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RF365: Thigpen’s performance a pleasant surprise, but it won’t continue

In only his second career NFL start, second-year Kansas City Chiefs">Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Tyler Thigpen completed 25 of 36 passes for 280 yards and two touchdowns in a 28-24 loss to the Jets last weekend. Despite Thigpen’s solid performance, the Chiefs' loss was their third consecutive, not to mention their 15th in their past 16 contests.

Commentary: Thigpen turned in the most surprising quarterback performance of Week 8. Don’t expect it to happen again, though.

Thigpen operated primarily from the shotgun throughout the game, and used his mobility to compensate for the Chiefs’ below-average offensive line. In a sense, the Chiefs put Thigpen in a modified spread that was similar to his collegiate offense from Coastal Carolina.

However, when the game was on the line, offensive coordinator Chan Gailey reverted from the wide-open attack to a more conservative (more Herm Edwards-like) version. With about five minutes remaining, the Chiefs ran the ball three times for a total of 9 yards.
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31 Oct 2008 by Ryan Luis

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NFL suspends chiefs' Johnson

Published: Friday, October 31, 2008 Larry Johnson

The NFL have suspended troubled running back Larry Johnson for the Kansas City Chiefs' game against the San Diego Chargers on November 9 for violating the league's personal conduct policy.

The league issued the suspension on Friday, two days before the Chiefs host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

"We respect the decision of Commissioner (Roger) Goodell," team president Carl Peterson said.

"The NFL Player Conduct Policy sets forth a set of standards that all NFL players, coaches and staff members must abide by.

"Upon the completion of his suspension, we sincerely hope that Larry will be ready to return to the field for the Chiefs, determined to make a positive contribution to our team and, with the assistance of the people around him, turn his life around."

Johnson will also be inactive against the Buccaneers after being charged with simple assault on Monday for allegedly spitting his drink in a woman's face earlier this month.

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31 Oct 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Chiefs bring back young CB

The Chiefs have brought back cornerback Tyrone Brackenridge.

Brackenridge joined the Chiefs last year as an undrafted free agent from Washington State. He was released this summer.

He played in 13 games last season and made one start. He had 16 tackles, plus 10 tackles on special teams.


30 Oct 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson could miss a third straight game this weekend.

According to a report in the Kansas City Star, it is unlikely that Johnson will be on the field for Sunday's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

A number of off-field issues have kept Johnson sidelined for the last two games and while coach Herm Edwards would not commit to anything, it does sound like the star rusher is in the game plan this weekend.

When Edwards was asked whether the Chiefs would consider playing Johnson if the team's other backs were injured, the coach said: "We still have (Jackie) Battle," a running back on Kansas City's practice squad.

A statement from team president Carl Peterson posted in an article on the St Petersburg Times' web site painted an equally bleak picture for Johnson's chances of playing.

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30 Oct 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Shefter: Will Chiefs’ Johnson play again this season?

When the Chiefs returned to work Wednesday, running back Larry Johnson practiced with Kansas City’s scout team. It was the latest signal that Kansas City has no plans of putting him back on the football field anytime soon.

Earlier in the week, Chiefs president Carl Peterson released a statement that revealed that Kansas City has no plans to play Johnson Sunday or probably anytime soon.

“The case with Larry Johnson has been and continues to be in the hands of the NFL office in New York. We will defer further comment on the matter until that process has run its due course and the league has concluded its own independent investigation.

“As we have previously indicated, it is in the best interest of both Larry and the Chiefs that Larry focuses his attention on addressing his personal issues. At present, we do not believe Larry can contribute to our team on the field until those issues are resolved.”

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29 Oct 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs turn over special teams

Misfortune continues to dog the struggling Kansas City Chiefs, who now are having to scramble to find replacements for almost their entire kicking unit.

The Chiefs (1-6) signed free agent long snapper Thomas Gafford on Wednesday and placed Jean-Philippe Darche on injured reserve. Darche, the long snapper since 2007, injured his knee in last week's 28-24 loss to the New York Jets. He continued playing and the severity was not realized until Monday. Last week, the Chiefs released place kicker Nick Novak, who had missed four of 10 field goal attempts, and summoned rookie Connor Barth from North Carolina, where he had been working at a golf course.

As a rookie free agent, Barth had competed with Novak throughout training camp and been among the final cuts before the season opener.

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29 Oct 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Scuttled Culpepper visit not bad for K.C.

Last week, I suggested it was a good move for the Chiefs to pursue veteran quarterback Daunte Culpepper.

My main reasoning was that the Chiefs have no legitimate quarterback and even though they were in the midst of a youth movement, they needed a quarterback. But that was before Tyler Thigpen played so well Sunday against the Jets. Now, I think the cancelled visit by Culpepper, who is now talking to Detroit, is the best for the team.

I'm not saying Thigpen is the answer because he had one game. But I am saying Thigpen showed in the Chiefs' 28-24 loss to the Jets, showed he can be a capable quarterback. He threw for 280 yards, he threw two touchdown passes and he wasn't intercepted. Thigpen completed his first 10 pass attempts of the game.

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28 Oct 2008 by Ryan Luis

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AP: Dysfunctional Chiefs labor onward

Kansas City Chiefs running back is seen in a booking mug provided ...
Oh, what a dramatic sight it was.

Larry Johnson came jogging unannounced onto the practice field, just minutes after ending a 25-day holdout and signing a contract extension for a team-record $19 million guarantee.

Now, finally, the Kansas City Chiefs had practically everyone back from the previous year's playoff team. Optimism reigned. Delighted to be KC's highest-paid player, Johnson even promised to set aside his sullen ways and be a leader.

But since that August afternoon in 2007, the Chiefs have played 23 games and won only five.

In their last 16 games, the equivalent of an entire regular season, they're a shocking 1-15. No team in the NFL during that stretch has been worse. Not the Bengals, nor the Raiders nor the Lions, although Detroit does come closer to matching KC's futility than any other bottom feeder. The only thing standing between the Lions and 1-15 in their last 16 games is a 25-20 conquest last Dec. 23 of you guessed it Kansas City.

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28 Oct 2008 by Ryan Luis

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