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Old 02-08-2013, 07:32 PM  
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Breaston sees bigger opportunity with new Chiefs regime

Breaston sees bigger opportunity with new Chiefs regime

Steve Breaston will turn 30 this summer, and thatís the age at which the skills of many wide receivers decline. He is coming off his worst NFL season, one in which he spent plenty of time anchored on the bench.

But Breaston said Friday he is so energized by the change at head coach from Romeo Crennel to Andy Reid that he can see a bright future for himself with the Chiefs.

ďI do,Ē Breaston said Friday at Central High School, where through his Steve Breaston Foundation he presented a new iPad to each of the 10 winners of an essay-writing contest.

ďIíve never gotten down on myself. Itís a new opportunity so things can change for me. Itís all up to me and what I do on the field. I feel good about (Reid) being here. My big thing is to just show him my work. I feel like thereís a clean slate right now. Iím looking forward to (off-season practice).Ē

The Chiefs could certainly use a bounce-back season from Breaston, who had 1,000-plus yards for Arizona in 2008 and as recently as 2011 caught 61 passes with the Chiefs. Their best wide receiver, Dwayne Bowe, is a potential unrestricted free agent, though the Chiefs could re-sign him or otherwise retain him by designating him as their franchise player.

Otherwise, their receiving group is a collection of underachieving players, led by Jon Baldwin and Dexter McCluster. Other than Bowe, Breaston is the most accomplished of the bunch, though last season he practically disappeared.

Breaston played in just 10 games, started only four and caught seven passes, the lowest total of his career.

Reid saw the decline in Breastonís numbers last season. But Breaston left a lasting impression during a 2008 game between the Cardinals and Eagles, then coached by Reid. Breaston caught six passes and scored a touchdown that day.

ďIím familiar with Steve because we played against him a bunch of times,Ē Reid said. ďI know two years ago he had a good year numbers-wise and this year he was down a bit. Weíll see how things work out for him, but I know that as a slot receiver he was always dynamite against us. Thatís a unique skill to have. He had a nice knack for that, but I just didnít see that much from him last year, didnít see him in that spot.Ē

Breaston said he was also puzzled by his lack of participation last season as a slot receiver. The Chiefs mainly used Baldwin and Bowe as the starters and McCluster as the slot receiver, leaving little work for Breaston.

ďIt was kind of odd,Ē Breaston said. ďI played the slot position my first year here. I didnít get a down in the slot last year. I canít explain it. Nobody explained it to me.Ē

Breaston also had no explanation for his relative lack of playing time last season. When the Chiefs used extra receivers, they often turned to young players Jamar Newsome and Devon Wylie instead.

ďI still donít know what happened last year,Ē Breaston said. ďI canít put a finger on it. Nobody ever said anything to me. I know that one thing I did was work hard every day. My teammates saw me working hard every day. I did what I needed to do.

ďBut last year was last year. As difficult as last year was, thatís in the past. Now itís a fresh start and Iím looking forward to that. Iím going to take advantage of that. Iíve already talked with (new receivers coach David) Culley. I got a feel for what they expect. Itís a new opportunity for me.Ē

Breaston came up with the idea to purchase iPads for inner-city students last year. Initially, he planned to present one new iPad for every 100 of his 2012 receiving yards.

But he had just 74 yards.

ďThat didnít work out but I wanted to do this regardless,Ē he said. ďKids that work hard deserve to have certain tools to help them boost their creativity. This way, theyíre not limited in what they do.

ďHopefully it will make their classes and their lives easier.Ē
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Old 02-09-2013, 09:44 AM   #31
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Very doubtful, but maybe one day Fat Scott will sit down for a real media interview (i.e. not with the likes of Peter King), to discuss everything that went down during his time in KC... the Haley situation, the Arrowhead Anxiety report, the Breaston situation, etc.
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:06 AM   #32
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It would be great if we can keep Bowe, and figure out Baldwin, and actually play Breaston in the slot.

I think Baldwin is a key guy to watch. If we figure him out it could be a huge addition to the offense.
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:12 AM   #33
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:18 AM   #34
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One of our biggest additions this year will be Breaston catching passes again...
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:20 AM   #35
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It would be great if we can keep Bowe, and figure out Baldwin, and actually play Breaston in the slot.

I think Baldwin is a key guy to watch. If we figure him out it could be a huge addition to the offense.
Hopefully the OC and the WR coach can get him playing up to his potential. I haven't seen much from him that shows that he knows how to get any separation and his route running is lacking.
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:22 AM   #36
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Hopefully the OC and the WR coach can get him playing up to his potential. I haven't seen much from him that shows that he knows how to get any separation and his route running is lacking.
Baldwin is a lost cause.

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Old 02-09-2013, 10:29 AM   #37
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Old 02-09-2013, 10:33 AM   #38
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I like Breasts but Breaston's old and there's a bunch of WR talent in this draft. I don't think we should get to caught up with guys on our roster and not draft a young stud WR in the 2nd, 3rd or 4th round. We need speed.
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Chiefs have money to spend. How about Bowe and Maclin. Then Baldwin, Breaston and McCluster and a draft pick? Oh, yeah - and a QB to throw to them. Gotta like that!
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Old 02-09-2013, 11:27 AM   #42
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Baldwin - cant run routes, cant even separate from 5'9'' CBs half his size that jam him at the line. No team is even afraid to gameplan for this guy or give him any respect until he starts having big games

McCluster - he's so bad that he is a turnover liability every time he touches the ball. one of the highest touch per turnover ratios in the league and there is no way you can blame that on the bad QB. the ball is already in his hands and he's just too delicate. Was suppose to be similar to Darren Sproles and he's not even close to that type of player. They should have just signed Sproles that night of FA when they tried to meet with him at midnight rather than going this route


that's the problem with these two. I dont know if good or new coaching fixes that. But this FO will evaluate it and if you see them draft or sign any "decent" WR then you know the gig is up on at least one of them as a lost cause, cause they will get buried on the depth chart.


I can see Breaston/Bowe easily playing a veteran WR on this team similar to Donald Driver or Greg Jennings. We clearly need a speedy James Jones/Jordy Nelson/Randall Cobb type. And we have NOTHING close to any of their skillsets with these current WRs.
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I can see Breaston/Bowe easily playing a veteran WR on this team similar to Donald Driver or Greg Jennings. We clearly need a speedy James Jones/Jordy Nelson/Randall Cobb type. And we have NOTHING close to any of their skillsets with these current WRs.
He's a clear and solid no 2.

Period.

He had a year of his life wasted by an Al Davis type....
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He's a clear and solid no 2.

Period.

He had a year of his life wasted by an Al Davis type....
hes actually a solid #3.
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hes actually a solid #3.
He wasn't a slot guy until he played it under Haley.

Before that he was a no 2....
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