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Bryan Stewart is primarily a film analyst for Arrowhead Pride, first starting in the summer of 2021. Stewart’s football background includes completion of the the full Scouting Academy film evaluation and area scouting curriculum, participation in a free agency player grading program that published scouting reports for NFL personnel staffs to see in 2022, and more than four years as a coach at varying levels of the sport.

Arrowhead Pride’s 2023 NFL season predictions

Division, wild card, conference, and Super Bowl champion picks — Arrowhead Pride has you covered.

Assessing who’s under the most pressure without Chris Jones on Chiefs’ defense

Everyone on Kansas City’s defense will need to elevate their game if Jones misses regular season action.

How the Chiefs’ red-zone offense can be as good as ever

Kansas City’s versatile receiver talents (and an improved offensive line) pose significant problems for opponents.

Examining all the issues surrounding Chris Jones’ contract extension

Should Kansas City extend the All-Pro defensive lineman’s contract at all costs?

Re-assessing the Chiefs’ wide receivers after Kadarius Toney’s injury

For however long they may be without Toney, Kansas City’s offense has to find wideouts who can fill the void.

3 Chiefs defenders who could have big impacts in 2023

In its fifth year under Steve Spagnuolo, Kansas City’s defense better represents his vision.

How 2 Chiefs cornerbacks are helping transform Steve Spagnuolo’s defense

The versatility and skill of Trent McDuffie and L’Jarius Sneed are not to be taken for granted.

Why Jawaan Taylor’s value is greatest at right tackle for Chiefs

The idea that the right tackle can’t be highly paid is long outdated.

How recent drafts have led to the best Chiefs roster in years

It’s difficult to poke holes in Kansas City’s current depth chart.

Why the Chiefs don’t have to use a high draft pick on a wide receiver

Many believe that Kansas City must — and will — take a wide receiver in the first round.