Good morning, Addicts! It’s another weekend, which hopefully means the sun will be shining and all of you can enjoy some time away from work. You have clearly started the day right, reading about the Kansas City Chiefs. Maybe that means golf, maybe that means the barbeque with a nice, cold, refreshing soda, or maybe it simply means throwing the ball around with your son or daughter. Regardless, I hope it goes great for all of you.
Trio of rookies could start for Chiefs – Adam Teicher of ESPN.com
"As with cornerback and Peters, the Chiefs have enough bodies on their offensive line that they don’t have to rush Morse into their lineup before he’s ready. But unlike at cornerback, the Chiefs don’t have a lot of established offensive linemen, so Morse will be given an opportunity to start at either center or right guard. Morse, a second-round draft pick, started at center and tackle at various times in college at Missouri, but guard could be his best position in the NFL."
Kansas City’s most underrated player? – Farzin Vousoughian of Bleacher Report
"As far as accolades from the media, Sherman was been named to the second-team All-Pro this past season and was a Pro Football Focus All-Pro the past two years. Pro Football Focus listed Sherman as the best fullback in 2013 and 2014."
10 things we learned from offseason workouts – Pete Sweeney of KCChiefs.com
"Three Chiefs offensive line starters from last season, Rodney Hudson (Raiders), Ryan Harris (Broncos) and Mike McGlynn (Saints) will not be back. That leaves left tackle Eric Fisher and right guard Zach Fulton as the only returning starters, and Reid has once again said he will go with the “best five.”"
Five training camp dates you won’t want to miss – KCChiefs.com
"This will be the first opportunity for fans to check out this year’s team. After back-to-back winning seasons in coach Andy Reid’s first two years here in Kansas City, fans have the opportunity to see the 2015 version of the Chiefs begin their march towards the playoffs. Practice will start at 3:30 p.m. CT and it’s one of four days the entire team will sign autographs afterwards."