The Morning Fix: Draft Thursday Edition!

Morning Addicts! Should be an exciting day around AA today. We’ve got some Tamba Hali contract news and it is our second ever Draft Thursday. AA will turn into your Kansas City Chiefs draft center today and we’ll take a look at all things NFL Draft all day long.

Until then, here’s your Morning Fix!

Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff, the former Patriots director of college scouting, earned the honor for the second time in three years. Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli, the former Patriots vice president of player personnel, was the runner-up.

Former Chiefs cornerback Emmitt Thomas, already a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, was recognized by his home state with his induction this week into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame.

A native of Angleton, Texas, Thomas went into coaching following a distinguished playing career. He now serves as the secondary coach for Kansas City, the same team he played for from 1966-1978.

m sure some of you old-timers recall the Green Bay Packers’ first two Super Bowl titles (which, by the way weren’t even called Super Bowls, but rather AFL-NFL World Championship Games), where the Kansas City Chiefs and Oakland Raiders barely put up a fight in being decimated 35-10 and 33-14 respectively.
In an interview with a Kansas City radio station, Chiefs’ general manager Scott Pioli said he hopes linebacker Tamba Hali and receiver Dwayne Bowe stays with the organization. Hali is a free agent this year and Bowe has one more year left on his contract. Pioli didn’t get into specifics, but it’s expected that Hali will be given the franchise tag if a long-term deal can’t be worked out.
Novak, who went 15 of 18 on field-goal attempts, making a long of 54 yards, appeared in regular-season games for three NFL teams — the Washington Redskins (twice), Kansas City Chiefs and Arizona Cardinals — from 2005-08.

Next Chiefs Game Full schedule »
Sunday, Oct 2626 Oct12:00St. Louis RamsBuy Tickets

Tags: Kansas City Chiefs

comments powered by Disqus