NFL trainer who saved Ryan O’Callaghan’s life says ‘that’s what a trainer does’ | Outsports
“Do your job.” It’s become a popular mantra across the NFL, emanating from Foxborough and seeping into every locker room aiming to achieve success.
For former Kansas City Chiefs head trainer David Price, he was just doing his job when he sent offensive tackle Ryan O’Callaghan on the first steps of a six-month journey that would eventually save the player’s life.
Former Chiefs player says a counselor helped talk him out of suicide | KMBC
Ryan actually told me he was gay several years ago. He asked me not to tell anyone until he was ready to talk about it. And it appears now is that time.
Spencer Ware emerging as a leader for the Chiefs | ProFootballTalk
“There’s a lot of responsibility as far as showing leadership out here on the field and off the field,” Ware recently said, via the team’s official website. “No pressure though. I go out there every day and work how I was when I was behind Marshawn [Lynch] in Seattle and how I did when I was behind Jamaal [Charles] when I came here. It’s the same mindset and the same work ethic, I’m just a little bit older and a little more mature.”
This looks like a realistic scenario for Marcus Peters’s future with the Chiefs | Arrowhead Pride
Peters is entering the third year of his four-year contract and Teicher points out a scenario that I could see happening: Peters finishes up his rookie contract in 2018, the Chiefs use the fifth-year option on him in 2019 and then he is franchise tagged in 2020, which pushes his contract back to 2021. After Eric Berry and Justin Houston the last few years, I could see that happening.
Jeremy Maclin admits playing with a torn groin in 2016 | Baltimore Beatdown
Now, Maclin revealed the groin injury bothering him a year ago was far worse than people thought. On a podcast with ESPN's Adam Schefter, Maclin said his injury was indeed a tear in his groin. Maclin stated:
Pre-Camp Reads: Eric Murray "Night and Day" Different from Last Year | Chiefs.com
Along with fellow defensive back Daniel Sorensen, Murray, who was drafted in the fourth round (No. 106 overall) out of Minnesota last year, tied for the team-lead by playing 367 special teams snaps, which accounted for 82 percent of the overall special teams plays in 2016.
Mayor James Welcomes Chiefs Rookies to Kansas City | Chiefs.com
Kansas City Mayor Sly James formally welcomes the Chiefs Rookies to Kansas City.
Dick Harmon: BYU football media day will celebrate LaVell Edwards through his coaching tree legacy | Deseret News
Kansas City Chiefs head football coach Andy Reid will interrupt a beach house vacation with his wife and fly in to participate in the day of interviews. Reid was an offensive lineman for Edwards’ squad in the late '70s before taking jobs in college then the NFL.