— Ryan Patrick Dolan (@RPDplays) August 31, 2014
@adamteicher: I would agree with you at offensive line, where they lost a Pro Bowl player, Branden Albert, and at defensive back, where they lost a pretty good player in Brandon Flowers. Not sure I agree at wide receiver. Let's see what Frankie Hammond can do. One position where they are way ahead of where they were last year is tight end. Travis Kelce is a huge upgrade over Sean McGrath.
— Joe Rhea (@JoeRhea) August 29, 2014
@adamteicher: He'll play a considerable amount. Tight end is a strength of the Chiefs. They'll need to use a lot of two- and maybe even three-tight end formations. I wouldn't make him a priority in your fantasy draft, but he wouldn't be a bad pickup.
@adamteicher Do you think Bronson could become the Marcus Cooper of another team? He played so well in the preseason from what I saw.
— CBNuttree (@cbnuttree) August 30, 2014
@adamteicher: I was surprised the Chiefs released Malcolm Bronson, a young safety they carried on their practice squad last year. I thought he did enough good things that they should have kept him around. So it's worth watching what happens with him.
— Lee C Eldridge (@LeeCEldridge) August 30, 2014
@adamteicher: Defensive lineman Mike Catapano missed most of training camp and all of the preseason with some sort of mysterious virus, and I'm not sure the Chiefs know exactly what they're dealing with. He's on the non-football injury list now and they could bring him back later in the season if he's healthy enough.
@adamteicher thanks Adam. Can Bray practice and study with the Chiefs this year
— Mike Lewis (@Lewis_Chiefs) August 30, 2014
@adamteicher: Tyler Bray can't practice with the Chiefs because he's on injured reserve.
@adamteicher was it just me or does Cyrus gray look faster and more agile this year
— Ditty kong (@Smizmars) August 29, 2014
@adamteicher: Gray looks good. I don't know that it will matter much because he won't play much at running back.