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PFT: Jaguars talking about Thigpen

The brief, brilliant entertaining Tyler Thigpen era in Kansas City appears to be coming to an end.  The Jaguars have reportedly shown interest in acquiring the Chiefs' third-stringer, offering a fifth-round pick for him, according to NFL Network's Jason La Canfora.

The Chiefs are reportedly holding out for more, but getting that much value sounds pretty good for a player they don't have a lot of use for. (Pretty, pretty, pretty, pretty good.)

Perhaps the Chiefs feel like they can wait because they have received interest from other teams.  The Ravens reportedly inquired about Thigpen recently, while the Panthers and Bucs made calls before the draft.
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27 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Robinson: Haley, Pioli trying to reprogram Chiefs

Every day he wakes up, Dwayne Bowe(notes) thinks about it. The Kansas City Chiefs wideout drives to the practice facility in anticipation. He parks his SUV and ponders it. And when he finally sees coach Todd Haley, maybe in a corridor or coming around a corner, he knows how every minute of his day will play out.

“[Tuesday] when he saw me, he smiled,” Bowe said. “I knew it was going to be one of those days where he was [encouraging] me and not yelling so much. It was all positive. But if he doesn’t look at you, or he’s not smiling or talking, you know it’s going to be a [tough] day. Each day, you just never know.”

Asked if he ever thought about such a thing a year ago reading the facial expression of former coach Herm Edwards Bowe lets out a telling laugh and shakes his head.

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26 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Former Chiefs CB Eric Warfield gets 1-3 years for fourth-offense DUI

Former Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Eric Warfield has been sentenced to one-to-three years in a Nebraska prison for fourth-offense drunken driving.

Lancaster County District Judge Jodi Nelson also revoked Warfield's driver's license for 15 years. Warfield was sentenced on Monday.

Warfield, arrested Feb. 1, pleaded guilty to DUI and refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Warfield's three other DUI convictions were in Johnson County, Kan., in 2001, 2003 and 2004.

Warfield, who played for Nebraska during the 1995-97 seasons, spent eight years with the Kansas City Chiefs.

He sat out the first four games of the 2005 season for violating the NFL's substance-abuse policy, and he was cut in March 2006.

26 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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La Confora: Jacksonville and Kansas City talking QB trade

The Kansas City Chiefs have been talking to the Jacksonville Jaguars about quarterback Tyler Thigpen, according to a league source, but have been unable to come to an agreement to this point. Thigpen is stuck behind starter Matt Cassel, and with fellow backup Brody Croyle coming off a decent preseason performance and with him also having a close relationship with offensive coordinator Chan Gailey, Croyle has been the favorite to win the No. 2 job.

Thigpen has also shined at times in the past and did some nice things last season when starting for the Chiefs. He would welcome the opportunity to move on to an organization where he might have a better shot of getting on the field, according to a source. To this point the Chiefs have been seeking draft-pick compensation higher than the fifth round, according to a source, while the Jaguars have been dangling a fifth-rounder.

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26 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Haley Says Nobody Has Officially Made The Chiefs Team Yet


"Finally, it appeared, there was a breakthrough on the practice field. In the Chiefs' first session back in Kansas City after more than three weeks of training in Wisconsin, there was a single arrowhead sticker on one side of linebacker Mike Vrabel's helmet.

That meant, of course, Vrabel had made the team. Coach Todd Haley had back in the spring famously ordered the arrowhead stickers removed from the helmets for practice, saying players would earn them back when they made the team.

So for the first part of practice, it looked as if Vrabel, even with just one Arrowhead sticker, was the first real Chief. And it wouldn't be a poor choice. Vrabel in training camp has been everything the Chiefs hoped when they acquired him last winter in the trade with New England that also brought quarterback Matt Cassel.

But it was not to be. Midway through practice, an equipment guy grabbed Vrabel's helmet during a break and ripped off the sticker.

Apparently, it was an oversight. The Chiefs returned from their recent game in Minnesota in the wee hours Saturday morning and, in their haste, the equipment staff missed one sticker on Vrabel's helmet.

Still, no Chiefs player has officially made the team. Not Vrabel. Not Cassel and his multimillion dollar contract. Not cornerback Brandon Flowers, who is quietly having a fantastic camp. Read More

25 Aug 2009 by Flint Graves

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Haley says Bowe is making progress



Dwayne Bowe was in Chiefs coach Todd Haley's doghouse for a while, but on Tuesday Haley said he thinks the third-year wideout is heading in the right more

25 Aug 2009 by Flint Graves

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Haley Wired Up

Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley watches his team practice ... added a new video yesterday evening featuring Todd Haley mic'd up during a training camp session. 

Highlights include:
  •  Haley chastising Charles for fumbling the night before
  •  Coaching Bowe on WR technicalities: "Right now you have your chest over your ass over heels..."
  • Chewing out rookie Taurus Johnson for minimal effort
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25 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Chiefs aggressively try to fix O-line woes

We just found out something about new Kansas City general manager Scott Pioli: He is going to aggressively try to fix problem areas.

After the Chiefs' offensive line struggled in the first two preseason games, Pioli has made a move to improve both the starting lineup and the depth on the unit.

Pioli acquired guard/tackle Ike Ndukwe and guard/center Andy Alleman from Miami. Ndukwe started 15 games at guard last season and he was moved to tackle this season. He could push both guard Mike Goff and tackle Barry Richardson in Kansas City. Both Goff and Richardson have struggled. Alleman could potentially push for a starting spot at guard if Ndukwe wins the tackle job.

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24 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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