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Chiefs WR Chris Chambers, who was picked up off waivers from the Chargers on Tuesday, paid immediate dividends with three catches for 70 yards and two touchdowns. ... With Larry Johnson suspended, Kansas City ran the ball only 14 times and split those carries between Jamaal Charles (six), Kolby Smith (four) and Dontrell Savage (two). ... Maurice Jones-Drew scored his 11th touchdown of the season -- tops in the league. 
08 Nov 2009 by Flint Graves

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Crone: Chiefs’ failures all start at the top

During the past bye week for the Kansas City Chiefs, local pundits have dissected the past 20 years of the team.
Many blame Carl Peterson and Herm Edwards for the ridiculously poor state of the franchise. Others have already determined that the Scott Pioli-Todd Haley team is a bust with two huge egos and guys that are in over their heads.
Still others have placed the blame on Peterson and Dick Vermeil for developing a lopsided offensive football team. Last but not least, some have pointed to the era of Peterson-Gunther Cunningham-Marty Schottenheimer as pivotal because they held onto players beyond their prime.
Harry Truman’s coined phrase “the buck stops here” is what truly applies. The Hunt family has been ineffective in running the franchise. They have marketed the team as the heartbeat of Kansas City and it is.
However, in running the team’s everyday operation, they have been lacking. Lamar Hunt, father of the AFL, did a superb job of developing the franchise. He literally changed the football landscape forever.
Somewhere along the line, other more progressive NFL teams passed the Chiefs. Under Clark Hunt, the team seems to be wandering in the wilderness. Clark has a substantial soccer background, not football. Fans may feel that Pioli and Haley are in over their heads but the young owner may be as well.
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05 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: More information on Chambers's off-field issues comes to light

When the Chargers cut Chris Chambers earlier this week, the wide receiver intimated, without giving any details, that it had more to do with off-field issues than a desire to give more playing time to Malcolm Floyd and Legedu Naanee.

Now some details have come to light about the messy situation that Chambers, now a member of the Chiefs, was dealing with in his personal life. Chambers filed for divorce from his wife this summer, a few months after his soon-to-be ex-wife Christina told San Diego police that she was being harassed by a woman named Stacey Saunders. Chambers admitted in court documents that he had a romantic relationship with Saunders and then filed for a restraining order against her.

The San Diego Union-Tribune has the details of Chambers's allegations against Saunders.

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05 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Yahoo: I get the feeling that Chiefs fans don't like Larry Johnson

Priest Holmes(notes) is currently all the all-time leading rusher for the Kansas City Chiefs, but Larry Johnson(notes) -- recently suspended for "conduct detrimental to the team", i.e. using a nasty gay slur twice in a 24-hour period -- is closing in on that record. If he gets 30 or so more carries, he should get it.

A lot of Chiefs fans don't want that to happen. They love their Chiefs, they respect the franchise's history, and they don't want Johnson's name associated with it. It's not just because of the recent suspension, either. If you're looking for them, you'll find no shortage of reasons to dislike Larry Johnson.

So fans are taking matters into their own hands and circulating a petition asking the Chiefs to deactivate Johnson before he can claim the record. The petition reads, in part:

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05 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Chiefs emerge from bye week with new message

With the Larry Johnson saga taking so long to play out, the Chiefs had a more eventful bye week than most teams.

The full squad is back in Kansas City and preparing for this week's game. The Twitter account of a team employee showed a new sign that greeted players upon their return.

"Losers assemble in small groups and complain about the coaches and other players," the sign reads.  "Winners assemble as a team and find ways to WIN."  (The sign also has the word "team" placed over the Chiefs logo.)
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04 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Fans don't want Johnson to get record

Embattled Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson is 75 yards from becoming the team's all-time leading rusher.

And some Chiefs fans have a problem with that.

An online petition started by Chiefs fans asks general manager Scott Pioli to deactivate Johnson and keep him on the sideline so he cannot pass Priest Holmes for the team rushing record, or join the team's Ring of Honor at Arrowhead Stadium.

Holmes holds the Chiefs' rushing record with 6,070 yards; Johnson currently has 5,996 yards.

"While we are thankful for his service, we feel that Larry has been a black eye on the organization and has no business being mentioned" among the team's all-time greats, the petition reads.

As of Wednesday afternoon ET, at least 1,400 signatures had been collected.

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04 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs put S Page on IR, sign CB Daniels

The Kansas City Chiefs placed safety Jarrad Page on injured reserve Wednesday.

Page is in his fourth year in the NFL and third as a starter for the Chiefs. He made all 16 starts in 2007 and 2008.

In 53 career games (39 starts), Page has totaled 204 tackles, 10 interceptions and 24 passes defensed. He posted 19 tackles in five games this season.

Additionally on Wednesday, the Chiefs announced they signed cornerback Travis Daniels. He signed with Kansas City earlier in the year but was released prior to training camp.

Over four NFL seasons with Miami (2005-07) and Cleveland (2008), Daniels has 126 tackles, three interceptions and 19 passes defensed in 51 games -- 26 starts.

04 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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TMZ: Chiefs Fans to Owner: Fire Larry Johnson!!

Larry Johnson is only 80 yards away from becoming the all time leading rusher for the Kansas City Chiefs -- but after his anti-gay slur scandal last week, Chiefs fans want him off the team before he has a chance to make history.

Hundreds of loyal Chiefs fans have signed a petition, begging the team owner to keep Larry Johnson's name out of the Chiefs Hall of Fame forever.

The petition reads:
04 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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