- Chiefs n Chopper gave us the heads up on Damon Huard being named the Kansas City Chiefs starting QB.
- raven81 wonders if Mike Solari's playcalling is to blame for the Chiefs lack of offensive production.
- stevedebergHOF reports that the Chiefs have signed kick returner Eddie Drummond. The FanHouse has some info as well.
- Checking in with the Broncos, we find out that new Bronco running back Travis Henry has nine children with nine different women. And those are the ones he knows about.
- Around draft time this year, there was some talk of the Chiefs taking Tennessee defensive tackle Justin Harrell. Acme Packing Company wonders if Harrell will turn out to be a bust.
It appears that Herm Edwards and Carl Peterson especially felt that Croyle needs more time before he's ready to be a starter. I feel like this position was Croyle's to lose and that last Thursday's game only harmed his position on the depth chart. I'm moving forward with this decision with Brodie Croyle eventually taking over the starting QB job in mind. Croyle will be an important piece of the puzzle for the Kansas City Chiefs in the coming years. Now that the quarterback position has been decided, lets not forget that there are a lot of other positions for the Chiefs that could see eventual starters develop this season. As the signing of Eddie Drummond showed, the Chiefs are still unsure about who will fill the kick returner position. Beyond Eddie Kennision and Dwayne Bowe sit a host of young wideouts. Brodie Croyle is only one of the many young faces that will fill the Chiefs roster in the coming years.
I'm imagining Huard getting the news and doing a giant fist pump. You know the guy is excited for his first starting, NFL season.
And come on Travis Henry. Nine kids? Nine different women? After a certain point he's gotta be trying to do that. I'm still recovering from my weekend adventure at Monkey Island so forgive the light thoughts. I reverted to being 8 years old and jumped off a dock about 50 times yesterday and I'm feeling the aftermath of that today.