Chiefs news for June, 30
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Today in Chiefs history, Len Dawson was signed by the Chiefs in 1962, and fan favorite Louis Aguiar was born in 1966.
Do you like Hot Pockets? Below, you’ll find a story about Hot Pockets. How do you like them Hot Pockets?
Chiefs Could Trade ‘Big-Play’ Veteran if Rookies Impress, Says Analyst | heavy
Although Edwards-Helaire, Jones, Gore, and McKinnon have the edge when it comes to making Kansas City’s 2022 regular season roster, that could change if one or more of the rookies show out this summer during training camp and the preseason.
Chiefs CB Chris Lammons could face six-game suspension | Chiefswire
But here is the burning question throughout Chiefs Kingdom: Why would K.C. bring back Lammons after this incident, while also knowing that he’s facing a suspension?
Here is how Chiefs rookie DE George Karlaftis linked up with trainer Bobby Stroupe | Chiefswire
Apparently Patrick was not the matchmaker.
6 Chiefs players with the most to prove in 2022 | Chiefswire
A couple of these may have been published in No Shit Weekly
Will the Kansas City Chiefs’ Play-Callers Be Under More Pressure This Season? | si.com
Sloppiness and complacency crept their way into the Chiefs’ offense during those midway drives. It became a trend — almost like a microwaved Hot Pocket, as our own Joshua Brisco likened them to — to see the Chiefs kickstart games on a heatwave, cool throughout the middle, then regain their mojo towards the end. Given the seismic shift of this year’s receiving group (including the loss of a certain All-Pro receiver), as well as a potentially-different running back committee, one could wonder: Will there be added pressure and expectation on the play-callers to soften those blows this season?