Chiefs news for 5 June 2020
“Coaches and other football staff, particularly those who may be in a higher risk category or who have concerns about their own health conditions, are expected to speak with the club medical staff or personal physician about any special precautions or other accommodations.”
A source tells PFT that the NFL Players Association is holding a videoconference from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET today to update players on discussions regarding the reopening of facilities and a return to football activities.
Staff members also have placed markings and stanchions throughout the museum to help guests maintain proper physical distancing and to guide them in an orderly, one-way flow through the exhibits. They installed acrylic barriers in several areas, including guest services and the Hall of Fame store.
Taco Charlton will wear No. 94 jersey with Chiefs | ChiefsWire
According to the Chiefs’ media portal roster, Charlton will wear the No. 94 jersey for the 2020 season in Kansas City. Previously, at Pickerington Central and the University of Michigan, Charlton wore the No. 33 jersey. In the NFL, defensive linemen are only allowed to wear numbers 60-79 and 90-99. Once Charlton got to the NFL he switched to the No. 97 jersey with the Dallas Cowboys and then wore the No. 96 jersey with the Miami Dolphins this past season.
His route anticipation was much better last year and that’s something that helps him be in a relatively good position more often than not. He isn’t an elite athlete in terms of hip fluidity, but he can make up for some of that with the anticipation he displayed. I think that goes hand in hand with watching tape and knowing how to study your opponent. Assuming Ward continues to put effort into watching the tape and getting better at understanding it, his knowledge of receivers route tree will only grow. I think it’s important to remember he’s 24 so still a very young player with room to grow.
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