Coffee with the Chiefs – 4/9 edition
Welcome to the weekend, Addicts. Saturday is a great day because it doesn’t include work for most and also gives you the freedom to do so many activities. Even if things get a touch out of hand, who cares? That is what non-football Sundays are for. Let’s take a look at all the latest Kansas City Chiefs news while you plan the day.
Season-ticket holder has amazing NFL Draft experience – Pete Sweeney of KCChiefs.com
"The fact that Lewellen had that many points in the first place was impressive in itself. His late father, Robert, originally purchased his season tickets and they had been in the family for more than 50 years."
Derrick Johnson inducted into H.S. Hall of Fame – BJ Kissel of KCChiefs.com
"For Johnson, the fact that he had an older brother, Dwight, who played college football at Baylor and then spent time with the Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and New England Patriots, pushed him to where he is today."
Chris Conley is key for Chiefs’ draft class – Sam Mellinger of Kansas City Star
"But if the biggest Chiefs draft in years — the one with nine picks, just as the roster seems to be maturing into a contender — is going to be great, it’s going to be with the third-round receiver from Georgia being at least very good."
Kansas City has decisions to make at receiver – Adam Teicher of ESPN.com
"For those wondering whether the Chiefs would have drafted Kansas State’s Tyler Lockett had he been available to them in the third round (he was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks seven spots ahead of Conley), the answer is no."