KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- In a steel-cage match of unknown vs. unknown, better to go with the devil you know as opposed to the devil you don't. Of course, when you don't know either devil for squat, all bets are off.
And so with two weeks left until the 2013 Kansas City Chiefs training camp begins, as to the question of Chase Daniel's backup -- Tyler Bray or Ricky Stanzi -- your guess is as good as ours. Better, probably.
With the No. 3 quarterbacking derby, a spring of mixed messages continued into June. Toward the end of organized team activities and into mini-camp, Bray, the undrafted rookie out of the University of Tennessee, was getting a larger share of reps with the reserves. New coach Andy Reid singled him out several times for praise, although usually as a response to media prodding.
But then, just as soon as we were ready to start the standing eight count on Slick Rick, came a nugget from the National Football Post late last month in which sources decreed that Stanzi had an "...