Chiefs news for July 21, 2022
Good morning, AG!
Today in Chiefs history, In 1997 John Alt retires. Jon Asamoah was born in 1988
Let’s see what passes for news today
What does a successful ’22 season look like for Chiefs? | ‘GMFB’
Well, a Super Bowl parade would be nice
Latest Chiefs salary cap update ahead of training camp | Chiefswire
The front office has the salary cap in a pretty good place as the team turns its attention to the 2022 NFL season. According to the NFLPA’s public salary cap report, the Chiefs have $13.924 million in salary cap space with all players on the 90-man roster currently under contract. That number is good for the 12th-most salary cap space in the NFL.
Bills vs. Chiefs playoff game up for a 2022 ESPY Award | Buffalo Rumblings
13 Seconds may get more than 15 minutes of fame
Photos Surface of Chiefs Rookie in Walking Boot Over Break | Heavy.com
When the Kansas City Chiefs signed Clemson playmaker and former ACC receiving leader Justyn Ross, the obvious risk factor was his lengthy injury history. However, considering no draft capital was spent, most pegged it as a worthy gamble based on his potential.
3 Chiefs players who could open up training camp on PUP list | Chiefswire
When the Kansas City Chiefs rookies, quarterbacks and injured players report to training camp on Friday, July 22nd, there will likely be a few transactions made to add players to the active/PUP list.
Counting down the Chiefs’ single-season completion percentage leaders | Chiefswire
By the numbers, 10 campaigns have stood out from the rest as the top efforts made by Chiefs quarterbacks. We’re looking at full seasons here, which means a minimum of 15 games started.
Every NFL team’s most overrated player heading into 2022 | Chiefswire
Every team has one
Former Kansas City Chiefs player had a hole-in-one at a golf course in Branson | KCStar
Longtime television broadcaster Frank Boal decided to record former Chiefs center Tim Grunhard’s tee shot from the sixth hole at Top of the Rock Golf Course in Branson, Missouri.
Eye on the Enemy
PFF Links Broncos to Free Agent LB Anthony Hitchens | SI.com
Hitchens was a full-time starter each of the last four years though hasn’t recorded a sack since 2019. The Super Bowl LIV champion is strictly a run-stopping, off-ball defender whom PFF graded as the No. 53 LB among 87 qualifiers.