Kansas City Chiefs News, April 5: Possible Destinations for Potential Relocation, Rashee Rice Admits To Driving Vehicle Involved in Car Crash, and More

Here's the latest news involving the Kansas City Chiefs, including Carson Wentz's reason for signing with Chiefs, potential relocation destinations, and more.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Carson Wentz met with the media on Thursday, where he discussed several topics, including why he decided to sign with the defending Super Bowl champions. Ironically, Wentz credited one of his former teammates as a major influence in his decision to sign a one-year deal with the Chiefs.

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While Wentz met with the media, Chiefs wide receiver Rashee Rice continues to deal with the aftermath following a major car crash in Dallas. Rice’s lawyer confirmed that the Chiefs wide receiver was operating one of the vehicles involved in the unfortunate incident. All of that and more in today’s Chiefs news.

4 Potential Destinations the Chiefs Should Consider If Franchise Leaves Kansas City

Following Jackson County’s decision to vote no against the Chiefs’ proposed stadium sales tax, the franchise could be on the move in the future.

When Kansas City’s lease ends at Arrowhead Stadium in 2031, the Chiefs could be looking for a new home. Pro Football Network’s Dallas Robinson highlighted four potential destinations, including Kansas and Oklahoma City.

READ MORE: Potential Relocation Destinations for the Chiefs

Rashee Rice’s Lawyer Confirms Car Crash Involvement, Expects Charges Against Chiefs WR

Following a stellar rookie season, it seemed like Rice was a rising star in Kansas City. Yet a decision this offseason has led to his name making headlines for the wrong reasons.

As more details begin to be revealed about the wide receiver’s involvement in the Dallas car crash, Rice is expecting to face charges from law enforcement and potential punishment from the NFL in 2024.

CONTINUE READING: Rashee Rice Confirmed As Driver in Dallas Car Crash

Brian Blewis’ Latest 2024 NFL Mock Draft: Chiefs Select Rising Wide Receiver

Although the Chiefs signed Hollywood Brown in free agency, the situation involving Rice makes their future at wide receiver unclear. Brown signed a one-year deal, and Rice will likely be punished by the NFL next season.

Therefore, the Chiefs could look to add another wide receiver early in the 2024 NFL Draft. Pro Football Network’s Brian Blewis has Kansas City selecting a wide receiver with the 32nd overall pick in his latest mock draft.

KEEP READING: Pro Football Network’s Latest Mock Draft

Carson Wentz: Nick Foles’ Past Words Sold Him on Joining Chiefs

Wentz talked with the Kansas City media on Thursday after officially signing his one-year deal with the Chiefs. When asked why he signed with Kansas City, Wentz mentioned that former teammate Nick Foles played a huge role in his decision. Foles has experience working with Chiefs head coach Andy Reid and spoke glowingly of the franchise as a whole.

READ MORE: Nick Foles’ Words Helped Carson Wentz Land in Kansas City

NFL Rumors: Bills Prevented Stefon Diggs from Seeking Chiefs Trade Before Texans Deal

Although the Buffalo Bills traded star wide receiver Stefon Diggs to one of the rising teams in the AFC, the Chiefs were never considered as a trade partner.

As the Bills look to continue to compete for the AFC Championship, they surely didn’t want to hand Diggs to the back-to-back Super Bowl champions in Kansas City. The Chiefs will now have to look elsewhere for more help at wide receiver this offseason.

CONTINUE READING: Kansas City Wasn’t a Possible Destination for Stefon Diggs

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