To start the morning we should note that oddsmakers favor the Kansas City Chiefs.
Most of the league accepts their comeback and they seem to be getting over their COVID outbreak nicely.
However . . .
The official "story" on the team is always in flux given that locals have a great deal invested in the future of the franchise.
Accordingly, we take a quick peek at local news before game time with the good life of the QB taking this lead . . .
TKC Fun Fact that shouldn't ispire class-war considerations: Check this review of the 2022 Rolls-Royce Cullinan which retails for $336,000. But "Money Mahomes" is a nice guy and we're hoping he earned at least a slight discount or a free coffee mug.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news links . . .
It's about time we saw what type of car NFL star Patrick Mahomes likes to drive, especially since he's arguably the best quarterback in the league right now. He also doesn't post much of anything on social media regarding his personal belongings, so finding out what he's about in terms of personal transportation took a bit of detective work, so to speak.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Kansas City Chiefs' Tyreek Hill has cleared COVID-19 protocols and will play Sunday.Schefter, citing a source, tweeted that "Travis Kelce 'still has a shot' but still has not been cleared."The Chiefs will take on the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday.As part of new health and safety
T.J. Watt, dream Steeler for a dream football town, vowed his hunger would never wane on the day he signed his four-year, $112 million contract extension, with $80 million guaranteed, days before Pittsburgh's season opener. And now, Watt's next after 17.5 sacks? Michael Strahan's single-season sack record (22.5), that's Watt.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tyreek Hill is off the Kansas City Chief's COVID/Reserve list - meaning he is prepared to face-off against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday . Travis Kelce was still on COVID/reserve Saturday, but it is not impossible that he will also play against the Steelers on Sunday afternoon.
Developing . . .