The Kansas City Chiefs specialists are made up of the trio of longtime Chiefs punter
Dustin Colquitt, third-year kicker Cairo Santosand fourth-year long snapper James Winchester.
Colquitt shares the title of longest-tenured Chiefs player with linebacker
Derrick Johnson, as both players were selected by Kansas City in the 2005 NFL Draft.
Both Santos (2014) and Winchester (2013) began their careers as undrafted free agents, Santos with the Chiefs and Winchester with the Philadelphia Eagles. Winchester signed with the Chiefs in March 2015 after having no team for the duration of the 2014 season.
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5. ARTICLE: Chiefs Strength Coach Barry Rubin Remembers College Teammate Joe Delaney
According to current Chiefs head strength coach Barry Rubin, who has a special connection with Delaney as they were college teammates for three years at Northwestern State, the moment Delaney is most remembered for wasn't out of his character. It simply allowed the rest of the world, whether they were football fans or not, to learn of the man who never put himself above anyone else.
"He was very humble and came from a very humble background," Rubin recalled of Delaney. "I remember seeing him one day at practice and he wore these cowboy boots—they were huge. I said, ‘Joe, what size shoe do you wear?' He goes, ‘9.' I said ‘Joe, those are not size 9. They're 12 or 12 and a half.' He took them off and showed them to me and said he'd just stuff the inside with some newspaper." READ
On Thursday, the NFL announced the winning games for each team. Per NFL.com, the 96 games (from a pool of 160) that were chosen are listed below...
...Chiefs: 1994 Week 7 vs. Broncos (Joe Montana vs. John Elway); 2015 AFC Wild Card Game vs. Texans (Chiefs pitch a shutout); 1993 AFC Divisional Round vs. Oilers (Montana, Marcus Allen lead 4Q comeback win)
NFL players help Newberry raise funds for stadium from The T and D
More than 100 alumni and friends of Newberry College gathered June 24 to officially kick off fundraising efforts for the college's new athletic stadium project.
The event, themed "A Night with Our Pros," outlined plans for a new stadium construction project and recognized more than 25 Wolves football alumni who went on to have opportunities in professional leagues...
...A rousing "halftime" speech by Scherrens led Ron Parker (Kansas City Chiefs) to interrupt the presentation to offer his support with a naming gift for the football locker room.