Previous Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Orlando Scandrick says they are never felt comfortable other than with the Dallas Cowboys.
Fortunately Orlando Scandrick spared most of their venom for the Philadelphia Eagles. In any case, it doesn’t seem like the veteran cornerback truly making the most of their time with the Kansas City Chiefs either.
To rewind, Scandrick, who is presently a free specialist, as of late appeared on the games television show Undisputed as a visitor with Shannon Sharpe and a case of one of those elderly people men talking heads who expresses extraordinary words.
On the show, Scandrick laid into the Eagles association and explicitly got out the group’s way of life and initiative in a progression of red hot articulations.
At the point when it went to his time with the Chiefs, which endured only a solitary year in 2018, Scandrick obviously didn’t feel as great as they did in Dallas where they spent most of their vocation.
“Just being a part of that Dallas Cowboys organization for so long and then going to be a part of two other organizations, I never really felt like at home. If I could take back one thing or one regret I have in my whole entire sports career, it would have been to stay with the Dallas Cowboys organization through thick and thin,” said Scandrick.
Given the way that senior supervisor Brett Veach offered him a solitary season contract and decided not to bring him back again is likely evidence that the two sides felt a similar path about one another.
The Chiefs weren’t actually stacked with corners coming into the offseason, yet their ability to let Scandrick stroll without even gossip that they were keen on re-increasing clarifies that he will undoubtedly sign somewhere else.
Scandrick had 44 all out handles, 13 passes batted, and 1 block attempt for the Chiefs last season.