Chiefs news for October 1, 2022
Good morning AG!
Today in Chiefs’ history: in 1995, in a game against the Arizona Cardinals, Steve Bono ran 76 yards for a touchdown, the longest scoring run by a quarterback in NFL history up to that time.
NFL to auction Chiefs-Buccaneers game-worn jerseys to benefit Hurricane Ian relief efforts | Chiefswire
If you’re in a position to contribute, you can wait until after the game and bid on a jersey. You can also visit www.redcross.org/nfl or text IAN to 90999 to make a $10 donation and help relief efforts now.
While RC doesn’t have the best rep regarding % of $ going to a cause, it at least brings attention.
Chiefs C Creed Humphrey says Colts loss is motivating factor in Week 4 preparation | Chiefswire
“Yeah, I think anytime that you lose a game like that, you’re ready to get that taste out of your mouth,” Humphrey explained.
The Chiefs’ Need for Sneed Should Lead to a Contract Extension | SI
Sneed has found his role in the Chiefs defense and is playing incredibly well, which could mean he’s looking at an extension next offseason.
Gameday Preview: Chiefs and Bucs Set to Clash in Super Bowl LV Rematch | SI
Neither Tampa Bay nor Kansas City is firing on all cylinders quite yet, but both teams remain legitimate Super Bowl contenders this season.
Tom Brady Sends Message After NFL’s Bucs-Chiefs Decision | Heavy
“Our neighbors support us endlessly, it’s time to return the favor,” Brady added.
Bucs Receive Updates on Julio Jones, Chris Godwin vs. Chiefs | Heavy
Tampa Bay also has injuries to receivers Russell Gage (hamstring) and Breshad Perriman (knee/hamstring). Gage practiced in limited capacity on Wednesday and Thursday, but Perriman hasn’t practiced all week.
3 Chiefs veterans who can turn the tide against Buccaneers in Week 4 | Chiefswire
Who are some of the veteran players who can help the most? We’ll take a look at three of those players for the Chiefs down below:
Here’s what the Chiefs are saying about the Buccaneers defense ahead of Week 4 | Chiefswire
For the offensive line, they’re paying no mind to the trash talk on the other side. Creed Humphrey has the utmost respect for the unique blend of talent and scheme that the Bucs have in their front seven. He’s looking forward to the challenge of matching up against them.