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Williamson's Chief's Notes

  • The Chiefs are still considering signing veteran receiver Ashley Lelie. The former Bronco and Raider worked out for Kansas City on Thursday. The Chiefs will see how their backup receivers perform in tonight's preseason opener against Houston before making a move on Lelie. He is a speedster who can help in the vertical game.

  • Interestingly, the deadline for teams to trade rookies has passed. San Francisco is entangled in a nasty contract battle with receiver Michael Crabtree. I wonder whether the Chiefs ever thought about putting a package together for Crabtree before the deadline. They need receivers and he'd fit Todd Haley's wide-open offense. Plus, the Chiefs have a slew of cap room. I'm sure the 49ers had no real interest in trading Crabtree. But as far as potential trading partners, the Chiefs would have fit fairly nicely.
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15 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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AP: Veterans Setting Tone for Youthful Chiefs

Mike Vrabel, prepares his headgear during NFL football training ...

Mike Vrabel lingered on the practice field, trading blows with the defensive line coach Tim Krumrie, pausing every few seconds to get instruction before wailing away again.

Most of his younger teammates had already headed to the locker room, yet there was Vrabel, sweat pouring off his chin, a 13-year veteran still trying to get better.

Chiefs Coach Todd Haley could not help smiling at the image.

For a young team, coming off the worst season in franchise history, this was exactly what Haley, the first-year coach, had in mind when he brought in Vrabel and all those other veterans to provide the foundation for the huge rebuilding project in Kansas City.

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15 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Three things to watch for tonight

The Chiefs open the preseason Saturday by hosting Houston. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. ET. The following is three things to watch in Kansas City's debut:

Matt Cassel: Cassel will make his debut with the Chiefs. He was just average in a scrimmage last week. A lot is expected from Cassel, so he needs to get off to a good start.

The pass rush: The Chiefs in 2008 set an NFL record for the fewest sacks in a season with 10. The team didn't add any proven pass-rushers in the offseason. Still, the defense needs to show some type of improvement in that area.

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15 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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BR: The New Look for Tamba Hali and Kansas City Chiefs

Switching to the 3-4 defense creates many problems for a team built to run a 4-3, it also makes some things easier.

By the end of the last season, it became very apparent that the team's No. 1 need was a pass rushing DE. With the switch in defensive schemes, this specific position is no longer needed. Instead, the need for a pass-rushing linebacker arose.

Lucky for the Chiefs (and the fans), Tamba Hali took the challenge head on to drop weight and work on his linebacking skills, and Mike Vrabel came in a package deal with Matt Cassel from the Patriots for our second round pick. 

Hali has indeed been hard at work dropping the necessary weight to play on his feet instead with his hand in the dirt.

Hali commented back in May about losing the weight, "I don't really need to be 275 pounds. I don't even need to be 260. Maybe I can be 250 like James Harrison or Shawne Merriman. I'm more comfortable at that weight anyway. Right now, We're looking for speed."

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14 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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AP: Tyler Thigpen and Brodie Croyle duel for Chiefs' backup QB spot


It must be tempting for Tyler Thigpen(notes) to sit around and think about what might have been.

Handed the chance of a lifetime last year when Kansas City's top two quarterbacks went down for the season with injury, Thigpen started 10 games. It was an unexpected opportunity for a third-teamer who'd been drafted in the late rounds out of tiny Coastal Carolina.

The first problem was the team itself: It was bad. A defence that set an NFL record by getting only 10 sacks, an anemic running game and assorted other problems led to a 2-14 record.

Out went the coach, then the general manager.

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14 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: The new Arrowhead forgets old stars

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I had the opportunity to take a tour of the new Arrowhead Stadium on Thursday, and there's a lot to like.

In fact, the $375 million renovation project, while still just 70 percent complete, is a lot cleaner and sleeker than the hodgepodge assault on the senses that is the renovated Kauffman Stadium.

Thankfully, there's no merry-go-round or miniature golf course or eye-blurring signage. And the wide concourses, new concession stands, additional rest rooms, club areas, party decks, the two football shaped HD scoreboards, sound system, and the 860 flat-screen TVs all around the stadium are all first-class amenities.

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13 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Chiefs make a snap judgment

The Chiefs switched long snappers Thursday.

The team re-signed Thomas Gafford. He played in nine games for Kansas City at the end of last season. He was released earlier this offseason as the Chiefs turned their long snapping attention to Tanner Purdum.

However, two days before their preseason opener, the Chiefs cut Purdum and re-signed Gafford. He is the only true long snapper on the roster and it appears he has the inside track at starting the 2009 season where he finished the 2008 season --- as Kansas City's long snapper.

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13 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Impressions of a Todd Haley training camp

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The Chiefs will head home tomorrow for their first preseason game on Saturday night against the Texans at Arrowhead Stadium. They'll return afterward for more Wisconsin fun next week before concluding training camp with a preseason game against the Vikings in nearby Minneapolis.

But the Chiefs have worked for two weeks in Wisconsin under new coach Todd Haley, so it's not too early to have an opinion of this camp. And it's been a good one, maybe the most productive Chiefs camp in my time covering the team.

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13 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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