Good morning! Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy.
"We've just got to do better things around him to make him a great quarterback. I truly believe that, and I wish some more people believed that."
"It's really easy to criticize. I get that. That's part of the job. But Matt's the guy, and Matt's going to take us places. Matt's a general in the huddle. People don't see how hard he works. They don't see the stuff he plays through, because we don't talk about it. But take my word for it: There aren't many guys I'd rather play with."
Lilja Defends Cassel As Chiefs' QB from KC Star
The Chiefs will play the Cardinals, Rams, Seahawks and Packers in the upcoming preseason. The games against Arizona and Seattle will be at Arrowhead Stadium and the games against St. Louis and Green Bay will be on the road.
None of the games will be nationally televised.
Chiefs Buzz: Preseason Opponents Set from KC Star
KC Star Video: Teicher | Chiefs should look at Ryan Tannehill for QB
The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Wednesday that the club has re-signed unrestricted free agent defensive back
Daniels (6-1, 195) has appeared in 41 games (two starts) with Kansas City (2009-11).
Chiefs Re-Sign Unrestricted Free Agent DB Travis Daniels from The Mothership
Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star took a few minutes to discuss who the Kansas City Chiefs could take in the upcoming NFL Draft, and the video is worth watching for draftniks looking for more insight.
NFL Draft 2012: Adam Teicher Talks Chiefs Draft Options With FOX Sports from SBN Kansas City
The biggest difference fans will notice is that the Chiefs' colors will pop out considerably more with the new material, but it is not the uber-shiny stuff that fans see in some of Nike's college uniforms.
Never at a loss to miss a marketing opportunity, the NFL and the Chiefs announced that fans can get the new jerseys on draft weekend (April 26-28) with the chance to pre-order soon.
NFL And Nike Unveil New Uniforms, KC Chiefs Have Minor Changes from Examiner.com
As of 2 p.m. ET Wednesday, 31 percent of the votes tallied were in favor of the Chiefs drafting Tannehill, while Cousins and Weeden both received 26 percent of the votes and Osweiler received 17 percent.