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Wilson: Chiefs' Derrick Johnson sounds off

Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson is fed up, and he's not going to take it anymore.

Well, at least he's not going to keep his frustration to himself.

Johnson vented to Kansas City reporters today, getting it off his chest how mad he is that he's not starting and was the subject of trade rumors prior to the NFL deadline Tuesday.

"It sucks," Johnson said. "It kind of sucks to not be starting and not be playing like I should. I should be out there playing. I should be out there starting. I should be out there helping this team win."

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21 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Chiefs dust off Kenny Smith

As the Kansas City Chiefs continue to try to remake their roster, they've slipped into a DeLorean and set the dial to 2003.

The Chiefs have signed defensive lineman Kenny Smith.  Yes, that Kenny Smith.  The one who hasn't played in an NFL game since 2003, when he started nine games for the Saints.

Though the release from the team says that he played with the Saints through 2004, the NFL.com player page for Smith shows zero appearances in 2004 or 2005.  For 2006, 2007, and 2008?  Nothing.

He fills the roster spot that was created when Tank Tyler was traded to the Panthers on Monday.
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21 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Wilson: Galloway to work out for Kansas City

Now that wide receiver Joey Galloway is a free agent after being cut by the New England Patriots, he might not be unemployed long.

Galloway is expected to try out for the Kansas City Chiefs today.

So, Bill Belichick's discard could become former Patriots executive Scott Pioli's new player.

The Chiefs' wide receiver position could use an influx of speed.

Galloway didn't make a good adjustment to the Patriots' scheme, but Kansas City might be a decent fit for him.

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20 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Yahoo: Kansas City Chiefs coach threatened to trade Bowe

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley was apparently unhappy with wide receiver Dwayne Bowe(notes) early in the team's Sunday game against the Washington Redskins. He felt free to let him have it and apparently threatened that he would trade him by today's 4 p.m. deadline if he didn't get his act together, according to ProFootballTalk.

The tirade must have packed a serious punch since Bowe had his highest yardage total of the season with 109 of ‘em.

In the preseason, Haley pulled another motivational trick on Bowe and demoted him to the third-string. Ouch.

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20 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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SI:Panthers Land DT Tyler in Trade with Chiefs

The Carolina Panthers added depth at their weakest position Monday, sending a 2010 fifth-round draft pick to the Kansas City Chiefs for defensive tackle Tank Tyler.

The deal, coming a day before the NFL trade deadline, gives the Panthers more options on the defensive line after the season-ending injury to Maake Kemoeatu in training camp.

It's a homecoming for the 6-foot-2, 306-pound Tyler, who grew up in Fayetteville, N.C., and played at North Carolina State. He was taken by the Chiefs in the third round of the 2007 draft and started all 16 games last season.

But Tyler started only two of six games this season -- he was replaced by Ron Edwards -- and had 22 tackles. Tyler is expected to give Carolina options at nose tackle alongside 35-year-old Hollis Thomas, who was signed after Week 3 when he was released by St. Louis.

19 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Trade threat turned the light on for Dwayne Bowe

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As pointed out in the Chiefs-Redskins portion our Morning Aftermath, Kansas City receiver Dwayne Bowe caught six passes for 109 yards.  It was his best output of the season.

Bowe's performance came at a time when rumors are rampant that he (and pretty much any other Chiefs player not named "Matt Cassel") is available as the trade deadline looms.

So was he motivated by the rumors?  As it turns out, no.
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19 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: Gonzalez still has a grip on KC


Chiefs fans still can't let go of Tony Gonzalez.

How else do you explain the Kansas City television market ranking No. 8 in the country for its audience watching a game between NFC teams Chicago at Atlanta on Sunday night?

No. 88.

While viewers had their choices of watching game three of the National League Championship Series on WTBS: "Desperate Housewives" and "Brothers & Sisters" on ABC: "60 Minutes" and "Amazing Race" on CBS; "Simpsons", "Family Guy" and "The Cleveland Show" on Fox; or what I watched, "Curb Your Enthusiasm," most of Kansas City was tuned to the NFL on NBC.

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19 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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BR: Featured Columnist Kansas City Chiefs: So What If She Ain't Pretty? (A Week 6 Love Story)

The Chiefs are kings of Missouri. 

No touchdown, no problem. Head coach/offensive coordinator Todd Haley, quarterback Matt Cassel, and general manager Scott Pioli, the new triumvirate in Kansas City, earned their first victory by beating the Washington Redskins 14-6. 

Game notes included, “one team earned a victory only because both teams can’t lose,” and, “KC blew key opportunities with great field position and a chance to take the lead late.”  However, since this is a joyous event for the deprived fans of the red and gold, this article will maintain a primarily positive tilt. 

A few facets of the game emerged as key to the win.

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19 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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