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Babb: Derrick Johnson not complaining about not starting

Derrick Johnson still hasn’t asked. He said he doesn’t care to know why he was demoted from the Chiefs’ starting linebacking corps six weeks ago and has been a high-dollar, high-expectations bench player in the time since.

He said he’ll keep waiting and practicing the way he knows how. And instead of asking coach Todd Haley about being benched and what Johnson might do to work his way back into the starting lineup, he said he prefers to explain himself with his play, limited as it has been.

“I really believe that the field speaks for itself,” Johnson, a former first-round pick, said in his calm, mild-mannered way. “I don’t get a lot of chances, don’t get me wrong, but the field speaks for itself. I can’t worry about that. The season is too long, and this game is too hard to be complaining and trying to talk about I don’t think talking is going to do anything.

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08 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Chiefs look at a wrestler

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As proof they are making an honest effort to find better offensive linemen, the Chiefs worked out a former All-American college wrestler who didn't play football at Kent State or even in high school, for that matter.

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07 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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TheSpread: Winless Chiefs facing many woes

Just as the Kansas City Chiefs were running out of the tunnel onto the field this past Sunday, a horse used in pre-game ceremonies did what horses do.
Right on the 12-yard line. While many in the crowd roared, a man in a bright red shirt came running out and cleaned up the mess.
A few minutes later, Jamaal Charles fumbled the opening kickoff and the New York Giants grabbed a quick 7-0 lead in a game that suggests the guy trailing the horse and Chiefs coach Todd Haley have something in common.
Haley is also trying to clean up a mess as quickly as possible.
The Chiefs are 2-29 going back to 2007 and last in the NFL in third-down conversions. The problems here run deep.
``We are 0-0 as far as I'm concerned, and that's what we've got to do as a team,'' Haley said Monday, a day after the 27-16 loss that kept the Chiefs winless at 0-4 with Dallas coming in next week.
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05 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Tucker: Winless KC Chiefs facing many problems, including third downs

Just as the Kansas City Chiefs were running out of the tunnel onto the field Sunday, a horse used in pregame ceremonies did what horses often do.

Right on the 12-yard line.

Many in the crowd at Arrowhead Stadium roared as a guy in a bright red shirt came running out to put his pooper-scooper to good use.
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05 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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LJ says ‘ego’ is the difference in loss to Giants




Perhaps Larry Johnson believes that his teammates have an inflated opinion of themselves. Or maybe he thinks the Giants dominated the Chiefs 27-16 Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium because New York believes in itself and the Chiefs don’t.

Whatever the case, Johnson didn’t make himself clear afterward. Asked what the difference was in Sunday’s game, Johnson merely said, “Ego.” He repeated the word each of the five times he was asked to explain his answer.

Johnson also may have been irritated at the play-calling around the goal line. The Chiefs took six snaps inside the New York 5 in the fourth quarter, and five were passes. Only once did the Chiefs hand the ball to Johnson and try to make their way on the ground.

Johnson issued the standard player answer when asked about the play-calling.

“I’m not the coach,” he said evenly. “I can only speak for myself. I try to get out there and do the best I can.”more

05 Oct 2009 by Flint Graves

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The week ahead | Chiefs will sport throwback uniforms against Cowboys

This may come as good news to fans around town: The Chiefs will have a completely different-looking team for Sunday’s game against the Cowboys at Arrowhead Stadium.

This will be an AFL Legacy Game, meaning the Chiefs will wear uniforms like the ones donned by the 1962 Dallas Texans. The uniforms will feature helmets with gray facemasks and a Texas-shaped decal with a gold star showing the location of the city of Dallas.

Looking for a good omen for the Chiefs? They’ve never lost to Dallas at Arrowhead Stadium (OK, they are only 2-0 all time against Dallas at Arrowhead).

05 Oct 2009 by Flint Graves

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Chiefs coach: 'We are 0 and 0'

Following a 27-16 loss to the Giants that sent the Chiefs to 0-4, head coach Todd Haley wiped the slate clean Monday.more

05 Oct 2009 by Flint Graves

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Vrentas: NY Giants looking to blitz against Kansas City Chiefs

While studying film of the Chiefs this week, Mathias Kiwanuka started to wonder if the cut-ups from Kansas City’s loss to Philadelphia were even worthwhile to watch. The Eagles brought blitz after blitz after blitz last Sunday, at an almost preposterous rate.

“It looked ridiculous,” the Giants defensive end said with a chuckle. “It was almost tough to get a good read on how the Chiefs would react to normal situations, because they blitzed them so much.”

Giants middle linebacker Antonio Pierce estimated the Eagles sent at least one extra rusher on about 60 percent of the plays and showed all-out blitz one-quarter of the time. That’s a clip the Giants, despite running a similar defense to Philadelphia, don’t expect to match in Kansas City Sunday.

But after the success the Eagles had with their high-pressure approach last week quarterback Matt Cassel threw for just 90 yards, and the winless Chiefs were 0-for-11 on third down it’s a logical time for the Giants to dial up their blitz beyond what they have shown in the first three weeks.

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02 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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