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Chiefs refuse to say how badly Cassel is hurt

Brodie Croyle kept getting hurt and Tyler Thigpen seemed ill-suited for an NFL offense, so the Kansas City Chiefs traded for Matt Cassel and gave him a guaranteed $28 million contract before the first snap.

Now Cassel is hurt, Croyle is healthy and Thigpen is probably still ill-suited. But either he or Croyle could start against the tough defense of the Baltimore Ravens on Sept. 13 in the season opener.

Cassel injured his knee in Saturday night's preseason loss to Seattle and the Chiefs may be down to Croyle and Thigpen, who between them are 1-18 as NFL starters.

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31 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Haley will call plays on offense

Chiefs coach Todd Haley talked a month ago about the difficult decision he made to forgo calling offensive plays in Kansas City.

Something clearly changed over that time, leading to Chan Gailey being relieved of his duties Monday as offensive coordinator. 

It's unclear if Gailey will remain with the organization or whether the coordinator position will be filled.  But Larry Johnson told 610 Radio in Kansas City Monday that Haley will be calling the plays for the Chiefs.

The approach is different than what Haley's old boss Ken Whisenhunt did in Arizona, but ultimately it makes sense.  Haley's offensive philosophies appear quite different than how Gailey has traditionally run an offense.
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31 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: Here are some possible reinforcements

In the event Matt Cassel is sidelined for several weeks with his knee injury, there's another former Patriots quarterback on the market.

New England has released quarterback Kevin O'Connell, a third-round draft pick from San Diego State when Scott Pioli was with the Patriots.

O’Connell, 6-5, 230 pounds, is big enough to take the pounding Chiefs quarterbacks will be facing. He appeared in two games as a backup last year and completed four-of-six passes for 23 yards.

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31 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs announce that Chan has been "relieved" of his duties

The Kansas City Chiefs have announced that offensive coordinator Chan Gailey has been relieved of his duties as the team's offensive coordinator.

Implicit in the statement from the organization is that Gailey, while he's out as the offensive coordinator, Gailey might not be unemployed.

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31 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Carthon the Chiefs next offensive coordinator?

With Chan Gailey gone, the Chiefs need a new offensive coordinator.

With the regular-season opener at Baltimore only 13 days away, they need one quickly.

A perusal of the team's current coaching staff suggests a prime candidate for the job:  Maurice Carthon.

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31 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Source: Chiefs chop Chan Gailey

A source within the otherwise impenetrable walls of One Arrowhead Drive advises that the Chiefs have fired this morning offensive coordinator Chan Gailey.

Gailey survived the initial purge of assistant coaches after Todd Haley was hired in February.

It's unclear what has changed between then and now.

Gailey became a star in the mid-1990s, serving as the offensive coordinator of the Steelers.  After the 1997 season, he became head coach of the Cowboys, but he lasted only two years.
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31 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Breaking down the Chiefs' game

A look at the Chiefs' 14-10 loss to visiting Seattle:

The Chiefs didn't say what Matt Cassel's injury was other than he has a leg injury. It's believed that Cassel has a knee injury that is not overly serious. He departed after being sacked on the third play of the game and he did not return. The Chiefs are expected to next address Cassel's situation Monday. The Chiefs start the season in 14 days at Baltimore.

Cassel was brought to Kansas City for stability at the position after the Chiefs saw two quarterbacks do down with injuries last season.

Cassel's injury Saturday night was another indication of how the team needs much better offensive line play. This unit is a liability, and Cassel, when he returns, is going to have to deal with playing under constant pressure.

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30 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Cole: Chiefs QB Cassel could miss opener

Quarterback Matt Cassel(notes) could miss two to four weeks with a strained medial collateral ligament in his right knee, a source within the Kansas City Chiefs organization said.

Cassel, who the Chiefs acquired in a trade with New England this offseason, was hurt Saturday night in an exhibition game against Seattle. The injury is not expected to require surgery because MCL injuries usually heal on their own.

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30 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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