Chiefs news for June 7, 2022
Good morning, AG!
Today in Chiefs history, Goose egg. However, it is National Chocolate Ice Cream Day, so all is not lost.
Let’s see if anything happened in the news….
Patrick Mahomes is the 4th most Influential Person in the NFL for 2022 | FMIA
Surprised he’s this high, on a franchise that could have a different look without Tyreek Hill this year? Don’t be.
Chiefs Rookie Trained With Former Super Bowl MVP: Report | Heavy.com
It may not come as a surprise that Chiefs 2022 first-rounder George Karlaftis was in attendance. The workhorse out of Purdue is known for giving 110% and signing up to train with the NFL’s best and brightest sounds like something that would be right up his alley.
Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy Breaks Silence on Not Getting HC Job | Heavy.com
Another year and another NFL head coach cycle has come and gone without Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy receiving a promotion. That’s unfortunately the annual trend for the fifth-year play-caller.
Chiefs WR coach Joe Bleymaier has lofty expectations for Josh Gordon in Year 2 | Chiefswire
Not sure why I want Gordon to pan out so badly, but I do
Josh Gordon’s 2021 NFL season didn’t go quite as anticipated.
Chiefs’ Brendan Daly explains his move to linebackers coach | Chiefswire
When former linebackers coach Matt House left the Kansas City Chiefs to become defensive coordinator at LSU, the team opted for an in-house replacement in Brendan Daly.
Daly had coached the defensive line in Kansas City for the past three seasons and was also named the defensive run game coordinator a season ago. Why the sudden change in heart with Daly deciding to switch coaching positions? Speaking to the media at OTAs last week, Daly revealed the factors that went into his decision.
Former Chiefs Derrick Johnson, Alex Smith on College Football Hall of Fame ballot for first time | Chiefswire
The National Football Foundation (NFF) and the College Football Hall of Fame have announced players on the ballot for induction into the College Football Hall of Fame in 2023.
There are several former Chiefs players up for selection including Pro Football Hall of Fame TE Tony Gonzalez, DB Eric Berry, WR Jeremy Maclin and GM John Dorsey (former LB with UConn) who were all up for selection in 2022 as well. There are, however, a pair of newly-added former Chiefs players on the ballot this year.