Coffee with the Chiefs – Bobby Bell receives college degree


It’s Friday, Addicts. You know what that means: time to throw on a bunch of red clothing and bother everybody with how much you love the Kansas City Chiefs. Who cares if the games are still a few months away? These are the Chiefs, and rookie minicamp starts on Saturday. It’s a great time to wear red like a maniac.

Bobby Bell receives college degreeVahe Gregorian of Kansas City Star

"On Thursday, though, Bell flew with family and friends from Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport to Minnesota to celebrate commencement at the school where he became a two-time All-American and Outland Trophy winner."

Another perspective on the Chiefs and the military Courtesy of Joel Thorman of Arrowhead Pride

"After time in the Middle East and in Europe in the Army, I returned home after a back injury. After substantial rehab, I reenlisted in the Navy as a Seabee. I guess I just couldn’t get enough punishment."

Is Kansas City a Super Bowl contender?Seth Keysor of Arrowhead Pride

"Being the best isn’t a must. Being able to stand your ground and give yourself a puncher’s chance against the best absolutely is. And any team that can answer those questions correctly has a puncher’s chance."

Previewing the Chiefs’ wide receiver positionDan Schmelzer of NFL Spin Zone

"General manager John Dorsey and head coach Andy Reid put an emphasis on the position this off season, and improvement should immediately be expected. They did not waste any time, as early in the free agent period the Chiefs signed Jeremy Maclin, who will replace Bowe (who was released by the team this off season) at the top of the wide receiver depth chart."

Chiefs draft grade: D.J. Alexander Leigh Oleszczak of KC Kingdom

"The KC Chiefs took nine total players in the 2015 NFL Draft, and they surprised many fans when they selected inside linebacker DJ Alexander in the fifth round. The Chiefs had already drafted an inside linebacker the round prior in Ramik Wilson, but decided to add another."