Some Kansas City Chiefs players were sporting some new facial hair styles at training camp on Monday. Chiefs TE Travis Kelce seems to be leading the charge, getting a number of his teammates to celebrate what he describes as “Mustache Mondays.” “Woohoo,” Kelce exclaimed walking down the hill at St.
The former Denver safety likes just about everything he sees in the Chiefs organization. Kansas City Chiefs fans often talk about the “Patrick Mahomes effect” — the idea that because he is with the Chiefs, free agents around the NFL will be anxious to play in Kansas City.
The addition of Reed gives the Chiefs defensive line an even wider variety of lineup possibilities. Entering the offseason, one of the strongest, deepest positions on the Kansas City Chiefs’ roster was at defensive tackle.
The Kansas City Chiefs continued to search for depth solutions at the right tackle position on Monday. The starter at right tackle through OTAs and into training camp has been veteran Mike Remmers, who started eight games at right tackle for Kansas City during the regular season in 2020.
The Kansas City Chiefs were back to work with another training camp practice session on Monday. The weather was a bit more amicable on Monday with clear skies and cooler temperatures, making for a great practice session for both players and fans in attendance.
After the first week of practice in St. Joseph, let’s see where the major roster battles now stand. Training camp is all about competition. One-on-ones between offensive and defensive linemen, receivers and defensive backs — and live team periods — signify that real football is coming back.
Some of Andy Reid’s historical tendencies might be going out the window with the Kansas City Chiefs’ rookie offensive linemen in 2021. During his 22-year NFL head-coaching career, Reid has typically favored veteran starters, especially along the offensive line.
The Kansas City Chiefs have a new face in the backfield and he’s making an impression on some of the most important people in the building. A day after Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes lauded new RB Jerick McKinnon as a “playmaker” for the offense, HC Andy Reid weighed in on his newest weapon.
Taking a look at the week of July 26 on Arrowhead Pride... Chiefs committed to moving forward — but also to maintaining traditions In his annual training camp press conference on Monday, Kansas City Chiefs president Mark Donovan announced that the team is retiring the “Warpaint” mascot this season.
Welcome to Arrowhead Pride! Let’s hear from you! Up the road in St. Joseph, Missouri — where the Kansas City Chiefs are conducting training camp at Missouri Western State University — our favorite NFL team is taking a day off from practice.
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has been the best player at his position for a few years now. He has been the most targeted tight end in the NFL over the past five seasons and it’s not a coincidence that he’s been a top performer in fantasy football.
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce left practice early on the second day of full-team training camp in St. Joseph, Missouri. Kelce walked back up the hill as opposed to being carted off, a positive sign for a player with an apparent minor injury.