St, Joseph, MO - On Sunday evening, the Kansas City Chiefs will get a prime time showdown against the Carolina Panthers. One player, who missed the teams exhibition opener, wide receiver Junior Hemingway, will finally get a chance to show off his improving skills. If he takes another leap in 2014, his offensive output could be a driving force behind KC’s offense.
Can the Kansas City Chiefs receivers cut down on dropped passes, or will 2014 be another ‘dropped’ opportunity?
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Junior Hemingway made a minimal impact in 2013, but when his number was called, he came through for the team. He finished 2013 with 13 receptions, 125 yds and 2 TDs with six of those 13 catches resulting in a 1st down. At 6’1″...
One of the Kansas City Chiefs biggest weaknesses in the 2013 season was their lack of talent at the wide receiver position. Unfortunately, the team failed to address the position in the offseason after being stood up by free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders. So where do the Chiefs stand at the receiver position? Andy Teicher of ESPN.com broke down how the Chiefs receivers rank...
The Chiefs signed eight players to the practice squad Saturday, including wide receiver Junior Hemingway and defensive lineman Jerome Long, their seventh-round picks in April's draft.
All the players signed to the practice team were waived the previous day, when the Chiefs had to trim their roster from 75 players to 53 by the NFL's deadline.
The Chiefs technically have...
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September 01, 2012