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 […]

Mr. Johnson Goes To Washington

After visiting with team officials earlier today, former Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson signed a three year contract with the Washington Redskins. The deal is worth $3.5 million and could reach as much as $12 million total with incentives. Johnson, a two-time Pro Bowl pick who has run for 6,219 yards and 55 […]

LJ “Excited” About Washington Visit

Former Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson is still looking for a team to play for and the Redskins need a backup for Clinton Portis.  So it makes sense that Johnson is looking forward to his trip to Washington later Friday. “Larry is extremely excited and anticipates having a great visit with the Redskins,” […]

Larry Johnson To Visit With Washington

Former Chiefs running back Larry Johnson is scheduled to visit with the Washington Redskins, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Two days after former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Willie Parker visited with Washington, the Redskins are scheduled to host a visit Thursday with Johnson. The Redskins have made it known around the league that they would […]

Kansas City: The Land Of Losing

The NFL season just ended, but sports in Kansas City never end thanks to the Royals.  While the Chiefs and their neighbors keep the sports pages full around town, Bob Gretz takes a look at just how bad the two franchises have been over the past three years (and beyond). To say that sports fans […]

Redskins Sign Justin Medlock

After completing the tryout tour with several teams around the league, former Chiefs kicker Justin Medlock has signed with the Washington Redskins. The Redskins were expected to bring in place kickers to challenge Graham Gano in training camp, and it appears Justin Medlock could be among the group. The team today announced the signing of […]

Around The Web: Response Time, Perspective, Average Chargers

Now that the Chiefs have their first win, how will they respond?  Kansas City’s recent history suggests it will be a while before the next victory, writes The Kansas City Star’s Adam Teicher. Their three previous victories were followed by losing streaks of 12, seven and nine games.  The Chiefs haven’t won back-to-back games since […]

Around The Web: Bowe On Board, Brown Boost, Zorn Stripped

Dwayne Bowe has been a hot topic of discussion around the Kansas City Chiefs from the minute Todd Haley opened OTAs and Bowe was out of shape.  From then until now Haley has constantly ridden the receiver and as Bob Gretz reports, he couldn’t understand how he had gotten so far by doing so many […]

Game Balls: Chiefs vs. Redskins

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Washington Redskins 14-6 at FedEx Field.  It took six weeks, but we finally get to award game balls after a victory! Offense: Dwayne Bowe For the first time this season, Matt Cassel was consistently targeting the Chiefs No. 1 receiver.  And for the first time in a while Bowe […]

Around The Web: Dorsey Down 50, KC Smoke Signals, Backup Punter

Chiefs defensive end Glenn Dorsey has traveled a long and winding road to get from the 2008 NFL Draft to where he is today.  The Star’s Kent Babb mapped out everything he’s been through. Dorsey has started each of the Chiefs’ five games in 2009.  Haley says the second-year defender has improved in each of […]

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