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Father of Kansas City Chiefs long snapper dies in shooting at OKC airport

In some sad news out of the NFL, the father of Kansas City Chiefs long snapper James Winchester was killed Tuesday in a shooting at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City, according to Winchester’s agent. I'm devastated to confirm for news outlets that my client @J_Winchester41 lost his father today to tragic & senseless gun violence at OKC. — Ken Sarnoff (@KenSarnoff...
Via The Comeback
November 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Chiefs searching for more consistent long snapping in 2015

James Winchester and rookie Andrew East will duke it out this season for long-snapping duties.The winner will assume Thomas Gafford's old starting role with the Chiefs, but more responsibilities than ever before.The NFL pushed back point-after attempts this season. So special teams coordinator Dave Toub wants a good, long look at Winchester and East, who will start that tougher play...
Via FOX Sports
June 07, 2015  |  Discuss
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