team’s offense and defense had some flashes at times.
5 things to know about new Chiefs DE Carlos Dunlap | usatoday
Below you’ll find five things that Chiefs Kingdom should know about its newest player:
Dunlap is one of the best remaining free agent edge rushers out on the market and he joins Kansas City after spending 1.5 seasons with the Seattle Seahawks. He spent the previous decade chasing down quarterbacks in the AFC North with the Cincinnati Bengals.
3 things to know about new Chiefs DE Azur Kamara | chiefswire
Below is a quick look at three things the Chiefs Kingdom should know about their newest player:
The Kansas City Chiefs recently added former Cowboys DE Azur Kamara to the 90-man offseason roster. Kamara played collegiately for two seasons at the University of Kansas, so plenty of Chiefs fans are already familiar with him. However, for all those who fall on the other side of the state line, Kamara might be entirely foreign.
The Chiefs’ Investment in Justin Reid Is Already Paying Dividends | si
When the Kansas City Chiefs signed former Houston Texans safety Justin Reid to a three-year contract worth $31.5 million, there were serious questions about whether Reid’s play would live up to the value of the deal. Those questions still remain in regards to his on-field performance during the regular season and playoffs, but Reid is saying and doing all the right things to leave a great first impression right now.
“There’s something to be said about a fresh start,” Reid said. “This is a new-look defense, you could say. We have a lot of new faces and a lot of guys who are gritty and have been hungry for the opportunity to prove their worth and show who they are as players. We want to be an attitude defense. We want to come out and set the tempo, we want to be physical, we want to be dominant. When it comes to the end of the game and we have a lead, we want to be the ones to finish it and not have to rely on the offense to go out and do anything. That’s the attitude that we’re building and that’s the attitude that we’re going to continue with the whole season.”
Must See: Chiefs rookie Skyy Moore’s impressive diving catch nfl.com
Have A Great Weekend AG!