On the 17th day of Draftmas, my true love gave to me: a giant cornerback that lives to make plays. A very Merry Draftmas to you! We continue our tradition of profiling an NFL Draft prospect every day in April, leading up to the NFL Draft on April 29th.
The Kansas City Chiefs won’t be the only team looking for a starting offensive tackle in the 2021 NFL draft. With 30 picks before the Chiefs are on the clock in the first round, a number of other teams will have a chance to draft an offensive tackle before Kansas City is even on deck.
The Kansas City Chiefs have plenty of needs going into the 2021 NFL Draft while also having a roster that is still filled with Super Bowl potential. This is one of those “good problems” for the Chiefs and general manager Brett Veach.
The Kansas City Chiefs are once again heavy offseason favorites to win a lot of games during the 2021 NFL season. BetMGM recently released its over/under win totals for every NFL team and the Chiefs are right at the top of the list, followed closely by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The star quarterback reveals his thoughts on motivation and mindset in an interview with CNBC. As the rest of the NFL world watched quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs fall in Super Bowl LV, there was likely some feelings of relief.
Despite being on the losing end of Super Bowl LV, the Kansas City Chiefs are still widely viewed as the top team in the AFC conference. But could a new challenger emerge during the 2021 NFL season that could rival the Chiefs for the top spot in the AFC?
After many mocks suggesting different routes for the Chiefs, one NFL.com analyst returns to the original thinking. There’s less than two weeks until the NFL Draft, so the end of our mock draft parade is within sight.
On the Friday episode of the Arrowhead Pride Laboratory, we went through a “Doomsday Draft,” a less-than-ideal scenario for the Kansas City Chiefs. (Note: This doesn’t mean we necessarily dislike the players selected — but perhaps don’t love the value of the pick and the totality of the draft.
According to Gregg Rosenthal, Kansas City’s general manager lands just in the top 10. With the NFL Draft just two weeks away, NFL.com analyst Gregg Rosenthal has published an interesting exercise: a power ranking of NFL general managers that is based solely on their draft results.
29 Days of Draftmas continues with a local linebacker who could fit in Steve Spagnuolo’s scheme. A very Merry Draftmas to you! We continue our tradition of profiling an NFL Draft prospect every day in April, leading up to the NFL Draft on April 29th.
The Kansas City Chiefs had a balanced free agency between adding some new talent and retaining their own key free agents. Attention is on the 2021 NFL draft because it’s right around the corner, but there are a number of players still available on the free-agent market that could help this team next season.
The Kansas City Chiefs went to their second straight Super Bowl this past season. After winning against the San Francisco 49ers the year before, they took an abysmal loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in this most recent one.
We expected this — and now we have confirmation. This is the time of year when we normally find out not only which teams the Kansas City Chiefs will play in the upcoming season — something we can determine on the day the previous season ends — but also when (and sometimes where) they will play each game.
Casserly thought cornerback in his first mock draft but has since changed his tune. In his initial mock draft in early February, former Washington and Houston Texans general manager Charley Casserly selected Northwestern cornerback Greg Newsome II at No.
With just two weeks to go until the 2021 NFL draft, our friends at Draft Wire have released a brand new 2-round mock draft projection. This time Luke Easterling has the Chiefs taking an offensive tackle early on and adding some defensive help in the second round.
The Seahawks wanted to keep Reed for the 2021 season and approached the D-tackle starter about a restructure. While this was not a pay-cut request, Reed refused Seattle’s bid to restructure his contract.