Good morning, Addicts! I hope you are enjoying your weekend, because there is nothing better. You get to spend some quality time with your family and friends, or maybe just kick back and relax alone, getting to do your own thing.
As for the Kansas City Chiefs, they are done with the OTA portion of their offseason schedule. With the NFL Draft, free agency and OTAs now complete, all we have left is next week’s mandatory minicamp before we hit training camp in the last week of July.
While the offseason feels like it is taking forever, we are starting to see serious light at the end of the tunnel.
Here is the news you need to know…
Albert Wilson saved money, bought mom a house – Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star
"Wilson, who moved his move from Fort Pierce, Fla., to Port St. Lucie, Fla., hasn’t bought a house for himself yet — he lives in an apartment in Kansas City — but getting his mom squared away was a priority."
Kansas City Chiefs won’t keep four quarterbacks, will they? – Joel Thorman of Arrowhead Pride
"Those two have swapped No. 2 reps this offseason. Are they competing for one roster spot? I ask that under the assumption that Hogan is going to make the roster, whether that’s the active roster of the practice squad. If that’s the case and the Chiefs are keeping just three quarterbacks as Andy Reid usually has, then it’s Murray vs. Bray for one spot."
Chiefs stocked with former basketball players at tight end – Adam Teicher of ESPN
"The Chiefs, who love their three-tight-end formations, are quietly optimistic about what they might get from this year’s sets that could well include a 260-pounder with wide receiver skills in Kelce and two other athletes who played basketball but not football in college."