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Chiefs 2020 Offseason Thread
#21

(02-18-2020, 10:09 PM)tyecopeland Wrote:  
(02-18-2020, 09:40 PM)DallasChief Wrote:  Pennel is going to get paid by someone.

Hopefully us.
Seconded.
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#22

Let's be realistic about our cap situation.

If they give Mahomes a new deal and if they give or even tag Chris Jones, there's not much left even after cutting Watkins.

Players like Breeland and Pennel have a chance to cash in winning the Super Bowl.

And Chris Harris would have to be chasing a ring and willing to take the vet minimum. And someone who already has a ring probably isn't going to chase one for the minimum.
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#23

Oh boy, cap speculation and contract discussions.

I'mma see ya'll come draft time.
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#24

https://twitter.com/jamespalmertv/status...84992?s=21
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#25

https://www.espn.com/college-football/st...ing-search
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#26

Who's the resident draft guru? I keep seeing us and the Pat's connected to the te moss. And then I see him mocked late 3rd. Would that be a good 2nd te potential heir? Im thinking if we get a good enough #2 te, kelce can just be the defacto #2 wr.
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#27

(02-21-2020, 06:05 PM)tyecopeland Wrote:  Who's the resident draft guru? I keep seeing us and the Pat's connected to the te moss. And then I see him mocked late 3rd. Would that be a good 2nd te potential heir? Im thinking if we get a good enough #2 te, kelce can just be the defacto #2 wr.
 
 Kelce already lines up the majority of his snaps at WR and does very little blocking.  Pretty sure he's already our #2 WR.

https://www.theringer.com/nfl-playoffs/2...nship-game
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#28

(02-21-2020, 06:11 PM)NOLA Wrote:  
(02-21-2020, 06:05 PM)tyecopeland Wrote:  Who's the resident draft guru? I keep seeing us and the Pat's connected to the te moss. And then I see him mocked late 3rd. Would that be a good 2nd te potential heir? Im thinking if we get a good enough #2 te, kelce can just be the defacto #2 wr.
 
 Kelce already lines up the majority of his snaps at WR and does very little blocking.  Pretty sure he's already our #2 WR.

https://www.theringer.com/nfl-playoffs/2...nship-game

That's what I'm saying. He can just drop the charade and be a wr and we can use the #2 te as THE te.
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#29

(02-21-2020, 06:05 PM)tyecopeland Wrote:  Who's the resident draft guru? I keep seeing us and the Pat's connected to the te moss. And then I see him mocked late 3rd. Would that be a good 2nd te potential heir? Im thinking if we get a good enough #2 te, kelce can just be the defacto #2 wr.

I don't watch enough college ball anymore to be a draft guru, but seeing as Thaddeus Moss is Randy Moss's son and from the LSU Tigers national championship team, I can at least say I'm familiar with him.

He wasn't the feature weapon of his college team by any means, but he's one of those guys that's a more intriguing pro prospect than a college player. He's no where near as athletic as pappy Moss, but if he has a good combine he could shoot up people's boards. A little undersized at 6'3", 230ish, though I've seen him listed both heavier or lighter so who knows.

Best thing about him is his hands. PFF says he didn't drop a single pass in 2019. With Andy Reid scheming him open and Mahomes throwing the ball, I think he'd be an awesome fit, but there are better looking TE prospects.
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#30

Chiefs re-signed Chad Henne to be the primary backup. 2 year deal

https://www.arrowheadpride.com/2020/3/16...-year-deal

Also, they put tenders on ERFAs OL Andrew Wylie and TE Deon Yelder.

https://www.arrowheadpride.com/2020/3/16...drew-wylie
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