On this episode of Roughing the Kicker, Joshua Brisco checks into OTAs to hear from Andy Reid, Brad Childress and Matt Nagy about the Chiefs’ two-minute offense, breaks down one negative prediction for the 2016 Chiefs, checks out interesting quarterback developments in Denver and asks how our modern sports talk attitude would deal with Muhammad Ali today.
I know that this show doesn’t begin with the Chiefs. I think that, today, it’s worth it. (And the Chiefs discussion is coming, I promise. Andy Reid said some awesome stuff at OTAs and you’ll love to hate it.)
Muhammad Ali is, posthumously, being praised as not only the greatest fighter of all time, but as one of the most iconic voices we’ve ever heard. Remembered as a man with incredibly strong convictions about incredibly controversial things. Race. Religion. Politics. War. How would we deal with that kind of personality within our modern understanding of where sports belong in our lives? I pose that question at the top of the show and hope to hear your thoughts on Twitter and in the comments.
Plus, Andy Reid, Brad Childress and Matt Nagy all have an apron and are in the kitchen of the Chiefs’ offense. Surely they’re all on the same page about the most crucial two minutes of the game, right? …Right?
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