Chiefs hire Tim Terry away from Packers as director of pro personnel | The Kansas City Star
The Chiefs have hired Tim Terry away from Green Bay to be their director of pro personnel, a source confirmed to The Star on Wednesday.
Terry, 42, will replace Will Lewis, who served in the role the last four seasons.
Terry, a former NFL linebacker, has been with the Packers since 2004, when he joined the team as a pro personnel assistant. In 2008, he was promoted to assistant director of pro personnel, the position he held until he was hired away by the Chiefs.
QB Alex Smith thinks Kansas City Chiefs committed to him only through this season | ESPN
"I think [the Chiefs are] committed to me [only] through this year,'' Smith said. "That's just the nature of it. If you don't go out there and perform, I mean, coach [Andy] Reid and [quarterbacks coach Matt Nagy] are very honest. You've got to go out there and do your deal. We all have to.
Chiefs’ selection of Patrick Mahomes didn’t surprise Alex Smith | The Kansas City Star
“I don’t think you want to shy away from anything — I just think you want to be real,” Smith said of the dynamic between two starting-caliber quarterbacks. “You want to be honest, almost even embrace (it). Sometimes it can be awkward, and it is. But you just embrace that and be real, and I think everybody kind of appreciates that. I just kind of emphasized that to him, that any of that extra curricular stuff that goes on elsewhere just doesn’t take place here. That’s just kind of the environment we have.”
Broncos mailbag: Why no new inside linebackers? What about C.J., stadium name? | 9news.com
As for Anderson, he’s guaranteed to make $3 million this season. He’s still the favorite to be the Broncos’ top tailback. The Broncos brought in the great Jamaal Charles but because of his knee injuries, I’d put his chances of making the season-opening roster at 50-50.
To diffuse awkwardness, Alex Smith 'honest' in talk with Patrick Mahomes II | ESPN
Smith became familiar with Mahomes and his game before the draft. The Chiefs' coaching staff, as they do each year, showed combine video of each of the draftable QBs to the veteran quarterbacks, Smith included.
"The little bit you saw, he was a kid with a big arm," Smith said. "He could throw it. This certainly wasn't in-depth analysis we were doing. We were having fun with it more than anything."
The Day - ESPN’s Chris Berman delivers heartfelt eulogy at services for his wife | TheDay.com
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick, Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid and former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly were among those in attendance. Numerous well-known ESPN personalities were also on hand, including Scott Van Pelt, Barry Melrose, Sal Paolantonio, Karl Ravech, Bob Ley, Herman Edwards, Chris Mortensen and Tom Jackson, Berman’s longtime partner on “NFL Countdown” and one of his closest friends.
NFL owners likely to approve second IR-return player | NFL.com
NFL Network's Judy Battista reported Wednesday that at next week's Spring League Meeting, owners plan to vote on a proposal allowing a second player to come off injured reserve in a season. The proposal is likely to pass, per Battista.
Here's Why NFL Players Love Wonder Woman | Comicbook.com
"To me Wonder Woman is someone that can always be there for you," Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce said, before Green Bay Packer linebacker Clay Matthews describes her as "calm" and "courageous."