Zack Thomas To Announce Retirement

After sitting out last year, former Kansas City Chiefs LB Zach Thomas will announce his retirement after signing a one-day contract with the Miami Dolphins. Thomas’ career in Miami ended in 2007.  He signed as a free agent with the Dallas Cowboys in 2008, playing one season there.  He was released by the Kansas City […]

Zach Thomas Files Grievance Against Chiefs

Former Chiefs linebacker Zach Thomas has filed a grievance against Kansas City for his 2009 salary for cutting him without an injury settlement after he suffered a concussion early in training camp, according to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. Thomas, a victim of multiple concussions in his career, visited the Pittsburgh Brain Imaging Research Center, sources said.  […]

Chiefs Make Final Cuts (For Now)

The Kansas City Chiefs — along with every other team in the league — made their roster cuts to meet the league maximum of 53 players.  There were a couple of surprises on the list. Of the 14 players cut, 6 were from the offensive side of the ball: TE Tom Crabtree, G Darryl Harris, […]

Zach Thomas To Retire (Or Not)

As the Chiefs prepare to get their roster down to the 75 player limit tomorrow afternoon, there is one less cut that needs to be made, according to ESPN’s Adam Shefter. Bruschi exited today, Zach Thomas next. He won’t play again for Chiefs and, barring unforseen, is finished in NFL. End for 1 more great […]

Read: How The West Will Be Won (By The Chiefs!)

It must be sunny over by the Kansas City Star offices, because the Kent Babb is explaining how the Chiefs can win the AFC West in 2009. No, it’s not likely that the Chiefs will win the division this year.  It is possible, though.  Miami won the AFC East last year after going 1-15 in […]

Read: “He Runs A Tight Ship”

(Photo via Rich Sugg) The Kansas City Chiefs are getting ready for their first mandatory mini-camp under head coach Todd Haley and as Jonathan Rand at points out, the players have noticed he’s all business. “No-nonsense” is a description that rolls quickly off the tongues of players asked to define Haley’s M.O.  And if […]

Around The Web: DJ’s Transition, Staff Finalized, Chargers 50th Anniversary

As the Kansas City Chiefs transition their defense from 4-3 to 3-4, their only current holdover starting at linebacker is Derrick Johnson.  Even though the former first round pick has never played in the 3-4, the Kansas City Star’s Kent Babb reports Johnson is taking to the role well. Johnson said it fits his skills […]

Q&A: Todd Haley On 6/1 OTA Session

Following today’s OTA session Chiefs coach Todd Haley met with the media.  Here are the highlights: On the holdovers transitioning from 4-3 to the 3-4: “Well, it’s such a big change for a couple of those guys. I don’t think you can judge them too quick on anything that they’re doing. But, there’s nobody that […]

Around The Web: Thomas Plays To Win, Undrafted FA Lock?, Darling Knew Raiders Draft Plan

Many Chiefs fans believe Zach Thomas signed with Kansas City to serve as a mentor, but as Adam Teicher reports Thomas wants nothing to do with rebuilding. His one-year stop in Dallas proved to Thomas that nothing is guaranteed and teams change year to year.  That set Thomas to thinking as he embarked on the […]

Around The Web: New Defense, Zach Thomas Transition

With the start of the new administration’s first mini-camp also came the process of installing their new defense, reports Adam Teicher at the Kansas City Star. While coach Todd Haley wouldn’t disclose how the Chiefs lined up defensively during their first practice that was closed to the media, Jarrad Page sure seemed to let out […]

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