Arrowheadlines: Chiefs appear to be in good shape in the coming years

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NFL Top 10 Rankings for 2022: Travis Kelce Proves to Become a Veterans in Group Credits

1. Travis Kelce

Kelce is back in our NFL rankings No. 1. Although he will turn 33 in October, Kelce has shown no signs of slowing down. It’s true that he’s not a stud run blocker, but last year Kelce celebrated its sixth consecutive 1,000-yard campaign – the NFL record it continues to build on – and won its third All-Pro Selection and seventh consecutive Pro Bowl. offer. In 2021, he took second place in terms of yards and receptions among all tense ends and leveled the lead in terms of landings.

Kelce is simply an elite who will run out and may lose even more responsibility in the betting game this year due to the loss of Tyreek Hill.

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Actual selection: S Johnathan Abram

Again, I think the Raiders were in the right position, just the wrong player in the draft. Abrams was an athletic bastard, but time proved what Las Vegas really needed: a rear-end athlete with a good range to play for free safety. That’s what Thornhill, who has earned two marks of 70.0 plus in three seasons, could have brought it.

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Where, then, is this thing going? For a while it seemed like nowhere. There seems to be little outcome to the ongoing quarrel, as the Dolphins and Chiefs will not meet in the regular season before 2023 and the only chance to confront the AFC play-offs, which Dolphins has not yet done. have been part of for six years.

But then Hill got involved with Ryan Clark, a former Pittsburgh Steelers security guard who accused him of telling the truth about his Mahomes comments, and here we are, with something now out of our time that was watched and monitored in the coming months.

Hill is upset and this reality will not be resolved any time soon. Expect him to talk more. Sooner or later, the Chiefs may get sick and bite something a little spicy. God, we hope so. The summer heat is another reminder that there are still months left until the grid Sundays.

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Kansas City leaders: WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling

The Kansas City Chiefs were able to maintain some of their offensive ability despite the departure of Tyreek Hill, the broadcaster of the All-Pro, through trading with the Miami Dolphins.

The Athletic’s Nate Taylor said backfielder Patrick Mahomes and Marquez Valdes-Scantling created some chemistry during spring training that gives the team hope that head coach Andy Reid and offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy will still be able to call in the big games.

Over the four seasons at the Green Bay Packers, Valdes-Scantling caught an average of 17.5 yards per catch and led the league in that category in the 2020 season (20.9 yards per admission).

Valdes-Scantling, on the other hand, does not have the most reliable hands. He has completed two of his four campaigns with a catch rate of less than 48 percent and never registered more than 53 percent.

Valdes-Scantling played Aaron Rodgers in the Quadruple League MVP, so due to his inconsistencies, we can’t point to less than the perfect situation for a quarterback. In the upright game, the game options may not be used.

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Kansas City lost two important parts of the list that led to four consecutive AFC championship games in 2018-2021 with broad winger Tyreek Hill and security Tyrann Mathieu, but such difficult decisions are how to create a 10-year Super Bowl window. five years old.

In the short term, they have growing pains as Marquez Valdes-Scantling, JuJu Smith-Schuster and second-round Skyy Moore create a new host, but they could do much worse if they surround Travis Kelce with helpers. weapons.

On the other hand, tackle Orlando Brown Jr. hasn’t yet signed his franchise deal, as the July 15 extension is fast approaching, and he hasn’t given a centimeter to negotiate, which is the leverage a player gets after a big change from the team. to purchase their services. Kansas City may have no choice but to make him the highest paid player in the NFL, and it’s fair to ask if its production is worth the price.

Chiefs’ Orlando Brown Jr. Signs Up for TrialNet Type 1 Diabetes Study | 41 KSHB

On Monday, Brown signed up for a TrialNet study to help raise awareness and find answers to type 1 diabetes, a disease that has directly affected him.

“It’s an important reason for me, and I think raising awareness is very important,” Brown said.

Patients must meet the following requirements:

You have a first-degree relative with type 1 diabetes (mother, father, sibling) and must be between 2.5 and 45 years old.

You must have a second-degree relative with type 1 diabetes (uncle, aunt, cousin) and be between 2.5 and 20 years old.

Brown’s younger brother was diagnosed with T1D at a young age, making Brown eligible for this study. His father also died at the age of 40 from diabetic ketoacidosis, although he never knew he had diabetes.

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Browns QB Deshaun Watson handles 20 out of 24 cases of sexual misconduct |

“Today, I announce that all but four of the cases against Deshaun Watson have been resolved,” Tony Buzbee, a lawyer for the plaintiffs against Watson, said in a statement received by on Tuesday. “We are working on the paperwork involved in these settlements. Once we have done so, these specific cases will be rejected. The terms and amounts of the settlements will be confidential. We will not comment on the agreements or these cases further.

Buzbee also said in a statement that Ashley Solis, the first plaintiff to sue Watson, had not resolved her case.

“His case has not been resolved and so the story of him and the other three brave women continues,” Buzbee said. “I look forward to hearing these cases in a timely manner, consistent with other commitments and the court’s timetable.”

NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said in a statement on Tuesday that “today’s developments will not affect the disciplinary process of collective bargaining.”

Four-time Super Bowl champion Rob Gronkowski announces end to career after 11 seasons at Patriots, Buccaneers |

“In college, I was asked to write about a dream job I wanted to take up and where it would be,” Gronk wrote on Instagram. “Every time I had to write about my future, I chose to be a professional footballer. However, we had to choose a location for this task. So I wrote that I wanted to play in Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Tampa, for several reasons, because the sunny weather was number 1. I completely forgot to write this report up to 2 years ago when I had the opportunity to join Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And let me say that the trip to Tampa over the last two years has taken over what I originally wrote about in college.

“And for that, I want to thank the whole Buccaneers first-class organization for the amazing ride, entrusting me to play back and help build the championship. , everything I had, be it good or bad, the friendships and relationships I have made will last forever and I appreciate every one of my teammates and coaches for giving them everything they have had since retirement. and for winning another championship title and now back to relaxation, thank you to everyone.

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Predicting the performances of the Chiefs’ top 5 newcomers in 2022

1. George Karlaftis | EDGE Round 1, select 30

What are we talking about right now?

“After the team’s first three compulsory training sessions on Tuesday, Karlaft revealed that he had gained a lead in becoming a professional, losing £ 10-15 in the pre-draw process. was listed on Purdue at £ 275is likely to be in the range of £ 260-265.


EDGE may have been the Chiefs’ biggest resort this off-season. When he initially received conflicting ratings from our pre-project film crew, all the reports from the mini-camp say that Karlaft lost 10 to 15 pounds and is playing on the field like a playful man. If this lighter Karlaft can translate to produce his newly found sportiness, the Chiefs may have found a cornerstone around which they can build their passport momentum.

Predicted Newcomer PFF Class: 66.0

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