Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 6/20


Good morning! Here is today's Kansas City Chiefs news. Enjoy!

Chiefs Q&A: Quarterbacks Coach Matt Nagy from The Mothership

The Kansas City Chiefs are just over one month away from reporting to training camp in St. Joseph, Missouri, including the team's QBs and rookies, who are slated to arrive on Monday, July 22. From there, the team continues on its 2013 journey that began in January with the hiring of Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, general manager John Dorsey and the entire coaching staff, including Chiefs quarterbacks coach Matt Nagy.

I sat down with coach Nagy to discuss the busy offseason that was, the progress of Chiefs QB Alex Smith and more.

No Contract Yet For Desmond Bishop from WBAY

According to the Vikings defensive coordinator, Desmond Bishop had a good workout for Minnesota on Wednesday. He also took a physical.

But as of Wednesday night, there's still no contract.

Leach Would Be A Tight Fit For Chiefs from ESPN

It appears the Kansas City Chiefs are not going to make a push for fullback Vonta Leach unless the team can come up with some cap room.

Andre Reed Ready To Return To NFL; This Time As A Chiefs Coach from The Morning Call

Reed said he was assigned to the Chiefs, which answers the question many might have - why not the Bills?

"I couldn't have picked a better situation because what Andy did with the Eagles is well-documented," he said. "I have nothing against Chip Kelly and I am excited to see what he brings with his Oregon-style of play, but Andy has done so much for the game."

Broaddus: Analyzing Opponents' Starting Rookie O-Linemen from

The Kansas City Chiefs are a strange team in that you study their roster and you see what appears to be talented players, but in the end, it doesn't add up to wins. I did several games this spring while studying tackle Eric Winston and running the ball was not an issue for this club, but Andy Reid and John Dorsey felt that spending the first overall selection an offensive tackle was necessary. The club was trying to trade left tackle Branden Albert before the draft but could not work out a deal, so he will once again line up as the starter and the top player on my big board, while Eric Fisher of Central Michigan will play his rookie season on the right side.

Titans Add Tackle Barry Richardson from National Football Post

On Wednesday, the Titans agreed to a deal with veteran tackle Barry Richardson, who made 33 starts at right tackle over four years with the Kansas City Chiefs and started all 16 games for the St. Louis Rams last season.

O-Zone: Glimpse Of The Future from

Not to downplay Austen Lane's talent, but he was picked up by the Kansas City Chiefs - our Week 1 opponent. The Chiefs might have picked him up for more reasons than his talent!

John: Yeah, maybe, but I never lose a lot of sleep about that storyline. Teams might glean a bit from such an acquisition, but not as much as some people might believe.

Fifty Years from The Great Bend Tribune

Hey Chiefs' fans, I know it seems like 50 years since the guys with the arrowheads on their hashelmets had a winning season but it's not quite that bad.

Actually, it was 50 years ago about now that owner Lamar Hunt, general manager Jack Steadman and coach Hank Stram packed up what little they had and left Dallas as the Texans and showed up in Kansas City, Mo., and and became our beloved Chiefs.

What a trio.

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