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Chiefs' Johnson a possibility against Saints

It's sounding more and more like Chiefs running back Larry Johnson will be in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the Saints. According to the Kansas City Star, Johnson reported to Arrowhead Stadium this week and started watching tapes and doing some conditioning work. Johnson was deactivated for the past three games after violating team rules.

Kansas City could use LJ's help because the backfield has been devastated by injuries. Kolby Smith is out for the season, and Jamaal Charles is bothered by an ankle injury that limited him against the Chargers. That leaves Kansas City with unproven options in Dantrell Savage and Jackie Battle, which isn't much for KC Wolf to cheer about.

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11 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Woman sues Chiefs RB Larry Johnson over bar spat

A woman filed a lawsuit against Chiefs running back Larry Johnson a month after saying he spit a drink in her face at a bar and threatened to kill her and her boyfriend.

The lawsuit by Ashley N. Stewart accuses the two-time Pro Bowler of negligence, assault and battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress.

The suit, filed Monday, seeks punitive damages, attorney fees and any other amount a jury deems to be fair. Johnson was charged last month with simple assault for the Oct. 10 incident at Kansas City's Club Blonde.

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10 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs sign S Celestin

Oliver Celestin 

The Kansas City Chiefs on Friday agreed to terms on a one-year contract with safety Oliver Celestin.

Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

The move reunites Celestin with Chiefs head coach Herm Edwards, who coached him with the New York Jets.

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07 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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KC Star: Wide receiver Bradley makes a sudden impact with Chiefs

T he trick play was nice and all, but Mark Bradley has walked that road. He wants to talk about catches and what that means for the present in Kansas City, and if he’s not being too forward his future here, too.

This is a wide receiver whose career path had turned rocky until last month, when the Chiefs signed Bradley after Chicago cut him a week earlier. Bradley expected the Bears to release him after an icy relationship formed between him and the staff before the regular season began.

Then again …

“That’s the past,” he said, changing the subject.

So is Bradley’s role in one of Kansas City’s most thrilling plays of the season. It was the second quarter of last Sunday’s overtime loss to Tampa Bay.

Bradley took a pitch from running back Jamaal Charles, bobbled and got control of the ball, and fired a missile to quarterback Tyler Thigpen in the end zone. Thigpen had lined up at wide receiver, Charles at quarterback. Bradley was the triggerman, and he nailed it.

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07 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs RB Johnson to return next week

Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson is expected to return to the lineup after he serves a one-game suspension for Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers.

A series of off-field issues led to the Chiefs' decision to deactivate the Pro Bowl running back for the past three games.

But on Wednesday, coach Herman Edwards said it is time for Johnson to return to the field.

"He's been out a month. It's time for him to come back and do what he needs to do to prepare himself to get ready to play football," Edwards said. "We'll see where that's at."

Johnson was charged with simple assault on October 27 for allegedly spitting his drink in a woman's face earlier this month.

The 28-year-old also had an assault charge filed against him last month stemming from an incident in which he allegedly pushed a woman at a Kansas City nightclub on February 24.

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06 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs add CBs Colclough and Macklin

The Kansas City Chiefs have agreed to two- year contracts with cornerbacks Ricardo Colclough and David Macklin.

Colclough has appeared in 36 games with Pittsburgh and Cleveland since he was selected by the Steelers with the 38th overall pick of the 2004 NFL Draft. He has 37 tackles, 2 1/2 sacks and an interception on defense, and has also averaged 21.7 yards on 49 kickoff returns.

The Tusculum College product played three games for the Steelers last year before being waived and claimed by Cleveland. He was inactive for nine games with the Browns, then signed as a free agent with Carolina in March but was released before the start of the season.

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05 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Does Kansas City's future include Thigpen at QB?

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Tyler Thigpen catches a 37-yard ...
It's way, way too early to suggest that Tyler Thigpen might, in fact, be the quarterback of the future for the Kansas City Chiefs.

But after helping his team become at least competitive in his last two losing starts something that couldn't be said in four of Kansas City's seven losses this year Thigpen may well be in the picture next year even if the Chiefs draft a quarterback with the high draft pick their 1-7 record might get them.

Take it from Tony Gonzalez.

The 12-year Chief and future Hall of Famer knows better than to proclaim an election winner after only a few precincts are counted. Yet even though Thig pen is 0-3 as a starter, Gonzalez said it might be time to think about the Coastal Carolina player as something more than the clipboard holder he was before the season-ending injuries to Brodie Croyle and Damon Huard.

"He's on his way. I'm not gonna jinx him and say he's arrived, but he can play effectively at this level," Gonzalez said after Thigpen staked the Chiefs to a 24-3 lead before falling 30-27 in overtime Sunday to Tampa Bay.

"He's surprising everybody. He keeps playing like that, who knows?" Gonzalez said. "If he's doing this well in just his third start, let's see how he does down the road when he's had even more experience and gets really comfortable. We'll see how far he takes it."

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04 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Flanagan: And now, a word from Daunte Culpepper...

Just in case anyone in Chiefs kingdom really cares about Daunte Culpepper anymore, here's what he emailed www.profootballtalk.com after agreeing to sign with the Detroit Lions:

“I have agreed to terms with the Detroit Lions and after taking a physical, I plan on signing a 2-year contract. As a result of doing some research on different places to play, the Detroit Lions seemed to be the best fit for me. I am encouraged by the commitment of ownership, the vision of management and the great potential of the talent that is on the team.

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03 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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