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Matt Cassel Injury Update: Kansas City Chiefs await tests

It seems as though the Kansas City Chiefs have been plagued with injury as of late. According to latimes.com, the worried and winless team launched a short work week on Sunday, whilst they are waiting for medical tests on quarterback Matt Cassel, as well as Brandon Flowers.

Cassel was seen to have limped off the field in Saturday night’s 14-10 loss against Seattle, after he was sacked on the third play. The extent of his injury was not known at that time. And Brandon Flowers hurt his shoulder early on in the first half.

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30 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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KC Chiefs 101: What are the 10 worst seasons in Kansas City Chiefs history?

The Kansas City Chiefs have a winning history, coming out on top in more than 50 percent of the 761 games the team has played over its 49-year history. But that doesn’t mean there haven’t been some terribly gloomy times along the way.

The 1970s was arguably Kansas City’s worst decade of the five the Chiefs have been in professional football, at least on paper. During the decade of the ‘70s, the Chiefs won 66 games, lost 84 and played to two ties, a .430 winning percentage. But the 15-year period between 1974 and 1988 was even more dour. During those 15 years, Kansas City compiled a dismal record of 86-137, which works out to a .390 winning percentage. Moreover, 9 of the Chiefs 11 worst seasons all-time came during this time period. The 1970s were the only decade in the Chiefs’ history in which the team did not make more than one playoff appearance.

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30 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Cassel x-rays negative

The good news for Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel is that x-rays on his injured left leg are negative.

The reality is that x-rays don't tell doctors much if anything about ligaments and cartilage.

So we know that Cassel's leg isn't broken.  We don't know whether any ligaments are torn.

Though reports don't indicate that Cassel will have an MRI, we can't imagine why the Chiefs wouldn't rule out ligament tears.
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30 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs quarterback Cassel leaves with injury

Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel (FSY) left the field favoring his left leg after being sacked on the third play of Kansas City's game against Seattle on Saturday night.

Cassel was sacked by Brandon Mebane (FSY) on the first passing play. He appeared to have a problem with his left leg, but came off the field unassisted before being replaced by Tyler Thigpen (FSY). A team spokesman said Cassel's return was questionable.

Cassel signed a long-term contract with a guarantee of $28 million after being acquired in an offseason trade with New England.

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29 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Cassel leaves game with leg injury

Kansas City quarterback Matt Cassel has gone to the locker room with an apparent left leg injury after being injured on a sack early in the game against Seattle on Saturday night.

There is no indication if the injury is serious or not. Cleary, a major injury to Cassel would be devastating to the Chiefs. Cassel was brought to Kansas City to be the team's franchise quarterback. The team gave Cassel a contract extension this summer that will pay him $40 million for the next three years.

Let hope for everyone's sake in Kansas City that the injury is not serious.

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29 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Cooper: Jaguars Trying to Trade for Chiefs' Backup QB Tyler Thigpen

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Tyler Thigpen went from third-team quarterback to the first team in the span of one week last year. But even after he put together a pretty solid season as the Chiefs fill-in starter, it looks like he's gone from starter back to the third team this fall.

With Matt Cassel installed as the team's new franchise quarterback, and Brodie Croyle apparently beating Thigpen out for the No. 2 job, Thigpen is slated to be one of the most experienced No. 3 quarterbacks in the league, which is why he's drawing plenty of trade interest.
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28 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Larry Johnson says better supporting cast improves his attitude

Kansas City Chiefs runningback Larry Johnson looks for running ...

Larry Johnson knows the line he’s walking, and he knows how close he came this last offseason to crossing it. The Chiefs’ occasionally unhappy, occasionally outstanding running back said Thursday that he realized the team could have given up on him during a tumultuous series of months.

“If they wanted to get rid of me,” Johnson said Thursday, “they had a chance to get rid of me.”

The Chiefs held on to Johnson, whose attitude since last season’s finale ranged from sour to desperate to optimistic or something like it. There’s no doubt that Kansas City needs Johnson’s rushing skills. He’s a big, experienced back who still knows how to exploit weak defenses. A healthy and motivated Johnson could help a Chiefs offense that has few star players, and he also is an essential part of lifting some pressure from quarterback Matt Cassel’s shoulders.

It was the addition of Cassel, and several other promising players, that helped improve Johnson’s attitude, he said Thursday. He said the Chiefs’ blind reliance last year on young players created a culture of losing and the belief that awful seasons are acceptable for a rebuilding team. Johnson said Thursday that he never agreed with former coach Herm Edwards on that philosophy. Now, Johnson said, the Chiefs’ locker room is filled with known players, some of whom have won at the highest level.

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27 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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USA Today: Kansas City Chiefs Team Report

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If there were any doubts that the Chiefs reached a desperate stage in improving their wide receiver group, the signing of Ashley Lelie should end those.

The duo of Scott Pioli and Todd Haley are doing anything and everything they can to increase the talent level, and that includes signing a guy that has played for four different teams in seven seasons. Lelie has been one of the great first-round draft pick under-achievers in this decade. He came out of the University of Hawaii with speed, speed, speed, supposedly running the 40-yard dash in 4.27 seconds.

Seven years later, what does the 29-year old Lelie bring the Chiefs? Does he still have his speed? Why will he succeed in Kansas City when he was inconsistent in Denver and failed in Atlanta, San Francisco and Oakland? Since he was traded away by the Broncos during a preseason contract holdout, Lelie has played in 43 games and caught a total of 49 passes for 742 yards and three touchdowns for three different teams.

Not exactly the recent resume of a difference maker the Chiefs so desperately need at the position.

"I think he's healthy and he's a little different (style) than anything we have," said Haley. "He's a long, lean guy with some speed, with some potential top end speed. I thought it was a chance to get somebody in here that's a little different than what we had."

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27 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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