The Chiefs’ first-team offense played one series in the preseason opener against the 49ers last weekend. That changes on Saturday at Cincinnati, where quarterback Alex Smith and the starters could get the entire first half. Expect more of a running game, and on the defensive side, a takeaway or two would be an encouraging sign from the team that led the NFL in that department in 2016. The game kicks off at 6 p.m., and will be televised by KCTV (Channel 5). The radio broadcast is on KCFX (101.1 FM).
The Chiefs will be one of the most popular teams in the first two months of the NFL season with five of their first eight games in prime time, beginning with the Sept. 7 opener at New England. But the team’s first national exposure will be in the preseason, next week at Seattle. The 7 p.m. game on Aug. 25 will be broadcast on CBS and mark the broadcasting debut of former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo. He’s teamed with Jim Nantz to form the network’s top crew. Romo is replacing Phil Simms.
A storm forced the Chiefs indoors for the last hour of the final day of training camp Wednesday. It was the first time during their three-week stay at Missouri Western that the Chiefs were forced to practice inside. But spirits were not dampened. Quarterback Alex Smith called this year’s edition the best training camp he’s attended in his five seasons with the Chiefs. “It’s easy to slip into the mindset of just trying to get through it,” Smith said. “I feel like our guys brought energy every day.
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