Chiefs news for March 11 2023
Good morning AG!
Today in Chiefs’ history,
We signed Jeremy Macklin in 2015
In other history; Japan struck by earthquake and tsunami in 2011
In 2004 Madrid suffered a series of terrorist attacks when 10 bombs, detonated by Islamist militants, exploded on four trains at three different rail stations, killing 191 people and injuring some 1,800 others.
And in 1942, During World War II, Allied forces in the Southwest Pacific Theatre came under the command of U.S. General Douglas MacArthur following his tour on the Bataan Peninsula in the Philippines.
and on to some news . . .
Chiefs Issue Statement on Passing of Franchise Hall of Famer | Heavy.com
Chiefs Kingdom suffered tragic news on March 10 as it was revealed that former 11-year wide receiver Otis Taylor has died at age 80 after a long bout with Parkinson’s disease and associated dementia. He passed on Thursday, March 9, according to the Associated Press.
Chiefs Express Interest in Potential No. 1 WR for Patrick Mahomes: Report | Heavy.com
The Kansas City Chiefs showed their interest in free agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. for the first time in 2023 on Friday, March 10. . .
Chiefs apply right-of-1st-refusal tender on restricted free-agent punter Tommy Townsend |Chiefs.com
The tender, which carries a one-year, $2.62 million contract, means the Chiefs can match an offer sheet Townsend might receive elsewhere.
Who Will the Chiefs Pick in Round 1? | 2023 Mock Draft Roundup 1.0 | Chiefs.com
Here’s a look at who some of the latest mock drafts from around the web have the Chiefs selecting with the No. 31 overall pick on April 27:
JuJu, Hardman, Thornhill: Chiefs have key free agents; what should they do with each? | Wichita Eagle
Three years ago, after ending a half-century Super Bowl drought, the Chiefs developed a motto for the ensuing offseason. Run it Back. You remember, right? Self-explanatory in nature, the expression rang mostly true.
1 free agent who can help fill Chiefs’ biggest offseason need | ClutchPoints.com
During his four seasons with the New York Giants, wide receiver Darius Slayton has developed into one of the NFL’s most underrated pass catchers.