Chiefs news for July 29, 2021
Good Morning AG! Today in history, Lamar Hunt is the first AFL figure inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1972. Also, Demetrius Harris was born in 1991…
Patrick Mahomes shatters Tom Brady’s record rookie card sale | sportsnaut
Massive trading card marketplace PWCC reported Wednesday that Mahomes’ 2017 Chiefs rookie card sold for a whopping $4.3 million — easily shattering the mark set by Brady’s $3.1 million from his 2000 New England Patriots card…
Madden NFL 22 Player Ratings: Chiefs’ Travis Kelce Named to 99 Club for 2nd Season | bleacherreport
We may not fully know how to pronounce his name, but we do know exactly where Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce stands among his peers.
The three-time All-Pro received a 99 overall rating in Madden NFL 22, making him one of three players so far to earn the coveted distinction. Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams are the others.
Chiefs RB Darwin Thompson placed on reserve/COVID-19 list | kshb
Chiefs coach Andy Reid confirmed Wednesday that two players are in the NFL’s reserve/COVID-19 protocol after the first day of full team practice at training camp in St. Joseph.
One day after veterans reported to Missouri Western State University, Reid said running back Darwin Thompson joined long snapper James Winchester in the COVID-19 protocol, which restricts their interaction with teammates and staff.
Video: Patrick Mahomes Completes Ridiculous Pass At Camp | thespun
Of course, the impossible comes naturally to Mahomes. Over the years, fans have watched as the former Texas Tech standout completed passes that had no business connecting with a receiver.
Well, he was back at it yet again this week. During the team’s very first practice of the season, Mahomes decided to pull out one of his staples: the no-look pass.
Tyrann Mathieu Shares Honest Admission On Contract Situation | thespun
During a training camp press conference on Wednesday, Mathieu explained that he’s “not disappointed at all” in his lack of a contract extension with the Chiefs, per Kansas City insider Herbie Teope.
For now, he just “wants to ball” as he maintains confidence that a deal will get done.
Chiefs’ Joe Thuney impressed with rookie Trey Smith in first full-team practice | kshb
“Yeah the O-Line is a great group. We hang out a lot off the field, in the locker room, always talking, laughing, joking, so they’re a great group,” Thuney said. “Being out here in kind of an isolated bubble, it’s great to spend a lot of time with the guys and just keep building every day.”