Many people need their coffee to get up and going in the morning, and especially in the middle of the afternoon when things are starting to drag. 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 today.
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Things are starting to heat up in Chiefs Kingdom in regards to free agency as the calendar moves ever closer to the March 11 deadline to sign players back to their team. As AA co-editor Ben Nielsen reported yesterday, it appears the Chiefs will be allowing left tackle Branden Albert to walk away into free agency. Gary Davenport at Bleacher Report has a piece up analyzing the top fits for the free agent.
In the NFL, there truly is no offseason. The dust had no sooner settled on the Seattle Seahawks‘ victory in Super Bowl XLVIII than teams were already casting their eyes toward the upcoming crop of free agents.
Among them, offensive tackle Branden Albert is sure to draw a ton of interest.
So to speak.
Over at the Mothership, Chiefs Insider Reid Ferrin has posted another “Best of” piece, this time displaying the best plays of Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles.
I don’t think anybody was surprised by the super-sized numbers Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowl RB Jamaal Charles put up in 2013, inlcuding his 37 rushes that gained at least 10 yards, tops in the AFC and third-best in the NFL. While there were plenty of highlights to choose from in Jamaal’s 2013 campaign, below are the Top 10 plays from his third Pro Bowl season.
Finally today, Adam Teicher at ESPN is trying to come up with the four faces he would place on “Mount Arrowhead.”
That’s it for today, Addicts. I’m sure the news will continue flowing in fast and furiously the closer we get to the league deadline. Enjoy your Thursday, and GO CHIEFS!
2. Len Dawson. The only quarterback to ever guide the Chiefs to a league championship, and Dawson did it three times. Included is the Chiefs’ only Super Bowl title. His legacy has only grown in the 39 years since his retirement as the Chiefs have repeatedly failed to adequately replace him.