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PFT: Derrick Johnson expected to sign tender

Derrick Johnson's fifth season in Kansas City didn't go as well as his first four. But he's still expected to return for a sixth.

Adam Caplan of reports that Johnson, a restricted free agent linebacker, is expected to sign his tender in the coming days.
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18 Mar 2010 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs beef up offensive line with Lilja signing

With one move, the Kansas City Chiefs took a big step toward bolstering a shaky offensive line and making up for a gamble six years ago that came back to haunt them.

The Chiefs on Tuesday announced the signing of free agent left guard Ryan Lilja, a 59-game starter for the Indianapolis Colts who was claimed off waivers from Kansas City in 2004. Terms were not disclosed.

The 6-foot-2, 290-pound Kansas City native is considered a solid performer when healthy, but knee injuries kept him out of part of the 2006 season and all of 2008.

Signed by the Chiefs as an undrafted free agent out of Kansas State in 2004, Lilja was picked up by the Colts one day after Kansas City cut him. The move was a major disappointment for the Chiefs, who had hoped that nobody would pick him up and he would then join Kansas City's practice squad.

Lilja brings plenty of big-game experience to a Kansas City team that finished its last two seasons with records of 2-14 and 4-12. He started eight playoff games for Indianapolis, including two Super Bowls.

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16 Mar 2010 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Chiefs sign Casey Wiegmann

Casey Wiegmann is heading back to Kansas City.

The Chiefs announced on Friday that they've signed Wiegmann, a free agent center who spent seven years of his 14-year career in Kansas City but spent the last two years in Denver.
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12 Mar 2010 by Ryan Luis

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Yahoo: Jets wouldn't match Chiefs' offer to Jones

Running back Thomas Jones(notes) spent three seasons with the New York Jets. The 31-year-old scored 14 touchdowns last year and gained 1,402 yards on 331 carries. But the team really just didn't want him anymore.
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12 Mar 2010 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs Sign Jones

Kansas City signed running back Thomas Jones to a two-year deal worth $5 million, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

Jones was released by the Jets last week after being due a $3 million roster bonus on top of a $2.8 million base salary this season. He and the Jets failed to reach a compromise on restructuring his contract; the team wanted him to take a pay cut.more info

09 Mar 2010 by Flint Graves

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Vrabel gives Chiefs valuable leadership

The Chiefs announced they have signed linebacker Mike Vrabel to a contract extension. Terms were not announced.

Vrabel, 34, was set to become an unrestricted free agent Friday.

The Chiefs signed Vrabel, who was acquired in a trade from New England last year, for his leadership ability. Kansas City is very young and Vrabel was good with the team’s young players last year.

He will also likely play extensively in 2010. He started 14 games and had 65 tackles for the Chiefs last year. Vrabel isn’t long for the league, but this is a good move for the Chiefs because of his leadership.
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04 Mar 2010 by Ryan Luis

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FH: Scott Pioli: Combine Interviews Losing Their Importance

NFL teams have placed great emphasis on the extensive one-on-one interviews they conduct with top prospects during the NFL combine, using them to gain insight in a player's personality, past issues on and off the field and whether that athlete would be a good fit in a particular organization.

Players know this, and so do their agents. That means much of the pre-draft time that goes into developing high-profile college players for the NFL draft at the various developmental camps includes exhaustive preparation for the combine interview process.

And that, Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli says, makes the combine interviews less important to him than they have been in years past.

The answers he gets these days, Pioli says, may be more scripted than he would like.

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03 Mar 2010 by Ryan Luis

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BR: Kansas City Chiefs Make a Huge Mistake

It wasn't long ago that Todd Haley stated that he wanted to improve the quality of the players on the team.

Nice statement.

Has a nice ring to it.

Too bad its complete BS.

We all know the story of Chris Chambers. He was Kansas City's biggest free-agent steal during the season last year. He also made more big plays in one season than any receiver in Chiefs history.

He's big, he's strong, and he's fast. Chief fans have not seen a big play receiver like this since Otis Taylor.

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03 Mar 2010 by Ryan Luis

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