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June prediction of Chiefs 53, defense

Here is a June prediction of the Chiefs 53 man roster, focusing on the defense. Here is a link to the offensive prediction. We are carrying over 25 spots in this exercise. Specialists 3, 28 Let’s get them out of the way here too, to focus on the defense. Place kicker Cairo Santos, punter Dustin Colquitt, and long-snapper James Winchester should all make the roster. Defensive line...
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June 28, 2016  |  Discuss

Amendola will appeal if fined for 'clean hit'

FOXBORO, Mass. — Danny Amendola isn’t going down without a fight. The New England Patriots wide receiver ruffled some feathers in his team’s AFC Divisional Playoff against the Chiefs when he laid out Kansas City special teamer Jamell Fleming with a vicious hit to the neck on a second-quarter punt return. But if Amendola receives punishment from the NFL — which wouldn’t...
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January 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Danny Amendola torpedoes Jamell Fleming on punt (video)

Apparently, Danny Amendola thought Jamell Fleming was a giant PEZ dispenser. Fleming’s head pretty much did what the head on one of those contraptions does when it spits out a piece of candy. Amendola didn’t get any candy, but he did get a penalty for unnecessary roughness as the Chiefs downed Dustin Colquitt’s punt at the Patriots’ 4-yard line. The half-the-distance penalty...
Via The Sports Daily
January 16, 2016  |  Discuss

Dustin Colquitt shot his brother a text after the Broncos won on Monday night

Kansas City Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt was rooting for a Cincinnati win that'd let his team leapfrog the Denver Broncos atop the AFC West standings.When that didn't happen on Monday night, he shot his brother -- Broncos punter Britton Colquitt -- a brief message of brotherly love.Via Lindsay Jones of USA TODAY Sports:That about sums it up for Dustin's Chiefs. They need to beat...
Via FOX Sports
December 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Four best reactions from Kansas City Chiefs players to the U.S. Women’s huge win

The Kansas City Chiefs, like the rest of the country, were enamored with the U.S. Women’s National team on Sunday evening. The squad took care of business downing Japan 5-2 and uniting all of America (for at least a couple of hours) in the process. The Chiefs put together a nice blog highlighting some of their players’ reaction on Twitter. Here were the four best posts from members...
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July 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Dustin Colquitt is very fussy about the Chiefs' next long-snapper

Dustin Colquitt probably knows most fans can't name the Chiefs' long-snapper. That's because there's no official winner of the two-man race between James Winchester and Andrew East, of course.  You'd be surprised at the amount of work Colquitt put into scouting Thomas Gafford's replacement for 2015. "Just getting acclimated, trying to figure out what the guy does when he's in game...
Via FOX Sports
May 14, 2015  |  Discuss

It's a fake! Watch the Chiefs pull a fast one on the Steelers

Oh, those tricky Chiefs. Kansas City needs a win to stay in the AFC playoff hunt, so they're pulling out all the stops against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. In the first half, the Chiefs lined up for a field-goal attempt, but instead went for a nifty fake: That's holder Dustin Colquitt with the quick shovel pass to tight end Travis Kelce for the first down. What a play! But...
Via FOX Sports
December 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch: Chiefs break new ground with 'fake fake punt' vs. Raiders

Credit Dustin Colquitt for breaking new ground Sunday. The Kansas City Chiefs punter was on the field against the Oakland Raiders for what seemed like a routine punt. But, oh no, there was nothing routine about it. The snap came back and Colquitt was going for the fake! Wait, no! He actually decides to kick it!! The ball is downed at the 6-yard line. Be honest: Have you seen that before?
Via FOX Sports
December 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs: News, stats and stars from the Charger game

The biggest game of the season up to this point came at a perfect time for the Kansas City Chiefs, right after an off week. Cairo Santos booted home the game winning field goal making it a 23-20 win for the boys from Kansas City. 3 Stars Jamaal Charles Charles made history in case you missed it, he is now the franchise’s all-time leading rusher. This is a well deserved mark for...
Via isportsweb.com
October 21, 2014  |  Discuss

No snub for Colquitt this time; named to All-Fundamentals Team

When eight Chiefs were named to the Pro Bowl, at least one deserving player -- punter Dustin Colquitt -- was overlooked. But not today. When it comes to technique, at least, Colquitt has no peer among punters. So says USA Football, which named Colquitt to its All-Fundamentals Team on Wednesday. The All-Fundamentals Team "recognizes the NFL players who employ proper techniques," according...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
January 15, 2014  |  Discuss
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