Chiefs News 6/18: Chiefs should consider trading for Saquon Barkley


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Nick Bolton, left-back, Kansas City Chiefs

2021 stats: 112 fobs, 11 foes in 16 matches

The Kansas City Chiefs entered the 2021 season with a noticeable need in the quarterback. While veteran Anthony Hitchens was a productive member of the unit, his lack of athleticism had been highlighted in the sub-packs the previous year. Willie Jay’s 2020 second-round pick has yet to prove himself, and rookie Nick Bolton certainly won’t be the immediate solution Energy-Meditation.

However, as the weeks passed and Bolton settled into the role, he thrived. By mid-year, Bolton had run three games with a total of 35 tackles and five tackles to lose. I’ve played more than 72 percent Of the shots in just one of those games.

Its development peaked in time, with Bolton becoming a major reason for the Chiefs’ defensive unit improvement over the course of the year. He’s been a force throughout the Chiefs’ first two playoffs, too.

Kansas City has retooled its defense of this unit to be more sporty and versatile. With the Hitchens moving to a free agency, Bolton must now play near every shot every week rather than be a part-time contributor. Look for him to realize his star status and be the center of the chiefs’ defense for a long time.

Denver sports fans were furious and bewildered by Kansas City’s World Cup win over their home city | Kansas City Star

Quite a few Denver fans were either shocked or outraged that their city was overrun in favor of Kansas City. It included Colorado Rapids Coach Robin Fraser.

“I think if you look at cities in this area, Kansas City is one of them,” Fraser told Colorado Public Radio, “It’s baffling to me that Kansas City was chosen over Denver.”

That story noted: “Rubing the salt into the wounds, Denver lost to Kansas City, a regional enemy thanks to Denver Broncos The decades-old rivalry with the Kansas City chiefs.”

It’s only natural to expect hostility toward KC from fans in Denver because the Broncos haven’t defeated The Chiefs since 2015. T

This may have fueled some of the anger of the fans in Denver, who breathed their voice after FIFA picked its choice of 2026 World Cup host cities. There were more than a few that included expletives, so they cannot be listed here.

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Kansas City Chiefs: Trade for Sacon Barclay

Chiefs get: RB Saquon Barkley

The Giants get: RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire, 2023 fourth round pick

The Kansas City Chiefs have added three new bodies to their backcourt this off-season, including free agent Ronald Jones and rookies Isiah Pacheco and Jerrion Ealy. They have just brought veteran Gerrick McKinnon back after an impressive stint in 2021. They clearly view the situation as a concern despite taking over Clyde Edwards Heller in the first round two years ago.

Their best outcome is to trade Edwards-Helaire in a new position and gamble on a higher talent.

The New York Giants You have a bad menu but it is expensive. New head coach Brian Daboll will surely love to publish an all-healthy Saquon Barkley in 2022, but the franchise has seen production and limited availability from the 2018 No. 2 pick. Trading the $7.2 million cap and taking a fresh look at Edwards-Helaire is the most prudent decision.

Barkley, despite lacking the explosive power he had before tearing up the AFC Champions League in 2020, still has plenty of fans across the league thanks to his potential as a double threat. His fifth-year option would allow Kansas City to take a one-year trek to get back in shape. It is clear that Barkley, unlike Edwards Heller, would be the most talented in a crowded room.

Former Bills head coach Marv Levy inducted into CFL Hall of Fame |

He will become the third person in the Canadian Football Hall of Fame and the Pro Football Hall of Fame, joining the former Minnesota Vikings and Winnipeg coach Bud Grant and quarterback Warren Moon, who began his illustrious career in the Canadian Football League with Edmonton. Moon played most of his NFL career with the Houston Oilers and has also played for Minnesota, Seattle and Kansas City.

“You surprised me, you surprised me after all these years,” Levy told Canadian Press from Chicago during a phone interview. “I know how few people are in both the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

“I know Bud Grant was an opponent, but he was also a guy that I liked a lot and liked a lot. And Warren Moon was a great player, both in Canada and in the NFL. He’s very warm. I’m happy and a little surprised.”

What NFL teams are set up for sustainable success? | Team 33

1 – Mayors of Kansas City

I worked with Andy Reed for 14 years in Philadelphia, and he is a clear future coach at the Hall of Fame. Mahomes’ blend of athleticism, precision, intelligence and leadership is killer. Looking at every decade in football, there has been a theme of one team dominating the decade through dominant play. The eighties were dominated by cowboys. 90’s before 49ers; 2000s and 2010s by Belichick and Brady. When we look back at the late 2010s and 2020, I think we’d say the same about the presidents. That’s why they are the first team on this list.

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Browns’ Karim Hunt says he hopes to extend long-term contract with Cleveland | Ovarian Report

NFL Hunt was suspended for the first eight games of the 2019 season for violating the league’s personal conduct policy. He scored 464 scrimmage yards and three touchdowns in his first season with Cleveland.

Hunt signed a one-year restricted free agent tender to stay with the Browns in April 2020. Toledo Alum was given a two-year, $12 million extension five months later which kept him on contract until the 2022 season.

The 2020 campaign was Hunt’s best as a Browns member. He finished the race with 841 yards, receiving 304 yards and 11 total touchdowns. The 26-year-old appeared in all 18 games, including the playoffs, that season.

Cleveland has one of the best fast attacks in the NFL. The group finished fourth with 145.4 yards per game on the ground last season. Nick Chubb, signed to 2024, ran for 1,259 yards and eight touchdowns in 14 starts.

Jadeveon Clowney is re-signing with the Cleveland Browns so he can play again with Deshaun Watson | ESPN

“I thought I played really well here last year, and I feel like I can improve and do what I did last year,” said the defensive end when listing the reasons for his return to Brown.

“Then my son came here, Deschamps.”

Clowney is exiting his breakout season with the Browns after signing a one-year deal last year. Playing against All-Pro pass rusher Myles Garrett, Clowney finished with nine sacks; Garrett and Clooney both ranked in the top four in the NFL in rush win rate.

“me and [Garrett] They did some good things together,” Clooney said as the Browns completed their final training camp at First Energy Stadium. We’ve got on really well. We’ve played well with each other. We’re feeding on each other. We’re going to do the same this year, even better. … We’ve got a good thing going since last year. We want to keep it going this year.”

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4) Where is Rob Gronkowski?

Such as Tampa Bay Buccaneers The mini is over, there has been no update on whether Rob Gronkowski will return to the team. The tight end has always been noncommittal about his desire to play, even after Tom Brady returns to the fold after a 40-day retirement.

Gronk can take his time – he’ll definitely be on a reduced training schedule at boot camp, and he’s made it clear that if he comes back, it’ll only be for the Bucs. Tampa Bay seems to be keeping an open spot for it – after OJ Howard’s departure, the Buccaneers had Cameron Pratt and a handful of very young players in the position. Bock will undoubtedly be better with Gronk – Brady said he’s “hopeful” he’ll be back – and for those who love to have fun, the NFL is better with him at that, too.

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Chiefs make four moves in the list after mandatory mini-camps

With organized team activities (OTAs) and their mandatory small camp behind them, Kansas City Chiefs He made four moves on the roster on Thursday, signing defensive back Chris Lamons and wide receiver Aaron Parker while ceding corner back Luke Barco. Wide receiver Matthew Sexton was also waived with the hit set.

Lamons, 26, has been with the Chiefs for the past two seasons — almost exclusively as a player on special teams. He spent the 2020 season in the coaching staff, being promoted to the active roster for two regular games and all three post-season games. He made it to the 53-man squad in 2021, and made 12 appearances before being put on the reserve/injured list in December.

Lammons were in the news during the holiday period. he – with New Orleans Saints Alvin Camara and two other men escape – wanted by Las Vegas police after a man was beaten up at a nightclub in the early morning hours of February 5. surrender himself On February 16 – the day after news of his initial involvement in the matter came out. His signature indicates that the chiefs have convinced themselves that he will not face serious consequences from the accident.

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