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Old 01-23-2006, 03:37 PM  
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BOOMER GRIGSBY - Rookie Diary - PART II

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PART II

COACH EDWARDS

Iím sure all of you know by now that the Chiefs have hired Herm Edwards to replace Coach Vermeil. Iím extremely excited about Coach Edwards. Anyone that has such a great relationship with Coach Vermeil probably has similar personality characteristics. Iíd like to think that as much as I like Coach Vermeil and as well as they get along, then Iíll like Coach Edwards, too. I havenít had a chance to meet him personally yet, but hopefully I will soon.

I watched his first press conference online and was more than impressed. I thought he carried himself in such a great way. Iíve heard nothing but outstanding things about how his players love to play for him and Iíve even heard stories that some of his players have said they want to go play wherever he coaches. Thatís saying a lot when youíre a player and one of your chief concerns is to follow a coach. He obviously earns an unparalleled amount of respect from his player and at the same time I think he knows how to get the job done.

I donít claim to be an expert, but I believe we got the best possible coach we could have. What happens is yet to be determined, but Iím excited about it. Iím so crazy about the fact that heís a defensive coach and that Gunther Cunningham is coming back. I get the best of both worlds: a great players coach and I keep the coordinator that was there to draft me. Iím looking forward to how it will all meld together.

SOME START TO THE OFF-SEASON

Hereís a fun little story from the life of Boomer files. So the season ended and once we realized we didnít make the playoffs everything slows down dramatically right away. That was a little tough for me to deal with. Iím a bit of a, how should I put this, a hyperactive person. I kind of need to be doing something all the time and need that structure that the season provides. Not that Iíll go to pieces without it, but it makes my day go smoother when I have some sort of schedule.

You get to the point where you go to sleep at night and have nothing to do the next day. Youíre really not even supposed to work out because you need to let your body recover. I was already a little banged up from when I hurt my abdomen in about the eighth week of the season.

boomtexI donít think I really ever hit the ďrookie wallĒ this season, except I think I did hit the rookie abdomen wall. Despite having played almost two college seasons this year and absorbing what amounts to about 30 car crashes per week on the field, I felt pretty good other than the abdominal injury. But thatís one thing about football, no matter what level youíre at, you have to be able to play hurt. Youíre going to get hurt and like coaches say, ďThere is a difference between being hurt and being injured.Ē You can play through pain, but if youíre injured you need to come out.

So about a week after the season ended I flew out to Philadelphia to see Dr. William Meyers, the same doctor that operated on Eagles QB Donovan McNabb. I kind of figured that heíd tell me I had a muscle strain and should just rest it for a few weeks. So I already had a flight booked for San Diego two days later to visit some buddies. I have a couple college friends who live out there and John Welbourn is out there, too. I was looking forward to having a nice relaxing time in the warm weather. I was thinking in the words of the legendary Ron Burgundy, ďSan Diego. Drink it inÖ it always go down smooth.Ē

But instead of letting San Diego be my rehab, Dr. Meyers felt that I was a strong candidate for surgery. He told me I had an Athletic Pubalgia injury. The press likes to refer to it as a ďsports hernia,Ē but thatís not exactly what it is. I didnít have a hernia, more like a weakening of the muscles on your pubic bone, which is kind of right above that spot that people are really uncomfortable talking about. Right above THAT area.

It had been sore throughout the year, but they said itís worse than just a strain. When they went in, they found a few tears and performed laparoscopic surgery. So I donít have a big scar or anything, just a few holes. It kind of made me feel good though because they told me the next day that they found some tears and that meant I played eight games with torn muscles. So I felt kind of tough for a second. Then that was overcome by the feeling of intense pain when I tried to move.

Dr. Meyers is one of the best doctors in the world at this type of procedure and thatís one of the perks I realized of being a pro athlete. Growing up in Canton, Illinois when you got hurt you just went to the local doctor. Iím sure they are great and do a more than adequate job, but at this level when your body is your lifeline you get the privilege of flying wherever you need to go to see the best. You canít beat that.

So I made it through. I should return to full flight at a quick pace. Whether they told me it was a muscle strain or cancer, it wasnít going to keep me from playing. Football is what keeps my heart beating. People can say that football is just a game, but itís also a way of life if you doing it for a living; if itís what you drink, eat and breath. No matter the scope of the injury there is no way they were going to get me off the field. Iím still so caught up in the moment and enjoying the rollercoaster ride.

So I had the surgery on Wednesday and stayed over night in the hospital that night. I tried to talk the nurses into giving me some purple scrubs to wear home on the plane. It didnít really work. I even tried to pay them off and that still didnít work.

I also realized how hospital food in Philadelphia is still miserable. So anyone who has to eat that for extended lengths of time, I feel for you.

FUN TRAVELING STORY

I flew home the next day on Thursday and I got wheeled through the airport on a wheelchair. One benefit of the surgery was I got to pre-board my flight with the elderly and children. Good times. But times were not as good when I got off the plane in Kansas City.

boomerjerseyI slowly limped to my car at the KCI airport and found that my car battery was dead. You can imagine the delight on my face when I just got released from surgery, flew home by myself and was carrying a bag that was full of clothes for a trip to San Diego. Iím trudging through the airport at turtle speed only to find that my car has no juice. I slammed the car door, threw my bag down and grumbled a few choice words to myself Ė ones I learned from Gunther by the way Ė and tried to find a nearby emergency phone. I was starting to hurt at this point and I was feeling pretty helpless.

Then I met this super nice guy named Waylon, who worked at the airport somewhere. He let me sit in his car while he jumped my car for me. Thatís why youíve got to love the Midwest, nice people. The guy basically rescued me and he has no idea. He had no idea who I was or anything, he just wanted to help. I owe you Waylon.

I made it all the way home and have been lying around mostly, completely restless. I watched the entire first season of ďRescue Me.Ē Thatís the Dennis Leary fireman show. I love it and would recommend it to everyone. Itís been tough doing nothing because my whole life when Iíve had nothing to do I lift weights and work out. Thatís how I think I got my edge. My mom had keys to the YMCA and Iíd be in there lifting on vacation days like Thanksgiving and Christmas. Iíd always picture that saying, ďSomewhere, someone is practicing and when you meet them one-on-one will you beat them.Ē That was my motivation.

So now that Iím laid up and the season is over, all I want to do is get into the gym for a few hours, and thatís the one thing I canít do. So Iíve resorted to taking long walks around the neighborhood.

BACK TO SCHOOL

This spring Iíve decided to go back to school and finish my degree. I need six credits to get my Marketing degree with a minor in Economics. Illinois State has been extremely helpful in allowing me to finish my degree at another school in my area, so Iím taking them up on it. Iíve decided to enroll at the University of Kansas. Forgive me Missouri fans, it was a matter of proximity. Columbia was two hours away, Lawrence is like 30 minutes from my house.

So Iím going back to school to get my education and take up some of my down time. My goal is to become the next Van Wilder. And oh yeah, learn something. Even though Iím an Illinois State Redbird at heart, forever and for always, there will now be a few times where Iím an honorary Jayhawks basketball fan. I went to my first KU hoops game at Allen Fieldhouse and got to watch them demolish Kentucky. I loved to atmosphere and I think itís the closest basketball resemblance to Arrowhead in terms of noise, traditions and environment. So donít be surprised to see me with my chest painted in Blue and Red some day.

Well, since that Iíve rambled on for several pages now Iíll try to wrap this up. I would really like to thank everybody who has been reading this online diary. Itís been my pleasure to help bring you all inside my life a little and give you a glimpse of life with the Chiefs. I have people coming up to me all the time saying that theyíve read the diary and like hearing about this and that. I appreciate hearing that and Iím glad I can find other ways to entertain than by just playing football. Iím living the dream and I know it. If there is anyway I can bring you all along Iím going to do it.

Iíd also like to thank Patrick Herb of the Chiefs P.R. staff. Without his help this diary wouldnít have happened.

Now that Iím not a rookie anymore we can officially retire the Boomerís ďRookieĒ Diary title. You can now log on to kcchiefs.com for updates on simply ďBoomerís Diary.Ē Iíll try to check in a couple times during the off-season to update you all on the happenings with me and the team. Until that timeÖ

Peace,

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Old 01-23-2006, 03:52 PM   #2
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Old 01-23-2006, 06:20 PM   #6
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Have a nice off season, Boomer.
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yeah, i was thinking the exact same thing... we should be worried...
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As a Mizzou fan, I'm worried about this Jayhawk fixation, but nobody's perfect.
Reason he picks KU, we all know MU is nowhere near perfect.


KU, wow, I like this guy more now than ever before.
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COACH EDWARDS
Iím sure all of you know by now that the Chiefs have hired Herm Edwards to replace Coach Vermeil. Iím extremely excited about Coach Edwards. Anyone that has such a great relationship with Coach Vermeil probably has similar personality characteristics. Iíd like to think that as much as I like Coach Vermeil and as well as they get along, then Iíll like Coach Edwards, too. I havenít had a chance to meet him personally yet, but hopefully I will soon.

I watched his first press conference online and was more than impressed. I thought he carried himself in such a great way. Iíve heard nothing but outstanding things about how his players love to play for him and Iíve even heard stories that some of his players have said they want to go play wherever he coaches. Thatís saying a lot when youíre a player and one of your chief concerns is to follow a coach. He obviously earns an unparalleled amount of respect from his player and at the same time I think he knows how to get the job done.

I donít claim to be an expert, but I believe we got the best possible coach we could have. What happens is yet to be determined, but Iím excited about it. Iím so crazy about the fact that heís a defensive coach and that Gunther Cunningham is coming back. I get the best of both worlds: a great players coach and I keep the coordinator that was there to draft me. Iím looking forward to how it will all meld together.

SOME START TO THE OFF-SEASON
Hereís a fun little story from the life of Boomer files. So the season ended and once we realized we didnít make the playoffs everything slows down dramatically right away. That was a little tough for me to deal with. Iím a bit of a, how should I put this, a hyperactive person. I kind of need to be doing something all the time and need that structure that the season provides. Not that Iíll go to pieces without it, but it makes my day go smoother when I have some sort of schedule.

You get to the point where you go to sleep at night and have nothing to do the next day. Youíre really not even supposed to work out because you need to let your body recover. I was already a little banged up from when I hurt my abdomen in about the eighth week of the season.

boomtexI donít think I really ever hit the ďrookie wallĒ this season, except I think I did hit the rookie abdomen wall. Despite having played almost two college seasons this year and absorbing what amounts to about 30 car crashes per week on the field, I felt pretty good other than the abdominal injury. But thatís one thing about football, no matter what level youíre at, you have to be able to play hurt. Youíre going to get hurt and like coaches say, ďThere is a difference between being hurt and being injured.Ē You can play through pain, but if youíre injured you need to come out.

So about a week after the season ended I flew out to Philadelphia to see Dr. William Meyers, the same doctor that operated on Eagles QB Donovan McNabb. I kind of figured that heíd tell me I had a muscle strain and should just rest it for a few weeks. So I already had a flight booked for San Diego two days later to visit some buddies. I have a couple college friends who live out there and John Welbourn is out there, too. I was looking forward to having a nice relaxing time in the warm weather. I was thinking in the words of the legendary Ron Burgundy, ďSan Diego. Drink it inÖ it always go down smooth.Ē

But instead of letting San Diego be my rehab, Dr. Meyers felt that I was a strong candidate for surgery. He told me I had an Athletic Pubalgia injury. The press likes to refer to it as a ďsports hernia,Ē but thatís not exactly what it is. I didnít have a hernia, more like a weakening of the muscles on your pubic bone, which is kind of right above that spot that people are really uncomfortable talking about. Right above THAT area.

It had been sore throughout the year, but they said itís worse than just a strain. When they went in, they found a few tears and performed laparoscopic surgery. So I donít have a big scar or anything, just a few holes. It kind of made me feel good though because they told me the next day that they found some tears and that meant I played eight games with torn muscles. So I felt kind of tough for a second. Then that was overcome by the feeling of intense pain when I tried to move.

Dr. Meyers is one of the best doctors in the world at this type of procedure and thatís one of the perks I realized of being a pro athlete. Growing up in Canton, Illinois when you got hurt you just went to the local doctor. Iím sure they are great and do a more than adequate job, but at this level when your body is your lifeline you get the privilege of flying wherever you need to go to see the best. You canít beat that.

So I made it through. I should return to full flight at a quick pace. Whether they told me it was a muscle strain or cancer, it wasnít going to keep me from playing. Football is what keeps my heart beating. People can say that football is just a game, but itís also a way of life if you doing it for a living; if itís what you drink, eat and breath. No matter the scope of the injury there is no way they were going to get me off the field. Iím still so caught up in the moment and enjoying the rollercoaster ride.

So I had the surgery on Wednesday and stayed over night in the hospital that night. I tried to talk the nurses into giving me some purple scrubs to wear home on the plane. It didnít really work. I even tried to pay them off and that still didnít work.

I also realized how hospital food in Philadelphia is still miserable. So anyone who has to eat that for extended lengths of time, I feel for you.

FUN TRAVELING STORY
I flew home the next day on Thursday and I got wheeled through the airport on a wheelchair. One benefit of the surgery was I got to pre-board my flight with the elderly and children. Good times. But times were not as good when I got off the plane in Kansas City.

boomerjerseyI slowly limped to my car at the KCI airport and found that my car battery was dead. You can imagine the delight on my face when I just got released from surgery, flew home by myself and was carrying a bag that was full of clothes for a trip to San Diego. Iím trudging through the airport at turtle speed only to find that my car has no juice. I slammed the car door, threw my bag down and grumbled a few choice words to myself Ė ones I learned from Gunther by the way Ė and tried to find a nearby emergency phone. I was starting to hurt at this point and I was feeling pretty helpless.

Then I met this super nice guy named Waylon, who worked at the airport somewhere. He let me sit in his car while he jumped my car for me. Thatís why youíve got to love the Midwest, nice people. The guy basically rescued me and he has no idea. He had no idea who I was or anything, he just wanted to help. I owe you Waylon.

I made it all the way home and have been lying around mostly, completely restless. I watched the entire first season of ďRescue Me.Ē Thatís the Dennis Leary fireman show. I love it and would recommend it to everyone. Itís been tough doing nothing because my whole life when Iíve had nothing to do I lift weights and work out. Thatís how I think I got my edge. My mom had keys to the YMCA and Iíd be in there lifting on vacation days like Thanksgiving and Christmas. Iíd always picture that saying, ďSomewhere, someone is practicing and when you meet them one-on-one will you beat them.Ē That was my motivation.

So now that Iím laid up and the season is over, all I want to do is get into the gym for a few hours, and thatís the one thing I canít do. So Iíve resorted to taking long walks around the neighborhood.

BACK TO SCHOOL
This spring Iíve decided to go back to school and finish my degree. I need six credits to get my Marketing degree with a minor in Economics. Illinois State has been extremely helpful in allowing me to finish my degree at another school in my area, so Iím taking them up on it. Iíve decided to enroll at the University of Kansas. Forgive me Missouri fans, it was a matter of proximity. Columbia was two hours away, Lawrence is like 30 minutes from my house.

So Iím going back to school to get my education and take up some of my down time. My goal is to become the next Van Wilder. And oh yeah, learn something. Even though Iím an Illinois State Redbird at heart, forever and for always, there will now be a few times where Iím an honorary Jayhawks basketball fan. I went to my first KU hoops game at Allen Fieldhouse and got to watch them demolish Kentucky. I loved to atmosphere and I think itís the closest basketball resemblance to Arrowhead in terms of noise, traditions and environment. So donít be surprised to see me with my chest painted in Blue and Red some day.

Well, since that Iíve rambled on for several pages now Iíll try to wrap this up. I would really like to thank everybody who has been reading this online diary. Itís been my pleasure to help bring you all inside my life a little and give you a glimpse of life with the Chiefs. I have people coming up to me all the time saying that theyíve read the diary and like hearing about this and that. I appreciate hearing that and Iím glad I can find other ways to entertain than by just playing football. Iím living the dream and I know it. If there is anyway I can bring you all along Iím going to do it.

Iíd also like to thank Patrick Herb of the Chiefs P.R. staff. Without his help this diary wouldnít have happened.

Now that Iím not a rookie anymore we can officially retire the Boomerís ďRookieĒ Diary title. You can now log on to kcchiefs.com for updates on simply ďBoomerís Diary.Ē Iíll try to check in a couple times during the off-season to update you all on the happenings with me and the team. Until that timeÖ

Peace,

Boomer
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Old 01-23-2006, 07:25 PM   #11
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Boomer rules. Just think if he could become a starter or played a lot more on D. His press conferences after games would be sweet and the media would want to interview him all the time.

My brother and I met him the day before the Jets game. He was flipping cool. He had some massive arms and his hair was crazy.
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Old 01-23-2006, 11:27 PM   #14
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