Good morning! Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news from across the internet. Enjoy!
In a perfect world, the Chiefs will be able to use Breaston's versatility in week-to-week game planning against opponent matchups.
Should Bowe's contract situation be resolved in an timely manner, Baldwin take the ever important second-year leap and Wylie show the ability to contribute as a rookie, Breaston's position flexibility could make him Kansas City's wildcard - especially if TE
Tony Moeaki can return from knee surgery at full strength.
Breaston Readies For Variety Of Roles In KC's Offense from The Mothership
Many people don't think that it's a big deal if your mom or dad takes you to their workplace. To me, though, it is a huge deal!
My dad, Rob Alberino, the Vice President of Media and Marketing asked me if I would like to come to work with him on Friday, May 4th. Of course I said "YES!"
My Day At The Chiefs Facility from Angelina Alberino via The Mothership
John January, senior vice president and executive creative director at SHS' office in Kansas City, tells us that the contract will include a variety of Chiefs marketing and branding initiatives, and many of those will center on the team's celebration of 50 years in Kansas City this season.
SHS Charged With Helping Chiefs Celebrate 50 Years In KC from Wichita Business Journal
The second game of their series with Somerset will start at 10:05 a.m. CDT on Tuesday and can be heard at www.theNew93Q.com or www.HoustonsEagle.com. Bobby Livingston (1-0, 4.82) is the probable starter for Sugar Land and Justin Cassel, younger brother of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel, is scheduled to start for the Patriots.
Series-Opening Loss To Somerset Follows Familiar Pattern For Skeeters from Examiner.com
[Note: The Somerset Patriots play 9 miles from my apartment, and I had no idea Justin Cassel was on the roster. Now we all know. You're welcome.]
Before the 2012 NFL Draft began, the Minnesota Vikings organization contacted Elliott to let him know that he would be given the opportunity to come to the team's rookie camp, should he go undrafted. In addition to the Vikings, the Chicago Bears and Kansas City Chiefs also expressed the same interest. This means Elliott can attend the Vikings rookie minicamp as well as the rookie camps for the Bears and Chiefs. However, it also means he could be cut during any of the camps.
Chiefs LIVE!, presented by Midwest Ford Dealers, is moving to Thursdays at 12:00 PM (CST) for the remainder of the spring and summer.
The live web show is moving from its longtime Tuesday setting in order to better coordinate content with the Chiefs offseason workouts, OTAs and minicamps.
Programming Note: Chiefs LIVE! Moves To Thursdays from The Mothership
Here are the guidelines: My rankings are based on past play and projected 2012 performances and roles. Rookies are eligible. I only rank players who I am sure will have a role. If I think a third stringer is worthy, I'll list him. If I don't think a second stringer is worthy, I won't list him.
Ranking The Running Backs from ESPN