Otis Hudson

#67G,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 330
Born:
College: Eastern Illinois
Birth Place: Barrington, Illinois
Draft: 2010 5th round (21st pick) by the
  • Eulogy: Remembering the 2016-17 Anaheim Ducks
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    Eulogy: Remembering the 2016-17 Anaheim Ducks

    Note: As the Stanley Cup Playoffs continue, we’re bound to lose some friends along the journey. The Anaheim Ducks have become the “good … not good enough” team. They’re the Kansas City Chiefs, which means Ryan Getzlaf gets to be Alex Smith I guess. Look, I remember the days of the Disney-owned team with the dopey nickname and taking a nap between shifts for Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne.

  • Andy Reid on missing Chiefs: It’s voluntary, man
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    Andy Reid on missing Chiefs: It’s voluntary, man

    KC Chiefs coach Andy Reid wrapped up the first batch of OTAs on Thursday with a visit with the media. He didn’t break any big news or any news at all, really. It was a classic Big Red press conference in that sense. He was asked several times by 810’s Kevin Kietzman about the Chiefs star players that are missing from OTAs, including Eric Berry, Marcus Peters and Justin Houston. Note that Reid can’t say or do anything to suggest this isn’t voluntary. And he didn’t. A few quotes when he was asked about the missing players: “I just coach the guys that are here. That’s what I do The guys that are here are hungry for reps and that will do nothing but help us.” “It’s voluntary. They can be here or

  • Med student Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is back in football mode with Chiefs
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    Med student Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is back in football mode with Chiefs

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Fresh off three months spent finishing his clinical work toward his medical degree, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif is back in football mode. The starting guard returned from his native Montreal, where he’s in medical school at McGill University, and rejoined the Kansas City Chiefs in time for the start of offseason practice this week. Duvernay-Tardif may have to make the medicine to football transition only once more. After a couple of offseason months in emergency medicine in medical school and another in geriatrics, Duvernay-Tardif said he’s finished with his clinical requirements toward his degree. All that stands between him and graduation is an exam he is scheduled to take next