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Arrowhead Pride Jul 13, 2018
Should Chiefs fans be more worried about the offensive line?

Should Chiefs fans be more worried about the offensive line?

Yes, yes you should. Pro Football Focus released offensive line rankings for all 32 teams on Thursday, with the Kansas City Chiefs checking in at 18th. Here were the comments made by PFF senior analyst Mike Renner: 18. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS PROJECTED STARTING LINEUP: Left Tackle: Eric Fisher, 70.4 overall grade Left Guard: Bryan Witzmann, 40.6 Center: Mitch Morse, 44.9 Right Guard: Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, 78.2 Right Tackle: Mitchell Schwartz, 80.0 2017 season-end rank: 16th (-2) The Chiefs are the definition of a solid, if unspectacular, unit. Mitchell Schwartz is one of the best right...
Arrowhead Pride Jul 10, 2018
Here are the (leaked) Chiefs’ Madden 19 ratings

Here are the (leaked) Chiefs’ Madden 19 ratings

All of the game’s ratings were leaked to the public on Monday night Player ratings for Madden 19 leaked to the public Monday night. The last we heard the Chiefs were rated 80 as a team. Here are the top 33 individual Kansas City Chiefs ratings: Details With a speed rating of 98, wide receiver Tyreek Hill is the fastest player in the game. Cincinnati WR John Ross is next with 97. Hill is a 95 kick return. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ throw-power rating is 97, accuracy 83. His speed rating is 79 with an acceleration of 87. Right tackle Dr. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif has the Chiefs’...
Arrowhead Pride Jun 28, 2018
Dr. Duvernay-Tardif is on his way to becoming the league’s top guard

Dr. Duvernay-Tardif is on his way to becoming the league’s top guard

The latest in Matt Lane’s Pro Scouting Series reviews the Chiefs’ starting right guard. In the landscape of today’s football, trench play is widely seen as less than average around the league by those who cover it. The most common explanation recited for the downfall of trench play, specifically along the offensive line, is the lack of practice time allotted to these players while in college or the NFL, as well as the spread systems commonly seen within college football programs. To skirt around the issue of underdeveloped players who can’t play up to par on Sundays, teams have...
Arrowhead Pride Jun 27, 2018
Arrowheadlines: NFL made “brain-dead” decision to refuse LDT’s jersey request

Arrowheadlines: NFL made “brain-dead” decision to refuse LDT’s jersey request

Chiefs headlines for Wednesday, June 27. The latest Mellinger Minutes: Chiefs, Royals, LDT analysis | The Kansas City StarThe NFL is making a brain-dead, out-of-touch, wet blanket, self-important, counterproductive, off-putting, and indefensible decision in not letting Chiefs right guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif add "M.D." to the back of his jersey after earning a medical degree from McGill University in Montreal. The NFL is refusing to explain its position on this, which only makes sense if the league can't come up with a reason that doesn't make it look small and anti-player. Sammy...
blog.mlive.com Jun 25, 2018
Chiefs lineman is a doctor, but NFL denies 'M.D.' jersey request

Chiefs lineman is a doctor, but NFL denies 'M.D.' jersey request

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif graduated from medical school in May.
Arrowhead Addict Jun 25, 2018

The NFL plays buzzkill role again for Laurent Duvernay Tardif

Laurent Duvernay-Tardif worked hard to be a medical doctor, but the NFL is once again playing buzzkill in a silly scenario. For the last few offseasons, the Kansas City Chiefs have allowed one of their own to serve two masters. Offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif asked the team for the room to chase his medical education […] The NFL plays buzzkill role again for Laurent Duvernay Tardif - Arrowhead Addict - Arrowhead Addict - Kansas City Chiefs - KC Chiefs News, Schedule, Roster and Rumors
Field Gulls Jun 24, 2018
Century Links 6/24: Where Does Prosise Fit?

Century Links 6/24: Where Does Prosise Fit?

Read! Report: NFL tells Laurent Duvernay-Tardif he can’t have “M.D.” on his jersey – ProFootballTalkThe No Fun League strikes again. Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, the Chiefs offensive lineman who has accomplished the impressive feat of graduating from medical school after years of taking classes in the offseason, has reportedly been told that he will not be allowed to put "Duvernay-Tardif, M.D. Titans unsure of Jack Conklin’s status for Week 1 after playoff ACL tear – ProFootballTalkTitans right tackle Jack Conklin suffered a torn ACL in the playoff loss to the Patriots, and it...
Arrowhead Pride Jun 23, 2018
NFL reportedly rejects Laurent Duvernay-Tardif’s ‘M.D.’ jersey request

NFL reportedly rejects Laurent Duvernay-Tardif’s ‘M.D.’ jersey request

A French Canadian reporter said the league wouldn’t allow the Chiefs left guard to add the letters to his jersey. Come on, NFL. Kansas City Chiefs starting right guard and international hero Laurent Duvernay-Tardif made headlines back in mid-February when he requested that the league allow him to put M.D. on his game jersey. Duvernay-Tardif, 27, officially became a doctor this offseason when he graduated from medical school at McGill University in Montreal. We mocked up what the jersey might look like at Arrowhead Pride. #Chiefs OL Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is talking to the league about...

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