Chiefs news for 20 June 2020
Regrading Kansas City Chiefs’ 2017 NFL Draft picks | Chiefs Wire
The Chiefs, of course, traded up to pick No. 10 to grab Mahomes. They had some idea that he’d turn into a talented player, but little did they know the phenom that he’d turn into after a year of playing backup to Alex Smith. As a starter has crushed NFL and franchise records. He became the league MVP in his first season as a starter, he is the quarterback who brought the Lamar Hunt trophy home and won a Super Bowl title after a 50-year drought. He’s the new face of the National Football League and an exemplary leader. Really there isn’t a letter grade worthy of describing just how good this pick was for Kansas City.
Now a 3,751-square-foot freestanding Whataburger building is being proposed for Douglas Street and St. Luke’s Boulevard in Lee’s Summit.
A preliminary site plan has been drawn up, and Ryan Elam, director of development services for the city of Lee’s Summit, confirmed that Whataburger officials have met with the city to discuss the project. But no official plans have been submitted.
Maybe it’s just because we’re quarantined up, but we’re extra-appreciative these days of the chance to see Hill working out and improving his game. The Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver is already an annual Pro Bowl performer who is known as the single fastest player in the league (and an well-earned nickname of Cheetah). But lately he’s been honing other skills in case he wasn’t already enogh of a danger to take it to the house any time he has the ball in his hands.
“Please be advised that it is our consensus medical opinion that in light of the increase of COVID-19 cases in certain states that no players should be engaged in practicing together in private workouts,” Mayer’s statement read. “Our goal is to have all players and your families as healthy as possible in the coming months.