How KC Chiefs plan to use Tyreek Hill at wide receiver | The Kansas City Star
The case for taking Hill off kicks and not punts, Toub said, is because kick returns are often designed to hit a certain spot of the field, which limits returners’ creativity and exposes them to more physical punishment.
“But, you know, we’d really like him to be our punt returner,” Toub said. “I know Andy has a plan for it, and we’ll just follow Andy’s plan.”
Chiefs players lead 'I believe that we will win' chant at Sporting KC game | FOX Sports
Kansas City Chiefs players Cairo Santos and Laurent Duvernay-Tardif showed their support for Sporting Kansas City by leading the "I believe that we will win" chant before the start of Saturday night's game.
KC Chiefs Cairo Santos attends Sporting KC game, meets fellow Brazilians | The Kansas City Star
“Cario is one of the top kickers in the NFL,” Feilhaber said. “It’s pretty cool to see him as the only Brazilian in the league. Maybe he will open the door for some more Brazilians who can be kickers in the NFL. They can be good at the position.”
AFC West All-Pro now understands Raiders' issue with Aqib Talib | 247 Sports
Hill spoke bout how the Broncos' star "made me so mad," during a game last season.
"He's more of a long, rangy corner," said Hill. "It's so hard to get around him. This man yelled me all the way off the field."
Schottenheimer gets royal treatment from Cowher, Hall | Observer-Reporter
Cowher, who was in his second season with the Philadelphia Eagles after three with Schottenheimer in Cleveland, was intrigued.
“He asked me how much I was making,” Cowher recalled. “I told him $125,000. He told me he had a job that would pay me half as much money with twice as many hours.”
How could Cowher refuse?
Eddie Kennison was slow to consider a pro football career — but it has taken him to the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame | theadvocate.com
It certainly did — enough for Kennison to earn a spot in the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame. He and the rest of the Class of 2017 will be inducted June 24 in Natchitoches.
When it came to Kennison's football talent, many others had suspected sooner than Kennison himself that it would take him a long way. It was perhaps the only time Kennison was slow to come around on anything.
Most of the signs were there, and had been for a while.
Mini-gallery: Orange is the new color at Charles’ camp | Port Arthur News
Charles’ camp at his alma mater took on different colors this year to reflect his recent arrival in Denver. The camp didn’t have as much star power as last year’s event when Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas and Kansas City running back Charcandrick West helped out, but a new Bronco showed up along with his college teammate.