Chiefs news for Sept 20, 2022
Good morning AG!
, Today in Chiefs history, Abner Haynes was born 1937, Dino Mangiero in 1958,and Ryan Succop 1986. Dino, as I’m sure you remember, played DL for us. Currently, he’s a coach. https://www.miamiarch.org/CatholicDiocese.php?op=Article_archdiocese-of-miami-new-football-coach-at-archbishop-mccarthy-high .
Elsewhere, In 1519, Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan departed from Sanlúcar de Barrameda, Spain, on a quest to circumnavigate the globe, or so he told his wife. It was later discovered that the real reason was to find a country he hadn’t previously been thrown out of.
Now, some stuff we didn’t make up
The big news today
NFL suspends Chiefs LB Willie Gay Jr. for four games | Chiefswire
The Kansas City Chiefs have taken a big blow on the defensive side of the football ahead of Week 3.
Can he appeal? Well…
Chiefs LB Willie Gay Jr. will not appeal four-game suspension | Chiefswire
As first reported by FanSided’s Matt Verderame, Gay Jr. will not be appealing the four-game suspension the NFL issued for a violation of the league’s personal conduct policy.
KC Chiefs in wait-and-see mode with Harrison Butker. Here’s what Andy Reid said Monday | KCStar via Yahoo
“We’ve just got to see,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Monday. “I mean, that’s what it is right now. It’s kind of wait-and-see. … Let’s just see how this week goes.
Rookie Cornerback Jaylen Watson is a Story of Resiliency | Chiefs.com
It’s sometimes the unlikeliest of heroes who make all the difference in the end, and that was certainly the case in the Kansas City Chiefs’ thrilling victory over the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday night.
Chiefs HC Andy Reid provides insight into team’s approach to analytics | Chiefswire
Analytics has been a hot topic for Chiefs Kingdom lately after Patrick Mahomes was graded as the eighth-best quarterback by Pro Football Focus following his dominant Week 1 performance.
Eye on the Enemy
Things are so bad in Denver right now that fans helped the Broncos during Sunday’s game | KCStar via Yahoo
The Broncos, who were a popular pick to either win the AFC West or be a wild-card team, rallied and defeated the Texans 16-9 on Sunday to improve to 1-1. Things looked dicey as Houston led 9-6 through three quarters.