Chiefs news for May 19, 2022
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The Kansas City Chiefs are favored to make AFC West history once again during the 2022 NFL season.
Kansas City continued its historic streak of success within the AFC West division last season, winning its sixth consecutive AFC West title, becoming the only team in division history to ever win the division six times in a row. Prior to the 2017 season, the Chiefs had never once won the division in consecutive seasons, but Andy Reid ushered in an unprecedented era of success.
For the upcoming season, Kansas City is favored to take home the AFC West title once again. If they were to do this, they’d extend their record of dominance over the division.
Chiefs WR Skyy Moore named to NFLPA’s Rookie Premiere Class of 2022 | chiefswire
The NFLPA has announced its Rookie Premiere Class of 2022 and one player from the Kansas City Chiefs has been named a member of the latest class.
According to the NFLPA, players are chosen based on things like position, draft status, college performance and projected marketability. Generally speaking, offensive players tend to get preference here, which is why you won’t find either Trent McDuffie or George Karlaftis attending. In fact, only four of the 42 players selected this year play defense. Moore’s selection shouldn’t come as much of a surprise given that he’s a receiver in the Chiefs’ offense with the team trading away star WR Tyreek Hill this offseason.
In Case You Missed It here’s the latest look at the Chiefs’ 90-man offseason roster by jersey number: |usatoday
The team has updated its official roster with new jersey numbers ahead of Organized Team Activities (OTAs). They feature several new jersey numbers and changes across the board for the entire 90-man offseason roster.
Typically, the NFL allows for duplicate jersey numbers during the offseason program and ahead of the upcoming season — with a like number on offense and a like number on defense. There are a few instances of that right now, but when they trim the offseason roster to 53 players, there won’t be any duplicate jersey numbers.
Chiefs May Have Signed ‘Greatest Free Agent Ever’ Says Former Coach | heavy
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Justyn Ross has one of the highest ceilings you’ll find from the 2022 class of NFL rookies. But there’s a reason why he went undrafted.
“I mean he’s Justyn Ross,” Swinney said, via Matt Connolly of Clemson Sports. “There’s no questions about Justyn Ross when it comes to playing football. But there’s obvious questions when it comes to, ‘OK, where is he health wise?’ He broke his foot. Obviously he missed all that time with surgical procedures in his neck and back area. He’ll do just fine. If the good lord keeps him healthy, football will come easy for him.”
ESPN Experts Split Between Chiefs & One Challenger for AFC West Crown | heavy
During a May 17 edition of ESPN’s “Get Up,” a panel of experts including insider Jeremy Fowler, ex-NFL linebacker Rob Ninkovich, ex-NFL safety Ryan Clark and sports anchor Ryan Smith debated who will win the AFC West in 2022. In the end, the four analysts came to a split decision between the Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers.
Analyst Predicts Who Will Win Chiefs’ Starting Right Tackle Job | heavy
Third-year tackle Lucas Niang and veteran Andrew Wylie are the players on the roster that enter the 2022 season with experience as the starting right tackle for Kansas City. However, the Chiefs threw another player into the mix for the job via this year’s draft, and he is projected to win the starting job, according to PFF.
“Wylie probably enters training camp as the starter due to Niang working his way back from injury and Kinnard’s standing as a fifth-round rookie, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see Kinnard have a Trey Smith-esque rise. Kinnard was the 79th-ranked player overall on PFF’s big board and is the kind of physical presence that the Chiefs have prioritized adding to their offensive line the last two offseasons,” Linsey wrote on May 16.
Chiefs Rumors: KC ‘Optimistic’ on Orlando Brown Long-Term Contract Extension | yahoosports
The Kansas City Chiefs want Orlando Brown protecting star quarterback Patrick Mahomes for years to come, and the franchise is said to be “optimistic” about working out a long-term contract for the veteran offensive tackle, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler. However, Fowler notes it could take some time for the sides to agree to terms because Brown does not have an agent. That said, this process wasn’t expected to go by quickly.
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