Jim Zorn Beats Out Al Saunders In Baltimore

The Baltimore Ravens have hired Jim Zorn as their quarterbacks coach.  He got the nod over former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Al Saunders. Zorn, 56, was fired by Washington Redskins on Jan. 4 after a disastrous second season as their head coach.  The Ravens, though, were overwhelmed by his experience: 11 seasons as an […]

Al Saunders To Interview With Ravens

The Oakland Raiders have hired Baltimore Ravens quarterbacks coach Hue Jackson to be their new offensive coordinator.  This leaves an opening on the Ravens staff and according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, former Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Al Saunders will get a shot at the job. With Hue Jackson off to Oakland, Ravens now will […]

Around The Web: The Real Score, Harbaugh Explains, Seymour Could Tip Balance

After time ran out on the Chiefs 38-24 loss, a lot of fans felt Todd Haley & Co. could walk away knowing they made a game out of it.  Well, The Star’s Martin Manley has a few words for those people. Everyone who thought the Chiefs played respectably on Sunday please raise your hand… Ok, […]

Game Balls: Chiefs vs. Ravens

After every game we hand out game balls to the best Chiefs players on offense, defense and special teams. The Kansas City Chiefs dropped their first game of the season 38-24 to the Ravens in Baltimore.  As we’ve gotten accustomed to doing, here are the best of the worst. Offense: Dwayne Bowe Speaking of best […]

Players To Watch: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Baltimore Ravens

The Kansas City Chiefs take on the Baltimore Ravens tomorrow at M&T Bank Stadium.  The games finally count and that means the players to watch are those that will make an impact on the game instead of trying to win a job. The following are three players (Offense, Defense and Special Teams) from each team […]

Around The Web: Offensive Test, Healthy Ravens, Merriman Cleared

If you are trying to figure out your offensive line the way the Chiefs are, the Baltimore Ravens are one of the last teams you want to face.  But as Adam Teicher reports, the test is coming whether the Kansas City offensive line likes it or not. “We’ve got no choice,” left tackle Branden Albert […]

Around The Web: LJ Ready, Flacco Chirps, D-Bowe vs. D-Fox

While there are still questions about Matt Cassel’s status for Sunday, there is no question Larry Johnson is ready to go. “You get to a certain age, a certain spot in your life where you just feel comfortable,” Johnson said on Thursday after the Chiefs practice session.  “I think that’s what it is, being able […]

Around The Web: DJ Isn’t Satisfied, Unpopular Underdog, Clayton Ready To Go

Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson — expected to excel in the Chiefs new defense — has been relegated to backup status recently, but he wants nothing to do with that role. Johnson said he has suffered from various injuries throughout the preseason but those issues weren’t the only reason he was demoted to backup inside linebacker. […]

Conference Calls: Todd Haley & Larry Johnson

In anticipation of this weekend’s game with the Ravens, Todd Haley and Larry Johnson spoke with the Baltimore media via conference calls. Here are the highlights: Todd Haley On if he thinks RB Larry Johnson will run for 100 yards against the Ravens again, because he was the last player to do so: “He was, […]

Around The Web: Clark Wants Progress, Green Goes Network, Tyree In Baltimore

During yesterday’s kickoff luncheon, Clark Hunt expressed his expectations for his Kansas City Chiefs in 2009. “I want to see progress.  We’re looking for the team to play hard week in, week out.” Hunt wouldn’t share the win total he’s hoping for, rather saying that he’d like to see the Chiefs improve in all three […]

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