Chiefs' Charles relishes chance to lay the lumber
Excerpt from KCTV5.com
“…In other words, Charles promises to hold the fort for three seconds. If the quarterback fails to get rid of the ball by then, whatever happens next is on them.
He's done a good job of it, too. Replay game films from last season, when Charles was having the most productive year of his career, and you'll find that he was also doing his duty protecting
Photos: Training Camp 8/12
Snap-count observations: What does
Aaron Murray’s sparse playing time mean?
Excerpt from The Kansas City Star
“Here are some observations based on the snap-count data from the Chiefs’ 41-39 preseason win over the Cincinnati Bengals on Aug. 7. Numbers provided by the NFL.
Offense - The Chiefs currently have 90 players on the roster, but only 53 players will make the team. Fortunately, preseason games can help you decipher some roster clues…” READ MORE…
These dogs are barking, but will they bite?
Excerpt from ESPN.com
“ST. JOSEPH, Mo. -- Training camp has revealed linebacker to be the deepest position on the Kansas City Chiefs' roster. That isn’t a surprise, not with
Hali - This year’s camp has also revealed the development of two younger linebackers,
Chiefs finally building up depth at wide receiver
Excerpt from kcchiefs.com
“…In fact, the Chiefs have basically put out "HELP WANTED" signs for pass catchers going back four head coaches. And the call has been answered by a forgettable cast of characters: Terrance Copper, Devard Darling, Will Franklin, Chris Chambers and Steve Breaston, among many others.
But for the first time since the Dick Vermeil era of the Air Coryell offense, the Chiefs just might have enough talent at the wide receiver position so that quarterback Alex Smith doesn't fall into a deep state of depression when he steps up in the pocket and looks downfield….” READ MORE…
Kansas City secondary still in flux due to injuries, competition
Excerpt from St. Joseph News-Press
“As the secondary players trekked onto the field for the final series of 7-on-7 drills, the Kansas City quartet featured two new starters.
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