"Bulldog" Bob Fescoe is the host of Fescoe in the Morning, heard weekdays 6a-9a on 610 Sports Radio. The KU grad has been a voice in the Kansas City sports scene for the better part of the last decade and brings his passion to the table with some bite every weekday morning.
Another day of two a days is in the books as the Chiefs wrapped up a walk thru and an intense afternoon practice that saw defensive lineman Anthony Toribio curse (the F bomb kind) and Darryl Harris walking back to the huddle completely satisfied. Contact started today and the linemen on both sides of the ball made sure they took advantage of the limited opportunities.
We had a chance to talk with Jim Zorn after practice was over and one thing we all can take away, is that Zorn is intense, deliberate and very very detailed orientated. After Todd Haley told us earlier in the day that he had a poster of Zorn on his wall as a kid, it was a little awkward talking with him after practice. Zorn was the last coach coming off the field. He was working late with ricky Stanzi, the rookie quarterback for the Chiefs. Stanzi is not his only project as he is trying to get Cassel to do some things different from in the past. It’s not that Cassel was doing anything wrong, its just Zorn, a former QB, can put Cassel in situations that he experienced in his playing days. At one point of practice he had Cassel throwing left handed, just to see how he would react and move his hips. That kind of stuff was not done last year. As far as Stanzi goes, Zorn told me he will not be the starter and his only season will be preseason.
Bill Muir also addressed the media today. He would not say if he would call the plays. We all think it will be Todd Haley making the decisions on game day.
All for now…