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ANDY REID RUMORS & GOSSIP

Jamaal Charles injured his foot moving out of the Chiefs’ dorms

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid revealed that running back Jamaal Charles injured his foot while moving out the team’s dorms at the end of training camp. “He came down a grassy slope there and just kind of rolled his foot over on the curb,” Reid said, via ESPN.com. “It was that simple. That was it. He went up to [trainer Rick Burkholder]. … He was hurting that night, and the...
Via Pro Football Zone
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National confidence level in Kansas City Chiefs holds steady after preseason Week 2

Now, it’s getting interesting. Across the NFL, teams are honing in on what they have for 2014, trying to establish what they are and what they’re going to do this season. A week after seeing a lot of starters sit out around the league, almost every marquee player was on the field during the second week of the preseason. This week and next, teams will essentially have dress rehearsals...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
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Kansas City Chiefs: Jamaal Charles Foot Injury a “Freak Thing”

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid left his offensive starters in for the entire first half last night during a preseason game against Carolina. Most other teams in the league left their offensive starters in for just one quarter in Week 2. Everyone contributed to Kansas City’s cause, except All Pro running back Jamaal Charles, who didn’t even make the trip down to Carolina...
Via Standing O Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid says Dwayne Bowe’s finger is “shot”

Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe hasn’t looked very good during training camp. He’s had a hard time holding onto the football and now we know why. “His finger is shot,” Reid said Thursday, via ESPN.com. “It’s been thrown out of place about 15 times, and he’s not catching the ball. But he’s getting his work done. You can practice with that type of thing.” Bowe will...
Via Pro Football Zone
3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Chiefs are looking way too thin at wide receiver

In the first year of the Andy Reid era in Kansas City, the offensively re-designed Chiefs surprised no one by focusing their passing game on short, high percentage throws. The result was winning (albeit against several opponents starting backup quarterbacks), and doing it while taking few risks. Reid honed in on Jamaal Charles, and in the end he accounted for nearly 40 percent of...
Via This Given Sunday
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Chiefs host U.S. military members at final open practice

AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool The Kansas City Chiefs celebrated their organization’s Military Appreciation Day by inviting a group of soldiers from Fort Riley to watch the team’s final practice. “It’s great to have the military out here and have their support,” Andy Reid, the team’s head coach, said in an interview with Chiefs Spin. “We know and appreciate how much they do...
Via Down and Distance
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid Calmly Takes The Ice Bucket Challenge

.embed-container {position: relative; padding-bottom: 100%; height: 0; overflow: hidden;} .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; } Andy Reid is the latest sports figure to undergo the ice bucket challenge, where people have a bucket of ice water dumped on their head in order to raise...
Via Next Impulse Sports
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Andy Reid says a Kansas City Chiefs backup looks like Larry the Cable Guy

Andy Reid’s press conference’s have never been known for their energy or humor, but on Monday, Big Red provided the media with something to laugh about when addressing fourth-year guard Ricky Henry’s snaps with the first team in practice. ‘He looks like the Larry the Cable Guy’ Chiefs continue looking at Ricky Henry, aka Larry the Cable Guy as coach Reid called him, with...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Andy Reid compares Chiefs guard to Larry the Cable Guy?

What do Chiefs guard Ricky Henry and Larry the Cable Guy have in common? More than you think. Henry, a third-stringer who's received reps with the first team in training camp, has drawn praise from coach Andy Reid. Highly unusual praise. “He’s a tough kid, I’m not telling you it’s all pretty,” Reid told reporters on Sunday, per Profootballtalk.com.  “He looks...
Via Helmet2Helmet
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid ranked 8th best in NFL, full top-20 revealed

When cover32 released its list of the top 10 coaches in the NFL today, there were some people angry about their favorite team’s leader not making the list. It made for a bit of spirited debate in the “Comments” section below the article. And it also begged another question: How close was Mr. Irate Fan’s HC to making the list? To provide an answer, the editors at cover32 have...
Via cover32 - Chiefs
21 days ago  |  Discuss
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