Good morning, Addicts! We apologize for the lack of “Coffee with the Chiefs” yesterday, but the clown in control of the place wrote the piece, then neglected to schedule it. He’s been fired. Regardless, here is the latest news on the Kansas City Chiefs from around the web.
Albert Wilson looks to build off successful season – Pete Sweeney of KCChiefs.com
"Amid all of the Chiefs offseason moves at the wide receiver position—from the signing of free agent Jeremy Maclin to the drafting of Chris Conley out of Georgia and all the change in between—one of the aspects that remains constant comes by way of 2014 undrafted rookie Albert Wilson."
Who can Chiefs least afford to lose? – Seth Keysor of Arrowhead Pride
"Here’s the thing; Alex Smith is PROBABLY more important to the success of the Chiefs simply by being the best quarterback on the roster by a long shot. The positional value there makes it almost an automatic. I understand that the team could survive an injury to Charles better than an injury to Smith. At least on a short term basis as it relates to 2015."
Joe Delaney drowning still haunts Louisiana diver – Vahe Gregorian of Kansas City Star
"When the call came over his radio about possible drownings in Chennault Park the afternoon of June 29, 1983, Marvin Dearman of the Monroe Police was patrolling his zone maybe 7 miles from the Louisiana park and the fateful pond by the Critter’s Creek water slide."
Looking at Kansas City’s cap situation by position – Terez Paylor of Kansas City Star
"Derrick Johnson is the highest-paid Chief at this position, and he deserves to be, even after an Achilles tear ruined his 2014 season. At 32, he is possibly the defensive player the Chiefs can least afford to lose. This is the final year of his deal, however, and it will be interesting to see what happens with Johnson come negotiating time if he has a bounce-back season."