Coffee with the Chiefs – Marcus Peters looks good

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Good morning, Addicts! I hope you had a great weekend, capped by Father’s Day and one of the best finishes to a United States Open we have seen in some time. So what news is there on the Kansas City Chiefs? Let’s take a spin around the web and see what is going down.

Chiefs happy with Marcus PetersCarl Cockerham of With The First Pick

"Cornerback Marcus Peters is so talented, he was a first-round draft pick even after getting kick off his college football team. If he didn’t have that drama attached to him, he may have been the first corner selected in the draft. On tape, he is the best corner in the draft but the 4.31 Trae Waynes ran may have ultimately got him pick first anyway."

How have the new guys looked in practice? (Mailbag)Adam Teicher of ESPN.com

"The Chiefs’ main veteran acquisitions were wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, offensive linemen Ben Grubbs and Paul Fanaika, and safety Tyvon Branch. Maclin had a solid spring. He’s a hard worker who looks to be as advertised. Now it’s up to the Chiefs to get him the ball. It’s difficult to get much of a gauge on the offensive linemen in the offseason because practices aren’t in pads."

Pre-camp roster predictionAdam Teicher of ESPN.com

"After the draft, I took a stab at the 53-player offensive and defensive rosters the Kansas City Chiefs would take into the regular season. Now, armed with the knowledge gained through the Chiefs’ 13 offseason practices, here is a revised prediction."

Five lessons learned from minicampHerbie Teope of Chiefs Digest

"Numerous players worked with the first-team offense between the second day of OTAs and second day of minicamp (11 total practices), and then the Chiefs returned to Fisher, Grubbs, Kush, Allen and Stephenson on the final day of minicamp."