Around The Web: LJ Back In Vegas, “New” Arrowhead On Track, Training Camp Groundbreaking

During OTAs, it was reported Larry Johnson skipped out on a voluntary practice to party in Las Vegas.  Now that he is on summer vacation, LJ apparently was back in Vegas last weekend.  SPORTSbyBROOKS tracked down the details (and photos). While he was in Las Vegas, Johnson came across a partying posse of lively ladies […]

Chiefs Bringing In Another Quarterback?

Oklahoma Thunder, a team playing in the World Football League, are 8-0 and won their last game 94-0.  Yes, ninety four to zero.  One of their offensive stars may soon get a tryout with the Kansas City Chiefs. According to assistant coach Thom Roundtree, Thunder first string quarterback Orrick “Rico” Watkins turned in an impressive […]

Quote: “I Don’t Know Why He Wants To Do It”

Hall of Fame quarterback Len Dawson is currently at the NFL rookie symposium in Florida.  But it wasn’t a rookie on his mind today, but instead 18-year-veteran Brett Favre and the continuing drama surrounding his retirement.  Dawson was quick to question Favre’s desire to play for a division rival. “I don’t know why he wants […]

Read: How The West Will Be Won (By The Chiefs!)

It must be sunny over by the Kansas City Star offices, because the Kent Babb is explaining how the Chiefs can win the AFC West in 2009. No, it’s not likely that the Chiefs will win the division this year.  It is possible, though.  Miami won the AFC East last year after going 1-15 in […]

Around The Web: Green Monday Morning QB, Explosion Needed, Greg Hill Joins Salisbury At Buffalo Wild Wings

With Sports Illustrated’s Peter King on vacation, former Chiefs quarterback Trent Green took a break from moving into his Kansas City home to  write today’s Monday Morning quarterback column. Green touches on what the NFL needs to do regarding players and concussions: The league needs to come up with minimum guidelines that each team must […]

Around The Web: Priest The Mentor, Herman’s Head

Kansas City Chiefs running back Dantrell Savage is hoping to make his name in the NFL after being an undrafted free agent last season.  Who better to get advice from than one of the most famous undrafted free agents in the history of the NFL in Priest Holmes?  Holmes will mentor the young Savage before […]

Read: Colquitt’s Comeback

Kansas City Chiefs punter Dustin Colquitt missed two games last season but managed to still have a very respectable year.  But as Bob Gretz reports, the only reason Colquitt’s numbers were down at all was because of injuries that most of us were not allowed to know about during the season. There are some fans […]

News: Chiefs Agree To Terms With Jake O’Connell

The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to terms with seventh-round pick TE Jake O’Connell, the third member of the 2009 draft class to sign. As per team policy, terms of the deal were not released. O’Connell was the 237th overall pick of the draft and played his college ball at University of Miami (OH) where […]

Around The Web: Defensive Plans, Page On Brown, Roasting Irrelevant

Just what defense will the Kansas City Chiefs run this season?  While there has been plenty of speculation, Bob Gretz goes right to the man making the final decisions, Todd Haley, and found out. While those outside the team may be hung up on whether it will play a 4-3 or a 3-4 defense, Haley […]

News: Chiefs Sign Mike Brown

The Kansas City Chiefs have signed former Chicago Bears safety Mike Brown according to the Kansas City Star. The nine-year veteran quickly established himself as one of the top safeties in the league after being drafted by the Bears in the second round in 2000.  He is Chicago’s all-time leader in defensive touchdowns with seven. […]

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