Chiefs news for April 6, 2021
Good Morning AG – Today in history, Dustin Colquitt was born in 1982 and Kerry Reardon in 1949. Moving on …
Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes on being a first-time dad: ‘It has been awesome’ | Yahoo
Kansas City Chiefs phenom quarterback Patrick Mahomes, 25, looks alert and spry when Yahoo Finance chats with him about his budding business empire via Zoom one recent late afternoon…
Austin Blythe: I just wanted to be in Kansas City | nbcsports
When it comes to Chiefs’ Michael Burton, it’s all about fitting the West Coast offense | kansas.com
Gauging the sixth-year pro’s value to the Chiefs, however, it easy to see why they signed him to a one-year deal in free agency. Their reasoning goes beyond the numbers.
How Drake Jackson Could Help Solve the Chiefs’ Long-Term Problem at Center | si.com
Kentucky center Drake Jackson is undersized but despite that, he remains a quality option in this year’s draft. Should the Kansas City Chiefs be interested?
Why Kansas City Chiefs fans shouldn’t panic about Patrick Mahomes being in a walking boot | sportskeeda
The Kansas City Chiefs fan base had a minor panic attack on Sunday while scrolling through Instagram as they saw a post of Patrick Mahomes in a walking boot. Mahomes was celebrating Easter Sunday with his family and in a picture with his fiance and their newborn child. Patrick Mahomes’ footwear drew the most attention.
Sammy Watkins Has Brutally Honest Comment On Ravens’ Offense | thespun
The Baltimore Ravens committed to upgrading their passing game this offseason, landing veteran wide receiver Sammy Watkins in free agency. The 27-year-old proved to be a major part of the Kansas City Chiefs offense for the past three years and will now try to revitalize a lackluster air attack in Baltimore.
‘4th & 1’: Chiefs must continue offensive line makeover | kshb.com
Kansas City was good enough to win Super Bowl LIV with Eric Fisher, Stefen Wisniewski, Austin Reiter, Laurent Duverney-Tardif and Mitchell Schwartz up front, from left tackle to right tackle.
The Chiefs weren’t anywhere near good enough to defeat the Buccaneers with Mike Remmers, Nick Allegretti, Austin Reiter, Stefen Wisniewski and Andrew Wylie as the starting offensive line, from left to right.