Rev your engines, Stanzi nation. We have a crisis on our hands!
OK, not really, but check out what went down at the Kansas City Chiefs Wednesday OTA:
Some quick notes after today's Chiefs practice: Bray was 3rd QB, ahead of Stanzi, for 1st time. May mean nothing in bigger picture . . .— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) May 22, 2013
Chiefs OTAs QBs: Bray got 3rd team snaps today over Stanzi. Daniel had some great passes but mishandled several snaps/handoffs.— TJ Carpenter (@TJCarpenterWHB) May 22, 2013
Tyler Bray, the Chiefs 2013 undrafted free agent, over Ricky Stanzi, the Chiefs 2011 fifth round pick. This is the first day that has happened, according to the reports. We do not know if this is the only day that will happen, if this is a sign that Bray is progressing ahead of Stanzi ... or what. We don't know.
There will be plenty of speculation but to this point we really don't know what Andy Reid and the new coaching staff thinks of Stanzi. We know what previous coaching staffs thought of Stanzi but perhaps it's different with Reid.
The Chiefs don't have to make any decisions until cuts start coming down in training camp. I suspect they won't make a decision until then either.
More updates from the Chiefs Wednesday practice:
A lot of game sim at practice. Reid is always on players about staying on sideline. Per D. Johnson, it's 1 of the big changes from last yr.— TJ Carpenter (@TJCarpenterWHB) May 22, 2013
Jon Baldwin probably had his best day of OTAs since Reid took over. Looked much better coming out of routes.— TJ Carpenter (@TJCarpenterWHB) May 22, 2013
Knile Davis, who had a severe fumbling problem last year at Arkansas, dropped two rather easy passes . . .— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) May 22, 2013
C Eric Kush, a 6th rd pick, continues to have problems making snaps. He severely misfired a shotgun snap to Chase Daniel— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) May 22, 2013