Chiefs Attend Mountaineers Pro Day

Just as they were part of a smaller group of scouts at Maine’s pro day last week, the Chiefs were one of only ten teams to attend Appalachian State’s workout yesterday. Defensive tackle Malcolm Bennett, quarterback Armanti Edwards, tight end Tim Frye, defensive back Cortez Gilbert, linebacker Jacque Roman and defensive tackle Anthony Williams worked […]

Raiders Get A Glimpse Of Slimmer Russell

After missing the first day of offseason workouts, Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell showed up for work Tuesday and according to Oakland Tribune he impressed the franchise with his slimmer look. Russell spent the past month or so working out at a training facility in Arizona, according to director of squad development Willie Brown.  Two players […]

SI Writers Split On Eric Berry To Chiefs

Yesterday on Twitter, SI’s Peter King said that the Kansas City Chiefs would never draft a safety in the top 5.  Meanwhile, in Don Banks’ latest mock draft, he feels that’s exactly what Scott Pioli will do come April. 5. Eric Berry – S, Tennessee With both of the top quarterbacks getting pushed up into […]

Dick Vermeil And Herm Edwards Endorse LJ In DC

New Redskins running back Larry Johnson received some interesting words of encouragement from his first two head coaches in the NFL, Dick Vermeil and Herm Edwards. “He will take over the running back position,” said Dick Vermeil, who coached Johnson in Kansas City from 2003 to ’05.  “That’s what I think.  He’ll push that guy […]

Chiefs Sign Ryan Lilja

The Kansas City Chiefs have signed former Indianapolis Colts G Ryan Lilja. Lilja, who played in high school at Shawnee Mission Northwest and in college at Kansas State, is coming home. Lilja agreed to terms today on a three-year contract with the Chiefs. It’s not only a great football move for the Chiefs, who need […]

Denver’s Plan Is To Win With Quinn

At the press conference to introduce Brady Quinn to Denver, all the talk was about competition.  But if you ask the Denver Post’s Mark Kiszla, Josh McDaniels sees a winner in Quinn. In his final three years at Notre Dame, Quinn won 25-of-37 games for what recently has become the funniest program on NBC this […]

Will Franklin Heads North

Following in the footsteps of the infamous Casey Printers, former Kansas City Chiefs WR Will Franklin had decided to take his game to the CFL. The Winnipeg Blue Bombers continue to flesh out their training camp roster, adding wide receiver Will Franklin. Franklin was drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the fourth round of […]

Jets Lose In Jones-Tomlinson Swap

The New York Jets showed Thomas Jones how much they appreciated his efforts with a full-page ad in the Kansas City Star.  But according to Ian O’Connor of the Bergen Record, the Jets would have been better off by showing Jones the money. Here’s the best way to judge this Jones-for-Tomlinson trade, even if Jones […]

Jets Thank Thomas Jones With Ad In KC Star

The New York Jets weren’t interested in bringing Thomas Jones back for the 2010 season, but they obviously appreciated his effort over the past few years.  They took out a full-page ad in yesterday’s Kansas City Star to thank the newest member of the Chiefs. The ad, on Page A11 of the paper, featured a […]

Browns Trade Brady Quinn To Broncos

Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Charlie Weis will get to see his former student a lot next season, but not on his own team.  The Cleveland Browns have traded Brady Quinn to another team in the AFC West. The Denver Broncos have acquired quarterback Brady Quinn from the Cleveland Browns in exchange for fullback Peyton […]

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