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Chiefs Schedule 2022

Free agency has slowed to a halt, when most of the signings will now be vets who are getting into second and third contract territory. The draft is over and rookie minicamps are complete. Sure, OTAs are coming up, but what’s the next thing we need to get excited about? Obviously, the schedule release.

Bacon, Egg, and Chiefs : Sunday Mornings in the Kingdom

Bacon, Egg, and Chiefs : Sunday Mornings in the Kingdom
Sunday mornings during football season are a high-speed collision of gameday rituals, bold predictions, and pregame jitters. In the offseason, we opt to take it slow and recap the week that was.

Charles Robinson @CRob5769
Lead Writer – @ChiefsFocus

Starting 22 predictions.

The NFL draft has concluded and the offseason is winding down. The next big question is, who will be the starters? Well, I’m going to make my best prediction for all 22 starters and a couple of extras. These predictions will be based on the roster as of writing this article. The Chiefs may acquire new players that could compete for a starting position.

Chiefs Kingdom Rescues Lonnie Johnson, Jr. From the Jaws of Mediocrity

Charles Robinson @CRob5769
Lead Writer – @ChiefsFocus

By now we all know that Lonnie Johnson, Jr is the newest member of the Chiefs defensive backfield. With the trade going down on Monday, this is news to no one at this point. The bottom line is the Chiefs are getting a young player (26 years old) who is coming off of his best pro season (3 picks in 2021, the first 3 of his career) with a franchise that is in a full rebuild.

The Dust Has Settled : Recapping Brett Veach’s Mona Lisa.

Before the draft began, I had talked myself into the fact that there would inevitably be picks throughout the process of the 2022 NFL Draft that I didn’t love. Not that that matters, but I was mentally prepping myself for the “what the hell are we doing?” feeling. After all, Brett Veach let the whole Kingdom down during free agency, right? He traded away Tyreek Hill for what many thought wasn’t enough. We passed on Stephon Gilmore, didn’t pull the trigger on a trade for James Bradberry, let Tyrann Mathieu walk. How were the Chiefs going to be as good in 2022 as they have been from 2018 through 2021?

A+ Draft For The Kansas City Chiefs.

This weekend has allowed us to reflect upon the draft and how certain players will be able to come in and make an immediate impact. In this article I will talk about how each player looks to make an impact in their first year. Here at Chiefs Focus we know that there is value in each round and any of these picks including some of the undrafted free agents that will be highlighted can make this team and excel.