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Andy Reed of the Chiefs provides injury updates for Jodi Fortson and Skyy Moore

Monday saw the end Kansas City Chiefs“Annual Rookie Junior Camp. Talk to the press right after the last session, head coach Talk about your first-round enlistment choices – along with the safety of departed Teran Mathieu – Attended some injury news.

First, he talked about second-round rookie Skye Moore, who was on hold for all three days with a hamstring injury.

“He straightened his hamstrings before he got here,” Reed said. “We’ll be ready to go when he comes back.”

Reed also made a note about the tight end of Jodi Fortson, who underwent surgery in October to repair a torn hamstring he suffered in the Chiefs’ Week 6 match against Washington.

“There is a chance you will get it in Phase 3,” Reed explained, referring to the final section of the OTA program. “We just have to see how it goes. If not, boot camp. He’s done really well in his rehab – and he’s another one of those 100mph who want to move on, but he has to be smart about that too. .

CB Jaylene Watson had given up hope that the chiefs would recruit him

Then we found out the story one of the Kansas City seventh-round picks gave to reporters on Sunday.

The Chiefs hosted him for a visit from Top 30 last month. The visit made a positive impression on Watson – but, having spent the first and fourth round selections on corner backs Trent McDuffy and Joshua Williams, he was deeply doubtful the team would take him.

“I wasn’t expecting to be late at the time,” Watson admitted. “So I was kinda frustrated. Everyone was telling me, ‘Stay off your phone,’ because I look at every pick on day three – because I knew I was going to be young on day three. Everyone kept bugging me – and they were annoying. They didn’t understand what I was going through. My head So I separated myself from the family One of my best friends and I got out to my car We were just listening to music.

“I actually saw that Kansas City had two corners — and I really wanted to go to Kansas City, so I was like, ‘Man.’ Then the call. I saw the Kansas City area code. My boyfriend and I looked at each other, our eyes got really big. They said, ‘This It’s the bosses’, and I was so excited. I just started running full speed down the street. Everyone in the house saw me and said, ‘What’s wrong? What’s wrong? Who is this?’ I was like, “They’re the bosses!”

5 Veteran Free Agents Who Can Still Help Bosses

Then, on Tuesday, Brandon Kelly highlighted some of the players who could fill big gaps in Kansas City – chief among them a 35-year-old who still plays at a high level.

1. Defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh

Suh has collected 12 sacks, 32 quarterbacks and 16 saves over the past two seasons at Tampa Bay. The only defensive maneuvers with more sacks during this stretch are Aaron Donald, Chris Jones, De Forest Buckner and Cam Hayward. For quarterbacks during that time, only Grady Jarrett and Jonathan Allen achieved more than Suh.

cues from the story? Suh can still play.

Defensive intervention is also one of the only situations in which bosses can clearly use an upgrade. It’s also one without a recent high draft pick that Suh will prevent from seeing her playing time.

When they signed with Reed last year, the Chiefs clearly saw value in adding a veteran’s inner drive. Suh’s role would be similar: to join Jones on the inside to wreak havoc on the pass.

Bosses completed 7 transactions after junior camp

We usually see bosses making some moves on the roster after our first look at the starters — and on Tuesday, We have some.

The Chiefs brought back both center Austin Reiter and wide receiver Gary Jennings, who were waived May 5 to make way for undeveloped customers ahead of the rookie small camp.

The 6-foot-4, 300-pound Glaser joins the band The Chiefs after making a good impression during his weekend audition. Glaser started 12 games guarding the Virginia Cavaliers during the 2021 season, and his college football career includes experience in both guard positions.

The Chiefs moved on from Gordon, who was on sabbatical with the club in 2021. The Chiefs are unlikely to keep five quarterbacks on the roster entering the off-season — meaning they must have loved what they saw in Kent State not built for free agent Dustin Chrom.

Brett Fitch: In the first round of the draft, ‘It was really a corner the whole time’

On Wednesday, we covered the Kansas City General Manager meeting with Professional Football Talk Mike Florioin which he spoke frankly about the Trent McDuffie buyout trade-off in Washington.

On draft day, Philadelphia—which at one time or another had made four of the five selections between 14th and 20th but entered draft day with the fifteenth and eighteenth selections—was traded the thirteenth pick to pick defensive tackle for Georgia Jordan Jordan Davis.

Then the Eagles made a big move, giving Tennessee fans the 18th pick for a wide receiver AJ Brown—which the Titans then used to take over Treylon Burks in Arkansas.

In this way, two of the teams that Veach thought would compete for McDuffie were out of the picture.

Fitch said, “That kind of opened the door for us, because I think they might have gone. [with a] corner. But with them doing the trade, we were able to double it [to] our conversation [with] New England and implement it.

“But it was really a U-turn the whole time for us. I think that kind of pushed Buffalo — because after that, they got two points ahead to get the next corner. I guess. [if] We just stayed there [at 29]both McDuffie and (Florida Kaiir) Elam [would have been] He went. So I think this was a strategy that worked in our favour.”

Patrick Mahomes and Josh Allen become good friends off the field

After two of the AFC’s best quarterbacks attended the Formula 1 Grand Prix event in South Florida over the weekend, buffalo billscaller signal Talk about the development of his relationship With the half-billion dollar man league.

Allen said, “I’ve been around a few times around Patrick, but every time I’m around him he’s just a great guy, he’s a great character, he’s fun to be around. Obviously, all the respect I have for him on the court. I think it’s a different atmosphere than people think” .

“When we step into the field we’re supposed to be competitive – it’s the old mantra that you have to hate your enemy, you know – but I would say we have a really good relationship, especially for the kind of games we tend to play in.

“He’s cool. He really is. I love being around him.”

Presidents 2022 schedule: dates, match times, opponents and more

Thursday was the day of the much-anticipated release of the league table – which began with NBC’s official announcement Where will Kansas City play? Tampa Bay Buccaneers On Sunday Football Week 4. All day long, We tracked the schedule information leaks. With the official release at 7 PM, we’ve learned where 10 of the Chiefs ’17 2022 games will be located. Then it was just a matter of filling in the blanks.

2022 schedule

week
1
Sun
September 11
@basics State Farm Stadium
Glendale, Arizona
CBS
3:25 pm
week
2
Thursday
September 15
chargers GEHA field in Arrowhead
Kansas City
Amazon
7:15 pm
week
3
Sun
September 25
Tweet embed Lucas Oil Stadium
Indianapolis
CBS
12:00 pm
week
4
Sun
October 2
Tweet embed Raymond James Stadium
Tampa
NBC
7:20 pm
week
5
Monday
October 10
Raiders GEHA field in Arrowhead
Kansas City
ESPN
7:15 pm
week
6
Sun
October 16
Invoices GEHA field in Arrowhead
Kansas City
CBS
3:25 pm
week
7
Sun
October 23
@49ers Levi’s Stadium
Santa Clara, California
Fox
3:25 pm
week
8
Farewell
week
9
Sun
November 6
titans GEHA field in Arrowhead
Kansas City
NBC
7:20 pm
week
10
Sun
November 13
Jaguar GEHA field in Arrowhead
Kansas City
CBS
12:00 pm
week
11
Sun
November 20
Tweet embed SoFi . Stadium
Los Angeles
CBS
3:25 pm
week
12
Sun
November 27
rams GEHA field in Arrowhead
Kansas City
Fox
3:25 pm
week
13
Sun
December 4
Tweet embed Paul Brown Stadium
Cincinnati
CBS
3:25 pm
week
14
Sun
December 11
Tweet embed area of ​​empowerment
Denver
NBC
7:20 pm
week
15th
Sun
December 18
Tweet embed NRG Stadium
Houston
CBS
12:00 pm
week
16
sit down
December 24
Seahawks GEHA field in Arrowhead
Kansas City
Fox
12:00 pm
week
17
Sun
January 1
Bronco GEHA field in Arrowhead
Kansas City
CBS
12:00 pm
week
18
sit down
January 7
or
Sun
January 8
@Raiders Elegant Stadium
Las vigas
To be announced
To be announced

John Dixon followed suit The best and worst matches of the Kansas City schedule. Then join Pete Sweeney, Ron Kopp, and Rocky Magaña for a Roundtable discussion of the Presidents Games for the upcoming season.

Predict the ultimate captaincy record for the 2022 NFL season

Then on Friday morning, we gave you a rundown of how to do it Las Vegas feud makers predicted the record holder for a 2022 president – Ron gave his game-by-game predictions for the year.

Week 14: Time Denver Broncos
Sunday December 11 at 7:20 p.m., NBC

These two opponents will play in the AFC for the first time this season – in mid-December. If I had to dedicate that as a feature to one team, it would be Team Broncos. Midfielder Russell Wilson will have time to rest in the system with his receivers. Meanwhile, Wilson has a history of starting seasons at a top player pace, but then it fades away. I would expect Kansas City to maintain its stifling grip on this rivalry, winning its 14th straight game against Denver.

Chiefs win (now 9-4 on the season)

Marquis Valdez-Scantling says he chose The Chiefs because it ‘looked like home’

Then we closed the week off with extensive receiver coverage in Kansas City Spoke with CBS Sports Jim Romawho said that Decide on the heads Because it felt like home.

“Obviously the opportunity in itself is to go out and be a great playmaker,” he told Roma of the Kansas City option. “Obviously, I’ve had this opportunity anywhere I’ve gone, but I think this opportunity has been a better fit for me. Some things they do aggressively. [were] Attractive to me – obviously a quarterback like Pat (Mahomes) [who] It will be here for a long time and it was also attractive. Those two things — and then, obviously, getting here and meeting everyone. It seemed appropriate. It looked like a home.”

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