Happy Friday! We have another day of Kansas City Chiefs news for you. There isn't a lot this morning, but we do get to catch up with everyone's favorite chicken salad making former Chiefs' QB. Enjoy.
There’s a motto I’ve heard more than one coach say over the years – if you aren’t cheating, you aren’t trying.
I’m a law and order kind of guy, but there’s one thing I can assure you is happening and that’s offensive coordinators talking to quarterbacks and defensive coordinators talking to linebackers and trainers and doctors talking to injured and rehabbing players. I would not want my team to find itself at a disadvantage when the season does begin because the rules were followed to the letter.
Breaking the Rules... Morning Cup O'Chiefs from Bob Gretz
According to Ledbetter, 40 members of the Oakland Raiders are set to hold a passing camp next week with Seymour leading the defense and QB Jason Campbell leading the offense.
To be fair, Matt Cassel has been leading practices with some of his receivers and safeties Jon McGraw and Reshard Langford in Kansas City. While it is good that there are Chiefs working out together, there have been no reports that Cassel has come anywhere close to assembling 40 players.
Are the Raiders Outworking the Chiefs During the Lockout? from Arrowhead Addict
The Kannapolis Education Foundation will honor former A.L. Brown football star Ethan Horton as the recipient of its Kannapolis Citizen of the Year Award...
...Horton also had an outstanding NFL career as a tight end. He played for the Kansas City Chiefs, Los Angeles Raiders and the Washington Redskins. He made the Pro Bowl in 1992.
Kannapolis to Honor Ethan Horton from The Salisbury Post
Kansas City: The Chiefs are young, but several pieces return. Yes, there will be a new offensive coordinator in Bill Muir, but he was an assistant in Kansas City last year. Coach Todd Haley will have a major role in the offense as well. Not much is changing.
Who Is and Isn't Hurt by Lockout from ESPN
Local author and former NFL player Casey Printers met with student athletes at Marshall High School to offer friendly advice on preparing for life after high school. Hosted by Marshall's Library Media Center staff, the author visit gave students the opportunity to hear first-hand accounts of Printers' education and life experiences that led to his successful career in sports.
Local Author Visits Students at Marshall High School from FortBendNow.com