The Book on Deshaun Watson: Scouting polarizing Clemson QB | NFL.com
If I could pick a few teams that would perfectly match his talents, I would cite the Chiefs, Bills, Giants and Cardinals as strong fits. The Chiefs, in particular, would be an ideal situation due to the presence of a proven QB developer (Andy Reid) and a veteran QB (Alex Smith) that would allow Watson to redshirt until he is ready for a bigger role. Considering how the strategy worked for Aaron Rodgers and Philip Rivers, Watson would certainly benefit from joining a team with a long-term developmental plan in place.
Today in Sports history | The Spec
1963 AFL's Dallas Texans become the Kansas City Chiefs.
2017 NFL Season: One Early Prediction for Each Team | FOX Sports
Alex Smith is the placeholder for winning teams who just can’t get over the hump. The Chiefs desperately want someone who will lead the team to victory rather than avoid mistakes that tank it. Tony Romo is talented enough and has enough weapons that if he stays healthy the Chiefs could challenge in the AFC.
Schefter Houston Texans Best Fit For Cowboys' QB Tony Romo | Fan Rag
"The best fit would be a winning organization that can protect him with an offensive line and has a chance to be competitive. Denver’s got questions about its offensive line. I think Houston’s got some questions. I think Houston would probably be the best fit to me. Especially on offense."
Kansas City Chiefs have ways to free up some salary cap room | ESPN
LB Tamba Hali. 2017 cap charge: $8.6 million. Savings if he’s released: $0. It would actually cost the Chiefs more against their cap to release him (about $8.9 million) than to retain him. So if the Chiefs release Hali, it wouldn’t be for financial reasons.
Former Wildcat and NFL player takes Enterprise students on shopping spree | dothaneagle.com
Former Enterprise Wildcats standout and current NFL player TJ Barnes holds an essay contest every year for Enterprise and Montgomery students. The winners got the chance to go on a shopping spree at Toys-R-Us in Dothan. Barnes, currently a member of the Kansas City Chiefs, chose two Enterprise students and two Montgomery students for this year’s contest.