Tyreek Hill, the Chiefs rookie wide receiver who pleaded guilty to domestic abuse by strangulation before his controversial fifth-round draft selection this year, has drawn raves from his coaches and teammates this summer. They repeatedly praised his speed during organized team activities, and that continued Wednesday as the Chiefs conducted the first of three training-camp practices with only rookies and selected veterans.
While the Republican National Convention was avoiding any mention last week of Kansas’ “real live experiment,” Gov. Sam Brownback posed this question to the state’s convention delegation: “What hasn’t worked here?” Seriously? Does he not receive job and revenue reports?