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Here’s all that’s happening around Chiefs Kingdom today.
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Kansas City has reportedly shown interest in Aaron Murray. What this means? I don’t know.
Murray is being talked about as a mid-round pick now but he could easily go higher. Because he’s thrown for 300-plus passes each year for the last four years, you should feel pretty comfortable with him.
Shields and his team at 68 Inside Sports teamed up with the Brain Injury Association of Kansas on Saturday in Lenexa to provide area athletes a chance to train their brains on the Dynavision Baseline Testing, known as D2.
James Dudko asks what’s next for the Chiefs after the initial wave of free agent signings.
The initial wave of free agency yielded a boost along the defensive front for the Kansas City Chiefs. But head coach Andy Reid‘s team still needs a wide receiver, and that could mean turning to one of his former players.
Adam Teicher thinks the Chiefs still need help at cornerback.
I have my doubts whether this group is strong enough to compete week in and week out. The drop in Flowers’ play last season was troubling and could be a sign he isn’t a good fit in coordinator Bob Sutton’s defensive schemes, ones that require the cornerbacks to play a lot of press coverage.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban says the NFL is 10 years away from implosion. Bold statement, Mr. Cuban.
“I think the NFL is 10 years away from an implosion.” … “I’m just telling you, pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered. And they’re getting hoggy. Just watch. Pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered. When you try to take it too far, people turn the other way.
“I’m just telling you, when you’ve got a good thing and you get greedy, it always, always, always, always, always turns on you. That’s rule number one of business.”
Peter King’s new Monday Morning Quarterback column is out. In it he talks a lot about the neuanced changes to officiating that could be coming next season.
The league has been working hard behind the scenes to improve the consistency of the replay system, as well as the communication between the seven officials on the field during games. In a 30-minute conversation with Blandino on Sunday night, he told me that members of the league’s 17 officiating crews will be able to talk to each other on the field during games.
Two non-football stories:
- A report says Apple is in talks with Comcast about a streaming deal for the long rumored Apple TV.
- Apparently, Vanderbilt has been working on an actual “thinking cap.” This sounds scary.