Chiefs news for November 24, 2022
Good Thanksgiving Day morning, AG! What a time to be Chiefs fan. The talent we’re witnessing really is generational.
Gobble Gobble to you travelers!
Today in Chiefs history, Jerry Mays was born in 1939, and Herman Heard was born in 1961.
The NFL has played Thanksgiving Day games since its inception. The Lions have played every year since 1934 and the Cowgirls since 1966. A third Turkey Day game was added in 2006.
More importantly, the Wamponoag and Plymouth colonists shared a harvest feast in one of the first Thanksgivings in 1621. Thanksgiving Day was made an official holiday in 1863 – during the Civil War, mind you – by President Abraham Lincoln.
Chiefs TE Travis Kelce named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for Week 11 | Chiefswire
Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce has earned weekly honors from the NFL after his dominant performance against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 11.
Chiefs place RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire on injured reserve, activate OT Lucas Niang | Chiefswire
Following his high ankle sprain against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 11, the Chiefs have placed RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire on injured reserve. Per NFL rules, he’ll miss the next four games at a minimum before he can be designated to return from injured reserve. He’ll miss the Week 11 game against the Rams along with road matchups against the Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos and Houston Texans. He’ll first be eligible to return in Week 16 against the Seattle Seahawks.
Chiefs special teams film review, Week 11: Explaining Isiah Pacheco’s kickoff oopsie | Chiefswire
After all, when something is eventful on special teams, it’s either bad (like a fumble) or great (like a return touchdown). Unfortunately, it’s been more of the former than the latter for the Chiefs, but luckily it was neither on Sunday night.
Chiefs DC Steve Spagnuolo has confidence in rookie S Bryan Cook | Chiefswire
iiiThe 2022 NFL draft is proving to be a vital component of the Kansas City Chiefs season. Each of the team’s selections in April has played a meaningful role this year as veteran players have been sidelined with injuries or suspensions.
Rams rule out QB Matthew Stafford for Week 12 vs. Chiefs | Chiefswire
Speaking to reporters on Wednesday, Rams HC Sean McVay ruled out starting QB Matthew Stafford, who is in the NFL’s concussion protocol after taking a hit that caused numbness in his legs in Week 11. McVay described the injury more as a neck injury than a head injury, but they’re being quite cautious given Stafford had just cleared the concussion protocol recently. Whatever the case, the severity of the injury won’t allow for their Super Bowl-winning quarterback to play in Kansas City.
Tyreek Hill is gone, but Patrick Mahomes, new faces, have kept Chiefs offense dangerous | Opinion (Bold, bold take)
That’s probably one way to explain what’s happening with the Kansas City Chiefs about now. Step into a huddle with Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce, and there’s a certain standard to uphold.
Chiefs Insider Provides Telling Injury Update on JuJu Smith-Schuster | Heavy
Head coach Andy Reid informed reporters that the key pass-catcher would practice today on November 23. Not long after, different media members shared visual evidence for Chiefs Kingdom.