Tom Brady's injury situation has to be a little more interesting to the Chiefs with every passing day. While it's hard to imagine Brady wouldn't be ready to play against the Chiefs on opening day, the possibility apparently exists.
"He knows where he’s at in his career," Herm Edwards said of Surtain. "He knows eventually he’s going to turn the torch over to these guys. That’s what the good pros do. They know when their time is coming. They start working to help getting the young guys ready to play."
That’s the curse of an older player who survives a massive veteran purge. He becomes a resource for the younger players.
I can't tell you today whether or not Sippio will make the team. My guess is that he won't. But one thing is becoming clear: the wide receivers who will play for the Chiefs when the season begins will come from this group: Bowe, Devard Darling, Franklin, Price and Webb. Not Bobby Sippio.
And that's something the billions of Bobby Sippio fans out there will just have to deal with.