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  1. AFCCG - Jags at Pats

    Brady missing media session for treatment. Uggh - hope he'll be ok. http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/01/17/tom-brady-misses-media-session-for-treatment/
  2. 2018 Draft Order

    Created a seven round draft order with trades, projected comp picks etc. over at the KC forum. You can find it here: If you find any mistakes (or know something about the undetermined conditional trades listed at the very end) let me know.
  3. Roster Moves

    McGill, T.Y. NT North Carolina State Free Agent Signing Reserve/Future
  4. Roster Moves

    Putting this one up to have a place to announce roster moves. Everyone is welcome to add or comment ... this will not be part of the database. First one - the Chiefs had an open slot on the PS after the promotion of Akeem Hunt to the 53. They filled it today:
  5. 2018 KC Chiefs Roster

    The Chiefs currently have 67 players under contract for 2018, counting against the max. roster strength of 90 players. Tackles 2018 - 75 Erving, Cameron 2021 - 72 Fisher, Eric XXXX - 64 Gordon, Dillon 2020 - 71 Schwartz, Mitchell Guards/Centers 2022 - 76 Duvernay-Tardif, Laurent 2019 - 79 Ehinger, Parker XXXX - 62 Johnson, Kaleb 2018 - 61 Morse, Mitch XXXX - 77 Wylie, Andrew 2018 - 70 Witzmann, Bryan Quarterbacks 2020 - 15 Mahomes, Patrick II 2018 - 11 Smith, Alex Running Backs XXXX - 43 Atkinson, George XXXX - 31 Hunt, Akeem 2020 - 27 Hunt, Kareem XXXX - 26 Spiller, C.J. 2018 - 32 Ware, Spencer 2018 - 35 West, Charcandrick Tight Ends XXXX - XX Amaro, Jace XXXX - 82 Charles, Orson XXXX - 88 Firkser, Anthony 2018 - 84 Harris, Demetrius 2021 - 87 Kelce, Travis Wide Receivers XXXX - 83 Braverman, Daniel 2020 - 80 Chesson, Jehu 2018 - 17 Conley, Chris XXXX - 4 Dieter, Gehrig 2019 - 10 Hill, Tyreek XXXX - 19 Kemp, Marcus 2019 - 14 Robinson, Demarcus XXXX - XX Shippen, Brandon Defensive Tackles XXXX - XX Augusta, Josh XXXX - 90 Charles, Stefan XXXX - 74 Hamilton, Justin XXXX - XX McGill, T.Y. Defensive Ends 2018 - 97 Bailey, Allen 2019 - 95 Jones, Chris XXXX - 98 Purcell, Mike Linebackers 2020 - 45 Eligwe, Ukeme 2018 - 55 Ford, Dee 2018 - 91 Hali, Tamba XXXX - 54 Holmes, Tyrone 2020 - 50 Houston, Justin 2018 - 56 Johnson, Derrick 2020 - 92 Kpassagnon, Tanoh 2019 - 52 Nicolas, Dadi Lhomme 2019 - 59 Ragland, Reggie 2018 - 51 Zombo, Frank Cornerbacks XXXX - 46 Baxter, Keith XXXX - XX Dorleant, Makinton XXXX - XX Iworah, Prince Charles 2019 - 6 Lampkin, Ashton 2018 - 20 Nelson Steven 2018 - 22 Peters, Marcus XXXX - XX Price, Sheldon XXXX - 40 Reaser, Keith XXXX - 26 Redmond, Will 2018 - 24 Revis, Darrelle Safeties 2022 - 29 Berry, Eric XXXX - 0 Chappell, Devin XXXX - 34 McQuay, Leon III 2019 - 21 Murray, Eric 2019 - 38 Parker, Ron 2020 - 49 Sorensen, Daniel XXXX - 40 Sterns, Jordan Specialists XXXX - 7 Butker, Harrison 2021 - 41 Winchester, James Practice Squad Reserve/Non-Football Injury Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform Reserve/Injured Practice Squad Injured Reserve/Suspended Rumours/Workouts Recently released Traded Off Retired Front Office Clark Hunt - Chairman of the Board/Chief Executive Officer Mark Donovan - President Brett Veach - General Manager Dan Crumb - Chief Financial Officer Bill Chapin - Senior Vice President of Business Operations Tyler Epp - Vice President of Business Development Ted Crews - Vice President of Communication Kirsten Krug - Vice President of Administration Brandon Hamilton - Vice President of Stadium Operations and Facilities Tyler Kirby - Vice President of Ticketing Matt Kenny - Vice President of Stadium Services & Events Kimberly Hobbs - Vice President of Corporate Partnerships & Premium Sales Brandt Tilis - Director of Football Administration Mike Borgonzi - Director of Player Personnel Tim Terry - Director of Pro Personnel Ryan Poles - Director of College Scouting Brian Shafar - Director of Team Security Allen Wright - Equipment Director Pat Brazil - Director of Video Operations Brad Gee - Director of Football Communications Front Office Released Coaches HC - Andy Reid Sr Asst to HC - Porter Ellet SpecProjects - Tommy Brasher Stats - Mike Frazier DC - Bob Sutton DefAsst - Terry Bradden DQC - Jay Valai DL - Britt Reid DL - Mike Smith (Assistant) LB - Gary Gibbs LB - Mark DeLeone (Assistant) DB - Emmitt Thomas CB - Al Harris OC - Eric Bieniemy OQC - Joe Bleymaier OQC - Mike Kafka OL - Andy Heck QB - QB - Corey Matthaei (Assistant) TE - Tom Melvin WR - Greg Lewis RB - Deland McCullough ST - Dave Toub ST - Rod Wilson (Assistant) S&C - Barry Rubin S&C - Travis Crittenden (Assistant) S&C - Devin Woodhouse (Assistant) S&C - Ryan Reynolds (Sports Science) HAT - Rick Burkholder Coaching Staff Released
  6. Round One 1 Cleveland Browns 2 New York Giants 3 Indianapolis Colts 4 Cleveland Browns (from Houston Texans, 2017 draft, #12, used on DeShaun Watson) 5 Denver Broncos 6 New York Jets 7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 8 Chicago Bears 9 Oakland Raiders * 10 San Francisco 49ers * 11 Miami Dolphins 12 Cincinnati Bengals 13 Washington Redskins 14 Green Bay Packers 15 Arizona Cardinals 16 Baltimore Ravens 17 Los Angeles Chargers 18 Seattle Seahawks 19 Dallas Cowboys 20 Detroit Lions 21 Buffalo Bills 22 Buffalo Bills (from Kansas City Chiefs, 2017 draft, #10, used on Patrick Mahomes II) 23 Los Angeles Rams 24 Carolina Panthers 25 Tennessee Titans 26 Atlanta Falcons 27 New Orleans Saints 28 Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots Jacksonville Jaguars Philadelphia Eagles Minnesota Vikings Round Two 1 Cleveland Browns 2 New York Giants 3 Cleveland Browns (from Houston Texans, Brock Osweiler trade) 4 Indianapolis Colts 5 New York Jets 6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7 Chicago Bears 8 Denver Broncos 9 New England Patriots (from San Francisco 49ers, Jimmy Garrapolo trade) * 10 Miami Dolphins 11 Oakland Raiders * 12 Washington Redskins 13 Green Bay Packers 14 Cincinnati Bengals 15 Arizona Cardinals 16 Los Angeles Chargers 17 New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks, Jermaine Kearse/Sheldon Richardson trade) 18 Dallas Cowboys 19 Detroit Lions 20 Baltimore Ravens 21 Buffalo Bills 22 Kansas City Chiefs 23 Carolina Panthers 24 Buffalo Bills (from Los Angeles Rams, E.J.Gaines/Sammy Watson trade) 25 Tennessee Titans 26 Atlanta Falcons 27 San Francisco 49ers (from New Orleans Saints, 2017 draft, #67, used on Alvin Kamara) 28 Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots Jacksonville Jaguars Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia Eagles, 2016 draft, #2, used on Carson Wentz) Minnesota Vikings Round Three 1 Cleveland Browns 2 New York Giants 3 Indianapolis Colts 4 Houston Texans 5 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6 San Francisco 493rs (from Chicago Bears, 2017 draft, #2, used on Mitchell Trubisky) 7 Denver Broncos 8 New York Jets 9 Miami Dolphins 10 Oakland Raiders * 11 San Francisco 49ers * 12 Green Bay Packers 13 Cincinnati Bengals 14 Washington Redskins 15 Arizona Cardinals 16 Houston Texans (from Seattle Seahawks, Duane Brown trade) 17 Dallas Cowboys 18 Detroit Lions 19 Baltimore Ravens 20 Los Angeles Chargers 21 Carolina Panthers (from Buffalo Bills, Kelvin Benjamin trade) 22 Kansas City Chiefs 23 Los Angeles Rams 24 Carolina Panthers 25 Tennessee Titans 26 Atlanta Falcons 27 New Orleans Saints 28 Pittsburgh Steelers New England Patriots Jacksonville Jaguars Buffalo Bills (from Philadelphia Eagles, Jordan Matthews/Ronald Darby trade) Minnesota Vikings 33 Arizona Cardinals (Calais Campbell) ** 34 Houston Texans (A.J. Bouye) ** 35 Cincinnati Bengals (Kevin Zeitler) ** 36 Denver Broncos (Russell Okung) ** 37 Green Bay Packers (T.J. Lang) ** 38 Baltimore Ravens (Ricky Wagner) ** Round Four 1 Cleveland Browns 2 New York Giants 3 Houston Texans 4 Indianapolis Colts 5 Chicago Bears 6 Denver Broncos 7 New York Jets 8 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9 Oakland Raiders * 10 Denver Broncos (from San Francisco 49ers, Kapri Bibbs trade) * 11 Miami Dolphins 12 Cincinnati Bengals 13 Washington Redskins 14 Green Bay Packers 15 Chicago Bears (from Arizona Cardinals, 2017 draft trade, #36, used on Budda Baker) 16 Dallas Cowboys 17 Detroit Lions 18 Baltimore Ravens 19 Los Angeles Chargers 20 Seattle Seahawks 21 Buffalo Bills 22 Kansas City Chiefs 23 Cleveland Browns (from Carolina Panthers, Kasey Redfern/Andy Lee trade) 24 Los Angeles Rams 25 Tennessee Titans 26 Atlanta Falcons 27 New Orleans Saints 28 San Francisco 49ers (from Pittsburgh Steelers, Vance McDonald trade) Philadelphia Eagles (from New England Patriots, Eric Rowe trade) Jacksonville Jaguars Philadelphia Eagles Miami Dolphins (from Philadelphia Eagles, Jay Ajayi trade; acquired from Minnesota Vikings, Sam Bradford trade) 33 Arizona Cardinals (Tony Jefferson) ** 34 New England Patriots (Jabal Sheard) ** 35 New York Giants (Johnathan Hankins) ** 36 Dallas Cowboys (Ronald Leary) ** 37 Dallas Cowboys (Barry Church) ** Round Five 1 Cleveland Browns 2 New York Giants 3 Indianapolis Colts 4 Seattle Seahawks (from Houston Texans, Duane Brown trade) 5 Denver Broncos 6 San Francisco 49ers (from New York Jets, Rashard Robinson trade) 7 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 8 Chicago Bears 9 Pittsburgh Steelers (from San Francisco 49ers, Vance McDonald trade) * 10 New Orleans Saints (from Miami Dolphins, Stephone Anthony trade) * 11 Seattle Seahawks (from Oakland Raiders, Marshawn Lynch trade) 12 Washington Redskins 13 Green Bay Packers 14 Cincinnati Bengals 15 Arizona Cardinals 16 Detroit Lions 17 Baltimore Ravens 18 Los Angeles Chargers 19 Philadelphia Eagles (from Seattle Seahawks, Matt Tobin trade) 20 New York Jets (from Dallas Cowboys, 2017 draft trade, #191, used on Xavier Woods) 21 Buffalo Bills 22 Cleveland Browns (from Kansas City Chiefs, Cameron Erving trade) 23 Los Angeles Rams 24 Carolina Panthers 25 Tennessee Titans 26 Denver Broncos (from Atlanta Falcons, Ty Sambrailo trade) 27 New Orleans Saints 28 Pittsburgh Steelers Seattle Seahawks (from New England Patriots, Cassius March trade) Buffalo Bills (from Jacksonville Jaguars, Marcell Dareus) Philadelphia Eagles Minnesota Vikings 33 Cincinnati Bengals (Andrew Whitworth) ** 34 Green Bay Packers (Micah Hiye) ** 35 Dallas Cowboys (Brandon Carr) ** 36 Green Bay Packers (J.C. Tretter) ** 37 Dallas Cowboys (Morris Clayborne) ** 38 Green Bay Packers (Jared Cook) ** Round Six 2 New York Giants 3 Houston Texans 4 Indianapolis Colts 5 New York Jets 6 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 7 Chicago Bears 8 Denver Broncos 9 Miami Dolphins 10 Oakland Raiders * 11 San Francisco 49ers * 12 Green Bay Packers 13 Cincinnati Bengals 14 Washington Redskins 15 Arizona Cardinals 16 Baltimore Ravens 17 Los Angeles Chargers 18 Oakland Raiders (from Seattle Seahawks, Marshawn Lynch trade) 19 Dallas Cowboys 20 Los Angeles Rams (from Detroit Lions, Greg Robinson trade) 21 Los Angeles Rams (from Buffalo Bills, E.J. Gaines/Sammy Watkins trade) 22 Kansas City Chiefs 23 Carolina Panthers 24 Los Angeles Rams 25 Tennessee Titans 26 Atlanta Falcons 27 New Orleans Saints 28 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (from Pittsburgh Steelers, J.J. Wilcox trade; acquired from Cleveland Browns, Sammie Coates trade; acquired from Pittsburgh Steelers, Justin Gilbert trade) New England Patriots Jacksonville Jaguars Philadelphia Eagles Minnesota Vikings 33 Oakland Raiders (Latavious Murray) ** 34 Kansas City Chiefs (Nick Foles) ** 35 Houston Texans (John Simon) ** 36 Oakland Raiders (Malcolm Smith) ** 37 Minnesota Vikings (Cordarelle Patterson) ** 38 Houston Texans (Quintin Demps ) ** 39 Oakland Raiders (D.J. Hayden) ** 40 Minnesota Vikings (Adrian Peterson) ** 41 Oakland Raiders (Nate Allen) ** Round Seven 1 Cleveland Browns 2 New York Giants 3 Indianapolis Colts 4 Houston Texans 5 Miami Dolphins (from Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2017 draft, #223, used on Stevie Tu'ikolovatu) 6 Chicago Bears 7 Denver Broncos 8 Seattle Seahawks (from New York Jets, Jermaine Kearse/Sheldon Richardson trade) 9 Oakland Raiders * 10 San Francisco 49ers * 11 Miami Dolphins 12 Jacksonville Jaguars (from Cincinnati Bengals, Chris Smith trade) 13 Washington Redskins 14 Green Bay Packers 15 Arizona Cardinals 16 Carolina Panthers (from Buffalo Bills, Kelvin Benjamin trade; acquired from Los Angeles Chargers, Cardale Jones trade) 17 New York Jets (from Seattle Seahawks, Jermaine Kearse/Sheldon Richardson trade) 18 Dallas Cowboys 19 Detroit Lions 20 Baltimore Ravens 21 Buffalo Bills 22 San Francisco 49ers (from Kansas City Chiefs, Kenneth Acker trade) 23 Los Angeles Rams 24 Carolina Panthers 25 Tennessee Titans 26 Atlanta Falcons 27 New Orleans Saints 28 Pittsburgh Steelers Cincinnati Bengals (from New England Patriots, Marquis Flowers trade) Jacksonville Jaguars Seattle Seahawks (from New England Patriots, Cassius March trade; acquired from Seattle Seahawks, Justin Coleman trade; acquired from Philadelphia Eagles, Matt Tobin trade) Seattle Seahawks (from Minnesota Vikings, Tramaine Brock trade) 33 Los Angeles Chargers (Manti Te'o) ** 34 Cincinnati Bengals (Margus Hunt) ** 35 Cincinnati Bengals (Karlos Dansby) ** 36 Arizona Cardinals (Alex Okafor) ** 37 Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Bradley McDougald) ** 38 Atlanta Falcons (Tom Compton) ** Undetermined Conditional Trades Kansas City Chiefs (7th round; from Arizona Cardinals, Marcus Cooper trade) New Orleans Saints (6th round; from Arizona Cardinals, Adrian Peterson trade) Arizona Cardinals (7th round; from Baltimore Ravens, Tony Bergstrom trade) Green Bay Packers (7th round; from Buffalo Bills, Lerentee McCray trade) Pittsburgh Steelers (undetermined, from New York Giants, Ross Crockrell trade) Kansas City Chiefs (7th round; from Tennessee Titans, David King trade) * draft order to be determined by coin toss ** projected selections in accordance with overthecap.com
  7. 2018 KC Chiefs Roster

    Ford will have a 8.7 M$ cap hit with no guarantees (read: no dead Money) if released healthy. May depend on what the team sees in him mid- to long term. Wouldn't be surprised if the team signed him to a prove it deal for less, with a hefty roster bonus the second year. I don't think he'll have a truly big market if he hits the street right now.
  8. Roster Moves

    Not roster, but related: Chiefs lose three scouts to Cleveland: Zegler, Noel and Donahue. Obviously Dorsey made a few phone calls.
  9. 2018 KC Chiefs Roster

    check this: Here I will track the offseason. The roster is only for those guys that are under contract and builds the basis for the Skeleton Depth Chart: You can check the 2007 roster for those guys who will be free agents - I added the expiration date of the current contract in front of the jersey number: More overall info in the database:
  10. Roster Moves

    TE Jace Amaro signed to reserve/future contract
  11. Nagy Gone to Chicago

    Bieniemy likely to take over. Called it before. May shift the focus to the ground game a bit. Depends on the leeway Andy will give him. It's official. From the mothership: http://www.chiefs.com/news/article-2/Chiefs-Name-Eric-Bieniemy-Offensive-Coordinator/f797e381-f8ed-48ed-bd93-618f52b10dd2
  12. Roster Moves

    Chiefs signed all their PS players to reserve/future contracts: Atkinson, George RB Notre Dame Free Agent Signing Reserve/Future Braverman, Daniel WR Western Michigan Free Agent Signing Reserve/Future Dieter, Gehrig WR Alabama Free Agent Signing Reserve/Future Firkser, Anthony TE Harvard Free Agent Signing Reserve/Future Gordon, Dillon T Louisiana State Free Agent Signing Reserve/Future Holmes, Tyrone LB Montana Free Agent Signing Reserve/Future Johnson, Kaleb G Rutgers Free Agent Signing Reserve/Future Purcell, Mike NT Wyoming Free Agent Signing Reserve/Future Redmond, Will DB Mississippi State Free Agent Signing Reserve/Future Wylie, Andrew T Eastern Michigan Free Agent Signing Reserve/Future
  13. So long Sutton?

    Fake News by dishonest media!
  14. I love reading, so I took to the NFL rulebook trying to sort out what the refs may have seen. First it is important to understand a few terms and definitions: RULE 3, SECTION 28: RUNNER A Runner is the offensive player who is in possession of a live ball (3-2-7), i.e., holding the ball or carrying it in any direction. I think we can agree that Mariota was holding the ball, thus being a runner. Actually, any QB gaining control after the snap is considered a runner. RULE 7, SECTION 2 (DEAD BALL), ARTICLE 1 (DEAD BALL DECLARED). An official shall declare the ball dead and the down ended: ... (b) when a runner is held or otherwise restrained so that his forward progress ends ... Important here: The runner needs to be held or otherwise restrained. And it doesn't matter if the runner moved forward or backward. I think we can agree that anything after the ball is declared dead is irrelevant. Now there is a very subjective thing going into this, and we see it week in, week out: when is forward progress stopped? Quite often a RB rips lose after initial contact, reverts his direction and attempts to break through another gap. Is that meant by Rule 7? I don't think so. He needs to be HELD or RESTRAINED - in my opinion meaning: he can't move anymore. If he's able to rip lose he's no longer restrained. And we see that quite often. Not sure who it was - but there was a QB buried under a pile, able to dig out and run for like 20 yards - noone blew that play dead. However, the question to answer is: how long do you need to hold or restrain the runner? A second? 2 seconds? You can always make the argument AFTER the whistle that he got lose, however, you can also argue that he got lose because the defender let go because of the whistle. But one thing is for sure: Mariota was neither held nor restrained prior to Johnson's hit. Noone even touched him. So there can't have been a forward progress stop. Next thing: A look at the two point conversion non-fumble ... need to find a good vid of that first though.
  15. Ok, applying the same criteria as above, here is the botched two-point conversion: Start watching at 10:45: Sorensen gets his grips on Mariota and prevents further progress. Spins him around twice moving him backwards while in permanent contact. Halfway through the second spin the play is blown dead, very much in line with RULE 7, SECTION 2 (DEAD BALL), ARTICLE 1 (DEAD BALL DECLARED) as quoted above. So I think this a correct decision by the zebras.
  16. Wild Card Playoff vs Titans

    This was not a standing crew, this was a hodgepodge of several crews - and that may be the issue. Triplette had only one of his usual crew with him. Stupid thing to do to break up established crews for the playoffs.
  17. So long Sutton?

    Not sure Lombardi has any inside looks into the Chiefs organization. So he's connecting dots like we all do. And coaching changes are going to come with Nagy out.
  18. Roster Moves

    Please ...let's keep this thread for REAL roster moves ... not speculation. Lots of moves coming soon.
  19. Nagy Gone to Chicago

    And that says who??? Some random twitter guy/gal??
  20. Nagy Gone to Chicago

    More coaches I expect to be gone: Heck (fired) Reid Jr (hired somewhere else upon mutual agreement) Thomas (retired) Gibbs (fired/no extension) Tommy Brasher (retired) - what was he doing anyway? Sutton I have no clue. But as I predict most defensive position coaches gone it might be prudent to clear house. I don't think Toub will land a HC job, so he may be back. After this years' performance I'm not that sure that's automatically a good thing. ST looked mediocre at best (other than buttkicker.com and may be an overpayed Colquitt).
  21. Wild Card Playoff vs Titans

    When they blew the play dead Mariota was still eligible to pass. He did not cross the LOS. Otherwise any play where the QB starts to move backwards should be blown dead.
  22. Wild Card Playoff vs Titans

    NO COMMENT http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2018/01/07/mike-pereira-rips-jeff-triplette-and-crew-for-horrible-performance/ I still need to understand why the Mariota strip was unchallengable. Forward progress may be so, but "player was down by contact" is challengable to the best of my knowledge..
  23. Wild Card Playoff vs Titans

    Yep. Sorry. If I had an idea how to lose that game I'd apply for a job with the Chiefs. But as I don't I'll have to stick with the current one..
  24. Wild Card Playoff vs Titans

    Someone please explain why a play is dead once a QBs forward progress is stopped before establishing himself as a runner ... Read: Before crossing the LOS
  25. Wild Card Playoff vs Titans

    What the heck is the O doing? Reid calling plays again? And then Buttkicker misses?? Yikes.
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