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SEAN MCGRATH RUMORS & GOSSIP

Tight end Demetrius Harris confident he can catch on with the Chiefs

Sean McGrath’s retirement probably means Demetrius Harris will land a spot on the Chiefs’ 53-man roster for the season opener Sept. 7 against Tennessee at Arrowhead Stadium. Harris — a raw but intriguing 6-foot-7 prospect, who played basketball in college — might have beat out McGrath anyway. Of course, removing McGrath from the equation simplifies the decision for head...
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Chiefs Training Camp Update: An unexpected retirement, stock up, stock down

As the Kansas City Chiefs settle in at training camp in St. Joe, Missouri and begin to get into the full swing of things, it seems like an appropriate time to recap on all of the news and notes out of Chiefs camp thus far. Sean McGrath Officially Retires After Chiefs tight end Sean McGrath missed the first two days of training camp, the word around the league was that the 26 year...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
July 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Chiefs tight end Sean McGrath has retired from football

Sean McGrath led Chiefs tight ends in receptions last season, but he is hanging up his cleats. McGrath has decided to retire from the NFL after two seasons. McGrath, who had 26 catches last season. “McGrath is gonna retire, that’s what we’ve been told by him,” Reid said, via the Kansas City Star. “I wish […] The post Chiefs tight end Sean McGrath has retired from football...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
July 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Chiefs are putting in the hard work now for championship results later

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Sean McGrath has seen this before, which is good. And by "good," we mean "freaking awesome." Last spring, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end was pounding iron for the Seattle Seahawks. Attendance at the team facility was high; enthusiasm was even higher. In hindsight, the workouts of February-March-April proved to be jumper cables that led to...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
April 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Sean McGrath deals a blow to Chiefs nation after shaving his beard

Sean McGrath had a good season at tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs last year, but his 26 receptions for 302 yards are not what we all remember about him. No… When it comes to McGrath, it’s all about the beard. A beard so magnificent, it has not one, but two twitter accounts! So, when I tell you I have some bad news, you really might want to sit down. The beard is gone. Beardless...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
March 05, 2014  |  Discuss

McGrath's beard is gone, but fear not, Chiefs fans: Next season's will be even bigger

  KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Chill, Sean McGrath fans: The Beard is coming back. Bigger and bushier and badder than ever. "I tell everyone I gave up last year's beard because I'm growing a 'Lombardi Beard,'" the Kansas City Chiefs' tight end tells FOXSportsKansasCity.com. "It'll be down kind of along mid-chest level, because I'll be playing next...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Sean McGrath: Beard grower, celestial vaulting viewer and starting tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The man is all beard and no filter. Sean McGrath calls it like he sees it, straight-up, no crap. When he loves something, the Kansas City Chiefs tight end's eyes light up like the Plaza in December, the giant whiskers giving him the affectation of a young Santa Claus -- only a Santa Claus who's 6-foot-5, 247 pounds and could stomp your ribs to freaking...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
October 09, 2013  |  Discuss

McGrath helping Chiefs survive banged-up tight ends

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) He's not a member of ZZ Top. Nor is he a reincarnated Karl Marx. Sean McGrath could probably play Santa Claus, though, provided he took a few minutes to bleach his brown facial hair stark white. Then again, perhaps the result would be more along the lines of a young Charles Darwin than the jolly fat man wearing red. The fellows from "Duck Dynasty...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
September 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Chiefs tight end Sean McGrath has some bizarre facial hair

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Sean McGrath showed off his bizarre facial hair during the 4th quarter on Thursday night against the Philadelphia Eagles.  How someone can grow this epic of a beard and have zero mustache is truly bizarre.  It’s even more bizarre if he did it by choice and shaved off his mustache because it looks just weird.  
Via Diehardsport
September 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Willson, McGrath step up after McCoy injury

Losing Anthony McCoy to an Achilles tear two weeks ago has thrown a wrench into the Seattle Seahawks' plans for their tight end position. The Seahawks were hoping fifth-round pick Luke Willson would be the missing piece to bolster offensive production from the group along with McCoy and starter Zach Miller. But once the Seahawks filled that hole, another one emerged. McCoy&...
Via AP on Fox
June 03, 2013  |  Discuss
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