At corner the Chiefs have a young set of players that haven't played enough or at all. Philip Gaines and Stephen Nelson headline the stable of young corners on the Chiefs roster not named Marcus Peters. Gaines looks to be the starter at this point but injury questions make that questionable. Nelson has talent but is better suited for the nickel corner role. Both Jamell Fleming and Marcus Cooper are moving to safety this season so that leaves the Chiefs with very little depth with any kind of experience.
He’s not the only pro player down there, either. Kansas City Chiefs’ kicker Cairo Santos and Miami Dolphins’ punter Matt Darr is working out with the camp. Camp director Dan Lundy posted a couple of videos on his Instagram page, too.
The vision of Lesnar emerging from a dog pile, holding a Chiefs’ helmet high into the sky as if it was a title belt was, quite frankly, the most entertaining thing I’ve ever witnessed in two decades of covering NFL training camps. Again, the Chiefs weren’t entertained. Kansas City general manager Carl Peterson was fuming, threatening to never practice the Vikings again. Kansas City coach Dick Vermeil snorted this of Lesnar: "This ring is too big for him. This is a different sport."
Eric Berry is one of my favorite members of the Kansas City Chiefs. But, when it comes to building a long-term contract for Berry, his greatest on-field strength is replaceable and his weaknesses become matchup nightmares in the Chiefs defense. So, where should the Chiefs plant their flag in the Berry negotiations?
Talking exclusively to Daily Mail.com with his brother Husain, who was a Kansas City Chiefs Safety player, Hamza said: ‘I think we have to be careful of valuing one life over the other. ‘All life is sacred. I have four children so whenever a murder is committed, that is someone’s child, that is someone’s brother, sister, mother, father, cousin, uncle. ‘We need to understand as human beings that all life is sacred.