Coffee with the Chiefs – Expert lauds Kansas City


Good morning, Addicts! It’s HUMP DAYYYYYYYY. The Kansas City Chiefs will once again be hitting the field, looking to improve a little bit more before they play the Arizona Cardinals in their first preseason game on August 15. In the meantime, here is the latest news about your favorite team.

NFL Network expert believes Chiefs are contenderB.J. Kissel of

"He’s a senior writer for and contributes insider reports, analysis and moderates panel discussions on NFL Network’s signature show, “NFL Total Access.” He also files field reports at various team facilities and games on “NFL GameDay Morning” and “Around the League Live.”"

Kansas City lives and continues to learnSuper_G of Arrowhead Pride

"For the sake of a starting point, let’s begin with 2009; the beginning of the Todd Haley, Scott Pioli and Matt Cassel regime. This was thought to be a ‘rebuilding’ season. There was much excitement with the hires. To this day most Chiefs fans would think that Clark Hunt hired what appeared to be the best GM, head coach, and even quarterback at the time. Unfortunately however, appearances can be deceiving."

Chiefs moving slowly with Eric BerryAdam Teicher of ESPN

"The Kansas City Chiefs continue to move slowly with safety Eric Berry. He practiced in individual and position drills Tuesday but was withheld from participation when the Chiefs went through full-team drills."

Kansas City shows faith in Albert WilsonAdam Teicher of ESPN

"That decision was a show of faith in their other starter, Albert Wilson. The Chiefs got a peek at Wilson’s ability over the last four games of last season when he forced his way into their lineup after joining them last year as an undrafted rookie."

Chiefs giving players second chancesAssociated Press

"The Chiefs also took a chance on cornerback Phillip Gaines in last year’s draft. He had run into trouble at Rice, but his size and speed made him an intriguing prospect. Fast-forward to this year’s training camp and Gaines is competing for one of the starting jobs."