One of the things in camp that has really caught my eye is the T-shirts that the majority of the coaches and players are wearing with the words "Chiefs will" printed on the back. While most everyone is focused on how the QB's are tossing the ball, and how the linemen are fairing, this one little thing was brought up by more than a few reporters to Coach Haley himself.
Here is what Haley has said about the shirts:
"I like to have something in camp to keep your focus on and I will keep it between myself and the team, really in-depth," Haley explained. "Will is an interesting word in football and it obviously has a double meaning, but I will leave it at that. I like the way it sounds for some reason."
While this will just be a blip on the radar, and someone asked the question, I have to really wonder what the meaning behind all of this is. I respect the fact that Haley wants to keep it between the players and coaches, but I can't help but wonder. Will has several different meanings and uses and while none of us will never get the low-down on what it means, here is what I hope "Chiefs will" means:
I hope it means the "Chiefs will" not ever have to make me witness something like this again.
I hope it means the "Chiefs will" not allow any team to come into Arrowhead and thump us anymore.
I hope it means the "Chiefs will" put a quality product on the field that is competitive and fills the seats!
I hope it means the "Chiefs will" have more wins like this and make every fan happy.
What do you think the deep down meaning of "Chiefs will" is this year? Last season with the signs in the locker rooms, and now a simple message between Coach and team, what do you think it means? Maybe someone that gets cut later will fill us in, but as of right now I know there has to be a reason the team is looking good in training camp and hopefully during the season, and maybe "Chiefs will" is going to be a big part of.