Junior Siavii Still Working

After being out of the NFL for three seasons former Chief Junior Siavii got a chance to play in Dallas in 2009 and now has signed on to spend a second year with the Cowboys. Siavii, a nose tackle who had 11 tackles in a backup role behind All-Pro Jay Ratliff, signed his original-round tender […]

Around The Web: Calm Cassel, Not So Special Teams, Skinned By Rare Play

The Chiefs may have dropped yesterday’s game to the Dallas Cowboys in overtime, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t positives they can take from the loss.  Specifically — as Kent Babb reports — is the performance of Matt Cassel down the stretch without two of his starting linemen. No pressure.  Not for Cassel.  Not this […]

Players To Watch: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Dallas Cowboys

The Kansas City Chiefs take on the Dallas Cowboys tomorrow at Arrowhead Stadium.  Will Todd Haley finally get his first win?  Can the Cowboys bounce back from a terrible loss to the Denver Broncos? Here are three players (Offense, Defense and Special Teams) from each team to keep your eyes on. Chiefs Offense: Matt Cassel […]

Does Vegas Know Something?

When the line came out for Sunday’s game between the Chiefs and Cowboys, Dallas was a -9 point road favorite across the board.  But are things starting to tighten up? Virtually every line has come down in the last couple of days, possibly showing that the Chiefs have a better chance this weekend than many […]

No Happy (Meal) History For Haley In Dallas

As the Dallas Cowboys — one of Todd Haley’s former teams — heads to Arrowhead Stadium Sunday afternoon, Richie Witt of the Dallas Observer points out that Haley’s time spent with the Cowboys was not all positive. Remember back when the former receivers coach’s wife, Chrissy, was served a rat in her McDonald’s salad in […]

Around The Web: LJ Looks To Move Forward, Unlikely Leader, Romo Says Cowboys Can’t Lose

Following Chiefs practice yesterday, Larry Johnson was asked to explain his “ego” comments he made after Kansas City lost to the New York Giants.  LJ declined, but as The Kansas City Star’s Adam Teicher reports, he agreed it’s time for the offense to start moving forward. “I’m looking for us to not make penalties and […]

Injuries Linger For Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys continued to deal with multiple injuries at practice today, according to Brandon George. Cowboys coach Wade Phillips said that starting center Andre Gurode (sprained right knee) went through a limited practice. Phillips said backup RB Felix Jones (left knee), WR Roy Williams (three injured ribs) and safety Gerald Sensabaugh (broken right thumb) […]

Around The Web: DJ Not Complaining, First Quarter Awards, Wounded Cowboys

Former Chiefs first round pick Derrick Johnson has been struggling to get on the field since being demoted on the depth chart earlier this season.  The topic has been a hot topic with fans and media alike, but what about the man himself?  The Star’s Kent Babb caught up with the linebacker to talk about […]

Around The Web: Hardly Groundbreaking, Terrell Was Close, Romo Knows How To Count

Chiefs coach Todd Haley made news when he fired offensive coordinator Chan Gailey and decided to take on the responsibilities himself.  It’s difficult to take on that many tasks as the head coach, but is it groundbreaking?  KCChiefs.com’s Josh Looney takes a look at the history behind such a move. For starters, the entire AFC […]

Around The Web: The Charles Dilemma, What Ego?, Dallas Play Calling

With Jamaal Charles’ fumbling problems…  well, still a problem, Adam Teicher looks at where the young running back fits in the Chiefs plans going forward. As Haley and general manager Scott Pioli continue what now seems like an eternal Chiefs rebuilding program, they have precious few younger offensive players who can help with the process.   […]

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