Good morning, friends! A very light day for Kansas City Chiefs news. Here's what we could find. Enjoy.
The NFL’s last work stoppage in 1987 happened before some of the current Chiefs players were born. Even for those who were alive back then, the owner-imposed lockout is uncharted territory.
With that in mind, some veterans have called the players to Kansas City on Tuesday for an informational meeting on the labor situation and other matters.
The group is led by offensive linemen Rudy Niswanger and Brian Waters and linebacker Mike Vrabel.
"We want to make sure guys have an understanding of what the future weeks and months could look like," Niswanger said.
Chiefs Players Have Informational Meeting from KC Star
Before they arrived at Red Land, Slayton had already built a winning program. Big-man tandems of Robbie Agnone and Mike Cox (now a Kansas City Chiefs fullback) also took the Patriots to the PIAA quarterfinals earlier in the decade, then Jermaine Marshall (now at Penn State) and Kendall Hinze successfully worked the high-low before the Z-Force entered the fray.
But no predecessors were nearly as physically imposing as Zack and Zangari.
Big Story: Red Land's 'Z-Force' Takes Final Bow from PennLive.com
Temple Owl defensive lineman Muhammad Wilkerson is reportedly rising on draft boards throughout the NFL and it's easy to see why...
...He's expected to be picked somewhere in the second half of the first round, but he might go higher if he continues to impress.
According to Wilson, he has already paid a visit to the Baltimore Ravens and Kansas City Chiefs. He visits coming up to Seattle and Tennessee.