Reader Michael Tavis will be sporting his AA t-shirt today for Red Friday.
It’s Red Friday Addicts! The Kansas City Chiefs will take on the Baltimore Ravens tonight. The Ravens are the team that ended the Chiefs’ season in 2010 so hopefully the good guys will be able to get a little revenge.
A bunch of readers have been telling me they are going to be sporting their Arrowhead Addict t-shirts for Red Friday. Check out Michael above putting us all to shame with those Chiefs pants. I have to get myself pair of those.
If you need some help getting pumped up for tonight’s game, make sure to check out AA’s Chiefs highlight video…Star Wards style.
Later on, we’ll go “Inside The Enemy Camp” with Ebony Bird, FanSided’s Baltimore Reavens blog and tonight we’ll have out live game open threat.
Until then, here is your Morning Fix. (After the jump)
Offensive lineman Jared Gaither sat out the final two practice days this week because of an undisclosed injury. He didn’t play in last week’s preseason game, and it’s unclear whether he’ll play tonight.
The Kansas City Chiefs have made their way back to Kansas City and are practicing at the Arrowhead facilities for the rest of training camp. Except apparently one player wasn’t practicing: WR Jon Baldwin.
According to multiple FanShots and this link over at SBN KC, Baldwin was not at practice yesterday and the reason why is currently not known
Kansas City recently signed Gaither, the former Baltimore left tackle who is coming off a back injury that kept him out all of last year, and he has been practicing behind Albert at left tackle. Yet, Gaither could move into the first team at some point. Or Gaither could move to right tackle and Albert could stay put. The team hasn’t decided what to do yet. But it’s clear they signed Gaither with hopes of him starting.
Patrick Allen is VP of Content for the FanSided Network. He also serves the managing editor of the network's very first site, Arrowhead Addict. Originally from Ohio, Patrick is a Chiefs fan first and a Browns fan second (I know!). He also pulls for the Buckeyes, Indians and Cavs. Guinness is thinking of naming him the most miserable sports fan of all time. @rpatrickallen