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Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles made an appearance on NFL Network’s “NFL AM” on Thursday and stated that they’ll be running the pistol offense under new head coach Andy Reid this season. “I ran it my rookie year and I love it,” Charles said, via NFL.com. ”I ain’t never been around no offense that’s about to be explosive and about to put me in space and making me make plays. I see Frank Gore had success with (the pistol) with the (San Francisco) 49ers. If he can have success, I hope I can have success as well.” Charles says he has never been around a coach like Reid. “He’s a great coach. I ain’t never been around no coach like that. … I’m doing all kind of stuff in this offense right now. I don’t want to tell the secret of what I’m doing … just sit back and watch,” said Charles. Charles likes what he’s seen from quarterback Alex Smith. He said he’s “hungry” for a Super Bowl. “He looks real good,” Charles said. Charles also believes that
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Before the 2013 offseason, the Chiefs had a lot talent on their team, but they were still in need of a good quarterback. The Chiefs made a deal with the 49ers in order to make Alex Smith a Chief during this offseason.
Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles already thinks very high of Alex Smith. Charles thinks of Smith as a Super Bowl-caliber winning quarterback.
Charles said this on...
With Tony Moeaki not being able to stay healthy throughout a whole season, as well as offseason, and Anthony Fasano being able to be a reliable blocker and red-zone target yet not having the ability to stretch the field, the Chiefs third round pick, Travis Kelce does have the ability to stretch the field, as well as being a reliable blocker. Travis Kelce has a sort of unique size...
The Kansas City Chiefs selected Arkansas Razorbacks running back Knile Davis with their third-round pick of the 2013 NFL Draft (96th overall).
Davis has the size and speed (6’0, 227, 4.37) to be able to contribute his rookie season.
However, with fellow RB Jamaal Charles the workhorse of the offense, Davis could give Charles a breather while providing some power running in...
The Kansas Chiefs No. 1-overall pick, Eric Fisher played left tackle for Central Michigan and later raised eyebrows at the Senior Bowl and then at the 2013 NFL Scouting Combine.
Fisher is working on making the switch to right tackle for the Chiefs and went through his first offseason training program, Fisher talked about his experience coming into the NFL.
Fisher is now getting...
Jamaal Charles is the obvious starting running back for the Kansas City Chiefs, with his breakaway speed, and his ability to evade tackles he was able to rush for 1,500 yards. Charles ranked fifth among all the running backs in the 2012 season, and ranked twentieth of all NFL players. Charles also had two two-hundred yard rushing games this season, tying for first for the most...
The Kansas City Chiefs have been exploring ways to use the pistol formation during the offense and recruited help from Chris Ault as a consultant, former coach of the University of Nevada.
The team ran a bunch of plays out of the formation during OTAs and running back Jamaal Charles thinks it is going to be a big part of the offense.
Charles enjoyed running out of the ‘pistol’...
The Kansas City Chiefs have a new coach in Andy Reid, a new quarterback in Alex Smith, and a totally new outlook on the future of their franchise. Chiefs star running back is feeling the new look offense, which includes former Nevada coach Chris Ault and his pistol offense. Ault and his offense are the reason [...]
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The Kansas City Chiefs are full of confidence after switching regimes, hiring Andy Reid as head coach, and trading for Alex Smith.
Smith may not necessarily beat an elite NFL quarterback, but he’s had recent success as a starter, and is a definite upgrade over Matt Cassel.
Smith’s teammates seem to have confidence in him, and Jamaal Charles told Around The League that he thinks...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Sedarius has Grandpa's grace, Grandpa's fifth gear. Carolyn Delaney can scarcely believe it herself. Lord, there it is: Joe's gait. Joe's burst. It's like a ghost chasing a ghost.
"He holds the ball close to him," Carolyn gushes, proudly, as she describes her grandson.
Sedarius is 13 now, part heat-seeking missile, part greyhound...
The Kansas City Chiefs have a new coach in Andy Reid, a new quarterback in Alex Smith, and a totally new outlook on the future of their franchise.
Chiefs star running back is feeling the new look offense, which includes former Nevada coach Chris Ault and his pistol offense.
Ault and his offense are the reason Colin Kaepernick are the talk of the NFL today.
Charles joined NFL AM...
In college football, we often see far more creativity than we do at the professional level. Part of that is simply due to the sheer number of teams in the college ranks versus the number in the NFL. Because teams must often choose players that aren't top ranked prospects, offenses and defenses have to be tailored to each team's needs.
Still, every now and then, an innovation...
Bill Williamson of ESPN.com writes that the Kansas City Chiefs could make TE Tony Moeaki available via trade.
Moeaki, 26, has dealt with some injuries since entering the league and the Chiefs have already added Anthony Fasano during free agency and recently drafted Travis Kelce in third round.
Williamson adds that he wouldn’t be shocked to see Kansas City look to get something...
The Kansas City Chiefs went to work after the 2013 NFL Draft was over signing some undrafted free agents, 17 of them coming within just 3 hours. Here is a list of them below!
Missouri DE Brad Madison
Vanderbilt DE Rob Lohr
Wisconsin-Milwaukee Demetrius Harris
Kansas FS Bradley McDougald
Jackson State WR Rico Richardson
Columbia DE/LB Josh Martin
Sacramento State TE...