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ESPN: Chiefs put Goff on injured reserve

The Kansas City Chiefs’ battered offensive line took another hit when guard Mike Goff was put on the injured reserve.

Goff has a shoulder injury. The first-year Chief had a streak of 113 straight starts broken Sunday at Jacksonville. Andy Alleman played for Goff against Jacksonville and likely will stay in the role moving forward.

To replace Goff on the roster, Kansas City signed linebacker Justin Rogers. He was on the team for a short period earlier in the season.

11 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Midseason Report: Chiefs

2009 Schedule/Results

Where they stand: The Chiefs are, once again, an overall uncompetitive team. This is a team that won a total of six games in the final two years of the former regime. Under new general manager Scott Pioli and new head coach Todd Haley, there has been no tangible improvement. The Chiefs are 1-7 and have not competed in most games. The team has been lackluster on offense and overmatched on defense. There are many holes on this roster. Kansas City, which cut ties with troubled veteran running back Larry Johnson this week, looks like it is a long way from being competitive.

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Todd Haley’s Chiefs have struggled to generate any consistency this season.
Disappointments: The biggest disappointment for Kansas City is probably the lack of improvement. There was a lot of excitement when Pioli came in and there have not been any results yet. It’s early and the program seems like it is headed in the right direction. But it’s been slower than expected. This team looks to be no better than last year’s 2-14 outfit. The Chiefs have been particularly bland on offense. Haley had great success as an offensive coordinator in Arizona. But he has been unable to generate any explosiveness from a less talented group in Kansas City.

Surprises: The Chiefs have a few players shining unexpectedly. Receiver Lance Long had eight catches last Sunday at Jacksonville. He was promoted from the practice squad two weeks ago. He could be an interesting player to watch in the second half of the season. At linebacker, Corey Mays has played well and looks like he can be a potential standout. The story of the second half could be receiver Chris Chambers. He had three catches for 70 yards, including two touchdowns in the fourth quarter, against the Jaguars in his first game as a Chief. Chambers was claimed off waivers from San Diego last week. Chambers could spark an unproductive offense in the second half.
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11 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs, me, and Kansas City finally done with the LJ mess

Ahhhhh ... that sweet sound of nothingness you heard Tuesday was me taking a break from the Larry Johnson drama. I was going to write this piece yesterday, but my head hurt so much talking about what I thought about LJ, I decided to mentally shut down.

Frankly, like many Kansas City Chiefs fans, I grew tired of Johnson's act long ago. Like many, I screamed at my radio and TV when I heard that former team President Carl Peterson gave him a contract extension that the other 31 team executives wouldn't have done. Well, ok, maybe Al Davis might have done it and the idiots in Washington might have too. But that's it.

So now, Johnson has cleared waivers after being released and is free to sign with any other NFL team. The Chiefs are on the hook for the remainder of his contract with them, about $2.1 million. Worse, if he signs with another team, he'll get the league minimum contract for a seven year veteran. That's $350,000, but he'll almost certainly get a signing bonus. So, in effect, he gets fired and gets a raise. Nice.
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11 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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FH: Bernard Pollard Accuses Chiefs of Trying To Have Him Blackballed
Bernard Pollard led the Kansas City Chiefs with 98 tackles in 2008, 13 more than his nearest competition. He also had the dubious distinction of being the player that ended Tom Brady's season before it really got started. But the defensive MVP of the Chiefs was a roster casualty in early September as Kansas City trimmed down to meet the 53-man requirement. Now Pollard is claiming that the Chiefs tried to blackball him from signing with any other NFL team.
"I'm not going to sit here and lie to you," he said, "I don't know why I was cut. I can't do anything but assume. I know what was said about me. The things they said about me weren't right and they know they weren't right."
Pollard went into more detail on the things he claims someone from the Chiefs said about him after he was released.

"I don't know who said them. The one thing that disappointed me - I'm not going to go into everything that was said because there were a lot of things that were said but it hurt me - it said I was argumentative and disrespectful to my teammates."
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10 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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SI: Larry Johnson explains why he's no longer in Kansas City

Former Chiefs running back Larry Johnson joined the show to discuss the Chiefs' decision to release him and his future in the NFL.

"I gave Kansas City all that I had as far as being on the field and being upbeat. It was just time," Johnson said.

Johnson tried to explain his behavior. He said it wasn't that he's a bad guy -- he was frustrated with the results on the field.

"If anybody likes losing, they shouldn't be playing this game," Johnson said.  "It left a bad taste in my mouth every game we were losing... You just felt like you were useless. ...  If I was frustrated and upset, it was mainly for myself."

10 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: How Kansas City will move on at RB
I just checked in with the always helpful Matt Williamson of Scouts Inc. to break down the Kansas City’s decision to cut Larry Johnson and move on with Jamaal Charles and Kolby Smith as the team’s running backs for the rest of the season.

Williamson on the decision to cut Johnson: “It was the right call. He was worthless to them.”

Williamson on Charles: “His main attribute is speed. He can fly. He has been compared to Chris Johnson, but he’s not in that class. He doesn’t have a runner’s instincts and he is not a pounder. But he can be a solid runner. I think Kansas City needs to make him the main running backs and give him opportunities to use his speed.”
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09 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Johnson's release is best for everyone

The Kansas City Chiefs just cut a player who was one decent game away from becoming the team’s all-time leading rusher, and it seems like it’s the right move for everybody.

It is time for Larry Johnson to leave Kansas City.
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 Larry Johnson was just 75 yards away from breaking Priest Holmes' team rushing record.

Both sides tried to make it work, but the new Kansas City regime did Monday what it probably should have done in the spring: let Johnson carry on with his career elsewhere. At least everyone knows the Chiefs gave him a chance to finish his career with them.

Now both the Chiefs and Johnson will move on. And they probably won’t miss each other.

Off the field, Johnson remained a distraction, and on it, Johnson, who turns 30 this month, wasn’t giving the young team much. The 1-7 Chiefs clearly weren’t giving Johnson any motivation.

A divorce was necessary.

The Chiefs probably have been planning Monday’s move since Oct. 28 when they suspended Johnson for Sunday’s game at Jacksonville after he made gay slurs and questioned the credentials of Kansas City coach Todd Haley. Last year, Johnson was suspended a total of four games by the Chiefs and the NFL after two separate incidents involving women in Kansas City nightclubs.
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09 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Chiefs officially cut L.J.

As reported first right here, the Chiefs have officially cut running back Larry Johnson.

Here's the full text of the release:  "The Kansas City Chiefs released RB Larry Johnson on Monday.  In 75 games (55 starts) with Kansas City, Johnson rushed 1,375 times for 5,996 yards (4.4 avg.) with 55 touchdowns.  He also registered 151 receptions for 1,369 yards (9.1 avg.) with six TDs.  He concluded his Chiefs career with 30 100-yard rushing games and also added two 100-yard receiving games.

"Johnson established an NFL single-season record with 416 rushing attempts in 2006 when he set a franchise single-season mark with 1,789 rushing yards.  He originally entered the league as the Chiefs first-round selection (27th overall) in the 2003 NFL Draft out of Penn State."
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09 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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