The latest episode of the Arrowhead Addict podcast features a rousing game of Myth vs. Reality as the Kansas City Chiefs prepare for training camp.
With only a few weeks until the start of the NFL preseason, there’s a lot of excitement building for NFL fans as they look forward to a new year. The slates have been wiped clean from the successes and failures of the previous year, and a ton of talent has changed teams in the offseason. That means optimism is in the air and a lot of opinions are already flying about things known and unknown—for the Kansas City Chiefs and beyond.
Because of the inexact nature of takes this time of year, we thought we’d play a rousing game of Myth vs. Reality on the latest episode of the Arrowhead Addict podcast. What hot takes have merit? Which are founded on absolutely nothing? What hype is built on substance? What is nothing but empty calories?
In this episode, Sterling Holmes and Matt Conner talk about the enormity of an Orlando Brown Jr. extension, the sack potential of Leo Chenal, the promise of a rebuilt secondary, the amount left in the tank for Frank Clark, and much, much more. The hope is to meaningfully sift through what is true and what is false but to be honest, it all devolved into a Nickelback controversy.
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