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Albert Wilson says the Chiefs know what he can do

Chiefs wide receiver Albert Wilson appeared on SiriusXM’s NFL Radio Thursday afternoon. The four-year Chief will become an unrestricted free agent when the league year begins on March 14. This is the first we’ve heard from Wilson that I can recall since the season’s end. Pro Football Focus recently referred to Wilson as a must-sign player for the Chiefs, and after I reviewed his...
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31 minutes ago

Doug Pederson not happy about Alex Smith joining NFC East

Tuesday’s stunning trade that sent Alex Smith to the Washington Redskins caught plenty of attention in the football world. That includes a man preparing for the Super Bowl, Philadelphia Eagles coach Doug Pederson.Pederson, Smith’s former offensive coordinator with the Kansas City Chiefs, was not thrilled about having Smith in the NFC East.“Yeah, I just hate that we have to play him...
Via Sportsnaut
22 days ago  |  Discuss

One move each AFC team must make to unseat Patriots in 2018

It may seem like only a handful of teams have a real opportunity to unseat the New England Patriots in the AFC in a given year. But it only seems that way.Who in their right mind envisioned at the start of the season that the Jacksonville Jaguars would be up by 10 points in the fourth quarter against the Patriots in the AFC Championship Game? If you called that, this one scribe is...
Via Sportsnaut
27 days ago  |  Discuss

AFC Coaching Notes: Reid will call the plays, Jets and Titans interested in Callahan, more

Hue Jackson will be taking on a CEO-style approach this season and shed light on why he thought Todd Haley‘s experience was sufficient to unseat him as Browns play-caller. Jackson confirmed Thursday that Haley will call plays, just as he did in Pittsburgh.“This is something I’ve always dreamed of transitioning into,” Jackson said (via Mary Kay Cabot of of an arrangement...
Via Pro Football Rumors
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid will call plays for the Chiefs next season

Offensive coordinator Matt Nagy was the Kansas Chiefs’ primary play caller for the 2017 season. But Nagy is now the head coach of the Chicago Bears. Replacing Nagy as Kansas City’s play caller in 2018 will be head coach Andy Reid.“I’m gonna go back to doing that — I’ll do that,” Reid said, via Terez Paylor. “I did it at Denver, against Denver. And I was very happy with Matt (Nagy...
Via Sportsnaut
28 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrell Owens takes shots at Donovan McNabb, former coaches on Twitter

Terrell Owens has always been one to speak his mind, and now some of his former colleagues are getting caught in the crosshairs.Answering questions from fans on Twitter on Friday, the mercurial wideout took shots at ex-Philadelphia Eagles teammate Donovan McNabb as well as some of his old coaches. For one, Owens shaded Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett, saying that Garrett ran both...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 20, 2018  |  Discuss

10 biggest disappointments of NFL wild-card weekend

NFL wild-card weekend is complete, and we’re down to eight remaining teams in the postseason. Four teams are going home after suffering losses. That means plenty of goats will have an entire offseason to reflect on what went wrong for them at the worst possible time.Here’s a list of 10 big disappointments from the first weekend of the NFL playoffs.Andy Reid, ChiefsThe Chiefs’ second...
Via Larry Brown Sports
January 07, 2018  |  Discuss

Andy Reid refuses to criticize officials

The Kansas City Chiefs are heartbroken. After taking a 21-3 lead into halftime against the Tennessee Titans, it all went downhill. Ultimately, the Titans would advance with a 22-21 victory. But that’s not why Chiefs fans are so upset. Numerous calls in the second half would go against them. Moreover, a couple of them in particular were downright bad. But head coach Andy Reid doesn...
Via The Sports Post
January 07, 2018  |  Discuss

Andy Reid dresses as Santa after Chiefs clinch division

The Chiefs clinched the AFC West title after defeating the Dolphins on Sunday, which resulted in both players and coaches feeling festive after the 29-13 win.Head coach Andy Reid was clearly in the holiday spirit, as he elected to ring in Christmas Eve by dressing as Santa Claus.Reid wore the costume to his postgame press conference, and he also donned it while celebrating with his...
Via The Sports Daily
December 24, 2017  |  Discuss

Andy Reid dresses as Santa after Chiefs win division

Andy Reid is getting into the festive spirit after a big Kansas City Chiefs win.The head coach burst into the Kansas City locker room dressed as Santa Claus after the 29-13 win over the Miami Dolphins, and kept the apparel for his postgame press conference. The Chiefs clinched a second consecutive AFC West title on Sunday, so the coach was in a deservedly celebratory mood. He’s certainly...
Via Larry Brown Sports
December 24, 2017  |  Discuss

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