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CJ: Big win caps Chiefs' bad year

Kansas City Chiefs Derrick Johnson (56) returns an interception ...

It was unseasonably warm the night of Oct. 25 when Larry Johnson pulled up his Twitter account and unwittingly did the Kansas City Chiefs a world of good.

The Chiefs had been clobbered 37-7 by San Diego earlier that day, dropping to 1-6. Johnson had carried the ball 16 times for 49 yards typical of what the running back had done all year for a puny, struggling offense that still didn't have a rushing touchdown.

Posting that night on Twitter, Johnson poured out his frustration by insulting head coach Todd Haley, making gay slurs and bragging about how much money he was making. If it was a clever trick to get out of Kansas City, it worked. Johnson was given his outright release.

Off the bench came second-year running back Jamaal Charles, who two weeks later went for 103 yards in a win over the Raiders. The week after that, he returned the opening kickoff 97 yards in a win over the defending Super Bowl champion Steelers.

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05 Jan 2010 by Ryan Luis

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5 Free Agents

The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Monday that the club has signed five reserve/future free agents: CB Jackie Bates, DE Bobby Greenwood, RB Kestahn Moore (pronounced KEY-stahn), OL Jermail Porter and WR Chandler Williams.

Bates (5-10, 180) spent the entire 2009 regular season on the Chiefs practice squad after originally entering the NFL as a rookie free agent with Kansas City. He played in 17 games (15 starts) at Hampton.

Greenwood (6-5, 278) was on the Chiefs practice squad for 16 games in 2009 after originally joining the club as a rookie free agent. He was a four-year letterman at Alabama.

Moore (5-10, 214) entered the NFL as a rookie free agent with Denver in 2009 and spent the final four games of the season on the Chiefs practice squad. He played in 53 games (21 starts) at Florida.

Porter (6-5, 310) originally entered the NFL as a rookie free agent with New England in 2009 and was added to the Chiefs practice squad on December 2nd. He was an All-America wrestler at Kent State, posting a 119-43 career record.

Williams (5-11, 176) entered the NFL as a seventh-round draft pick (233rd overall) of Minnesota in the 2007 NFL Draft. He has spent time on the practice squad with Miami (2007), Atlanta (2008) and Kansas City (2009). He played in 41 games (26 starts) at Florida International.

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04 Jan 2010 by Flint Graves

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Williamson Picks RB Charles as AFC West Player of the Week

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles (25) is congratulated ...

It’s Jamaal Charles in a runaway.

Charles was brilliant against Denver as he charged a 44-24 Kansas City upset over Denver. The second-year tailback had 259 yards rushing on 25 carries. It set a Kansas City franchise rushing record and was 37 yards off the NFL record.

Charles ended the season with 1,120 yards rushing. He is a bright spot for Kansas City as it heads toward 2010.

He has breathtaking speed and showed Sunday he does not go down easy. Sunday may have been the start of something very big in Kansas City.
04 Jan 2010 by Ryan Luis

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BR: Jamaal "The Mauler" Charles

NFL running back, (6'0+, 220lbs) no, how about 5'10", 180-200lbs.  Quick, fast, versatile, balanced, and durable.  Well, thats what you get out of a Jamaal Charles, a young and very much improved, statistically speaking, running back for our Kansas City Chiefs. 

For the last 5 Weeks this proven running back is putting numbers up just like his football twin, Chris Johnson.  The hair, build, and the package of running talent. In fact, he is second behind Chris Johnson for rushing yards, in the past several weeks. 

Watching the game today verse the Broncos, I was amazed by the moves Jamaal demonstrated and how easy he is making it look.  Larry who! Everything seemed to click for the Chiefs who now have ended a long season of what ifs, who can carry this impressive win into next year, without a running back controversy.

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04 Jan 2010 by Ryan Luis

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Williams: Jamaal Charles takes charge in Kansas City

There were times Jamaal Charles wondered if the Kansas City Chiefs ever would give him a chance. The lowest point came in Week 2 when he was inactive for a home game against the Raiders.

"I just was like I know I can be better than this; I know I can play better; and I know I'm a good player," Charles said in a telephone interview this week. "It was just hurtful that I saw my name on the inactive list, but it really woke me up."

It still took Larry Johnson being released and Kolby Smith going on injured reserve for Charles to move to the top of the depth chart.

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27 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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ESPN: Haley: I wouldn't disrespect fans

Accused of making an obscene gesture to a fan, Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley says such a thing is not in his character.

Fans were abuzz Wednesday over an accusation leveled Tuesday night through a Kansas City TV sportscaster. The fan, who was not identified by the sportscaster, said Haley flipped him off while walking into the tunnel right after Sunday's 41-34 home loss to Cleveland.

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24 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Rose: Settle down, Chiefs fans, Haley’s not going anywhere

Watching Todd Haley's press conference yesterday after the 41-34 loss to the Cleveland Browns, my overwhelming feeling was that I was seeing a first-year head coach completely overwhelmed with the debacle he's got on his hands.

(If you want to watch a few minutes of the press conference, view it on the Chiefs web site here.)

But in the wake of a historically bad performance against Cleveland, and the fact that this team is probably not going to win either of its last two games, many fans are crying for Haley's head after the first year. Even our rotund columnist for the Kansas City Star wrote as much in the most thinly-veiled call for a coach's head on Monday.
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22 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Dean: '09 review: New Chiefs, same stench

After winning only six games in the previous two seasons the last of which saw a franchise-record 14 losses 2009 was a time for sweeping changes at One Arrowhead Drive.

Sadly, the adage about how the more things change, the more they stay the same often holds true for a sports franchise desperate to claw its way up from rock bottom.

Thus it was in 2009 for the Kansas City Chiefs, a team that began the year with visions of better days ahead following the most extensive top-to-bottom transformation since 1989 the year Carl Peterson and Marty Schottenheimer began the second Glory Era of Chiefs football but ended with the bailout of once-fierce fans who wondered if a step back hadn't been taken in a three-win season.

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21 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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