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KANSAS CITY, Mo — Derrick Nnadi, a defensive lineman for the Kansas City Chiefs, is making headlines for what he did after his team won the Super Bowl: He sponsored the adoptions of every dog who was at the KC Pet Project before the game — 109 of them.

“Personally, I’m a dog man myself,” he said with a smile. “I’ve always loved dogs. Dogs were always my favorite since I was a little kid.”

During the 2019-2020 football season, Mr. Nnadi and his foundation sponsored a dog’s adoption fee after every Chiefs victory. The Chiefs won 12 season games, and all 12 of his dogs were adopted.

Then Super Bowl LIV happened. He decided to sponsor the $150 adoption fee for all 109 dogs who were waiting to be adopted before Feb. 2, the day of the game. That cost more than $18,000.

On the Kansas City Pet Project website, any dog sponsored by Mr. Nnadi had a note in its bio.

“The fact that people are really trying to make a difference in this world is amazing,” he said soon after he presented the check. “There’s a lot of people on both sides of the spectrum, which is really, really selfish, and ones that are really, really selfless. And those who are selfless should be praised.”

And Mr. Nnadi is being praised. Fans yelled their appreciation in the atrium of the KC Pet Project’s new shelter. Some lined up to take pictures with him. Families who adopted dogs that he sponsored came to talk with him.

Rich Greenhagen, who adopted Selena, was one of them.

“You see a lot of players giving back to the community and giving back their time, and that’s great, but you don’t really see dogs that much,” Mr. Greenhagen said. “You don’t really see the pet side. And people love their dogs.”

The Kansas City Pet Project loves the attention.

“Oh my gosh, we’ve been so busy doing so many wonderful adoptions, thanks to Derrick Nnadi and his Authentic Derrick Nnadi Jersey Foundaton,” said Tori Fugate, chief communications officer.

Mr. Fugate estimated roughly 2 million people had heard about Mr. Nnadi’s adoption sponsorship.

“We also want this to inspire so many other people and communities across the country,” Mr. Fugate added. “Individuals who have the means to — corporations, athletes, whomever — step up, go to your local shelters, and say, ‘Hey, we want to do this, too, in our community.’ ”

That community is much bigger than Kansas City. Rachael Ray offered her dog food, Nourish, for free for a year to anyone who adopted one of Mr. Nnandi’s dogs.

The community has a lot to bark about, and Mr. Nnadi is part of that.

“It feels amazing,” he said. “Being here, I feel, like, indebted to help out the city anyway I can. Whether it’s here or back home, I just want to do my part.”

All 109 of the sponsored dogs have been adopted, but the kennels won’t remain empty for long. Mr. Fugate said KC Pet Project gets as many as 30 new animals in every day.

The shelter won a Super Bowl bet against two animal shelters in San Francisco. Kansas City had more adoptions in the week leading up to the game than they did, 224-155. As a result, the Kansas City Pet Project gets to name some of the adoptable animals in San Francisco. So don’t be surprised to see dogs named Authentic Patrick Mahomes Jersey, Authentic Travis Kelce Jersey and Derrick Nnadi up for adoption on the West Coast.

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With free agency beginning in less than two weeks, the list of positions that the Kansas City Chiefs need to address this offseason has been well-established. One position you probably haven’t given a second thought to is offensive tackle — and that’s a good thing.

The Chiefs have been very fortunate with their starting offensive tackle duo. Left tackle Authentic Eric Fisher Jersey and right tackle Authentic Mitchell Schwartz Jersey are among the best duos at the tackle position in the NFL — mainly because of their availability. Before Fisher’s injury that sidelined him for half of 2019, the two tackles had played in every game during the first three years they were teammates. Fisher’s injury also showed how valuable he is to the team’s success. The offense’s ineffectiveness at times early on in the season can be directly related to the poor play of backup left tackle Cam Erving, who won’t be returning next season.

Schwartz will turn 31 this summer, and Fisher will begin the season at age 29. While the age should not disturb the team’s immediate plans, the two players’ contracts give reason to evaluate the future of the position.

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Fisher has two more seasons remaining on his current deal — but the team can cut him with minimal consequences next offseason. He would save $11.5 million in cap space just as he reaches the benchmark age of 30.

Schwartz also has only a couple of seasons left on his contract. There is no reason to consider cutting that off early, especially at a $10 million cap hit in 2021 — the sixth-highest among right tackles in the NFL. The Chiefs may consider extending him a season or two, depending on how long he wants to play.

To sum it up, it’s possible that neither player is on the Chiefs in 2022. If that is the case, there needs to be a plan for those positions now.

Other positions may not need to be evaluated as far out as this. Offensive tackle is unique in that it is rarely solved instantly with a high draft pick. Transitioning from college to the NFL is typically harder for tackles than most other positions. It may take time to add enough strength to hang with some of the NFL’s best defensive ends. Fisher is a good example: It took him multiple seasons to live up to the expectations of being the first player selected in the 2013 NFL Draft. He was looked at as a bust for his first few years — and now he’s a staple of a championship-winning offense.

The point being, the Chiefs need to be looking for young talent to groom sooner than later if the plan is for them to start in 2022. The evaluation process should begin by looking at the players currently on the roster.

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The player that would most likely be the backup tackle next season is offensive lineman Martinas Rankin. He is recovering from a patella injury that ended his 2019 season early — but he should be ready for the beginning of 2020. While Rankin does have the capability at tackle, I believe his efforts will be utilized more at one of the guard positions.

That leaves two offensive tackles on the team that are far from familiar faces. Tackles Authentic Greg Senat Jersey and Authentic Jackson Barton Jersey were both in their first year with the Chiefs in 2019.

Senat was originally drafted by the Baltimore Ravens late in the 2018 draft. At Wagner University, Senat initially was a basketball player — but decided to play football for the last two years of his career. He started all 22 games that he was a member of the football team at offensive tackle. Unfortunately, Senat has been placed on the IR in both of his NFL seasons — including this past year where the injury was undisclosed. At 6 feet 6 and over 300 pounds, Senat’s basketball background gives him a unique athleticism at the tackle position. He will have a chance to compete for the backup tackle position as the Chiefs move on from Erving.

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His only current competition is Barton (No. 68 seen above). Barton entered the league as a seventh-round draft pick by the Indianapolis Colts in 2019. The Chiefs poached him from the Colts’ practice squad in November and had him on the active 53-man roster all the way through the Super Bowl. He was a two-year starter at Utah University and earned first-team All-Pac 12 as a senior left tackle. Measuring in at 6 feet 7 and 310 pounds at the NFL Combine, Barton brings length and size to the field.

In an ideal world, one of these two players would develop into a starting tackle some time over the next couple of seasons. Realistically, it’s likely that neither reaches that level. There’s a reason most high-level offensive tackles were drafted early. If there is any reason to believe a prospect could turn into a legitimate starter, NFL teams won’t let them slip far down the draft board.

The 2020 NFL Draft class is a perfect showcase for this. Four offensive tackles could reasonably be picked in the top 10. Georgia’s Andrew Thomas, Alabama’s Jedrick Wills, Iowa’s Tristan Wirfs and Lousiville’s Mekhi Becton have all been identified as potential long-term starters.

The Chiefs aren’t in a position to spend any draft capital to trade up for an offensive tackle — but they need to do their homework on potential late-round prospects. Some names to remember:

Matthew Peart from the University of Connecticut measured in at 6 feet 7 and 318 pounds and almost 37-inch arms. That length, combined with his 30-inch vertical and 113-inch broad jump makes him an intriguing developmental pick.
Charlie Heck from North Carolina may sound familiar. That’s because he is the son of Chiefs offensive line coach Andy Heck. Charlie Heck stood out at the combine because of his 6-foot-8, 311-pound measureables. He started three seasons at tackle in college and has good bloodlines.
Terence Steele from Texas Tech University also has some ties to the Chiefs. Steele was a four-year starter at tackle for the Red Raiders — including his redshirt freshman year when he protected Chiefs quarterback Authentic Patrick Mahomes Jersey. Steele has the length at 6 feet 6 with 35-inch arms but would need some time to develop as a player.
The Chiefs only have five draft picks in 2020 — for now. There are positions more worthy of being selected with one of those slots. Still, the team needs to consider investing in the future at offensive tackle sooner rather than later.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Always searching for developmental quarterbacks, the Kansas City Chiefs found one Monday, agreeing to contract terms with XFL star Jordan Ta’amu, according to his agent, Kenny Zuckerman.

Ta’amu was the XFL’s third-rated quarterback for the St. Louis BattleHawks this season. Ta’amu completed 72% of his passes for 1,050 yards and a league-leading 12 touchdowns. He was intercepted twice.

Ta’amu went to training camp last year with the Houston Texans but was released before start of the regular season. He was 7-of-12 for 50 yards with one interception in the preseason.

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Ta’amu played two seasons in college at Ole Miss, where he threw for 5,600 yards and 30 touchdowns.

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The Chiefs have tried to develop many young quarterbacks, including Tyler Bray and Aaron Murray, since Andy Reid arrived as coach in 2013.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Based off the 4.43-second 40-yard dash he ran at the NFL scouting combine a few years ago, Sammy Watkins should win most races against the other Kansas City Chiefs veteran wide receivers, particularly with Tyreek Hill not competing because of his suspension.

But Watkins wasn’t winning the receiver sprints at a recent workout, prompting quarterback Patrick Mahomes to call him out for a lack of effort.

“It was a good thing because the next day I came in first just about almost every rep,” Watkins said. “[Mahomes] looked at me like, ‘Yeah.’ I was like, ‘Yeah, I got it, bro. I’m on it.’

“He’s the leader now. He kind of got on me a little bit, but that’s what we need from a guy that leads this team.”

Mahomes and the Chiefs need the best version of Watkins at least as long as Hill, who has been suspended indefinitely while authorities investigate his role in a child abuse case, remains out.

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Hill’s absence leaves Watkins unchallenged as the Chiefs’ No. 1 wide receiver. Their other top wideouts include Demarcus Robinson and rookie Mecole Hardman, their top draft pick.

Watkins was Kansas City’s third-leading receiver behind tight end Travis Kelce and Hill last season in his first year with the Chiefs and Mahomes.

“Their chemistry is good,” Reid said of Watkins and Mahomes. “For both of those two, everything is a little bit easier — all the verbiage, sorting it out and getting to where you’ve got to go. For Sammy, the routes are familiar and he kind of knows how to set them up and Patrick knows what he’s going to do against different coverages. So that’s been positive.”

Watkins’ first season with the Chiefs was most notable for a foot injury that prevented him from playing in six games. He caught 40 passes for 519 yards and three touchdowns.

Those numbers aren’t horrible considering Watkins was learning a new system and Mahomes also had to feed Kelce and Hill, among others. But they aren’t what the Chiefs expected when they signed him to a three-year, $48 million contract.

For that money, the Chiefs expect Watkins to produce big numbers and win his wind sprints, among other things.
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He recently promised on his Twitter account that he will have his best season and said he’s “sacrificing everything” to become that kind of player.

“My time,” Watkins said when asked what he’s sacrificing. “You can easily come here and do the right things, but are we doing the right things at home as far as watching film, eating the right things, taking care of your body. As a young guy, you can just … eat everything, hamburgers and everything. As I get older, I’m kind of like, man, my weight fluctuates up and down. I’m trying to really have a balanced meal plan and get the right rest and come here every day and put all my energy and my soul and my spirit into what I do.”

Watkins, the No. 4 overall pick of the 2014 NFL draft by the Buffalo Bills, won’t turn 26 until June 14, but his five NFL seasons leave him as the veteran among Chiefs’ wideouts. Other than Hill and Watkins, only the 24-year-old Robinson has significant NFL playing experience.

Watkins said that unlike last season, he’s planning to share his experience with the Chiefs’ many young receivers.

“You come to a team and you kind of sit back, try to observe,” Watkins said. “Now I’m just open with love and just trying to learn and continue to get better and every day bring that leadership mentality, speaking up in meetings. … I’m just really trying to focus on being a little more outspoken in trying to speak up for myself and do the right things.

“I’m a quiet guy, kind of humble. I kind of sit back and observe, I think. I’ve got to push past that. I’ve got to be that leader and speak up. … It’s been a great challenge.”

The Chiefs would settle for having Watkins fulfill his immense potential. Mahomes said he likes what he has seen of Watkins in offseason practice, one bad day of running sprints aside.

“He’s slimmed down,” Mahomes said. “He’s running really fast. He still has that power that you see every Sunday. For him to be out here working hard and you see it every single day, just stacking on top of each other, you know he’s primed and ready to go out there this season.”