Topic: Terrance Copper
The Chiefs’ 53-man roster is in and, you guessed it, there are some surprises. In addition to key free agent signings Kelly Gregg, LeRon McClain and Jared Gaither as well as the Chiefs’ draft class that features Jonathan Baldwin, Rodney Hudson and Justin Houston, thereRead on »
Ok so the score may not reflect a “W” for the Chiefs, but I think its clear to say that Kansas City went out and handed it to the SuperBowl Champs Thursday night in Green Bay. After recieving the ball first, the Chiefs quickly turned theRead on »
It is a sad, sad week here at Chiefs Command, as the season is officially over. Many of you are wondering what will be going on around here now, and I tell you to fear not. Yes, while there will not be any more What to Watch for threads, there will be plenty of other exciting off-season articles and posts that will keep you hungry for next yearRead on »
Nearly 3 hours after the NFL deadline for every NFL team to reach the 53-man roster, the Kansas City Chiefs have announced their final cuts.
13 players were cut along with Jeremy Urban and Maurice Leggett being placed on the Injury Reserve. Urban’s injury is a mystery, with details to come.Read on »
So before the Kansas City Chiefs make their final cuts on Saturday, I’ve decided to bring you the first of a few versions of the Chiefs final 53 man roster. Of course, there will likely be some waiver pickups before it’s all said and done, but these are the guys I want wearing the Red and Gold…for now. The order in which the players appear will be where I want them on the depth chart.Read on »
They played in what was perhaps the biggest and most important game in NFL history. Super Bowl I.
Now…they’re playing in the most worthless football game besides the Pro Bowl, the fourth preseason game. Starters usually don’t last past a handful of series. Effort is lacking as most players are trying not to get hurt and the third and fourth stringers make terrible decisions that are the outcome of trying to make the roster by making a big play.Read on »