Chiefs news for September 30, 2023
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Today in Chiefs’ history, in 2014, Chiefs fans reclaim the world record for loudest stadium with 142.2 Db against the Patriots.
Some other stuff may have happened. The opera The Magic Flute by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart premiered in Vienna.
In 1938, the Munich Agreement was signed. French physicist Jean Perrin, who received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1926 for his studies of the Brownian motion of minute particles, was born.
American novelist, short-story writer, and playwright Truman Capote, who was perhaps best known for the novel In Cold Blood (1965), was born.
American baseball player Babe Ruth became the first player to hit 60 home runs in a single season; his record stood until Roger Maris hit 61 in 1961.
American actor James Dean, who became a symbol of the confused, restless, and idealistic youth of the 1950s, died in an automobile crash as he drove to a car rally in Salinas, California.
Chiefs’ Chris Jones Issues Warning to Tyreek Hill Ahead of Germany Matchup | Heavy
When asked by Jason what would happen if Tyreek attempted to block him in the same way, Jones said in the September 29 episode, “Listen, Tyreek weigh a buck eighty — probably a buck forty. Honestly, Tyreek is just too small, man. I would f****ing pluck Tyreek and he will fall over bro. You better stick to catching the ball bro. I don’t think you wanna get in the trenches.”
Chris Jones, Kadarius Toney Ready to Play, Nick Bolton Out for Chiefs vs. Jets | Chiefs Digest
Jones and wide receiver Kadarius Toney were both limited in practice this week and carry no game-day designations. That means they are expected to play Sunday night. Jones played 16 snaps last week against Chicago after suffering a groin injury while a sprained toe held Toney to just two offensive snaps.
Chiefs: 2 bold predictions for Week 4 game vs. Jets | Cluth Points
The Chiefs-Jets game couldn’t come at a worse time for New York. The Jets are reeling are two straight losses, during each of which Rodgers’ presence was sorely missed. The 2023 season is going to quickly get away from the Jets if they aren’t careful. What New York needs is a matchup with a middling opponent, not a game against a team that’s made five straight AFC Championship Game appearances.
Chiefs OC Matt Nagy preparing for a ‘fistfight’ battle with Jets’ defense | Chiefs Wire
Chiefs offensive coordinator Matt Nagy is proud of his unit’s growth last Sunday in the rout of the Chicago Bears, but he’s well aware that the Jets are a defense to be concerned about Sunday night. Nagy addresses his thoughts on the matchup without holding back on his description of New York’s toughness during Thursday’s press conference.
Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes talks chemistry with Travis Kelce | Chiefs Wire
“I don’t know why, I just kind of understand what [Kelce] is going to do – some stuff that he isn’t supposed to do,” Mahomes explained. “There are times in practice where we were thinking about making a call for that when we get that look, for him to run that route. He has a good understanding of the whole entire concept, he understands the coverages, takes a lot of reps, and I just try to develop that trust that wherever I see it one way, he is going to do it that way.”
Chiefs DC Steve Spagnuolo warns that any team can be beat in the NFL | Chiefs Wire
“Well, I can tell you this, the thing that we led off with in yesterday’s meeting was that anybody in this league can beat anybody, and any unit can make another unit look bad,” Spagnuolo explained. “I mean, all you got to do is look around the league and see what happened in some of the games this past week, and the expectations are for this team to do that.
Chiefs DL coach Joe Cullen says LB Leo Chenal’s nickname is ‘The Beast’ | Chiefs Wire
“We call him ‘the beast’ for a reason,” Cullen explained. “No, coach Spags (Steve Spagnuolo) has done a tremendous job, getting opportunities for guys and certain packages when they show that, hey, they love football, and B, they’re going to do it as opposed to doing and Leo is doing a great job.