Cornerback Marcus Peters, who was taken with the No. 18 pick in this year’s NFL Draft, made his presence known Monday at training camp, recording three interceptions during team periods — with at least two coming off quarterback Alex Smith.
Kansas City Chiefs center Eric Kush’s custom-made Jeep features monster tires and massive American and Chiefs flags that hang off the back, swinging freely through the breeze, while Kush goes from place to place.
One of the best stories of the Chiefs’ 2015 training camp lasted less than 72 hours. On Sunday, the club announced that it had released former Raytown running back LaVance Taylor — the player who asked the Chiefs for a job via Twitter and got one — to make room for running back Darrin Reaves of Alabama-Birmingham.
In high school, Da’Ron Brown surrendered his natural wide reciever position to play quarterback, because it is what his team needed. It may have cost him in recruting. But it didn’t stop him becoming an NFL Draft selection, and now he’s hoping to show his stuff with the KC Chiefs.