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Chiefs sign S Andrew Soroh

The Chiefs added a safety to their roster on Friday. The agents for safety Andrew Soroh announced that their client had agreed to a deal with Kansas City. It’s a second tour of duty with the Chiefs for Soroh. He signed with the team after a tryout at their rookie minicamp last spring and became [more]

Report: Teams will remain at their facilities for training camp

The NFL is planning for teams to hold training camps on the usual schedule this summer, but it appears there will be changes to operations. One appears to be that teams that usually head away for camp may be staying at home as the league continues to make adjustments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Pete [more]

Chiefs pause Super Bowl celebration in show of solidarity

The Chiefs have taken a victory lap this offseason, allowing their fans to relive every game from 2019 that ended in the Super Bowl LIV title. The ReLIV campaign was scheduled to wrap up this week. The Chiefs, though, have suspended the commemoration in light of George Floyd’s death last week and the unrest that [more]

Patrick Mahomes hopes America can learn from the diversity of locker rooms

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes released a statement decrying the divisions that have been evidence in America in recent days and pointing to locker rooms as a place where America moves apst racial differences. Mahomes discussed his own background as a biracial man in America and his experience playing sports with people from different backgrounds. “First, [more]

Deshaun Watson upbeat about his contract outlook

The Texans exercised the fifth-year option on Deshaun Watson‘s contract for 2021. It will pay him $17.3 million. Both he and the Texans want a long-term deal for the quarterback. The Texans have had preliminary conversations about a new deal with Watson’s agent, David Mulugheta. It is early in the process, but the Texans likely [more]

Chris Jones, Chiefs have had no recent negotiations

A report Thursday indicated there is “not much traction” between the Chiefs and Chris Jones in contract talks. Of course, it’s hard to make progress when you haven’t talked. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media shed further light on the negotiations — or lack thereof — between the Chiefs and Jones’ representation: The sides have held [more]

Report: “Not much traction” on long-term deal for Chris Jones

DeForest Buckner‘s $84 million extension with the Colts didn’t make things any easier for the Chiefs in their contract talks with Chris Jones. The Chiefs still hope to get a long-term deal with Jones, but there is “not much traction” on a contract, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports. Deadlines tend to drive deals, and, since [more]

Report: Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes commence contract negotiations

When it comes to signing a young franchise quarterback to a second contract, the sooner the team gets it done, the cheaper it will be. The Chiefs officially have commenced the process of getting a long-term deal done with quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star reports that negotiations between the Chiefs and [more]

4th-and-15 alternative shouldn’t be available to the team that is leading

The 4th-and-15 alternative to the onside kick, as currently formulated, would allow a team to use it up to twice per game, even if the team is leading. And that would be a mistake. The scrimmage play is being proposed primarily as a way to give the team that is trailing a chance to close [more]

Patrick Mahomes keeps it short and sweet during Texas Tech commencement speech

Patrick Mahomes gets it. The 2018 NFL MVP and reigning Super Bowl MVP’s remarks to Texas Tech graduates during Saturday’s virtual commencement exercise lasted less than two minutes, via Adam Teicher of “I know this isn’t the graduation ceremony that you and your families had envisioned, but that doesn’t change the outcome or all [more]

Herm Edwards thinks rewarding hiring with draft picks is a bad idea

Former Jets and Chiefs head coach Herm Edwards does not agree with the proposal to reward teams that hire minority coaches and GMs with better draft picks. The proposal, which NFL owners decided to table this week, would have moved a team up 10 spots in the third round of the draft if it had [more]

Chiefs will begin contract talks with Patrick Mahomes this summer

The Chiefs want to sign Patrick Mahomes to a long-term contract sooner than later. They thus will begin contract talks with Mahomes’ agent sooner than later. “The negotiations are something we’ll be getting into this summer,” Chiefs owner Clark Hunt said on a Facebook Live event with 105.3 The Fan in Dallas. “But what he [more]

Chiefs punters working together as they compete for job

Bears head coach Matt Nagy said recently that the team isn’t going to hold a quarterback competition on Zoom, but the Chiefs are taking a slightly different approach to finding a new punter. The Chiefs released Dustin Colquitt after a 238-game run in Kansas City and they’ve brought in Tyler Newsome and Tommy Townsend as [more]

Steve Spagnuolo hopes change of scenery does Taco Charlton some good

The Dolphins signed defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah as a free agent in March and that move likely helped set the stage for their decision to release Taco Charlton in April. Ogbah, who had 5.5 sacks in 10 games last year, came to Miami from Kansas City and the Chiefs filled the opening in their defensive [more]

Dave Toub not sure how much returning Mecole Hardman will be doing

The Chiefs drafted Mecole Hardman in the second round last year because they thought he could make big plays for them on offense and on special teams. Hardman proved them right on both fronts. He scored six touchdowns and averaged 20.7 yards on his 26 catches while also returning a kickoff for a touchdown on [more]

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