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Count Alex's Wins
04-23-2008, 06:57 PM
I'm happy with the trade, but this makes me want to puke.

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kstater
04-23-2008, 06:58 PM
He looks drunk.

Someone give him a Mustang.

Rain Man
04-23-2008, 06:59 PM
This is the saddest day of my young life.

Count Alex's Wins
04-23-2008, 07:00 PM
Press conference from Minnesota...


Childress: Just a couple of thoughts here, and I know you want to hear from Jared. We had an opportunity to acquire a tremendously talented football player and a talented teammate. Heís a guy that readily acknowledges his past. I think he is ready to have a positive influence on this team and on this organization, both on and off the field. You all know how I feel about that. I think we took what we thought was a thorough process through this decision-making process. I had extensive conversations with people that raised Jared, with people that played with Jared and with people that coached with Jared. Very sensitive when you talk to a lot of different people and youíre trying to pull off a deal like this that you can talk to some and you canít talk to others because as we know, information moves fast these days. But in conjunction with the positive feedback that we got from all of those people, we really felt like we have every reason to believe that this should be a good fit for us. I think he has learned from his mistakes and realizes what it takes to become positive and productive. Heís going to share some of that thought with you, and I think at the end of the day you have to trust your intuition and your homework on the decision that you make. I believe that it will be positive for the organization. Zygi (Wilf) was involved in this process right from the start to the finish. This has been going on for seven or eight weeks now and itís a process that included him getting to know and spending time with Jared. I know Jared has some thoughts for you on that, being able to feel and understand what the Wilf family is about, and then obviously all of us feeling comfortable that it would be a good, solid fit for our football team and the organization. I think itís a great sign again of the Wilfsí commitment to wanting to build a championship-caliber football team that competes on the football field, not only passionately but relentlessly and then professionally. Without further ado, Jared Allen.

Allen: How are you guys doing? I feel like Iím 22 again on draft day. This time a few more people showed up. This is going to be an awesome opportunity for me. This organization, back when this was just kind of a thought of Minnesota would be a great fit for me and maybe we can get something done, to the whole process that we have been through to actually get this thing done, has been awesome. This organization has been first class since day one. Obviously they had some questions they had to ask and I answered them truthfully and humbly and we moved on past that to what was going to be best for this organization and best for winning championships. So my whole goal for being here is obviously a little selfish because I get to play with two of the best d-tackles in the league (Pat and Kevin Williams). Iím excited to come in here and really just start playing football and be a part of this organization and be a part of this community, and getting to know all of you guys and letting you guys get to know me. Obviously I had four years in Kansas City and Kansas City will always have a part of my life just because of the fact that I met some great people there and Iíve got some great relationships down there that will always be there. I hope to build those same relationships here, and as you guys will find out through me being here that I am always accessible and I live my life to the fullest and I play football to the fullest. My only goal football-wise is to win championships, and I think Coach has made me a piece of this puzzle. Itís going to be a continually growing puzzle; as we know football is always changing, especially the NFL. One day you are in and one day you are out. I am excited that this process is over and that I can call Minnesota my home and that I can get ready to start winning some championships wearing the purple and gold now.

Q: What was it about Kansas City that made you want to start fresh somewhere else?
A: It was just as the years went on I could see that it wasnít going to be the right place for me. It was no secret that me and management had clashes over contract extensions and just as the process moved on and this just happened to be the right opportunity that they are in a situation where they need to rebuild. They werenít in a situation where we were going to come to terms on any sort of extension or anything like that and I happened to be a valuable commodity for that team and they were able to get picks that they needed to be hopefully a dominant franchise in the future. Obviously I was able to come to an organization that is on the brink of being contenders every year, and I am ecstatic for that. To come here and to be able to be a part of a great organization, first of all from Mr. Wilf down. When I got to meet him the first words that came out of his mouth was we want to win championships. To hear that from your owner is a dream come true. Like I said, from the facilities down to everybody that Iíve met here, the one common goal has been winning championships. For me as a player you couldnít ask for any more. That makes me want to get on the field and give even more than what I can give to get that done. As you said, you go through this process and itís the right fit. Itís the right fit here. Like I said, for me selfishly, those two d-tackles, I think the biggest problem weíre going to have is who is going to hit the quarterback first. According to Pat Iíve just got to leave the running back alone. The running back is all is.

Q: How difficult was it for you to have to answer questions about your past during this process?
A: Yeah, you expect that. Iíve never run from my mistakes. Iíve owned up to them. Iíve made the changes necessary to be a better man, and thatís what I explained to them. Obviously we went into greater detail about it. My biggest thing is you donít have to hear me tell you how Iíve changed; you can come and see me live. People in the community and you guys will get to know me and see, wow, this is how he lives and this is his life. The important thing for me to express to him was these changes were not made just so I would look good in the eyes of the NFL. These changes were made for me as a man and to be a better man for my family, to represent the name on the back of this jersey. Like I told Coach, now that I am a part of this family, and as I told Mr. Wilf, now that I am a part of his family and a part of the Vikings family, I will do everything to represent that family as if I am representing my personal family. All I can ever do is be truthful and honest. If you are truthful and honest you donít ever have to worry about what you say because you know what, thatís what it is. Like I told Coach, God gave me eyes in the front of my head to look forward and not in the back so I donít have to look back. Iíve dealt with it and Iíve moved on, and now all you can do is watch me live and you can see what Iíve told you is true.

Q: So the Vikings did not take a gamble with you regarding your background?
A: No, not at all.

Q: How close do you think this team is to being a contender?
A: That is what was so attractive to me. Now that I am on the opposite side we donít have to scrimmage you guys up at Mankato every year now. But scrimmaging you guys and the Vikings throughout the training camp through playing you guys in Week 3 I think it was and knowing a couple of the players at the Pro Bowl, it was like man, you guys are close. The running game, and I am a firm believer that you have to run the ball in the NFL, especially in November and December if you want to win championships. The way this offensive line plays and the way that Adrian Peterson runs the ball, and just being around here with the chemistry of the organization, there is no reason year in and year out we shouldnít be contending. Thatís what was so attractive about it. It wasnít like weíre on the brink and weíll get a couple of players here and there and maybe next year. No, itís now. We want to win championships now and that attitude to me is so attractive. Iím getting all excited. I told Coach that I havenít been this excited since I got drafted and Iím probably even more excited now. My mom could hear it in my voice; I was talking to my mom this morning at breakfast. She goes, ĎI know you didnít want to say too much last week, but I knew you were excited. I could hear it in your voice.í So for me, football is my life. I love football and the biggest and the greatest honor in the world would be able to hang a banner up saying world champions, and being a part of that.

Q: Some people have referred to you as the missing link for this team; do you like being looked at as one of the leaders on this team to help them get over that hump?
A: I think every football player wants to be that guy. As far as final link, like I said before, this puzzle is always growing. Itís an endless chain. Each person in an organization has a different role. Some have a bigger role and some have a smaller role, but itís an intricate role. Every piece of that puzzle, if itís not fitting big or small, obviously you are missing a piece. Like I said, I donít think I am Ďtheí piece. As a collective whole I think I am part of the puzzle. As a football player, you do want to be that guy. You do want to have that hat. You want to be a leader, and thatís how I was raised to play and thatís how I was raised to live my life is be a guy people can count on. Be accountable and for me to go out there and demonstrate my talents on the field and to help my team win and to be a guy people can count on on fourth-and-one when the game is on the line, and guys in the huddle can look to you. Thatís the kind of player I want to be because I ultimately want to be the best at what I do.

Q: Are you in the midst of your prime or do you feel like you are just entering it?
A: Thatís a good question. I would say Iím just getting started. Every year I get older I feel one year younger. Each year I try to get better. I think as a football player I can always develop something new. Not this past year but the year before that, at that time I felt that was one of my best years as a whole and my sack numbers were actually down. I think I only had like 7.5 that year, so I watched film and I went back and I said, wow, OK, I lead the league in pressures so what do I have to get better at? Iíve got to get better at finishing the play, so that last offseason I changed up my diet and did some things like that, get back in the gym harder, do things technique-wise to go back and study film on myself and do a nice self-scout. I do a nice self-scout every year and look at where I can improve. I went back and made the improvements and had what my best year was to this date was this last year. I plan on doing the same process this year. Each year I plan on having my best year. I think as long as I keep that attitude and now I have got the coaches that are going to direct me in that pattern and give me the assistance, that are going to hold me accountable to my technique and to what Iíve got to do as a player, that each year I should just continue to get better. The year that itís not your best, the year when you start sliding, thatís when you have to start thinking itís over.

Q: Was there one thing that you changed? Using your hands better?
A: No, again from last year to this year it was about finish. My whole mindset was finishing. After I watched film, I was like, man, I was there. Then you change some alignment and some technique stuff; I am not going to tell everybody what that is because the opposing tackles might be watching this.

Q: The franchise tag is designed for teams to keep their top players. When this whole process started eight or nine weeks ago, how realistic did you think it was for you to end up here?
A: You know what, it was one of those things where it sounded nice but realistically you are like this is maybe a couple of percent chance that this is going to happen. I remember talking to my agent because at first I wanted all of the updates. Who did you talk to? Who has called? Who has done this? I called him and said, you know what, just do me a favor and tell me who I am playing with next year because I need to concentrate on my game. I need to concentrate. Whoever I am playing with, Iíve got to be the best. So I turned my phone off and just went back to the gym and was in the gym, and then all of a sudden I got a couple of more calls like, hey (talking about the Vikings). It was kind of an up-and-down ride. You get excited but you donít want to get too excited because of the fact that the possibility of it happening is pretty slim, but then as the closer as it got to it and then when I got to come up here and I got to see the organization, there was no doubt in my mind that this was the place for me and that this is a place where great things can happen.

Q: Mike Tomlin started it here and then Leslie Frazier continued the success with the defense. Is that another thing that excites you about the Vikings?
A: Definitely, and like I told the coaches when I came here, I said as much as they are interviewing me, I am also interviewing them because Iím not going to go to a place where I donít think I canít continue to get better. I think as a player if you ever think you have arrived, you might as well just hang it up. You might as well just walk off and turn in your retirement papers and call it a day because in this league, as you know, you have never arrived. And to have a coaching staff that is going to say you do some great things, we donít want to change you, but we want to improve on those things. We want to continue to give you tools in your toolbox that you can use when you get in a situation on the field that you have that technique and you have that ability to get out of. To here that and to hear the direction that the coaches want to go, that is awesome. Itís one thing to know every year only one team is going to win the championship, so we have a one out of 32 to win it. But to have that on your mind that that is your goal every year, that is all you can ask for. To be working toward that and coaches pushing you toward that every year, will it happen? You donít know, but you canít ever go into a season thinking, ehh, next year will be our year. That is an organization that is not going to go anywhere, and like I said, the first thing that came out of peopleís mouths around here was weíre going to win championships.

Q: Have you been able to get your mind around the fact that just a few years ago you were a fourth-round pick and now you are one of the highest-paid players in the league?
A: I got chills right now. Itís just starting to sink in. As a player itís cool because it shows appreciation for what you have done, but at the same time personally I look at it as a new challenge. The day I got drafted my dad called me because I told my old man when I was eight years old that I was going to play pro football, and the day I got drafted he called me to say congratulations. You did it, you accomplished a life dream. That was a scary moment for me because now Iíve got to come up with new goals. So this is kind of the same thing. I accomplished something I wanted to accomplish but for me itís just a new challenge. Now that I have been recognized as one of the best, youíve got to be the best. Iíve always said this and I told Coach this before too, the easy part is getting to be up top. The hardest part is staying there. As a player and as a human being I love that challenge. I love the fact that once you get up top, thatís when the real fight starts. Youíve got put in extra. If people are running 10 gassers, youíve got to run 11, and thatís the kind of player I am and thatís the kind of challenge I am looking forward to. I canít say enough that I know Iíve got the right people surrounding me in this organization to continue and I can bring other people with and they are going to continue to push me.

Q: Was Tampa Bay ever in the mix and when was it apparent that you wanted to be in Minnesota?
A: They were in the mix. They kind of jumped back and forth a little bit. I think it was apparent that I wanted to be in Minnesota when I came here and I got to see the organization. Like I said, I got to kind of do my interview process. Obviously Kevin and Pat Williams are justÖthat stands out as oh, this is great for me with two great d-tackles, but to come here and to really spend some time with Mr. Wilf and with Coach Childress and Coach Frazier and Coach (Karl) Dunbar, and just really seeing how everybody interacted together, I just kind of would take a step back and watch everybody in this organization, from how the offices are set up. Just little things that I was like OK, you know what, this place right here, this is a special place. These people are headed in the right direction. Their focus is in the right direction and I want to be a part of that.

Q: Did you take your trip to Tampa?
A: No, I did not.

Q: Were you so frustrated in Kansas City that you would have pretty much gone anywhere?
A: You donít say anywhere, but things have to come into play because you obviously canít go from one situation you are not happy with to another. Iím just happy that Minnesota, this is the right situation. It all worked out. Iím here today and Iím ready to start my new career as a Minnesota Viking. Like I said, Iím just ecstatic and I am excited. I canít wait to put the pads on and get out on the field.

Q: The 69 at the end of your guaranteed money, was that just a fun thing to do or are you superstitious?
A: Itís hilarious. Itís cool. We were laughing and joking about it. Actually my girlfriend kind of brought it up and she said it would be kind of funny. I think her word was cute; I say funny. If I said cute I might get looked at differently up here. But yeah, stuff like that, it just shows that the organization, they want this to be a fun experience. They want this to be a memorable experience and itís kind of one of those things where you laugh and joke about it and they actually do it and youíre like thatís hilarious. Thatís just the kind of people that are here. Thatís the kind of person that I am. Like I said, I couldnít be happier and I think itís a great fit.

Childress: Just one more quick word here and I think this is as key as anything. When you do something like this, there are a lot of pieces of the puzzle that have to come together organizationally. Obviously from the top and Zygi, to the personnel, to doing the contracts, there are a lot of different variables here with compensation, with negotiating a contract, being under a window, with the logistical people, the people that were moving people in and out and trying to do it in a good fashion with the coaches interacting. Just a lot of different moving parts and I think the team did a great job of, obviously Zygi puts his name on the check and that is significant, but as he said, he had to feel it. Just like I felt like when I came in here to interview for the job, you are selling. You want the business, but as he mentioned, heís coming in and seeing what heís looking at as well. At the end of the day, itís about your intuition and do you believe you should be here.

Q: Does this embolden you in terms of your goals for the season?
A: I always want to win now. Itís funny, I read Kevinís (Seifert) piece this morning about this is the piece. Is this the final piece? We had that discussion on Saturday I think with his agent and Zygi and I forget who else was in the room with his agent. Iím going to have that room swept. In this business, is it the final piece? Itís never the end play. Itís never the final piece. Like we talked about, I come in here every day, we all come in here every day to try to get this place a day better. Weíre going to get better here in another couple days, but you know what? It doesnít mean we are not coming in tomorrow. Whatís tomorrow, Thursday, and Friday to try to look at another way to get better. We know the draft starts on Saturday, but itís never the end. You have to try to get better every day, and if the sense is you think youíve arrived, that is where you have your biggest problems in this business.

Q: Did you to come to the realization that sitting at number 17 there wouldnít be player of his caliber?
A: When we come down and introduce him at the draft party as our number-one draft pick, I think we are getting a pretty good player. Then our value system in terms of the rest of the draft picks, Rick did a great job obviously of getting us an extra three (third-round pick) last year from Denver. So we couldnít have done this deal, compensation-wise, without that thing sitting there or we wouldnít have enough firepower. We are losing two players there but we are gaining a great one here and weíll get one in the second round. I look at it as it cost us a third-round draft pick and a flip of a sixth.

Q: How does it make you feel that players want to come here?
A: It just makes me feel that we are putting it together brick by brick. It can be fine to be an up-and-coming team, but youíve got to walk the walk and youíve got to back it up when you get into September.

Q: At what point were you confident that you would be able to get the deal done?
A: This morning at 10:00 when he signed all the papers. FedEx arrived on time. We got him in here to do it. There were a lot ofÖthe contract has got to be looked at by the league, the players association. There are just a swirl of things that Rob (Brzezinski) could talk to you about and Rick (Spielman) could talk to you about, but itís not just as simple as yes, we agree and shake hands. Then the work starts.

Q: How many times did things change?
A: Iíd let Rob talk about that, but itís a fluid situation. It was (up and down). Thatís why they call it a negotiation.

Q: Any extra pressure on you or did you feel it so much already that this doesnít really add much?
A: Itís not pressure to add a good football player. I always feel good to add good football players.

Q: Do you feel he is one of the best defensive ends in football or the best?
A: You know what, Iíll say this, this guy is not a guy that can just rush the passer. His numbers say that he lead the NFL in sacks last year but heís a guy that loves to play the run and play it aggressively, so he is not a guy that you can only play for a third down. He can play every down, so I feel like I got the best defensive end pass rusher that plays the run combination there is.

Q: Was that something you were aware of before you watched film of him?
A: Well, I had to coach against him this year. He was coming back, he was all rested up in the third game of the year. You donít live in a vacuum. You get a chance to watch him play last year. We got a chance to practice against him back-to-back days. We kind of knew who that guy was.

Q: Ideally does Ray Edwards move over to the left side then?
A: Yeah, thatís what weíll end up doing is move Ray over there. Ray will have capabilities to go both ways. You never can tell, he plays right, he plays left. It could be a ĎWhereís Waldoí depending on what week it is.

Q: Will he play tight end too?
A: Iím not sure. Rob, is there an asterisk in there at all? I donít know. Iím going to let everybody kind of sleuth that out and see if there is anything in there. It certainly was lobbied for. Thatís one of those (signaling up and down) that he said.

Q: He had 15.5 sacks in 14 games. Does that raise the bar where 18 or 20 sacks are expected?
A: Thatís what he just said, wasnít it? Youíve got to keep raising the bar.

Q: So people should expect 20 from him?
A: You know what, numbers are all relative. I donít how many games he is going to play. Is he going to play 20, is he going to play 16, is he going to play 13?

Q: Does the teamís history of struggling to find a top defensive end play a part in this signing?
A: I just think it was kind of a perfect storm of events. Weíre living in the now, so history is what it is. Weíre living in the now and there was an opportunity that we had that they were amenable to. Like I said, a lot of different moving parts but we ended up working it out.

Q: How much responsibility do you feel to really look into a guyís background before you sign him?
A: I wish you could see our draft board. Donít you wish they could see it, Rick?

Spielman: No.

Childress: Do you want to take all of these people up in the room upstairs? Yeah, I do. And I tell you, Iíll give you one interesting conversation from somebody that you know that said I could use it and Iím sure you can follow up with him. Tony Richardson, we know who Tony Richardson is. There is probably not a better guy to be able to cast a gaze on a young Jared Allen to Jared Allen that is a four-year player in this league. They happened to get on a plane in Phoenix and fly to Hawaii together for the Pro Bowl. They got a chance to visit there and they got a chance to visit a bunch by the pool out in Hawaii. He said it was palpable. You could feel Jared Allen and where he is at right now and how his life has changed from when he first came into this league to who he is right now, not only as a player but obviously as a person. Yeah, I felt compelled to any and all means, whether it is who coached him, who raised him, who he played with. You take that all in and it was obviously positive feedback.

Frazod
04-23-2008, 07:00 PM
Piss on him. Time to move on.

Anyong Bluth
04-23-2008, 07:01 PM
disgusting. still wish him the best. the guys way too affable of a mofo to hate.

I'd be smiling way bigger if I just got dropped a cool 31+ up front.

eazyb81
04-23-2008, 07:03 PM
I'm shocked he didn't show up in a tuxedo t-shirt.

F#ck this guy, time to move on.

Reerun_KC
04-23-2008, 07:05 PM
Well, Hum....

How is one supposed to feel about a player that Carl ran off.... This isnt the first time we have been down this road....

oaklandhater
04-23-2008, 07:06 PM
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Mr. Laz
04-23-2008, 07:06 PM
i hope he sets the NFL sack record, goes to pro bowl for the next 5 years and Carl peterson dies of some kind of vicious anal fungus.

Guru
04-23-2008, 07:08 PM
You can do better than that Laz.

oaklandhater
04-23-2008, 07:08 PM
i hope he sets the NFL sack record, goes to pro bowl for the next 5 years and Carl peterson dies of some kind of vicious anal fungus.


Allen HOF 2015 Bank on it.

bogey
04-23-2008, 07:09 PM
See ya JA. Don't let the screen door hitcha where the good Lord splitcha. Now, let's move on.

Rain Man
04-23-2008, 07:09 PM
It was nice of Tony Richardson to vouch for him and get him away from Carl. Tony probably still remembers running for 150 yards against Denver and then having Carl lie to him on the sidelines.

Count Alex's Wins
04-23-2008, 07:10 PM
We better draft some ****ing good players.

oaklandhater
04-23-2008, 07:13 PM
We better draft some ****ing good players.

we trade out of 5 and 17 all of our 1st day picks Bust and are cut before 2011 bank on it

Rain Man
04-23-2008, 07:14 PM
I bet when KC scrimmages Minnesota this summer, Jared Allen will run over and snap the necks of all three draft picks who arrive in the trade, just to make Carl Peterson look bad.

Reerun_KC
04-23-2008, 07:16 PM
How do you transfer casino cash...

Valiant
04-23-2008, 07:20 PM
Love these quotes by JA

"am always accessible and I live my life to the fullest and I play football to the fullest."

Someone send that man some beer or alcohol for a present to celebrate.. And if he did play football to the fullest he might have gotten a few sacks in the second half of games instead of being shutout..

I want to wish him the best as a person, but as a Chief fan I hope he falls off the wagon and gets suspended and the Chiefs end up like bandits by drafting 3 starters..

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As far as Minnesota being close to ready, I think their defense is, but offense even with AP and Taylor is lacking severely.. IMO with AP getting hurt early he might be frail(this season will tell).. Their WR are nothing pretty and they have a big question at QB.. Then take into account the pending suspension of McKinnie if it happens will hurt them also.. Thankfully they traded 3 picks to us for JA..

el borracho
04-23-2008, 07:27 PM
I hope Peterson falls face first into a porta-potty and drowns.

Reerun_KC
04-23-2008, 07:28 PM
I hope Peterson falls face first into a porta-potty and drowns.
Rep, cant transfer any casino cash, so rep will have to do....:clap:

BigRock
04-23-2008, 07:31 PM
So long, Jared. Good luck racking up sacks without Ron F'N Edwards in the middle.

Count Alex's Wins
04-23-2008, 07:34 PM
I think what I'm most distraught over is seeing Jared Allen so happy while Carl and Herm faced the firing squad today and lied through their teeth without a smile. The Vikings appeared to be much happier today.

markk
04-23-2008, 07:36 PM
you guys are a bunch of whiners.

what did you mean to jared? he demanded a trade to get out of your city once someone balked at making him the third highest paid player in the NFL. is he the third best player in the league? no. tenth best? no. maybe in the top 30 but not the top 3.

we fleeced them on this trade. i wonder if anyone can name for me the last player who was traded for this much draft value. i bet it was a decade or more ago. be happy

keg in kc
04-23-2008, 07:36 PM
Allen sure looked like a guy who was sad to leave his home, the place he wanted to spend the rest of his career.

Too bad there's not an 's' in his name, we can't give him the $ treatement he deserves.

Maybe from now on, he doesn't get sacks, he gets $ack$.

Count Alex's Wins
04-23-2008, 07:37 PM
Allen sure looked like a guy who was sad to leave his home, the place he wanted to spend the rest of his career.

Too bad there's not an 's' in his name, we can't give him the $ treatement he deserves.

Maybe from now on, he doesn't get sacks, he gets $ack$.

We should have the mods filter "Jared Allen" to be posted as his full name.

Jared $cot Allen

Raiderh8ter77
04-23-2008, 07:39 PM
im glad this trade happened if he gets one more DUI hes done for a season so wont screw us in the ass

Pestilence
04-23-2008, 07:44 PM
The dude gets $30 million and all he can show up to the conference in is a shitty shirt and a Fossil watch? lol

TEX
04-23-2008, 07:51 PM
I'm with ya - total PUKE MATERIAL! :Lin:

KcMizzou
04-23-2008, 07:53 PM
The dude gets $30 million and all he can show up to the conference in is a shitty shirt and a Fossil watch? lolHeh, Jared's never exactly been GQ material. :)

HemiEd
04-23-2008, 08:06 PM
So long, Jared. Good luck racking up sacks without Ron F'N Edwards in the middle.

ROFL

Ultra Peanut
04-23-2008, 08:28 PM
MAN I THINK I SAW THIS CITY ON THE TEEVEE THIS IS WHAT IT'S LIKE UP NORTH HUH

Ultra Peanut
04-23-2008, 08:31 PM
Q: The 69 at the end of your guaranteed money, was that just a fun thing to do or are you superstitious?
A: It’s hilarious.He is twelve years old.

ferrarispider95
04-23-2008, 08:31 PM
The dude gets $30 million and all he can show up to the conference in is a shitty shirt and a Fossil watch? lol

its a rolex

Ultra Peanut
04-23-2008, 08:33 PM
I think what I'm most distraught over is seeing Jared Allen so happy while Carl and Herm faced the firing squad today and lied through their teeth without a smile. The Vikings appeared to be much happier today.We'll see who's smiling when he runs over a nun.

Delano
04-23-2008, 08:52 PM
Q: Were you so frustrated in Kansas City that you would have pretty much gone anywhere?
A: You donít say anywhere, but things have to come into play because you obviously canít go from one situation you are not happy with to another.

Jared had the chance to leave the organization in a classy manner, and he failed.

Sour grapes mother ****er.

Thig Lyfe
04-23-2008, 09:00 PM
:(

Deberg_1990
04-23-2008, 09:19 PM
Ehhh.....get over it.

Players come and go.

Frazod
04-23-2008, 09:23 PM
We'll see who's smiling when he runs over a nun.

LMAO

That would make Bill Maher happy.

beach tribe
04-23-2008, 09:25 PM
If Minny hadn't been stupid enough to put the ball in the hands of T. Jackson, they would be close IMO.

Demonpenz
04-23-2008, 10:28 PM
allen has the same mustache as the mascot

Pablo
04-23-2008, 11:46 PM
Purple is such a hideous effing color. And for f*cks sake Jared, you just got $31 million up front, run your happy ass to walmart and buy a $7 Gillette Fusion five blade razor.

Spectre
04-23-2008, 11:50 PM
Piss on him. Time to move on.

Well goly gee! Another bitter hick fan with sand up his **** because there best young player was tired of the chefs bullshit. :eek:

Your pain is my pleasure. ;)

cdcox
04-23-2008, 11:52 PM
No photoshops? The planet has lost it's second level burst.

Pablo
04-23-2008, 11:53 PM
Well goly gee! Another bitter hick fan with sand up his **** because there best young player was tired of the chefs bullshit. :eek:

Your pain is my pleasure. ;)It's probably painful to scrape John Elway's hardened seed out of your mullet/molestache combo with a bottle opener from the rearview mirror of your 1992 305 Camaro.

Spectre
04-24-2008, 12:01 AM
It's probably painful to scrape John Elway's hardened seed out of your mullet/molestache combo with a bottle opener from the rearview mirror of your 1992 305 Camaro.

not only am I not a denver fan, i thought mullet/camaro smack was reserved for you guys?

Ari Chi3fs
04-24-2008, 12:39 AM
i hope he sets the NFL sack record, goes to pro bowl for the next 5 years and Carl peterson dies of some kind of vicious anal fungus.


Amen... I also prey that Carl Peterson's dick gets slowly eaten away by a slow painful penis parasite. And that each day is full of misery for Carl Peterson.

Ari Chi3fs
04-24-2008, 12:40 AM
i feel like I got kicked in the gut. **** you Carl Peterson.

Mr. Flopnuts
04-24-2008, 02:15 AM
Nice to see the big ****ing oaf wear a collared shirt today. Jared's growing up.

'Hamas' Jenkins
04-24-2008, 02:42 AM
Two words, Jared: Tavaris Jackson.

You'll never win a playoff game there, either.

Fruit Ninja
04-24-2008, 02:50 AM
Two words, Jared: Tavaris Jackson.

You'll never win a playoff game there, either.
haha, OH well, he has 31 million

ChiefButthurt
04-24-2008, 06:34 AM
Not his fault, blame the ****ing team. Gee wiz, we did get a draft pick for him and we all know how well this team drafts. Peterson is planning to work in his garden this weekend.

kcchiefsus
04-24-2008, 06:43 AM
Brad Childress looks like a serial killer.

Baby Lee
04-24-2008, 06:56 AM
Brad Childress looks like a serial killer.

Major Dad is no effing molester, son.

Easy 6
04-24-2008, 11:52 AM
Major Dad is no effing molester, son.

Pictured above : Gerald McRainey with his longtime, overgrown & hirsute wife...Delta Burke.

jettio
04-24-2008, 12:26 PM
Two words, Jared: Tavaris Jackson.

You'll never win a playoff game there, either.

Jackson definitely outplayed Croyle last year when both were second year players.

Jackson gets more criticism than he deserves for where he was drafted, how long he has played, and who the the other QBs on his team are.

He may or may not become a good NFL QB, but since he is the most criticized QB in the league, he is also the current most overly-criticized QB in the league right now.

Minnesota was 8-4 with Jackson in the lineup and 0-4 without him.

Gonzo
04-24-2008, 12:27 PM
He may be rich, but I can have a Scotch tonight.

AZORChiefFan
04-24-2008, 12:31 PM
didn't know Michael Jeter was associated with the Vikes.

Reerun_KC
04-24-2008, 12:37 PM
He may be rich, but I can have a Scotch tonight.
So can JA, he just cant drive....

and neither should you... Driving while drinking or drunk is retarded and yet every sunday at Arrowhead, during the seaosn, people leave the parking lot after drinking all day. Go home and bash JA on ChiefsPlanet...

:clap:

Frazod
04-24-2008, 01:45 PM
Well goly gee! Another bitter hick fan with sand up his **** because there best young player was tired of the chefs bullshit. :eek:

Your pain is my pleasure. ;)

As with all trolls, the emptiness of your pathetic existence is my pleasure.

And I really didn't think anyone retarded enough to misspell "golly" would be bright enough to use a computer. You're truly amazing.

Count Alex's Wins
04-24-2008, 01:49 PM
As with all trolls, the emptiness of your pathetic existence is my pleasure.

And I really didn't think anyone retarded enough to misspell "golly" would be bright enough to use a computer. You're truly amazing.

And he wants to be a cop. Can you believe that shit?

Frazod
04-24-2008, 02:21 PM
And he wants to be a cop. Can you believe that shit?

A dickless coward who'd hide his insecurity behind a gun and government backup and delight in f#cking with people? Yeah, I absolutely believe it. I'm sure Officer Spectre would get off writing tickets for 57 in a 55.

thurman merman
04-24-2008, 04:31 PM
are those the worst uniforms ever?

Ultra Peanut
04-24-2008, 04:41 PM
Well goly gee! Another bitter hick fan with sand up his **** because there best young player was tired of the chefs bullshit. :eek:

Your pain is my pleasure. ;)I think hicks are more likely to identify with "'there' best young player" than be tired of his bullshit.