Chiefs news for July 28, 2021
Good morning AG! Nothing much in the history file, so on to the news…
Orlando Brown Jr. on the Chiefs’ Rebuilt Offensive Line: “It’s Time to Prove It” | chiefs.com
“I’m excited, man. One of my favorite parts of football isn’t necessarily just wearing the helmet, but the shoulder pads, too,” Brown said. “Once we get the shoulder pads on, things will get rocking. That’s when the real ball players come out and that’s what I’m looking forward to.”
Virtue Signaling Chiefs: Kansas City Halts Indian-themed Warpaint Tradition | newsbusters
Warpaint, the Kansas City Chiefs long-time pony mascot, has been deemed politically incorrect, booted out of the ball game and her official web page has been removed. She’s the latest victim of the purging of Indian nicknames and traditions amid the woke madness that’s ruining pro sports.
A sorrel tobiano mare, Warpaint ignited the fans by galloping on the field at the start of the Chiefs’ home games and after the team’s touchdowns. Her rider was dressed in Native American attire. The tradition first began in 1955, and after a long lapse, Warpaint returned in 2009 and resumed the Chiefs’ tradition.
Chiefs place OL Kyle Long on PUP, TE Nick Keizer on non-football injury list | yahoo