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Chiefs still looking for answers

Here's how the final preseason game usually plays out: the starters hang around the sideline yukking it up in baseball caps while players most people have never heard of battle for the final roster spots.

Coaches and the most die-hard of fans love it. Might as well be a sandlot game for most everyone else.

It'll be a little different for the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night in St. Louis against the Rams.

The Chiefs need to figure out who'll open the season at quarterback. Starter Matt Cassel is out with an injury they won't talk about and neither Brodie Croyle nor Tyler Thigpen has distinguished himself as a clear-cut favorite to take his place.
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02 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Burke: Amani Toomer Odd Man Out in K.C.

After 13 years with the New York Giants, Amani Toomer spent this offseason searching for a team to finish his career with and landed in Kansas City. Now, less than two weeks before the NFL season begins, Toomer's hunt will begin anew.

The Chiefs cut the 34-year-old veteran on Tuesday -- part of Kansas City's effort to get down the mandated 75-man roster limit by the close of Sept. 1 -- which could mean the end of the line for Toomer's career.

K.C. brought Toomer aboard at the start of August as the team stockpiled veteran talent -- the Chiefs signed Bobby Engram in March, and Ashley Lelie a couple of weeks after Toomer.
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01 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs Release Boone

The Chiefs today released veteran defensive end Alfonso Boone, a former starter.

Boone began training camp as the starter at left defensive end but eventually relinquished his spot to Tyson Jackson, the Chiefs first-round draft pick. Boone was the one squeezed out after the Chiefs drafted Jackson and Alex Magee with their first two picks this year and moved Glenn Dorsey to tackle.

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01 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Croyle to start vs. St. Louis

That's what Todd Haley told the two top available quarterbacks, Brodie Croyle and Tyler Thigpen. Haley later said how much Croyle would play could depend on how well he plays against the Rams.

The bigger picture is a starting quarterback for the season opener Sept. 13 in Baltimore assuming Matt Cassel won't be available. That decision could be based on results Thursday in St. Louis.

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01 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Whitlock: KC move reeks of desperation

We know that 22 guys off the street can win two regular-season NFL games. What we don’t know is how many coaches it takes to win one NFL exhibition in Kansas City.

Well, we do know Todd Haley believes the Chiefs can beat the St. Louis Rams on Thursday night without offensive coordinator Chan Gailey.

Yesterday morning, Kansas City’s first-year head coach ended a doomed experiment just 13 days before the start of the regular season.

Chan Gailey as offensive play-call suggester was the second-dumbest idea implemented during the brief Scott Egoli era. The dumbest, of course, was signing a Sixty Million Dollar Man to play quarterback and giving him three dollars of pass protection and a collection of three-dollar targets.

Despite their rich football bloodlines, we can now officially say that Haley and Egoli are learning on the job.

If firing a proven and respected offensive coordinator on the last day of August was the right thing to do, then it would have been even more right on the first day of February.

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01 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Thigpen closer to starting for chiefs

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01 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Lutz: Decisions by Haley, Glass don't make sense

I envy people with clarity. It's a rare knack to be able to look at a situation and know its resolution. I lack clarity, among other things.

Todd Haley and Dan Glass, apparently, do not.

Based on the moves they made Monday in Kansas City, Haley and Glass can see clearly now. They can see all obstacles in their way. Gone are the black clouds that had them blind.

Haley, the first-year coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, relieved offensive coordinator Chan Gailey of his duties less than two weeks before the team's opener at Baltimore.

Haley, who ran the offense for Arizona last season (or was it Kurt Warner, Larry Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin who ran that offense?), is taking over the Chiefs' offense for the time being.

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01 Sep 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Rosenhaus says Zach Thomas isn't retiring

In response to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter that veteran linebacker Zach Thomas will retire this week, agent Drew Rosenhaus says that Thomas will not be retiring.

Says Rosenhaus, via Twitter:  "Zach Thomas is not retiring.  He is progressing from his injury & he fully expects to have a great season with the Chiefs in 09."

So what gives?  Well, it might just be a matter of semantics.  Schefter said that Thomas will retire or reach an injury settlement or be cut.
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31 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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