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Tucker: Chiefs' defense may not be as offensive as in 2008

Buried beneath Kansas City's 0-4 preseason record and all the anxiety over a stinky offense, a bit of good news is trying to peek out.

A defense that was the main culprit in last year's 2-14 debacle is beginning to stir, showing signs of slowly returning to life. What's more, in a wild reversal of form, the Chiefs are even applying pressure to the passer.

Yes, Chiefs fans, when one of your guys tackles the other team's quarterback behind the line of scrimmage, it's still called a "sack."

That's a term Kansas Citians had little occasion to use all through the 2008 season, when the Chiefs set a 16-game NFL record for pass-rushing futility by taking the quarterback to the ground a paltry 10 times. They needed a sack in the season finale at Cincinnati just to break into double figures.
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09 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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FH: Kansas City Chiefs 2009 Season Preview: We're Still the Chefs

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In 2006, the Kansas City Chiefs finished with a 9-7 record and lost in the first round of the playoffs to Indianapolis. Since then, the Chiefs have won just six games -- four in 2007 and two last season -- causing a major overhaul of the front office and coaching staff prior to the 2009 season.

Scott Pioli was hired as the new general manager and he brought in Todd Haley as the new head coach. Pioli also began retooling the Chiefs roster. He sent a 2009 second-round pick to New England for quarterback Matt Cassel and shipped future Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez to Atlanta for a 2010 second-round pick. The benefits of these coaching and roster moves won't materialize overnight, so get ready for a tumultuous ride. You can bet that nobody will misspell the team name in the end zone, but it's going to be a while before this team can regain the winning ways of the old Chiefs' teams from not-so-recent memory.

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Bringing in Cassel was a step in the right direction for the Chiefs, but he's still got a lot to prove after his breakout campaign for the Patriots last season. He's had trouble gelling with receivers in training camp and preseason games, and his MCL injury on August 29th won't help speed up the learning curve between the new quarterback and his receiving corps. As the passing game develops, the Chiefs must be able to run the ball, which won't raise hopes for fans -- the Chiefs running backs gained only 1,382 yards combined last season. Larry Johnson is aging and is always an injury question mark, while Jamaal Charles is a nice change of pace back but hasn't accrued enough carries for anyone to know how he'll fare long-term. Dwayne Bowe, who had 1,022 yards receiving last season, will turn into the featured target as the Chiefs will sorely miss Gonzalez. Heat Index: 4
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08 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Fox Sports: 2009 team preview: Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs have forgotten how to win football games.
The team's combined record in the last two seasons is 6-26. This comes from a franchise that won 102 regular-season games during the 1990s.

More than anything else, the new regime in charge of the Chiefs is working to re-create the habit of winning again. But general manager Scott Pioli and head coach Todd Haley have found out this is going to be a tough turnaround.

"Change is hard, change is painful, change is not easy," said Haley, who made things even harder Aug. 31 when he fired offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach Chan Gailey. "We're going to do everything here at the Kansas City Chiefs that we can to win championships. Right now, we're trying to lay the foundation for where we want to get to."

Haley decided the foundation wasn't going to set correctly with Gailey running the offense. Without detailing reasons for his decision, the head coach made it plain that his offensive approach and that of the highly respected Gailey did not match.

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08 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Tucker: Chiefs' defense is better than 0-4 record indicates

Buried beneath Kansas City's 0-4 preseason record and all the anxiety over a stinky offense, a bit of good news is trying to peek out.

A defense that was the main culprit in last year's 2-14 debacle is beginning to stir, showing signs of slowly returning to life. What's more, in a wild reversal of form, the Chiefs are even applying pressure to the passer.


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07 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Barry Richardson added to Practice squad

The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Monday that the club has added T Barry Richardson to the practice squad. Richardson played in six games for the Chiefs a year ago after entering the NFL as the first of the club’s two selections in the sixth round (170th overall) of the 2008 NFL Draft.

07 Sep 2009 by Flint Graves

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USA Today: Matt Cassel returns to Chiefs practice; no guarantee he'll play Week 1

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel (7) grabs his knee ...

Quarterback Matt Cassel appeared on Kansas City's practice field
Monday for the first time since injuring his left knee on Aug. 29, but his status for Sunday's opener at Baltimore remained unclear.

Cassel, who signed a six-year contract for a guaranteed $28 million, injured his knee on the third play of the third preseason game against Seattle. He was in full uniform Monday and did most of the conditioning drills in the short period the media were permitted to watch. If he does not start at Baltimore, the Chiefs would probably go with Brodie Croyle .

Coach Todd Haley was evasive whether Cassel would play Sunday.

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07 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Cassel Returns To Chiefs Workouts With Knee Brace

After trimming their final roster to the NFL mandatory 53 and taking the weekend off, the Chiefs returned to practice Monday morning. The most notable news was the return of quarterback Matt Cassel to workouts.

Cassel was injured less than two weeks ago in the third pre-season game against Seattle. Cassel left the contest with a strained left knee. He had a brace on that knee in workouts Monday.

It's still unclear if Cassel will be available for Sunday's season opener against the Ravens in Baltimore.
07 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Chiefs nab O'Callaghan off waivers

Patriots tackle Ryan O' Callaghan was one of the team's more surprising cuts.

That he ended up getting claimed off waivers by the Chiefs isn't surprising at all.  And we bet you could even guess the other team that put in a waiver claim on O'Callaghan: the Cleveland Browns.
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07 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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