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Offensive tackle Eric Fisher and quarterback Tyler Bray had vastly different experiences during the NFL draft, yet both of them ended up with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Both have a lot of people watching them, too.
Fisher was the first overall pick out of Central Michigan, and will be expected to compete for a starting job on the offensive line, though it's unclear whether it'll be on the right or left side. That could depend on what happens with Branden Albert.
Bray left Tennessee early but wasn't chosen in the draft, and signed with the Chiefs as a free agent. He's expected to compete for a roster spot, and maybe even push to be the backup QB.
The Chiefs opened a rookie minicamp Friday. It runs through the weekend.
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Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid told the media today that Branden Albert will report to OTA’s on Monday and will play left tackle. Coach Reid says Branden Albert will be at practice on Monday and will be at LT. — Reid Ferrin (@KCChiefs_Reid) May 10, 2013 Rookie Eric Fisher will play right tackle. I can’t imagine the Chiefs keep Fisher at right tackle and Albert at...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Former Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray has a rocket arm and a tall frame (6 feet 6, 215 pounds) and a skill set that NFL teams tend to dream about in a quarterback.
Yet when the NFL draft came and went last month, Brays name went unannounced by commissioner Roger Goodell.
Bray, who forfeited his senior year to come out early, waited and waited for a phone call...
Former Kansas City Chiefs great Will Shields weighed in on if he felt the number one overall pick could play either tackle position.
He said if the player is a good enough athlete it shouldn’t make a difference.
It’s about how much work a player puts in to learn each position, not much rocket science to it.
Shields played right guard, however during his 14-year career with...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The biggest question surrounding the Kansas City Chiefs, and one that had the potential to drag on for several more weeks, was answered after the first practice of rookie minicamp.
Offensive tackle Eric Fisher, the first overall pick in the NFL draft, will slide to the right side of the line, and longtime left tackle Branden Albert - the Chiefs' franchise...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. You know Jimmy Graham?
Demetrius Harris isnt well, he isnt, um, there yet.
Ive never studied them, but Ive seen (people) compare me to them, Harris, the former collegiate basketball player at Wisconsin-Milwaukee, said Saturday, where hes learning the NFL tight end ropes on the fly at the Kansas City Chiefs rookie minicamp. But...
I DON’T KNOW HOW MUCH BARBEQUE IT WILL TAKE FOR ANDY Reid TO DIG HIS GRAVE WITH HIS TEETH DOWN THERE IN KANSAS CITY, BUT LET’S HOPE THIS TEAM’S INEPT PLAY OVER THE PAST, I DON’T KNOW, 35 YEARS DOESN’T KILL HIM FIRST.LOOKING AT HOW LITTLE THEY’VE ACCOMPLISHED SINCE 1970, BUCK BUCHANNON MUST BE SPINNING LIKE A TOP IN HIS GRAVE, GOD BLESS HIM. AND LENNY DAWSON, JIM TYRER...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Kansas City Chiefs have signed offensive lineman Eric Kush and linebacker Mike Catapano, leaving six of their draft picks unsigned as they begin a rookie minicamp.
Kush was the first of the Chiefs' two sixth-round picks out of California (Pa.), while Catapano was their seventh-round selection out of Princeton.
The Chiefs announced the signings Friday...
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Kansas City Chiefs undrafted rookie quarterback Tyler Bray has an “excellent chance” of making the team’s final 53-man roster, according to Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star. The 6-6, 215-pound signal-caller appeared in 28 games (24 starts) at the University of Tennessee, completing 540 passes on 922 attempts (58.6 pct.) for 7,444 yards with 69 touchdowns and 28 interceptions...