Many people need their coffee to get up and going in the morning. Here at Arrowhead Addict, we understand that for a Chiefs fan, coffee is simply not enough.
Here’s all that’s happening around Chiefs Kingdom this morning.
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–The Kansas City Chiefs are still looking to make roster moves, which is a sign that general manager John Dorsey won’t be satisfied. Considering the Chiefs are currently 3-0, that’s the sign of a championship caliber general manager, in my opinion. Per Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post/The Baltimore Sun, Kansas City has worked out nine players including cornerback Ras-I-Dowling, running back Chris Rainey, tight ends Kyle Adams, Richard Gordon, Brett Brackett and Matt Weldman, defensive back T.J. Heath and defensive tackles Kheeston Randall and Sealer Siliga.
–Coach Andy Reid talked about the team and the team’s makeup in a recent press conference, per Reid Ferrin of KCChiefs.com:
“They work hard,” coach Reid said. “They’re going to compete; they’re tough guys. I appreciate that attitude and again, we’re still early in the season. We’re talking about the third week, going into the fourth week, so you’re not even a quarter done with it, the season. It’s important that we continue to work and get ourselves better. These guys are wired to do that.”
Quarterback Alex Smith also talked about the team, per Ferrin:
“This team is tough,” Smith said. “I think if you take a look at all three of our wins, this team was definitely in some tough situations in all three of them. To get a win in the NFL is very tough and we put everybody in the position to where you have to do your job and if you don’t do it, that’s when big plays happen. In our three wins, we had to be tough mentally and physically. We’ve played some very talented teams and held our ground.”
–Josh Katzowitz of CBSSports.com expects the Chiefs to “roll” over the Giants. Must-read here, Addicts.