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Chiefs’ future plans for Tyrann Mathieu

Chiefs’ future plans for Tyrann Mathieu

The Kansas City Chiefs have identified safety Tyrann Mathieu as an integral cornerstone of their franchise moving forward. As per Pro Football Talk, Chiefs general manager Brett Veach already claimed that they want to keep Mathieu “for the years to come” and agreeing to an extension with him is part of their plans for the […] The post Chiefs’ future plans for Tyrann Mathieu appeared first on ClutchPoints.
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KC Chiefs want to keep Tyrann Mathieu on roster ‘for years to come’

Coming into the offseason, the K.C. Chiefs didn’t have the sort of major decisions to make that marked the previous offseason, but one major move expected to take place was a potential contract extension for star safety Tyrann Mathieu. On Monday, general manager Brett Veach backed up that rumor with the statement that he wanted […] KC Chiefs want to keep Tyrann Mathieu on roster ‘for years to come’ - Arrowhead Addict - Arrowhead Addict - Kansas City Chiefs - KC Chiefs News, Schedule, Roster and Rumors
Arrowhead Pride Feb 17, 2021
WATCH: 2021’s NFL Bad Lip Reading includes Mahomes, Mathieu and Hill

WATCH: 2021’s NFL Bad Lip Reading includes Mahomes, Mathieu and Hill

Photo by Jamie Squire/ This year’s NFL episode of YouTube’s Bad Lip Reading is out. It includes plenty from Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes — who serves as a backup singer in a musical number that Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill kicks off — and a lot of clips from safety Tyrann Mathieu, too. The Bad Lip Reading crew even provides their take on the heated exchange between Mathieu and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady during Super Bowl LV. In fact, there’s likely there’s a little too much Brady for your taste — but he is often a...
Arrowhead Pride Feb 9, 2021
Arrowheadlines: Tom Brady texted Tyrann Mathieu to apologize for on-field outburst

Arrowheadlines: Tom Brady texted Tyrann Mathieu to apologize for on-field outburst

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Chiefs headlines for Tuesday, February 9. The latest Source: Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady apologized to Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu in text message after Super Bowl | ESPN Brady apologized to Mathieu for losing his composure in the heat of the moment, of which Mathieu said, “I’ve never really seen that side of him.” During the game, Brady and Mathieu sparred multiple times. At one point, Brady even chased him down and got in his face. Brady called Mathieu the “ultimate competitor” in his apology text and said he...
ClutchPoints Feb 8, 2021
Tom Brady texts apology to Tyrann Mathieu after Super Bowl altercation

Tom Brady texts apology to Tyrann Mathieu after Super Bowl altercation

After getting into multiple verbal altercations on the field during Super Bowl 55, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady texted an apology to Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu, according to ESPN’s Jenna Laine. Brady and Mathieu got into each other’s faces during the game, which was won by the Buccaneers, 31-9. The 43-year old […] The post Tom Brady texts apology to Tyrann Mathieu after Super Bowl altercation appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 8, 2021
Tyrann Mathieu accuses Tom Brady of calling him something he ‘won’t repeat’

Tyrann Mathieu accuses Tom Brady of calling him something he ‘won’t repeat’

Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu believes that Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady went too far with the trash talk during their Super Bowl showdown. Mathieu said that Brady “called me [him] something I [he] won’t repeat.” One of the most noticeable incidents between the two happened towards the end of the first half […] The post Tyrann Mathieu accuses Tom Brady of calling him something he ‘won’t repeat’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Arrowhead Pride Feb 8, 2021
Arrowheadlines: Refs inconsistent but not the reason the Chiefs lost

Arrowheadlines: Refs inconsistent but not the reason the Chiefs lost

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Chiefs headlines for Monday, February 8 The latest Opinion: Super Bowl 55 officiating was terrible but no conspiracy, just typically inconsistent | USA Today The inconsistency. That’s it. That’s the story. Brady took advantage of the call and later found Antonio Brown for the score. After that touchdown, Tyrann Mathieu walked up to Brady and started jawing, and then put a finger in Brady’s face. He was called for an unsportsmanlike conduct but, again, officials usually just separate players and tell them to shut up. Officiating is...
ClutchPoints Feb 7, 2021
NFL Twitter hilariously reacts to Tyrann Mathieu firing up Tom Brady with trash talk

NFL Twitter hilariously reacts to Tyrann Mathieu firing up Tom Brady with trash talk

It’s never wise to poke the bear. Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu learned that lesson the hard way on Sunday, after antagonizing Tampa Bay Buccaneers superstar Tom Brady in the first half of Super Bowl LV at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. Mathieu engaged Brady in a word war since the start […] The post NFL Twitter hilariously reacts to Tyrann Mathieu firing up Tom Brady with trash talk appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Feb 7, 2021
Tyrann Mathieu flagged for taunting Tom Brady after Buccaneers touchdown in Super Bowl 55

Tyrann Mathieu flagged for taunting Tom Brady after Buccaneers touchdown in Super Bowl 55

Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu was flagged for a taunting penalty against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers following a late touchdown by the offense at the second quarter’s close. Following a touchdown pass from Brady to wide receiver Antonio Brown, Mathieu approached Brady and boisterously chirped in the quarterback’s face before walking […] The post Tyrann Mathieu flagged for taunting Tom Brady after Buccaneers touchdown in Super Bowl 55 appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Arrowhead Pride Feb 4, 2021
For Tyrann Mathieu, his newest nickname reflects the player he’s become

For Tyrann Mathieu, his newest nickname reflects the player he’s become

Photo by Dustin Bradford/ Known for most of his career as the “Honey Badger,” the Chiefs’ safety says his latest nickname — “The Landlord” — speaks to the role he’s assumed in Kansas City. When Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu played for the LSU Tigers, he gained a reputation as a ballhawk, setting an SEC record for 11 forced fumbles (not to mention four interceptions) during his two-season college career, earning him the nickname “Honey Badger.” Perhaps seeking to distance himself from off-the-field troubles at LSU, Mathieu sought to...
Bucs Nation Feb 3, 2021
Todd Bowles on how Tyrann Mathieu made him a better coach

Todd Bowles on how Tyrann Mathieu made him a better coach

Handout Photo-USA TODAY Sports Bucs defensive coordinator Todd Bowles says that Chiefs Safety Tyrann Mathieu is one of the smartest players to ever play the game. As we all know, the NFL is a business. Players and coaches alike get traded, cut, fired, acquired, and hired all the time. They’re all contractual employees of the team they work for. With personnel moves from team to team there are relationships that are built between coaches and players. Sometimes it works out for them to be together again, but in other times they may also sit on opposite sides of the...
Bucs Nation Feb 1, 2021
Chiefs’ Tyrann Mathieu reflects on connections with several Buccaneers

Chiefs’ Tyrann Mathieu reflects on connections with several Buccaneers

Photo by Jamie Squire/ A friend on the enemy side of the field, for Super Bowl 55 What an experience Super Bowl LV (55) will be for Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Tyrann Mathieu takes the field against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He’ll be playing in the first Super Bowl hosted by a team in the game - granted, not his - and he and his teammates will be shooting for the franchise’s second straight NFL title. Only thing that could make it better would be a guarantee Mathieu will share in joy no matter who wins. Oh, wait. He will. Most of you know the connection...

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