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No Changes to Chiefs Unofficial Depth Chart for Seahawks Game

The Kansas City Chiefs released earlier today the unofficial depth chart for this weekend's game against the Seattle Seahawks.

(Edit: Funny story, actually.  For a short time this morning, the Chiefs accidentally put out the press release from a Chiefs/Seahawks game in 2005.  It was quickly replaced but looking at the offensive line depth chart - Roaf, Waters, Wiegmann and Shields - wasn't such a bad thing.)

No changes were made but there will be two, however, by the next depth chart. The arrival of Andy Alleman and Ikechuku Ndukwe mean they'll be added somewhere on the list below.

  • RG: Mike Goff, Tavares Washington, Colin Brown
  • C: Rudy Niswanger, Eric Ghiaciuc
  • LG: Brian Waters, Wade Smith, Daryl Harris

I'm thinking Washington and Brown can fairly easily be jumped.  Washington has spent a significant portion of camp in 'No Man's Land' while Brown is just a rookie. 

I'll need to wait for a few camp reports before I can decide how the center position might be affected. 

Waters, of course, is sticking with the one's but like Washington, Smith has spent some time injured so I can't imagine his spot is secure.

I've got a few more notes on the depth chart after the jump.

Dwayne Bowe on the third team - He's still listed with the third team even though he's clearly been the best receiver on the field in both games.  I wouldn't read anything into this - definitely a motivational tool at this point.

Sean Ryan is still ahead of Brad Cottam - We still have no idea where we stand on tight ends.  I'm not sure whether to make anything of this.

Damion McIntosh ahead of Barry Richardson - Richardson played with the first team last week and even started Friday's game against the Vikings.  He didn't play great, according to more than a few folks, so McIntosh replaced him at the start of the second quarter.

Alfonso Boone ahead of Tyson Jackson - TJ participated with the first team today.  He will (hopefully) see a lot more action in game three.

You can view the entire depth chart here.

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