Trent Green: Hall Of Famer

Former Kansas City Chiefs QB Trent Green is headed to the Hall of Fame…  The Indiana University Athletics Hall of Fame, that is.  The school announced 18 new members will be a part of the 30th induction ceremony, with Green among six of the “contemporary” choices. Check out the write-up from IU on Green’s credentials […]

Former Chiefs Disagree On Helmet To Helmet Policy

The NFL has had fans, media and players all buzzing over the announcement that they would start suspending players for helmet to helmet hits instead of just giving out fines.  Kent Babb talked to Trent Green and Eddie Kennison and the former Chiefs teammates are on very different sides of the issue. “It’s a smart […]

10/12/03: Eddie Kennison Keeps KC Perfect

Back in 2003, the Trent Green Chiefs were 5-0 when they took a trip into Green Bay to take on Brett Favre and the Packers. After a slow start, the Chiefs rallied from a 17-point 4th quarter deficit — with some help from a Favre interception — to force overtime. In overtime, Morten Andersen had […]

Mike Vrabel Mentors Andy Studebaker

One of the most positive stories that came out of last season’s disappointing campaign was the emergence of the young Andy Studebaker.  On KCChiefs.com this morning, Josh Looney talks about Mike Vrabel’s role as a sort of player/coach that has had a huge role in helping Studebaker. “The more that you talk, the more that […]

Paving The Way For Coach Trent Green

The Chiefs recently announced that Trent Green would be a part of their preseason game broadcasts, but he just might have a new job soon: player-coach.  Chicago Bears offensive coordinator Mike Martz could be in the market for Green’s services according to the Chicago Sun-Times. Martz is implementing his system for a team in win-or-else […]

Chargers Traded The Next Trent Green

Last month the San Diego Chargers traded their backup quarterback, Charlie Whitehurst, to the Seattle Seahawks for a 2011 third-round pick and the right to switch second-round picks this year.  The Seahawks immediately signed Whitehurst to a two-year, $10 million contract.  Chargers head coach Norv Turner thinks this situation is similar to one that all […]

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 […]

Around The Web: Daniels Coaches Combine Camp, Green On TV, Albert In New York

As the Kansas City Chiefs prepare to leave for training camp in a couple of weeks, their players are finishing up their summer responsibilities before heading to Wisconsin.  CB Travis Daniels was one of a handful of NFL players coaching high school athletes at the Pro Football Camp on the campus of Nicholls State. Despite […]

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: Green Retires, Roaf A Hall Of Famer Once More, Crimson Chiefs

After 15 seasons in the NFL, former Chiefs quarterback Trent Green has decided to retire. Green played for the Chargers, Redskins, Rams, Chiefs and Dolphins.  He earned a Super Bowl ring with the Rams in 2000 and was selection to two Pro Bowls while he was with the Chiefs in 2003 and 2005. Green started […]

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