The Unofficial Chiefs Depth Chart


From St. Joseph, Missouri

There’s nothing so anticipated, yet so useless as a football team’s first depth chart of the season.

The Chiefs will likely release one in the next 24 to 48 hours or just ahead of their pre-season opener against Tampa Bay on Friday.

I know you don’t want to wait that long, so here’s one man’s depth chart through Monday morning’s walkthrough practice. It is very much subject to change. And again, please no wagering.

OFFENSE

Pos

1st

2nd

3rd

Injured

QB

Matt Cassel

Tyler Palko

Ricky Stanzi

 

RB

Jamaal Charles

Thomas Jones

Dex. McCluster

 

FB

Le’Ron McClain

Mike Cox

Shane Bannon

 

WR

Dwayne Bowe

Verran Tucker

Jeremy Horne

 

WR

Jerheme Urban

Steve Breaston

Chandler Williams

Baldwin

TE

Jake O’Connell

Leonard Pope

Cody slate

Moeaki

LT

Branden Albert

Butch Lewis

David Mims

 

LG

Ryan Lilja

Darryl Harris

Lucas Patterson

 

C

C. Wiegmann

Rodney Hudson

Darryl Harris

 

RG

Jon Asamoah

Bobby Greenwood

Mike Ingersoll

 

RT

B. Richardson

Ryan O’Callaghan

Chris Harr

 

DEFENSE

Pos

1st

2nd

3rd

Injured

LDE

Tyson Jackson

Allen Bailey

Amon Gordon

 

NT

Kelly Gregg

Anthony Toribio

Jerrell Powe

 

RDE

Wallace Gilberry

Dion Gales

Brandon Bair

Dorsey

LOLB

Andy Studebaker

Cameron Sheffield

Justin Houston

 

ILB

Jovan Belcher

Justin Cole

Brandon Siler

 

ILB

Derrick Johnson

Demorrio Williams

Cory Greenwood

 

ROLB

Tamba Hali

Pierre Walters

Eric Bakhtiari

 

LCB

Brandon Flowers

Travis Daniels

Q. Lawrence

 

RCB

Brandon Carr

Javier Arenas

Jalil Brown

 

SS

Eric Berry

Langford/Piscitelli

Ricky Price

 

FS

Kendrick Lewis

Jon McGraw

Don Washington

 

9 Responses to “The Unofficial Chiefs Depth Chart”

  • August 8, 2011  - Kiowa says:

    Looking at that defense and thinking that the linebacking core could be very very good if Sheffield, Houston and Greenwood all step up to the plate and play lights out every game!


  • August 8, 2011  - bossmanham says:

    No chance Manno makes the WR core?


  • August 8, 2011  - TimR says:

    I’m surprised Siler isn’t ahead of Cole on D.


  • August 8, 2011  - aPauled says:

    Surprised to see Breston below Urban at WR, but really like the competition here. The obvious weak spot…OT. Butch Lewis was projected as NFL OG. O’Callaghan hasn’t taken a step forward in 2 years. Will be interesting to see how the Chiefs handle project Mims.


  • August 8, 2011  - GarrettJ says:

    This is “unofficial” so its not surprising some of the new guys and rookies (Siler, Baldwin) are not higher as they may not have learned the system yet. the obvious exception being Gregg.


  • August 9, 2011  - ChuckP says:

    Bob; How bad are Dorsey and Baldwin injured???? We’re talking two main guys here. We can’t afford to be without these guys.


  • August 9, 2011  - TDKC says:

    Urban ahead of Breaston? Never would have guessed.


  • August 9, 2011  - el cid says:

    It is all about time, or lack of it. No OTAs, play books in the hands of players for study, and even vets have to learn what Haley wants. As for position, who cares, just get past the first pre season game.


  • August 9, 2011  - rufus says:

    Could it be Jerheme Urban gets the nod as this staff needs to evaluate him for the roster? why yes. yes, it could be.

    Did the staff do the same for other positions? why yes. yes they did.




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