Coffee with the Chiefs – Eric Fisher must improve immediately


Hello, Addicts. We have all the latest Kansas City Chiefs news for you on the docket, and there is plenty to choose from. I enjoyed all these reads, especially BJ Kissel’s piece on receivers coach David Culley. So while you sit down with breakfast, grab your virtual paper and enjoy!

Eric Fisher needs to step up now for ChiefsAdam Teicher of

"If left tackle Eric Fisher is ever going to become the player the Chiefs envision, this would most likely be the season it happens. Fisher recently said he’s been able to get much stronger and mold his body the way he wanted during his first full injury- and rehab-free offseason with the Chiefs."

Five things to know about Dustin ColquittPete Sweeney of

"Jimmy Colquitt, Dustin’s cousin, is the career leader in punting at the University of Tennessee, where the four Colquitts played in college."

Chiefs’ WR coach David Culley had long road to NFL BJ Kissel of

"It’s been a long journey for Culley, his wife and their two kids to get to where they are today. But he’ll be the first to tell you that despite not having that initial ambition, football has meant a lot to his family as he sits here today."

Five things to know about Chiefs’ UDFAs Pete Sweeney of

"As a Hogan Prep Ram, Bausby was a three-time All-State athlete, earning the honors at defensive back in 2008 and 2010 and at wide receiver in 2009 and 2010. He caught 88 career passes for 2,498 yards receiving for 15 touchdowns and on defense, made 178 tackles with 22 interceptions."

Breaking down Kansas City’s roster by position groupsBJ Kissel 0f

"When the team does all get together for team practices at the end of the month, this is the current view of what each of the positional groups will look like."

Chiefs’ Super Bowl odds improve after Tom Brady gets suspended Will Petersen of

"With no games against the Patriots on the docket in 2015 it’s surprising Kansas City’s odds would improve that much, but Bovada is certainly an industry leader when it comes to these kind of things."

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