“I just want to be kind of funny and lighten up everyone’s mood before we start the hard times of training camp,” Sherman said. “I have to try to one up myself from the year before, so every year I try to do something different.”
Like many of his teammates, Morse said he was shocked at the breakup between the Chiefs and former general manager John Dorsey. Morse develop a friendship with Dorsey, who selected the third-year veteran from Missouri in the second of the 2015 NFL draft.
USA Today reports the Vikings and Chiefs are among just 12 NFL teams — out of 32 — that will leave their headquarters for training camp this summer. Next year, thanks to the Vikings, that list will have at least one fewer name.
Based on how both sides sounded during a news conference on Thursday, the chances of an extension appear good.
“Our intention is to come back,” Chiefs president Mark Donovan said about returning to St. Joseph for another season.
Kansas City Chiefs players and Coaches work during training camp practice on Thursday.
The extension is for one year, a source told The Star, and should keep Witzmann under contract through the 2018 season.
I was a little surprised not to see Marcus Peters above 90 - he’s at 88. I was also surprised to see Tyreek Hill was a 97 and not a 99 in speed. Please show me what 99 speed looks like, Madden.
26. Bills (via Chiefs): WR Christian Kirk, Texas A&M
It’s no secret Patriots fans can’t wait for Roger Goodell to make his way to Gillette Stadium for the season opener against the Kansas City Chiefs.
He’s a complete surprise. When the Chiefs took him I had no idea who he was, and most people I spoke with didn’t expect him to instantly with the center spot (though some Missouri fans told me he’d be a stud, I assumed it was homerism).
He’s an overachiever who has overcome a significant physical deficiency (a lack of strength and weight at a position where that can hurt you).
Watching him play in space is borderline unbelievable
“Generally, I’m not going to tell our head coach or our GM not to bring in a player if they think that player can bring us some success on the field and make us better,” Hunt told NBC Sports Radio. “Now there are certain circumstances where guys get in trouble off the field and that is something as an organization and as a family we care about. We’re not going to bring those types of players in. In terms of a player like Colin, I would have no hesitation bringing him into the organization.”
Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre weigh in on how Clark Hunt's defense of Colin Kaepernick's football acumen puts other team owners in an odd position
Richardson worked out for the Kansas City Chiefs in November but wasn't back to full speed following the knee surgery. Two other teams have reached out recently expressing interest in the 2011 Heisman Trophy finalist.
A perennial playoff contender under Andy Reid, the Chiefs figure to exercise even more patience. With steady veteran Alex Smith at the helm, Reid boasts the NFL's best regular-season record since the middle of the 2015 season. Barring an unforeseen collapse by Smith, Reid will have the luxury of a deliberate development path with talented but raw first-round pick Patrick Mahomes.