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Babb: In other words: Translating Todd Haley's first in-season press conference

Haley: “After reviewing the tape, I thought special teams-wise like I said after the game I thought it was a pretty solid performance. Our special teams unit gave us a chance to win in most areas.”

Translation: The Chiefs’ defense was forgettable, and the offense couldn’t move the ball during most of the first half. Haley should at least have confidence in Kansas City’s special teams, after it blocked a punt and saw kicker Ryan Succop hit a 53-yard field goal. But the offense and defense? Not so much.

Haley: “Offensively, it came down to one player generally on the plays that were not executed. Not doing their job, not two or three or four players one player. So that was encouraging.”

Translation: If you’re driving a car and one tire explodes, that is certainly better than if all four tires explode. It might still result in a crash, but when the repair bill comes, at least there’s a chance that three tires will not be on it.

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16 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Wide receiver Lance Long signed to Kansas City's practice squad

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The Kansas City Chiefs, struggling to upgrade their wide receiver corps, added former Arizona wide receiver Lance Long to their practice squad on Wednesday.

On Tuesday, they signed veteran free agent receiver Bobby Wade.

Long played in one game for Arizona in 2009 after spending the 2008 season on the Cardinals practice squad. The Chiefs released wide receiver Rodney Wright from the practice squad.
16 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Cassel Looks Better At Wednesday Practice

Matt Cassel appeared to be running more briskly in practice Wednesday morning, creating hope that Kansas City's No. 1 quarterback might start on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders.Cassel injured his left knee in a preseason game on Aug. 29 and sat out the season opener at Baltimore on Sunday. His left knee was still braced, but he did not appear to be limping slightly as he'd done in practice last week.

Brodie Croyle started in Cassel's place in the 38-24 loss to the Ravens and hit 16 of 24 passes for 177 yards and two touchdowns.
16 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Derrick Johnson quietly demoted


Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson has been a productive player since being selected in the first-round of the 2005 NFL Draft, but far from dominant.

Like many Chiefs fans, the new Kansas City coaching staff wants more out of Johnson after they demoted him from the team's starting lineup during Week One against the Ravens. 

It's not like Kansas City is deep at linebacker, especially after releasing Zach Thomas.  The team started Demorrio Williams and Corey Mays at inside linebacker, and rotated Johnson into the mix.
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16 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Chiefs chop Turk McBride

In a move that is surprising on the surface but really not that big of a shock given the change in defense from a 4-3 to a 3-4, Chiefs defensive lineman Turk McBride has been visited by his namesake in Kansas City.

Per a league source, the Chiefs are waiving McBride.  He's the guy who gets the short straw after the arrival of receiver Bobby Wade.

McBride was a second-round draft pick in 2007, and he has only ten career starts.  He did not play in the Chiefs' 2009 regular-season opener.

Since McBride isn't a vested veteran, he'll be subject to waivers. 

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16 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Kansas City notes

The Kansas City Chiefs announced the signing of receiver Bobby Wade on Tuesday.

Wade’s signing in Kansas City has made sense because the Chiefs need receivers and Wade played for Kansas City coach Todd Haley in Chicago.

Wade had 54 catches for Minnesota last season. He has a chance to emerge as a starting receiver in Kansas City along with Dwayne Bowe.

Meanwhile, Haley said Tuesday that quarterback Matt Cassel is still uncertain to make his Chiefs’ debut Sunday against Oakland. Cassel suffered a knee injury Aug. 29 and he didn’t play in the opener at Baltimore.
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16 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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USA Today: Chiefs' Todd Haley: No guarantee Matt Cassel will play Week 2

The Kansas City Chiefs shuffled in a new pair of hands Tuesday in coach Todd Haley's continuing quest to locate an acceptable set of wide receivers. Still unclear is who would be throwing the ball.

Haley said it was too early to know if quarterback Matt Cassel will miss a second straight start this weekend because of an injury to his left knee. But he is hopeful of making a decision earlier than Sunday, when the decision was made just hours before the season-opener at Baltimore.

If Cassel remains out, Brodie Croyle would make a second start, this one against Oakland, after earning generally high marks in the 38-24 loss to the Ravens.

"Matt is doing everything he can to be ready," Haley said. "I would hope I would know a little sooner this week, although right now I can't give a definitive answer. But the player's doing everything he can to be ready, which generally helps speed the healing process."

In the meantime, receiver Bobby Wade , a six-year NFL veteran with stops in Chicago, Tennessee and Minnesota, was signed. The Chiefs waived Turk McBride , who had been playing linebacker after being a starter most of last year at defensive end.

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16 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Tucker: Chiefs not out for moral victories

It says a lot about the state of football in Kansas City when the Chiefs give up 501 yards of total offense, get beat by two touchdowns and still set off waves of optimism among excited fans.

Losing 26 games in two years will do that to a victory-starved town. Simply hanging tough with a double-digit favorite is viewed as proof that happy days are only a couple of kickoffs away.

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15 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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