Chiefs news for March 30, 2021
Good morning AG! Today in Chiefs history, John Welbourn was born 1976.. Now on to the news…..
Lucas Niang An X-Factor For Kansas City Chiefs | lastwordonsports.com
Lucas Niang originally entered the league as a third-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. Selected by the Kansas City Chiefs, the TCU product was supposed to compete for one of the top backup positions and possibly move inside to guard. Most draft experts project Niang to be a late second or early third-round selection, so grabbing him with the 96th overall pick ended up being a solid value…
Patrick Mahomes Reacts To The Chiefs Signing Jarran Reed | the spun
Former Kansas City Chiefs QB Trent Green to be honored at SevenDays | kshb.com
Trent Green, who played with the Chiefs from 2001-06, is the inaugural recipient of the Ripple of Kindness Award, which will be presented during the 2021 SevenDays Make a Ripple Change the World virtual event.
Tanoh Kpassagnon Signs Two-Year Deal With Saints | si.com
Kpassagnon will sign a two-year contract with the Saints, giving them more rotational depth at the defensive end position.
Chiefs Re-Sign Daniel Sorensen | profootballrumors.com
The Chiefs have re-signed safety Daniel Sorensen, per a club announcement. The two sides were said to be closing in on a one-year deal last week. On Monday morning, they made it all official.
Chiefs OG Kyle Long says Raiders never offered him contract on visit | yahoo
Two weeks ago, free-agent guard Kyle Long was in Las Vegas. The son of Raiders Hall of Fame edge rusher had come out of a one-year retirement at the age of 32 and his first official visit was the place where he might have the chance to don the Silver & Black just as his father did for his entire career.
Report: Chiefs attempted to re-sign DE Tanoh Kpassagnon | yahoo
According to Kansas City Star beat writer Herbie Teope, the Chiefs attempted to bring back their former 2017 second-round draft pick. Kpassagnon instead chose to head to New Orleans, citing it as an “interesting opportunity” per Teope.
Chiefs To Re-Sign WR Tajae Sharpe | profootballrumors
The former fifth-round pick agreed to a deal to stay with the Chiefs, Mike Garafolo of NFL.com tweets. The sides agreed to a one-year contract, Herbie Teope of the Kansas City Star tweets. This will be Sharpe’s sixth NFL season.
Around the AFC WEST:
Why the Denver Broncos made Justin Simmons the NFL’s highest-paid safety | espn
“It’s everything else he brings to the table within the locker room and out in the community,” Paton said. “It’s hard to find a really good football player, but it’s really hard to find someone that’s out in the community like Justin, and [someone] who’s a leader in the locker room. That’s why it was a priority since the day I arrived to get Justin locked up.”
AFC West 2021 free agency grades: Chiefs and Chargers both bolster O-line as Raiders tear theirs down | cbssports
The initial wave of free agency has come and gone and we’re starting to get a better sense of how all the teams across the league are going to look in 2021. In the AFC West, the Chiefs still remain the top dog and were on the doorstep of a second straight Super Bowl title last season, but this division could start to get more competitive in a hurry. The Chargers‘ future is looking bright after the extremely successful rookie campaign by quarterback Justin Herbert. Meanwhile, both the Raiders and Broncos have flashed potential and will be looking to take another step forward next year.