TE/K battles: Can Boss hold off Beckum?
role in the offense. Kansas City: Brad Cottam vs. Sean Ryan There's no Tony ..... such, the Chiefs are looking for Cottam , last year's third-round pick ..... forward to take on a larger role. Cottam 's been slowed by an ankle injury
2009 team preview: Kansas City Chiefs
runner. TIGHT ENDS: Starter - Sean Ryan . Backups - Brad Cottam , Tom Crabtree. Eventual Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez ..... journeyman, known more for his blocking than catching. Cottam is in his second year and he's very similar to Ryan
Tight ends Witten, Bennett bring differing styles off the field, similar skills on it
Teaming up The top tight end duos for number of receptions in 2008: Catches Players Team 103 Tony Gonzalez* (96), Brad Cottam (7) Kansas City 101 Jason Witten (81), Martellus Bennett (20) Cowboys 96 Dallas Clark (77), Gijon Robinson
PRESEASON TEXANS 16 - KANSAS CITY CHIEFS 10 Texans overcome Chiefs, raindrops BROWNs' SHOW: Chris sc
when two major penalties kept alive a drive that ended with quarterback Tyler Thigpen's 1-yard pass to tight end Brad Cottam . Keep it simple It was new defensive coordinator Frank Bush's first game, and he played a base defense for the most
Tier rankings: Tight ends
BUF 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 47 Matt Spaeth PIT 16 17 136 0 8 8 26 0 0 48 Chris Baker NE 16 21 194 0 12.1 9.2 30 0 0 49 Brad Cottam KC 16 7 63 0 3.9 9 11 0 0 50 Anthony Becht ARI 16 6 39 0 2.7 9 11 0 0
Texans beat Chiefs in rainy preseason opener
13-0 at halftime and 13-3 deep into the fourth quarter until Tyler Thigpen , the third Chiefs quarterback, hit Brad Cottam with a 1-yard TD pass. Croyle, who lost the starting job last year when he kept getting hurt, was 12 of 18 for
Positional Power Rankings: WR/TE packages
Mark Bradley Bobby Engram Devard Darling Jeff Webb Quinten Lawrence Terrance Copper Taurus Johnson Rodney Wright TE: Brad Cottam Sean Ryan Jake O'Connell Tony Curtis Jed Collins The great Gonzo is gone, but the cupboard's not completely bare
Positional Power Rankings: OL packages
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