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Here’s all that’s happening around Chiefs Kingdom today.
Welcome to The Morning Fix.
Good morning, Addicts. Here’s some of the news around the Chiefs this morning.
Adam Teicher analyzes the Chiefs’ quarterback situation.
Murray may or may not be an upgrade over Bray as a developmental prospect. But if the decision comes down to the two of them for the No. 3 quarterback spot, the Chiefs need to go with the player with the best future and not Murray just because he is a drafted player.
KC Kingdom rounds up a few national looks at the Chiefs’ draft.
The Chiefs shocked everyone by not picking up a wide receiver in the draft. While Kansas City took two defensive players at the start of the draft, the last four selections were on the offensive side of the ball.
A lot of position battles are brewing, according to Herbie Teope.
Buckle in and tighten the seatbelts because the coming months leading to the regular season should be an interesting time if the NFL Draft is an indication.
Arrowhead Pride attempts to make sense of the draft for the people still caught off guard.
Perhaps, Andy Reid and John Dorsey have ultimately decided that Alex Smith isn’t all that good at utilizing wide receivers.
Terez A. Paylor talks De’Anthony Thomas.
But no one was more surprised than Thomas himself. Thomas, a 5-foot-9, 174-pound running back-receiver hybrid who maintains he was never caught from behind in college, fully expected to run a 4.3 in front of everyone to validate his tape.
Instead, he posted a time he says is more reminiscent of what he was running in high school.
“I ran a 4.5 in the ninth grade,” Thomas said.
Two non-football stories:
- Good stuff from Clay Travis here.
- Radio legend Casey Kasem, 82, is missing.