Chiefs news for 4 February 2019
The Kansas City Chiefs have identified and banned the fan who pointed a laser at New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady in late January’s AFC Championship Game, according to ESPN.
What has become so frustrating is that the Chiefs allowed Berry to dictate how his 2018 season was going to play out when he clearly needed to clean up the heel with surgery. The Chiefs were the number one seed in the AFC basically without him at all this season and he should’ve been placed on injured reserve and had the operation done.
If there is a scenario where Berry isn’t fully ready for the start of the 2019 season, I can almost guarantee the fan base will be ready to be done with him.
“You know what … Falcons, honestly, they made my career to come here. It really did. Nothing against Kansas City. I was there 12 years. But only three playoff games. But when I got to Atlanta, it was like all of the sudden you’re part of this winning organization. We’re on TV every week now, doing Monday Night Football, Sunday Night Football games. I love it here. I love being back here.”
If the Rams win the Super Bowl, they could host the Saints in the 2019 Kickoff game, a league source told ESPN. And if the Patriots win on Sunday, they could host the Chiefs in the opener, according to the source.