Chiefs news for May 12, 2022 (put date)
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Today in Chiefs history, Derrick Walker (TE, in case you forgot) was born 1967
Tyreek Hill says he received death threats over comments about Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes | Kansas City Star
This is crazy
“By the way, I got death threats. Every social media account I own, I got death threats on,” Hill said Tuesday.
Chiefs Insider Projects Former All-Pro Won’t Make KC’s Active Roster | Heavy.com
…Chiefs insider believes that Kansas City’s oldest receiver won’t make the team’s 53-man roster next season.
Former No. 2 Overall Pick Sounds off on Chiefs WR Corps | Heavy.com
NFL Network’s Peter Schrager says Chiefs WR Justin Watson is ‘the one to watch’ | Chiefswire
Responding to a tweet from former NFL QB Robert Griffin III about the depth of the Chiefs’ WR unit, NFL Network’s Peter Schrager named Justin Watson as “the one to watch.”
Chiefs TE Travis Kelce accidentally insulted Miss Piggy on the set of ABC’s ‘Holey Moley’ | Chiefswire
Sorry. We’re still a little thin on news
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has already had a busy week outside of the opening of Tight End University on Wednesday. The All-Pro has been a regularly featured guest on the ABC TV show “Holey Moley.” He’s involved himself in all types of hilarious golf-related shenanigans on the show.
Chiefs UDFA Spotlight: South Dakota LB Jack Cochrane | Chiefswire
Cochrane played at Mount Vernon High School in Iowa, beginning his football career on the offensive side of the ball playing quarterback, tight end and running back. He signed on with South Dakota as a recruit in 2017 because he related to the small-town midwestern vibe, something that likely made Kansas City appealing as an undrafted free agent.
Behind the Lens: Counting Down the Top 10 Photos from the 2021 Season – No. 7 | KC.Com
A photograph can be powerful. It possesses the ability to capture the raw emotion of a singular moment through an otherwise fleeting snippet of time, whether that be the thrill of a postseason victory or a fan simply experiencing their first Chiefs’ game.