Good morning, Addicts! It’s Friday, and that means we all get to have a huge smile on our collective faces because the weekend is in view. Of course, it is also April Fool’s Day. Some will go out and be childish with some pranks – and have all the fun – while others will be the ones being pranked. Don’t be that second guy.
Here is the news you need to know…
Kansas City extends Ware, West – Adam Teicher of ESPN
"Running backs Charcandrick West and Spencer Ware combined to rush for more than 1,000 yards for the Kansas City Chiefs last season after they lost Jamaal Charles for the year with a torn ACL."
Chiefs have no plans to give up Eric Fisher – Adam Teicher of ESPN
"It’s a sign of his progress that general manager John Dorsey is also talking about exercising the fifth-year option on the contract Fisher signed as the top pick in the 2013 draft and even the possibility of signing Fisher to an extension before having to exercise the option."
Could the Chiefs possibly do nothing at cornerback? – Adam Teicher of ESPN
"Gaines, who at least for now is the leading candidate to be the other starter, played well at training camp and in the preseason last year, but he tore his ACL in the third game. He is on track with his rehab to return for the start of training camp in July."
Husain Abdullah praises NFL concussion protocol but knew it was time to retire – Tom Pelissero of USA Today
"But he had suffered his first concussion in more than four years on a bad-luck collision with a pursuing teammate in a Nov. 29 game against the Buffalo Bills. Abdullah’s father, Yusuf Johnwell, died of heart failure Jan. 2 while in Kansas City to watch the Chiefs play the Oakland Raiders. On March 18, Abdullah’s fourth child, a daughter named Barraka, was born."