The arguments for not waiting and starting Patrick Mahomes now | Arrowhead Pride
The overarching goal of every team in the NFL is to win the Super Bowl. So, can Alex Smith win a Super Bowl? The obvious answer is “we don’t know”, but ultimately it comes down to your personal opinion.
If you believe Alex Smith can win a Super Bowl then there is no reason you shouldn’t want him as your starter on opening day in 2017.
Darrelle Revis, Earl Thomas among top CFB DBs I've scouted | NFL.com
The 5-foot-11, 211-pounder with 4.47 speed and a 43-inch vertical jump intrigued scouts so much that he was considered a potential cornerback as a pro. While Berry didn't make the move to the island as a pro, he certainly has displayed spectacular cover skills and playmaking ability throughout his career. The three-time All-Pro defender has registered 14 interceptions, 50 passes defensed, 5.5 sacks and five touchdowns in 86 games while roaming the middle of the Kansas City Chiefs' defense. He's also shown impressive grit and toughness in overcoming Hodgkin lymphoma at the peak of his career. Considering Berry's overall impact as a leader on and off the field, it's possible that I underrated him when he entered the league in 2010.
Four reasons the Raiders are a lock to make the playoffs | Silver And Black Pride
While the Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Chargers were hiring new head coaches and the Kansas City Chiefs fired their GM, the Raiders will be returning essentially the same staff. The Raiders did not resign former Offensive Coordinator Bill Musgrave, but his replacement, Todd Downing, had served as Quarterbacks coach the previous two seasons. Downing has a better relationship with Carr which was a big reason the Raiders promoted Downing.
Who is 49ers tight ends coach Jon Embree? | Niners Nation
In 2006, Embree hit the big time. Herm Edwards hired him to be the Kansas City Chiefs tight ends coach. Embree worked under offensive coordinator Mike Solari in 2006 and 2007 and Chan Gailey in 2008. During those three years Embree was lucky enough to be able to coach Tony Gonzalez, one of the greatest tight ends in the history of the NFL.
Chiefs QB Alex Smith Steps in to Help Push Raiders Fan in Wheelchair | Bleacher Report
At the American Century Celebrity Golf Championship on Friday, the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback noticed a couple of Oakland Raiders fans having a hard time. He stepped in to help, with the gentleman in the wheelchair unaware he was being assisted by a Pro Bowl quarterback.