From individual plays to overall blocking schemes, Hudson had questions about the Chiefs’ playbook. And Asamoah was often the recipient of many a late-night texting interrogation.
“Early when we started all this offseason stuff, I was getting texts at night from him (Hudson) asking me all kinds of questions,” Asamoah said. “He was asking ‘What do we do on this?’ or ‘What about this?’ He really got into it.”
Asamoah could tell Hudson wanted to avoid being the weak link in the Chiefs revamped offensive line. In free agency, the team added Pro Bowler Eric Winston at right tackle, leaving the duo as the two youngest members in an otherwise veteran-laden unit.