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Nielson: So far, so good for Walters with KC Chiefs

n Saturday Pierre Walters was just glad to tackle Tennessee State’s Javarris Williams again.

What the former Eastern Illinois defensive end would really like come Nov. 19 is to sit by Williams watching the ESPNU telecast with a friendly wager or bragging rights battle backing their former teams playing in a regular season finale.

That would mean both former All-Ohio Valley Conference players and NCAA Football Championship Subdivision All-Americans are still with the Kansas City Chiefs.

Walters, who received a free-agent invitation to the Chiefs shortly after last April’s NFL draft ended, figured he got off to his good start toward that goal in Saturday’s scrimmage during the Chiefs’ preseason camp at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
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09 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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FH: Derrick Thomas, Forever in Chiefs' Hearts, Forever a Hall of Famer

Derrick Thomas' induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame may have taken longer than his family wanted. It took longer than the loyal Chiefs' Nation wanted. In the end, their perseverance paid off even if Thomas is not alive to see it.

The Kansas City Chiefs' pass rushing legend, who was arguably the most feared defensive lineman of the 1990s, finally received his reward for an NFL-most 116 1/2 sacks on Saturday when his bust and legacy were enshrined posthumously in the Hall of Fame.

Thomas' NFL career spanned only 11 seasons, tragically cut short when he died on Feb. 8, 2000 at the age of 33 of complications from injuries sustained in a car accident.
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09 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: The induction of Derrick Thomas

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The induction of Derrick Thomas into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday night was highlighted by a video played on the big screen at Fawcett Stadium in Canton, Ohio.

Highlights from Thomas’ career, punctuated by the enthusiastic calls of Chiefs’ radio play-by-men Kevin Harlan and Mitch Holthus, were shown, and Thomas’ son Derrion, and mother, Edith Morgan spoke.

The video contained scenes of Thomas and Marty Schottenheimer and on the sidelines and in the locker room.

“Hey, DT, let’s go!” Schottenheimer shouted to Thomas as the defense took the field. “Three and out or a touchdown for us.”

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08 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Clayton: Cassel's presence impresses

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This town lived up to its name Friday morning. A downpour pounded the Chiefs for two hours as first-year head coach Todd Haley tried to steer the team through a tough practice. River Falls was Water Falls, resulting in dropped passes, occasional fumbles and receivers who slipped on the wet grass.

But playing in the slop didn't slow Haley, who called out mistakes by players or shouted at them to do better. A fumble or a bad play by the offense resulted in a penalty: Haley made the 11 players involved sprint to the end of the field and back.

After going 2-14 last season, the Chiefs need that.

Here are five things I learned at Kansas City's camp:

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08 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Up and down day for Cassel, QBs

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None of the quarterbacks were stars in today’s intrasquad scrimmage. Starter Matt Cassel threw two interceptions and fumbled for the second straight day. It was not one of his better practices of training camp.

"There were some good things and some bad things," Cassel said. "We did some really good things at times and there were a few balls that got away from me a little bit."

Cassel fumbled when he was hit by Larry Johnson, who was trying to pick up a blitzing linebacker.

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08 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Sacks, finally

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The Chiefs had only 10 sacks all of last season but got more than halfway there in the scrimmage alone. Derrick Johnson, Glenn Dorsey, Tamba Hali, Andy Studebaker, Ron Edwards and Turk McBride all would have put the passer on the ground had contact with the quarterback been allowed. McBride also forced a couple of hurried throws.
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08 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Long-range kicker

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Rookie Ryan Succop again proved one thing if he wins the placekicking job: The Chiefs will have plenty of range when Haley opts to kick a field goal.

Succop, with the benefit of a breeze, made field goal attempts from 53 and 58 yards. He also was given credit by the officials for making attempts from 34 and 38 yards, though Haley said he thought the 38-yard missed.

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08 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery To Open

 

The Pro Football Hall of Fame will soon unveil yet another new look. On August 8, amidst the pageantry and excitement of the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival, the museum will hold an official ribbon-cutting ceremony to formally open the new Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery.

The gallery is named in honor of the man whose vision and love of sports not only gave birth to a new league, but an international sports phenomenon he literally named. Hunt, who was enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1972, was the guiding figure behind the formation of both the American Football League and the Dallas Texans franchise, which later became the Kansas City Chiefs. He is also credited with naming the Super Bowl. The Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery will be dedicated to a single subject, the Super Bowl. Read More

08 Aug 2009 by Flint Graves

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