May 14, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid walks on the field during organized team activities at the University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City Chiefs: OTA's and Expectations


The Kansas City Chiefs made the most of their offseason, hiring former Eagles coach Andy Reid, and trading two draft picks to the San Fransisco 49ers for quarterback Alex Smith. They followed that by drafting what they hope to be an anchor on their offensive line in Eric Fisher.

I am joined by editor Ben Nielson to discuss the Chiefs offseason moves. We also look at some of the consultants that Kansas City has brought in to advise Reid, including former coach Dick Vermeil.

The Kansas City Royals are also a topic. A team that started the season so well has completely collapsed in the last month. Should Eric Hosmer and Mike Moustakas be sent down to Omaha to find their groove? Is it time to get rid of Chris Getz and call Johnny Giavotella up from AAA?

We discuss at length Royals management. Dayton Moore has come under fire in the last few weeks. This is supposed to be the time Kansas City starts to shine, but the lineup he has put together can’t seem to create any offense whatsoever. The teams bats are so weak that the team has called on former Royals great George Brett to be the hitting coach.

All that and more on tonights episode of FanSided Tonite!


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