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BEN GRUBBS RUMORS & GOSSIP

Ben Grubbs is leading the Chiefs -- whether he likes it or not

Ben Grubbs is the only linemen on the Chiefs who's older than 30.He's seen some things -- including the 2011 and 2013 Pro Bowls -- that make him a team leader, albeit a reluctant one.“When I first came here, I was more consumed with the sense of making sure I knew my job,” Grubbs told B.J. Kissel of KCChiefs.com. “I kind of shied away from being a vocal leader."He won't flaunt...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Three biggest additions to the Kansas City Chiefs roster for 2015

Ben Grubbs After barely missing the playoffs in 2014 and coming into the offseason, the Kansas City Chiefs had some work to do. Somehow, with only a shoestring budget, the Chiefs managed to pick up some quality players through free agency, and also the 2015 NFL draft. Each one of these players will hopefully contribute in a significant way throughout their time in Kansas City. That’s...
Via isportsweb.com
May 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Kansas City Chiefs extend G Ben Grubbs

The Chiefs traded a 5th round pick to the Saints for Ben Grubbs last week. I said it was a decent move for the guard needy Chiefs because, while Grubbs did grade below average last season and while he is going into his age 31 season, he graded out as a top-16 guard from 2009-2013. His salary for 2015 was scheduled to be 6.6 million, but he wasn’t guaranteed anything beyond 2015...
Via The Football Fan Spot
March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints trade G Ben Grubbs to the Kansas City Chiefs

Trade for Saints: The Saints came into the off-season in rough shape cap wise. Getting rid of Grubbs hurts, but it’s an understandable move. Grubbs was a top-16 guard on Pro Football Focus for 5 straight seasons from 2009-2013, but graded out slightly below average last season and now he’s going into his age 31 season. The Saints save 6.6 million in cash and 3.6 million on the...
Via The Football Fan Spot
March 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Analysis: Chiefs release Dwayne Bowe, acquire Ben Grubbs

The Kansas City Chiefs see an opportunity in the AFC West, and are not waiting around. General manager John Dorsey released Dwayne Bowe on Thursday afternoon while simultaneously trading for New Orleans Saints guard Ben Grubbs in exchange for a fifth-round pick, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. Bowe was expected to be a cap casualty. The former LSU star and 2007 first-round pick was...
Via This Given Sunday
March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Saints Trade Ben Grubbs to the Chiefs

The New Orleans Saints continue to part ways with valuable assets. They have reportedly traded two-time Pro Bowl guard Ben Grubbs to the Kansas City Chiefs for a fifth-round pick in the upcoming NFL draft. Gubbs, 31, has started 118 of a possible 128 games in eight NFL seasons. Since signing a five-year, $36 million contract with New Orleans prior to the 2012 season, the former first...
Via Sportsnaut
March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Saints trade G Ben Grubbs to Chiefs for 5th round pick

Gone now is veteran guard Ben Grubbs who was a Pro Bowler for the Saints in 2013. Adam Schefter broke the news:   Chiefs traded this year’s 5th-round pick to Saints for two-time Pro Bowl guard Ben Grubbs, per league source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 12, 2015 The Saints were never keeping both guards and with Tim Lelito and Senio Kelemete on the team there are...
Via The Saints Nation
March 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Saints Nation's Exclusive Interview with Saints' Pro Bowl Guard Ben Grubbs

I had the honor to catch up with Saints' Pro Bowl guard Ben Grubbs as he's promoting his softball game on May 15th in Metairie at Zephyr Field. The game is partnering with the Ben Grubbs #66 Foundation which supports children in single parent homes. Below we discussed his career, the Saints' offensive line, the changes to the personnel up front and what the Darren Sproles trade means...
Via The Saints Nation
March 27, 2014  |  Discuss

2nd Annual Ben Grubbs #66 Foundation Softball Game Returns to New Orleans With Saints Offense ...

New Orleans Saints Pro Bowl guard Ben Grubbs wants revenge – but it’s all for a good cause.   Grubbs is hosting his annual charity softball game on Thursday, May 15 at Zephyr Field in Metairie with more than 30 current Saints players expected to participate.   The game is open to the public. Tickets go on sale Monday (Feb. 24) at 10 a.m. at all Ticketmaster...
Via The Saints Nation
February 25, 2014  |  Discuss

New Orleans Saints: State of the Offensive Line

How many times as Saints Fans, while watching a game, have we said: “C’mon man!”, “Are you kidding me?”, “Block for him!”, “There’s too much pressure on Drew!” ? In my opinion, this has been a difficult year for the Saints Offensive Line. Maybe it’s just because we saw so much improvement in the defense department and tend to focus on Drew and the running game...
Via isportsweb.com
February 07, 2014  |  Discuss
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