Chiefs news for June 8 2021
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Kansas City Chiefs prioritizing league-worst red zone defense | espn
The Chiefs had the worst defense in the NFL last year when opponents moved inside the 20, allowing a touchdown 77% of the time. Their red zone defense was costly for the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, when they allowed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to score three TDs from inside the 20. And it was costly during their two regular-season losses, when the Chiefs gave up seven touchdowns in eight red zone tries.
The Kansas City Chiefs’ Salary Cap Situation Has Finally Come Back to Bite Them | sportcasting.com
Over the past couple of offseasons, Kansas City Chiefs general manager Brett Veach has proven to be a master of navigating around the salary cap. While the AFC West club has been stretched to the financial limit, it hasn’t stopped them from keeping the cupboard stocked with plenty of talent. That reality, however, doesn’t mean that things are completely perfect at Arrowhead.
Former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid pleads not guilty in crash | espn
Former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid pleaded not guilty Monday to critically injuring a young girl in a crash, but the judge allowed him to resume driving with restrictions.
Former Chiefs DT Xavier Williams re-signs with Cardinals on one-year deal | usatoday
A former Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman has found himself rejoining the team that he began his NFL career with ahead of the 2021 NFL season.
Retired QB Alex Smith wins PFWA George Halas Award | yardbarker
Former Washington Football Team quarterback Alex Smith suffered a horrific and career-threatening leg injury during the 2018 campaign but returned to regular-season action with Washington last fall and helped the club win the NFC East title.
OT Ja’Wuan James seeking $15 million in grievance filed against Broncos | yardbarker
Offensive tackle Ja’Wuan James filed a grievance against the Denver Broncos on Monday looking to recover his $10 million salary for the 2021 season and $5 million in guarantees for 2022, according to a copy of the report obtained by Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio.