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Old 08-14-2006, 07:25 AM  
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After the 1st preseason game, does "your" 53 man roster change?

2006 KC Chiefs 53 man roster...... as seen by me.

Offense: 25

QB: 3
Trent Green
Damon Huard
Brodie Croyle
(Printers sucked in that game.)

WR: 5
Eddie Kennison
Sammie Parker
Dante Hall (I'd rather see Dante as the 5th WR)
Chris Hannon
Jeff Webb
(Craphonso Thorpe is falling fast. Nate Curry might figure into the mix, but the WR position is too much up in the air right now. I wouldn't be surprised if the Chiefs bring in a FA veteran WR soon.)

TE: 3
Tony Gonzalez
Kris Wilson
Jason Dunn

RB: 4
Larry Johnson
Michael Bennett
Mckenzie Smith
Ronnie Cruz

OL: 10
Kyle Turley
Brian Waters
Casey Weigman
Will Shields
Kevin Sampson
Will Svitek
Chris Bober
Jordan Black
Jeremey Parquet
Tre Stallings
(Obviously, things would really change if Roaf and/or Wellbourne were to return. If Roaf and/or Wellbourne return, Parquet and/or Stallings will be cut or put on the PS.)

Defense: 25

DL: 9
Jarred Allen
James Reed
Ron Edwards
Tamba Hali
Carols Hall
Lionel Daulton
Ryan Sims
Jimmy Wilkerson
Eric Hicks
(That's right. You don't see Siavii or Browning on this list. Shane Burton might figure into the mix, but I haven't seen enough from him yet.)

LB: 7
Kendrell Bell
Kawika Mitchell
Derrick Johnson
Key Fox
Kris Griffin
Boomer Grigsby
Rich Scanlon

CB/S: 9
Pat Surtain
Ty Law
Lenny Walls
Benny Sapp
Alphonso Hodge
Gregg Wesley
Sammy Knight
Bernard Pollard
Jarrad Page
(This would mean William Bartee would be gone. I wouldn't lose any sleep over that.)

ST: 3
Dustin Colquitt - P
Lawrence Tynes - K
Kendell Gammon - LS

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PS: 7
Nick Reid - LB
Stephen Williams - DT
Peter Heyer - G
Marcus Maxey - CB
Jeris McIntyre - WR
Arrion Dixon - DT
Nate Curry - WR
Justin Perkins - CB
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Old 08-14-2006, 07:32 AM   #2
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Dee Brown over McKenzie/Jonathan Smith
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Old 08-14-2006, 07:54 AM   #3
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My list would look an awful lot like yours...
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:09 AM   #4
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WTF is Chris Hannon?
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:11 AM   #5
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that guy who caught that long pass from printers
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:11 AM   #6
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Bingo. That's my biggest problem with the list - Dee Brown seems a lock to be a backup
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:14 AM   #7
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that guy who caught that long pass from printers
I've been keeping up with the training camp reports all summer. All of those combined tell me more than one preseason game does.

Unless we see more of this Hannon guy, I don't think he even has a shot at the squad. The way I see it, it's pretty much between Thorpe, McIntyre, Curry, and Webb, those last one or two spots.
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:18 AM   #8
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I think Thorpe will end up on IR. Same maybe for Lenny Walls.

replace smith with brown at RB.

replace hannon & webb with curry & McIntire.
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:19 AM   #9
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Dalton looked like a turd...I could see him losing his spot to Burton, if he can play DT better than DE..I realize he was filling a need saturday, but I hope he looks better in the middle.

Dee Brown looks to be the 3rd back to me.

tre Stallings looked terrible. He's practice squad.

I wasn't very impressed with Griffin and think someone else might get that spot. My wildcard for that spot, based on saturday is Kershaw.

I think Hodge has to show something in the next week or so....I think at this point, Chris Johnson might be a better option for the last spot. He's got some game experience and can return kicks in a pickle.

Other than that, I don't think that is too far off.
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:25 AM   #10
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I can see why people might not understand the inclusion of Hannon. But anybody that thinks Curry or McIntyre is going to beat out Webb is probably mistaken. They're saying good things about Webb, he's the only one standing out right now after the Kennison, Parker, and Dante...
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:33 AM   #11
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I can see why people might not understand the inclusion of Hannon. But anybody that thinks Curry or McIntyre is going to beat out Webb is probably mistaken. They're saying good things about Webb, he's the only one standing out right now after the Kennison, Parker, and Dante...
Actually, in an interview on 810 Friday, the guy who does the play-by-play on the Chiefs Television Network (I'm drawing a total ****ing blank right now) mentioned Hannon as someone to watch. It was the first time I'd heard his name, and lo and behold he makes the only really standout catch of the game...

He seemed to think Hannon and Webb both might have an inside track because of their size.
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:38 AM   #12
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Dixon, drop Hicks, expect Wilkerson to play DE and keep Dixon. He had a good showing in NFLE and take a look at his play toward the end of the game.
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:45 AM   #13
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Actually, in an interview on 810 Friday, the guy who does the play-by-play on the Chiefs Television Network (I'm drawing a total ****ing blank right now) mentioned Hannon as someone to watch. It was the first time I'd heard his name, and lo and behold he makes the only really standout catch of the game...

He seemed to think Hannon and Webb both might have an inside track because of their size.
It was really hard to get a good read because the offensive line and Printers were so bad, but both Hannon and Webb did just enough to make you remember them over the other guys that trotted out there.
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:52 AM   #14
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It was really hard to get a good read because the offensive line and Printers were so bad, but both Hannon and Webb did just enough to make you remember them over the other guys that trotted out there.
Webb made a couple of mistakes, but he also put himself in a position to make plays, something no one else (other than Hannon) did.

I think the size thing is a key, in order to try and find a more "traditional" possession receiver in the offense (although what's Gonzalez (or Wilson if he ever shows up), really...)

In the end, the question will probably come down to what we get on special teams, and we may still see both of them on the practice squad and someone like McIntyre on the roster because of his "familiarity" with the offense. But I like the idea of having a couple of 6'2/3, 210+ pound receivers with decent football speed at our disposal. I think either could give us as much (and probably more) than the great white hope/hype Boerigter would (I liked Bo, it's not so much a slam, but he never really did anything...).
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Old 08-14-2006, 08:55 AM   #15
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Webb made a couple of mistakes, but he also put himself in a position to make plays, something no one else (other than Hannon) did.

I think the size thing is a key, in order to try and find a more "traditional" possession receiver in the offense (although what's Gonzalez (or Wilson if he ever shows up), really...)

In the end, the question will probably come down to what we get on special teams, and we may still see both of them on the practice squad and someone like McIntyre on the roster because of his "familiarity" with the offense. But I like the idea of having a couple of 6'2/3, 210+ pound receivers with decent football speed at our disposal. I think either could give us as much (and probably more) than the great white hope/hype Boerigter would (I liked Bo, it's not so much a slam, but he never really did anything...).
Pretty much how I see things...
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