The Chiefs were in the news Monday. It’s only May, but training camp will be here before we know it.
With Mother’s Day being this past Sunday, I am getting closer to being back to normal with the daily emails and podcasts. I have my son’s final high school baseball games this week, so things will be a little slow again this week, but Friday is supposed to be his final game. So, next week things should definitely get back to normal, and maybe even better than before.
Man, it’s hard to see something your child does come to an end. You wish they could continue doing it forever. They have so much fun. This high school team has been so good for my son. He has a lot of fun with the other boys. He’s looking forward to what’s next. The game always tells us when it’s time. And although he is having a terrific season on the mound, it’s almost time.
6:10pm – MLB – Kansas City Royals at Detroit Tigers (BSKC)
Former Chiefs LT Eric Fisher is signing a one-year, $9.4 million contract with the Indianapolis Colts. It’s not yet known when Fisher will be able to return to the field. He missed the Super Bowl because of an Achilles injury. Some thought that the Chiefs could sign Fisher to a contract until they traded with the Baltimore Ravens for Orlando Brown Jr.
The Chiefs signed Tamba Hali to a one-day contract to retire as a Chief. Hali has not played since 2018 and never played for any team other than the Chiefs.
Chiefs’ home tickets will go on sale this Thursday at 11 am. The Chiefs are selling all seats for the games as they expect to host a full capacity crowd. All tickets will be mobile tickets.
Big 12 Notes
The Big 12 does not anticipate having conference Basketball games in December this year like it had last year.
Notes: The Jacksonville Jaguars are expected to sign TE Tim Tebow to a one-year contract… Juventus will reportedly be kicked out of Italian soccer league Serie A if they do not withdraw from the Super League before the start of next season. None of the initial 12 clubs have formally renounced the league… Chris Berman signed a multi-year contract with ESPN to continue hosting NFL Primetime on ESPN+.
Angels’ split with Albert Pujols was awkward, uncomfortable and necessary (Ken Rosenthal)
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