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The Chiefs already have a new number 11

The Kansas City Chiefs have a new number 11 and it didn’t take very long. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid referred to wide receiver Demarcus Robinson as the “old number 14 and the new number 11” on 810 Sports Radio’s The Program Friday morning. Robinson wore No. 11 in college as a member of the Florida Gators. Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images Sammy Watkins will wear No. 14.
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Andy Reid, now that he can say his new quarterback’s name, is ready to work with him

The Chiefs have a new quarterback. And coach Andy Reid’s first order of business was unrelated to actually coaching him. “First I had to learn how to say his last name,” Reid told reporters on Thursday in a joint press conference with Patrick Mahomes. “Instead of McHomes it is Mahomes.” The next order of business [more]
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What We Learned From Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes on Thursday

Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes spoke to the media on Thursday
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10 things we learned from Chiefs head coach Andy Reid

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid held his first media availability of the new league year Thursday morning, so needless to say, there was a lot to talk about. The press conference was unique in that the Chiefs sat Reid side by side next to starting quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who was also concurrently available to the local KC press. Here were the 10 biggest items...
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Chris Long defends Lamar Jackson as quarterback

Lamar Jackson was one of college football’s most productive quarterbacks over the last two seasons, but a sliver of the NFL community is looking for the Louisville product to play wide receiver in the pros.Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long thinks that’s foolish.“If I’m LJ and a team asked me to work out at WR, I wouldn’t want to play for that team. It’s insulting. Additionally...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid weighs in on Lamar Jackson as QB vs WR

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid appears to be fond of Lamar Jackson’s skills as a quarterback, judging by what he said during a press conference on Wednesday.Reid spoke to reporters at the NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium, and he made it pretty clear that he’d be more interested in Jackson as a quarterback, rather than a receiver. Former Colts general manager Bill Polian commented...
Via The Sports Daily
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid drops mic on whether Lamar Jackson is a QB

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid knows a thing or two about NFL quarterbacks, so when he answered a question about Lamar Jackson on Wednesday, our ears perked up.A reporter asked Reid if Jackson is a quarterback at the NFL level. His response was priceless. If that’s not some shade thrown in the general direction of everyone who thinks Jackson should switch positions and become...
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16 days ago  |  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 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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