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Old 02-26-2012, 04:27 PM  
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THE LATEST CHIEFS NEWS FROM KFFL.....!!!!!!!


Thu, 23 May 2013 05:48:49 -0700
The Kansas City Chiefs worked out free-agent S Corey Lynch (Chargers) Wednesday, May 22.



Wed, 22 May 2013 11:11:10 -0700
The Kansas City Chiefs signed free-agent SS Quintin Demps (Texans) to an undisclosed deal Wednesday, May 22, and released FS Justin Glenn and CB James Rogers in corresponding moves.



Wed, 22 May 2013 05:49:43 -0700
The Kansas City Chiefs signed undrafted free-agent FS Malcolm Bronson (McNeese State) to an undisclosed deal.



Mon, 20 May 2013 11:26:31 -0700
Retired OG Ryan Lilja (knee, toe) will not consider a comeback until he recovers from knee and toe surgeries he underwent this offseason. General manager John Dorsey and head coach Andy Reid have asked Lilja to reconsider his retirement decision.



Mon, 20 May 2013 11:19:42 -0700
The Kansas City Chiefs have practiced some plays from the pistol formation during organized team activities. QB Alex Smith likely would have to use his legs and arm in the formation since it includes the option in the plays.

Fri, 17 May 2013 16:36:38 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs LBs Akeem Jordan and Nico Johnson are expected to compete for one of the starting inside linebacker jobs during training camp.

Fri, 17 May 2013 12:59:16 -0700
The Kansas City Chiefs have signed undrafted free-agent FB Toben Opurum (Kansas). Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

Thu, 16 May 2013 16:43:20 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs WR Donnie Avery (ankle) injured his ankle during organized team activities Tuesday, May 14, and has been limited the last few days.

Thu, 16 May 2013 16:37:02 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs WR Jonathan Baldwin appears to be the favorite for the No. 2 wide receiver job at this point but has not emerged as the dominant offseason player like he was last offseason. WRs Donnie Avery, Dexter McCluster and Terrance Copper are also expected to be candidates for the job.

Wed, 15 May 2013 17:35:51 -0700
The Kansas City Chiefs agreed to terms with FB Braden Wilson Wednesday, May 15. Terms of the deal were undisclosed. The team now has four of its eight draft picks signed.

Wed, 15 May 2013 17:35:16 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs OT Branden Albert arrived at organized team activities (OTAs) Tuesday, May 14, and he took his spot at starting left tackle as he had promised. "I never was sad, never disgruntled, just a little confused," Albert said. "Everything is clear now. It's in the past."

Wed, 15 May 2013 13:13:05 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs WR Dwayne Bowe said he expects to lead the NFL in receptions and receiving touchdowns in 2013, and that RB Jamaal Charles will lead the league in rushing this season.
Fantasy Tip: Bowe should receive more targets under head coach Andy Reid but likely will not be a top fantasy wide receiver. He should be viewed as a solid No. 2 wide receiver option. Charles has shown he can be a top fantasy running back and should be an every-week starter in 2013.

Wed, 15 May 2013 12:26:10 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said consultant Chris Ault will help the team defend the pistol offense and could also help the team add the offense to their scheme. "He's been here once, and visited with the defense," Reid said, "and he visited with [offensive assistant Brad Childress], and they went over stuff. He's not moving here I'll give him projects to do and work together with Brad."

Tue, 14 May 2013 21:29:08 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs CB Dunta Robinson lined up with the starting defense at right cornerback in the first day of organized team activities (OTAs) Tuesday, May 14.

Tue, 14 May 2013 21:26:43 -0700
Kansas City Chiefs TE Tony Moeaki (knee) was on the field for the first day of organized team activities (OTAs) Tuesday, May 14, but he did not practice as he recovers from a procedure on his knee.


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Old 02-10-2013, 04:41 PM   #421
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I would be all in on Foles as competition/backup to our first overall QB.

But any scenario that doesn't include a 1st round QB this year is not in any way satisfactory.

Since I was not/am not on board the Reid train (didn't like that he was the hire), that would be strike one.
What's wrong with Reid, and who did you want?
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:48 PM   #422
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What's wrong with Reid, and who did you want?
I've never liked his overall philosophy.

Even in today's NFL, I think he undervalues the running game and LB play.

I thought his best years were the ones in which Jim Johnson hid their LB deficiencies with exceptional blitz schemes, and Westbrook made the most of his limited opportunities as a runner.
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:51 PM   #423
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Acquiring Foles, in addition to our own (legit) draft pick, would be a great move. We have to throw viable numbers at the position, given our dearth of current talent.
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:51 PM   #424
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And the second part of that question is difficult to answer.

If you throw out the guidelines that Hunt set for himself in searching to replace the Pioli regime, I would like to have seen a Marc Ross GM combined with a guy like Ray Horton or my darkhorse favorite Marc Trestman.
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:54 PM   #425
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The guy I really wanted, though, was David Shaw.

But that went out the window as soon as he signed an extension with Stanford.
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:57 PM   #426
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I've never liked his overall philosophy.

Even in today's NFL, I think he undervalues the running game and LB play.
Wesbrook had a 3 season stretch of 233 carries, 278 carries, and 240 carries before he broke down.

The past 3 seasons McCoy had 204 carries, 273 carries and 200 carries in an injury shortened season.

In that same time both RBs averaged about 60 catches per game.

If Reid uses that same Philosophy on Charles, I don't know how anyone could be mad.
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Old 02-10-2013, 05:00 PM   #427
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I've never liked his overall philosophy.

Even in today's NFL, I think he undervalues the running game and LB play.

I thought his best years were the ones in which Jim Johnson hid their LB deficiencies with exceptional blitz schemes, and Westbrook made the most of his limited opportunities as a runner.
I think he ignores the D altogether which is why I was hoping for a stronger DC choice, but I couldn't be more ready for an offensive minded coach who specializes in the QB.
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Old 02-10-2013, 05:11 PM   #428
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Wesbrook had a 3 season stretch of 233 carries, 278 carries, and 240 carries before he broke down.

The past 3 seasons McCoy had 204 carries, 273 carries and 200 carries in an injury shortened season.

In that same time both RBs averaged about 60 catches per game.

If Reid uses that same Philosophy on Charles, I don't know how anyone could be mad.
Let me go at this from another angle.

In the last 10 years, a quick search (so I might have missed something) shows that the Eagles have more than 430 rushing attempts as a team in a season only once.

The Patriots, in that same time span, with the best QB in the game, have attempted fewer than 430 only once.
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Let me go at this from another angle.

In the last 10 years, a quick search (so I might have missed something) shows that the Eagles have more than 430 rushing attempts as a team in a season only once.

The Patriots, in that same time span, with the best QB in the game, have attempted fewer than 430 only once.
Margin of victory could have played a part in scewing those stats. I didn't look it up so I could be completely wrong, but I would think that NE had quite a few more blowout wins than Philly during this time span. When you are playing with a substantial lead, you tend to run the ball more. Now I agree that Reid prefers to throw the ball and I admittedly didn't look it up, but stats almost always don't tell the entire story.
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Margin of victory could have played a part in scewing those stats. I didn't look it up so I could be completely wrong, but I would think that NE had quite a few more blowout wins than Philly during this time span. When you are playing with a substantial lead, you tend to run the ball more. Now I agree that Reid prefers to throw the ball and I admittedly didn't look it up, but stats almost always don't tell the entire story.
I understand that stats can be misleading to an extent.

But this is in line with my belief from watching games that Reid undervalues the running game.
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I like all of this brand new information with the word "could" in it.

Well, no ****ing shit.

The Chiefs COULD be interested in Joe Flacco if he doesn't re-sign with Baltimore.
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And the second part of that question is difficult to answer.

If you throw out the guidelines that Hunt set for himself in searching to replace the ***** regime, I would like to have seen a Marc Ross GM combined with a guy like Ray Horton or my darkhorse favorite Marc Trestman.
I don't quite get your fascination with Trestman.

He was in Canada for 7 years.

Honestly, I know little about him, otherwise.
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I would be all in on Foles as competition/backup to our first overall QB.

But any scenario that doesn't include a 1st round QB this year is not in any way satisfactory.

Since I was not/am not on board the Reid train (didn't like that he was the hire), that would be strike one.
Serious question. What would it take to make you happy with a HC, GM or the Chiefs in general? Because I have never seen you happy with the team.
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Serious question. What would it take to make you happy with a HC, GM or the Chiefs in general? Because I have never seen you happy with the team.
Competing for and winning SBs.
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Competing for and winning SBs.
Reid competed for SBs for years, only lost one by 3 points, and you don't like him.
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