Chiefs news for July 28, 2022
Good morning, AG!
Today in Chiefs history is a blank canvas, waiting for something historical to happen. Maybe today is the day? Elsewhere, In 1991 Miguel Indurain won his first of 5 (likely doped) consecutive Tour de France victories, WWI started in 1914 with the assassination of the Austrian archduke Francis Ferdinand, and the 14th Amendment granting citizenship and rights to freed slaves went into effect in 1868.
Now, What’s happening in Chiefs Kingdom?
Here were the Chiefs’ starters on the first day of training camp | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs officially completed their first full training camp practice of the season on Wednesday. Reporters and fans in attendance got their first look at the starting lineup for the team on both sides of the ball.
Chiefs injury, absence updates from Day 1 of training camp | Chiefswire
Two notable absences at the onset of training camp were Frank Clark and Orlando Brown Jr., the latter absence being expected for the franchise-tagged left tackle. Clark arrived later after practice had already begun according to those in attendance and was spotted on the sideline with his helmet. It’s unclear whether he actually participated in practice.
Justyn Ross missing Clemson football’s 2021 camp hindered progress, Tigers WR coach explains | 247Sports
Justyn Ross had a rough stretch once he went through a spinal injury. After the former Clemson star wide receiver’s comeback from the 2020-ending health issue, he played for the Tigers in 2021 and was moderately productive, turning it into an undrafted free agent contract with the Kansas City Chiefs this offseason.
JuJu Smith-Schuster Proves His Worth In Kansas City By Making Ridiculous Diving Catch On His First Day | Brobible.com
… the hope is that Smith-Schuster can return to his full potential with a fresh start on a new team. And he is already proving his worth on the first day of training camp.
Kelce gets a $3M raise for 2022 | KSBN.com
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has reportedly received a $3 million pay raise for 2022, according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport.
Chiefs to host USFL Defensive Player of the Year Chris Odom for tryout | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs are bringing in a USFL standout for a tryout at training camp.
IS AARON RODGERS STILL BETTER THAN PATRICK MAHOMES? | FoxSports
Rodgers received an average vote of 1.00, solidifying him in the top spot, while Mahomes came in second at 1.02, meaning one voter was the deciding factor between him and Rodgers. That’s where the controversy begins. Should Rodgers be above Mahomes on the list?
2022 NFL season: Candidates to Make the Leap from each AFC team | NFL.com
With NFL training camps open and the preseason right around the corner, football is back! So, which individual players are poised to break through in 2022?
No Hall of Fame for KC Chiefs great Otis Taylor? Well, his legacy is no less meaningful | Kansas.com
In the afterglow of Buck O’Neil’s long-awaited induction into the National Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, the prospect of another overdue immortalization of a Kansas City icon loomed when the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Wednesday was to release its list of 12 senior finalists.
In case you were wondering…
NFL CMO Dr. Allen Sills explains importance of mandated guardian caps during training camp | NFL.com
As the NFL teams ramp up into the training camp stage of the preseason, players will now be seen wearing new guardian caps in an effort to play safer.