Travis Daniels

Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 195
College: LSU
Birth Place: Hollywood, Florida
Draft: 2005 4th round (3rd pick) by the
  • Chiefs news roundup — 5/28/17
    Chiefs Wire

    Chiefs news roundup — 5/28/17

    Miss the past week of Chiefs news? Catch up below! Kansas City kicked off the first week of organized team activities this past Tuesday. The second week will begin this Tuesday, and the last practice will be June 9. We gathered some notes and video clips from the first week of OTAs, as well as tidbits from coach Andy Reid’s press conference from Thursday. The Chiefs signed outside linebacker Tourek Williams, who spent the last four seasons with the Los Angeles (then-San Diego) Chargers. KC released OLB Victor Ochi in order to make room for Williams. The Chiefs announced a big front office shakeup which included two new hires and several promotions at several personnel scouting positions. Take

  • Broncos opponent preview: Oakland Raiders
    Mile High Report

    Broncos opponent preview: Oakland Raiders

    In Weeks 4 and 12 of the 2017 season, the Denver Broncos will face their archrival and now AFC West contender, Oakland Raiders. This is a series the Broncos must split if they hope to challenge the Raiders or the Kansas City Chiefs for the division title in 2017. The good news is the Raiders sealed their long-term fate by giving Jack Del Rio a four-year extension. In his eleven years as head coach, he has never led a team to back to back playoff runs. I am personally banking on his streak to continue in 2017. All-time series: Raiders lead 62-51-2, but 30-13 in favor of Broncos since 1995. Raiders free agency Key additions: Jared Cook, Marshall Newhouse, Cordarrelle Patterson, EJ Manuel Key losses:

  • Here's a reminder that Chiefs safety Ron Parker is underappreciated
    Chiefs Wire

    Here's a reminder that Chiefs safety Ron Parker is underappreciated

    The Kansas City Chiefs boast one of the best safety groups in the league, led by five-time Pro Bowler Eric Berry. The spotlight is taken up by Berry, rightfully so, because he’s arguably the best safety in the league today. However, his counterpart Ron Parker is often overlooked and underappreciated despite being a great player himself. Pro Football Focus reminded us how good Parker can be with a couple of tweets over the past few days. PFF noted that Parker was the third-highest graded safety in 2016, and also led NFL safeties in pass deflections with eight. Parker sort of sneaked onto the Chiefs back in 2013 as a cornerback, showing promise but also struggling at times. He transitioned to safety