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LA Times: Lessons learned from Matt Cassel

Quarterback Matt Cassel of the Kansas City Chiefs and USC Trojans showed up at a wet Rose Bowl Saturday morning to help with Steve Clarkson's Dreammaker competition, but it was good to see that Cassel was wearing a Chatsworth Chancellors hat.

Nothing has changed with Cassel. I've known him since he was 12 and playing for Northridge Little League, and he's the same energetic, friendly, sometimes goofy person who loves sports, thrives on competition and respects friends and foes alike.

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27 Feb 2010 by Ryan Luis

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Fix the franchise: Kansas City Chiefs edition

The Kansas City Chiefs got it pretty easy, they don’t need to redo their front office, or find a new coaching staff. They just need to find some better players. That sounds a little crass but this is a team that has won just six games over the last two years, and ten over the last three. By ways of comparison that is just one more win in the last three years than the Detroit Lions who went winless in 2008. The challenge for the Chiefs is finding players that they can build around, and it sounds easy but is actually quite hard.

Chief’s fans and their front office staff want to believe that they have a QB Matt Cassel from which the offense can be built around.  I am not as optimistic. I think at some point the Chiefs are going to have to draft a franchise QB. I am not saying that he is a total bust, but that he needs a lot of help and may not have the skill set to be a NFL starter.

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26 Feb 2010 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs Name Mike Clark As Strength Coach



The Kansas City Chiefs named Mike Clark as the club’s strength and conditioning coach on Thursday. The club also hired Trip MacCracken as the team’s Director of Football Administration.

Clark joins the Chiefs after serving in that same capacity for six seasons with Seattle (2004-09). He was part of Mike Holmgren’s staff that helped guide the Seahawks to a berth in Super Bowl XL. Clark served 14 seasons as the head strength and conditioning coach at Texas A&M (’90-03) before entering the NFL ranks. A 2003 inductee into the USA Strength and Conditioning Coaches Hall of Fame, he served as president of the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association in 2000.

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26 Feb 2010 by Ryan Luis

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Mike Vrabel Probably Won't Be Back With The Chiefs

Mike Vrabel will most likely try to move onto greener pastures this off-season as he is set to become an unrestriced free Agent in March.

What does that mean for the Kansas City Chiefs?  As far as productivity on the field, not much.  Vrabel had a productive season starting 14 games in his one year with the Chiefs.  He racked up 53 tackles and two sacks, which was solid for a veteran on a poor defense.
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18 Feb 2010 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Why not L.T. in KC?

The Chiefs need a proven running back to take some of the load off Jamaal Charles. LaDainian Tomlinson will soon need a new job. If Tomlinson can accept a secondary role, at least initially, this union makes too much sense for it not to happen.

First, look at this from the Chiefs perspective. Charles' emergence the second half of last season was the best thing to happen to the Chiefs offense since Dick Vermeil and Al Saunders walked out the door. Charles looks like a legitimate threat, someone the Chiefs can build around.

But let's not put him in the Hall of Fame just yet. Let's not forget that until halfway through last season, Charles was a fumble-prone third-down back.

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15 Feb 2010 by Ryan Luis

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FH: Buck Buchanan: Chief Concern for Kansas City's Opponents

Imagine a defensive lineman who is 6-foot-7, 287 pounds. Imagine that he can run a 40-yard dash in 4.9 seconds.

High draft pick? Depends on what league you were in in 1963, when Junious (Buck) Buchanan was coming out of Grambling. In the NFL, he was a 19th rounder, taken by the New York Giants.

In the American Football League, which was entering its fourth season? No. 1 overall by the Kansas City Chiefs, where he turned into a Hall of Famer, one of the major players on a Kansas City team that lost the first Super Bowl to Green Bay, then beat Minnesota, 23-7, in Super Bowl IV, establishing once and for all that the win by Joe Namath and the Jets over Baltimore the previous year was no fluke.

Growing up in the 1950s in segregated Birmingham, Ala., Buchanan excelled in football and basketball at A.H. Parker High School, then went on to Grambling to play for Eddie Robinson. For an African-American in the South, it was the equivalent, on a much poorer scale, of a white youngster going to Alabama to play for Bear Bryant -- Robinson ended up producing dozens of professional football players, including four who made it to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
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15 Feb 2010 by Ryan Luis

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Brian Waters wins NFL Man of the Year

Kansas City Chiefs guard Brian Waters was announced as the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award in a ceremony before Sunday's Super Bowl.

He beat out finalists Mike Furrey of the Browns and London Fletcher of the Redskins.

Fletcher may not have won, but he did have the honor of hitting the complimentary breakfast at my hotel at the exact same time as me (five minutes before it closed) for seven straight days, which is an NFL record.
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07 Feb 2010 by Ryan Luis

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AP: Former Chief Scott Fujita Not a Gunther Cunningham Fan

It just occurred to me that if we had more quotes, I could write that headline with probably fifty different players' names in there.

In a well-written and interesting article from Michael Silver at Yahoo! Sports yesterday, former Kansas City Chief and current New Orleans Saints LB Scott Fujita's story was told.

Silver goes over how Fujita was adopted by a Japanese-American father and a Caucasian mother, prompting him to tell people growing up, "My name's Scott. I'm Japanese." The article hits on Fujita's passion for civil liberties; his time as "cannon fodder" for the Cal football team; and of course, his time with the Kansas City Chiefs. It's a good read. Check it out.

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04 Feb 2010 by Ryan Luis

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