Chiefs news for July 31, 2022
Good morning AG!
Today in non-Chiefs’ history: John Ericsson Born: July 31, 1803, Considered one of the most influential mechanical inventors in history, Ericsson developed the first screw-propeller, later put to use on the USS Princeton, which became the US Navy’s first screw-propeller driven steam frigate.
He also developed the first rotating turret on the USS Monitor, which ended up saving a blockade squadron during the American Civil War.
Best highlights from Day 4 of Chiefs training camp | Chiefswire
Saturday’s practice featured plenty of excitement during 7-on-7 drills and 11-on-11 drills, with the offense and defense both showing out at various times during practice. Skyy Moore built on his strong performance, as did other rookies who continue to get their footing in their first NFL training camp.
6 takeaways from Day 4 of Chiefs training camp | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs have wrapped their fourth training camp practice. There was good weather and a massive turnout at Missouri Western State University, which led to one of the most exciting practice sessions yet.
Bring on Monday and the Kansas City Chiefs’ first practice with pads of training camp | Kansas City Star
Following Sunday’s day off, the Chiefs players officially don full pads Monday for the first live-contact practice of the summer — a much-anticipated event during every edition of training camp.
Well, depending on position group, that is.
Chiefs Using Unexpected Replacement for LT Orlando Brown Jr. | Heavy
“Yeah, for sure, [Johnson’s] doing really well,” Thuney said on July 27. “Digging in the playbook and communicating a lot. Just trying to be on the same page every play. You know, he’s a great guy. Yeah, so he’s just trying to get better every day.”
Chiefs injury, absence updates from Day 4 of training camp | Chiefswire
According to a team public relations representative, Fortson suffered a quad injury. The severity of the injury is unknown, but with the day off of practice on Sunday, it’s possible he’s back out there on Monday.
Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes responds to recent, unfounded criticisms of Black QBs | Chiefswire
“..but at the same time we’re going to go there and prove ourselves every day to show that we can be some of the best quarterbacks in the league.”