Happy Monday everyone. We've got some big SB Nation news that I'll be discussing in a little more detail in just a little while this morning. For now, here's your daily dose of Chiefs news.
Chiefs News Chiefs Update | Chiefs Football at BobGretz.com
Haley and Weis are big on creating mismatches with their players and offensive game plan. That’s why the plan will change from opponent to opponent because of what they see from the other defense. To take advantage at the tight end position, they need a player who is a factor in the passing game and the running game.
Insider Blog: Meeting the Bob's
There have been some surprise players turn heads this spring, such as rookie free agent TE Leroy Banks. It’s a necessity for undrafted underdogs to show something now if they want the opportunity to show a little something more when the stakes get higher in training camp. Two of the dark horses who made the team last fall were hardly talked about until the pads started popping in August. That’s when Belcher and Pierre Walters made their push for slots on the 53-man roster. Each turned heads with the ability to run and hit, assets that couldn’t be shown until the pads arrived.
25th annual Celebration of Life Rally - Photo Gallery - KansasCity.com
25th annual Celebration of Life Rally Photo Gallery. Len Dawson received the 2010 cancer survivorship award.
Chiefs To Play Big Role In Labor Negotiations | KC Chiefs Blog
As the NFLPA and the league’s owners negotiate a new CBA over the next year, the Kansas City Chiefs are the only team with two players on the executive committee, which is run by free agent center Kevin Mawae. Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch, Cleveland Browns linebacker Scott Fujita, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sean Morey, Kansas City offensive guard Brian Waters, New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees, Denver Broncos safety Brian Dawkins, Baltimore Ravens cornerback Domonique Foxworth, New York Jets fullback Tony Richardson, Kansas City Chiefs outside linebacker Mike Vrabel and Indianapolis Colts Jeff Saturday make up the rest of the group.
Live Like A Chiefs Coach | KC Chiefs Blog
How would you like to live like Kansas City Chiefs defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel? All you need is $1.7 million and the desire to live just outside of Cleveland, where Crennel’s Moreland Hills four-bedroom, four-bath home is up for sale. The property was previously acquired for $1.5 million on May 2005. The 6,085-square-foot house was built in 2002 in Moreland Hills West.