The Saturday afternoon tilt between the Kansas City Chiefs and Seattle Seahawks at Arrowhead Stadium won’t likely offer too much intel on the starting units for both teams. However, in regards to the second and third strings, the Chiefs have several veterans and talented first year players, that have the opportunity to make significant noise in 2016.
August 12, 2016
With another full day of practices scheduled for Wednesday leading up to the Kansas City Chiefs first exhibition game on Saturday versus the Seattle Seahawks, training camp is about half over. In the first ten days, some young names are making an impression that could impact both sides of the ball in 2016 and beyond.
August 9, 2016
At the early stages of training camp begins for the Kansas City Chiefs, optimism reigns supreme. That’s particularly true of KC’s offense. With a solid offensive line, a trio of playmaking running backs and a steady quarterback, all this unit needs is a productive receiving crew and someone of the 13 in camp to step out of the shadows.
July 31, 2016
On Thursday, the youngsters received another opportunity to show off their talents before the veterans arrive on the practice field this weekend. The 2016 draft class has already yielded some interesting options for Head Coach Andy Reid and his coaching staff. In fact, a few of them could open up as starters come September.
July 29, 2016
Tyreek Hill and Demarcus Robinson were controversial picks that the Kansas City Chiefs organization felt were worth the risk of the negative tone that's hit the local airwaves. After speaking to the press, both players hit the field to show that risk offers some reward for the Chiefs faithful this season.
May 9, 2016