Looks like another former Chief wants to run his mouth about taking it to the Chiefs this season. This time it comes from Casey Wiegmann, who will be playing second fiddle to Tom Nalen.
“It’s strange, and it isn’t. When I first signed here, the first thing I thought of was Neil Smith,” Wiegmann said Tuesday, referring to perhaps the most successful Kansas City-Denver convert. “Hopefully I can duplicate what he did and win a couple Super Bowls. That would be nice. But it’s a job and you’ve got to do what you’ve got to do.”
“I think it was that way back in the day. . . . But I’ve got a few friends who left the Chiefs and went elsewhere and ended up coming back and beating them. That’s kind of what I’ve got in mind, too,” Wiegmann said. “(Ex-Chiefs safety) Greg Wesley went to the Raiders. It’s just what happens.”
Thanks for the locker room material, Casey! I guess he thinks he will beat the Chiefs from the sidelines.
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