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PFT: Chiefs get blackout extension

The NFL has given the Kansas City Chiefs another day to avoid their first local TV blackout in 19 years.

A blackout looked inevitable this morning, but the Chiefs announced today that they have been given another 24 hours - until Friday at 12:05 p.m. Central - to sell out Sunday's home game against the Buffalo Bills.
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10 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Final quarter checkpoint: Chiefs

Place in the AFC West: 4th

Record: 3-9

Record in third quarter: 2-2

Quarter MVP: Chris Chambers. The wide receiver has given the Chiefs a spark since he was claimed off waivers after being cut buy San Diego in early November. He is quarterback Matt Cassel's favorite target.
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09 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Rose: Honeymoon about over for Chiefs’ Haley and Pioli

About 3 p.m. on Sunday, as I drove past a gloomy Arrowhead Stadium with a few thousand of my fellow Kansas City Chiefs fans, heading towards home, it took all my ”glass half full” personality to come up with anything positive about the 44-13 Bronco beat-down that just took place.

Other than 1) Tamba Hali had a great game; and 2) Dustin Colquitt and Ryan Succop are the team MVPs, I couldn’t find anything.

What really struck me was that the Denver Broncos had a bad defense last year. Really bad. In some categories, they were worse than the Chiefs. And yet, this year after hiring a new defensive coordinator and switching to a 3-4 defensive scheme (sound familiar?); they are a top-10 defense.
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08 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs not progressing

Matt Cassel will be right back under center when the reeling Kansas City Chiefs host Buffalo on Sunday. But what effect will getting benched during a blowout loss to Denver have on the young quarterback?

A positive one, coach Todd Haley insists. Haley also said Monday he's not worried that the leadership he counts on Cassel to provide will be affected by teammates seeing him jerked out of the game.

"No, not in my opinion," Haley said. "Others may have different opinions, but not in my opinion. I think that's a head coach's decision to make, of where the game's at and circumstances surrounding it. Yesterday at that time I thought the best thing for us as a team was to put Brodie in the game and let him play a little bit."

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07 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Cassel won't lose starting job

Matt Cassel got the hook on Sunday, but he's still Kansas City's starting quarterback.

Chiefs coach Todd Haley confirmed that Cassel will start next week's game against Buffalo; Brodie Croyle finished out Kansas City's dismal 44-13 loss to the Broncos.

"To me, the game was at a point where it was going to be very difficult for us to even get in the game and it was a chance to get Brodie some snaps," Haley said.
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07 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Wilson: Chiefs promote Williams, Smith placed on IR

The Kansas City Chiefs promoted running back Javarris Williams to the active roster from the practice squad, the team announced today.

Running back Kolby Smith was placed on injured reserve, ending his season.

Williams is the Chiefs' seventh-round pick this year out of Tennessee State. He spent the first 11 games of the regular season on the practice squad.

He rushed for a school-record 4,329 yards with 42 touchdowns. He also added 58 receptions for 788 yards with two scores.

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05 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Club where Larry Johnson (allegedly) spat on woman gets sued

Here's an interesting post-script to one of the various off-field incidents involving former Chiefs running back Larry Johnson.

Last year, he allegedly spat on and threatened to kill a woman at a Kansas City club.

Johnson faced criminal charges for the incident, and he has been sued by the woman in civil court.

Now, the woman is suing the bar where the incident happened.

Per, Ashley Stewart claims that Blonde Nightclub knew or should have known that Johnson intended to raise a ruckus on the evening in question.  She alleges that a caller warned the club that Johnson was on his way, that he'd been drinking, and that he'd been causing trouble.
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05 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Kindred: Small-town boy Studebaker making a big NFL impact

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (7) lies ...

It was a long journey for Andy Studebaker. Starting 2 yards deep in his end zone, the Kansas City Chiefs’ outside linebacker chugged and churned until finally being brought down at the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 8-yard line.

Immediately, he was swarmed by teammates following his pivotal interception and return on Nov. 22 at Kansas City.

“You’re going on adrenalin during the run and when you’re down, you realize how winded you are,” Studebaker said. “Everybody is chest bumping me and I’m like, ‘Where’s the sideline? I need to sit down.’ ”

If Studebaker was breathless, even momentarily, who can blame him? It has been a breathtaking three weeks for the second-year pro out of Congerville, population 500.

A knee injury to veteran Mike Vrabel during a Nov. 15 win against Oakland thrust Studebaker into action. Studebaker started the next week, contributing five tackles and two interceptions in a 27-24 upset of Pittsburgh. He also started this past week in a 37-7 loss at San Diego, making five solo tackles.

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04 Dec 2009 by Ryan Luis

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