Chiefs Release Goff; Re-Sign Gutierrez, Smith

The Kansas City Chiefs parted ways with guard Mike Goff after one season with the team and re-signed QB Matt Gutierrez and RB Kolby Smith. Goff started the first seven games of 2009 before injuring his shoulder vs. San Diego (10/25) and heading to injured reserve on November 11th.  Wade Smith started the majority of […]

Around The Web: Rebuilding Pain, Chiefs Hunt For Rogers, No Star Power

At 1-7 there is no arguing that the Kansas City Chiefs are in full rebuilding mode.  There’s also no arguing that, record wise, it’s the ugliest in franchise history.  Bob Gretz compares this process with those in the past. Six times the Chiefs have gone to a complete tear down of their football team, under […]

Around The Web: Goff’s Streak Ends, Brown Stands Up, NOW Against Cable

The starting debut that got the most attention yesterday was that of Jamaal Charles at running back.  But equally as big was guard Andy Alleman getting the start on the offensive line in place of Goff, snapping his streak of 113 straight starts. Goff missed practice time during the week because of a sore shoulder, […]

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 […]

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: Veteran Chiefs, New Arrowhead, Texans QB Order

Outside of the regime change with the Kansas City Chiefs, the biggest offseason change of direction was the addition of several veterans to the roster.  As John Marshall notes, it’s players like Mike Vrabel that are viatal to the Chiefs success this season. Vrabel lingered on the practice field, trading blows with defensive line coach […]

Q&A: Todd Haley on 6/15 OTA Session

Following today’s OTA session, Todd Haley met with the media.  Here are the highlights: If the defensive line is progressing: “I think any time you talk about the D-line or offensive lineman you are wasting your breath a little bit because there are no pads on.  So much can change when the pads are on, […]

Around The Web: Haley Likes The Line, Page Signs (Finally), Two Teams – One Goal

While there isn’t much information coming out of One Arrowhead Drive, Chiefs coach Todd Haley did acknowledge some initial anguish over the state of the offensive line.  But the new coach is starting to feel better about what he has to work with. “I’m feeling a little better about it.  We’ve added some guys that […]

Read: Goff Wanted To Be Wanted

For anyone that is wondering why the San Diego Chargers let Mike Goff go to a division rival without a fight, you’re not alone.  Count Goff among those unsure what exactly happened, according to Kevin Acee at the San Diego Union Tribune: “It’s kind of like getting blackballed out of the family.  I thought I […]

News: Chiefs sign Mike Goff

The Chiefs added another veteran to their lineup today, coming to terms with 11-year NFL veteran Mike Goff.  Goff has been with the San Diego Chargers for the past five seasons and hasn’t started in less than 16 games since 2002 when he was with the Cincinnati Bengals. Looks like the Kansas City Chiefs have […]

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