Chiefs expect to improve their defense in the draft More The Chiefs aren’t making a big secret of what they want to do in next week’s draft. “I don’t think as an evaluator, as a personnel member, you’re ever happy with your team unless you win a Super Bowl,” Veach said, via Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star, “so we’re going to look to improve the defense. We’re going to look to make changes.” The Chiefs traded cornerback Marcus Peters but got Kendall Fuller in the Alex Smith trade. They signed inside linebacker Anthony Hitchens and nose tackle Xavier Williams in free agency.
“We were in constant communication with our wedding planner and vendors, making sure first that they were doing okay. We even began to look for second venues up this way (in Manhattan)…but we wanted to stick with Puerto Rico,” Ernst, 30, told Moneyish. “We knew we would be bringing them a lot of money, not just for the wedding, but with our family and friends coming down and looking to have fun and spend money.”
“I think we all have those moments for our first couple of years,” he said. “You’re still finding yourself. Still finding what type of player you are and what type of hitter you are.”
Eventually, things . calmed down for Stanton, he said.
“You’re hyped up,” he said. “You’ve got everyone in your phone hitting you up. It’s hard not to. But once you get in between the lines, it should settle down, at least after the first at-bat maybe.”
“Donald is a true niche player on the field, who really comes to play and makes a consistent impact for our team each week,” said Camden head coach Dwayne Savage. “He’s 6-1 with good bulk, long arms and is very strong. He’s a very coach-able athlete with change of direction, balance, speed and body control.”
A number of the region’s other FBS teams have picked up the scent, too, with Maryland, Temple and West Virginia also extending offers. But Rutgers being first to offer paid dividends in the end.