Good morning! Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy!
Kiper Doesn't Expect Any QBs To Be First-Round Picks from KC Star
"I couldn't put a first-round quarterback in, because I don't think one is going to go in the first seven or eight (picks) and after that, nobody is looking for a quarterback," Kiper said. "There's no team after seven or eight looking for a quarterback. Now the teams that are: Kansas City, obviously. You think about other teams like Arizona and Buffalo. But they're second-round possibilities.
"Will that change after the Senior Bowl and combine? We'll have to see how those venues end up."
Q&A With Defensive Coordinator Bob Sutton from The Mothership
Q: What have you seen as far as talent that's already here on the defensive side of the ball?
SUTTON: "Yeah, really this week, I just got in here at the beginning of the week, really Tuesday, so I've been sitting here the last couple days trying to go through the players and of course you know Gary Gibbs and Emmitt Thomas have been here so we kind of worked our way through the DBs and linebackers a little bit - haven't gotten through them all by any stretch - but just kind of becoming familiar with them. I think we've got some pieces in place and really, honestly no different than any of the other 31 teams, we probably have some areas that we probably have to try to improve on. But I think first, trying to learn our guys and then you sit down with the coaches and kind of go through the system we want to put together I think we'll have a better understanding of our talent.
Chiefs Sign Free Agent Tackle Steven Baker from The Mothership
Baker originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Indianapolis Colts in 2012. He was released by the Colts on Aug. 31 and joined the Arizona Cardinals practice squad roster on Sept. 3.
Smith Hired To Complete Arkansas Staff from Arkansas Online
As a player for Snyder, Smith was one of the top receivers in the Big Eight Conference. He ranked second in conference history in career receptions (179) and third in career receiving yards (2,457). He played briefly for the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL.
The hire completes Bret Bielema's first coaching staff at Arkansas.
Chip Kelly Got Endorsement On Eagles From Andy Reid from USA Today
"The fact Andy reached out to me and told me about his experience here told me what this organization is about," Kelly said of Reid, now the Kansas City Chiefs head coach. "There's not a classier guy. When Andy texted me (Wednesday) when I accepted the job, I told him I had really, really, really big shoes to fill. In typical Andy fashion, he said, 'Just be yourself and you'll be fine.'"
Souper Bowl Of Caring Under Way from KXAN
Thursday kicked off the seventh annual Souper Bowl of Caring in Austin to help feed those in need across Central Texas.
It's a youth led food drive through schools, congregations community organizations and individuals who come together to fight hunger and poverty...
...The Houston Texans were the first NFL Team to support the program. The Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colds, Dallas Cowboys, Carolina Panthers, New York Giants and Kansas City Chiefs also support the cause.
3rd-Annual Tecmo Tourney Set For Saturday from Ground Zero
You also can also see a Mt. Tecmo Rushmore candidate, former Kansas City Chiefs star Christian Okoye, play the game for the first time -- against himself. For Knobbe and his Tecmo kind, it is a life-altering scene. As Okoye's friend uses Okoye to run over the Denver Broncos to the tune of 19 carries for 388 yards, the Nigerian Nightmare utters a line that wouldn't seem out of place in a Charlie Kaufman script, "Man, I can't even stop me man."
"He is priceless," Knobbe said.
Tipsheet: NFL Teams Scramble To Hire Coaches from The St Louis Post-Dispatch
Reid, or someone in Reid's circle, used the organization as leverage. Two weeks ago, several outlets, including NFL.com for Pete's sake, reported Reid was meeting with the Cardinals. The club quickly shot down the report, and before we know it, he has agreed to terms with Kansas City.
The Chiefs, a team with one winning record in five years.
Zoey Belcher Custody Fight Continues from The Associated Press via ESPN
Judges in both states held a conference call Thursday with lawyers for the two families. They agreed to dismiss the lawsuit filed in Texas by the maternal grandparents, Rebecca Anne Gonzalez and Darryl Perkins, their attorney Jon Michael Franks said.
The judges determined that the custody dispute would be handled in Missouri's Jackson County, where the baby was living at the time of her parents' deaths and where her paternal grandmother filed a custody petition, Franks said.
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