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Teicher: An Amani Toomer story

The Chiefs needed a receiver to stay after practice yesterday to catch some throws from new QB Matt Gutierrez. Normally, the veteran receivers scoot and some rookie gets stuck with the job.

Instead, 13-year veteran Amani Toomer stayed for a half-hour to run routes and shag Gutierrez's passes. Impressive stuff to me. Says something about Toomer.

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08 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Vick in Kansas City? Don't think so

Can Michael Vick really be an option in Kansas City?

Really, I don't think so.

OK, Kansas City is one of the few teams yet to publicly close the door on Vick, but that's no reason to think Kansas City is a major player for his services. Because of the secretive ways of new general manager Scott Pioli, the Chiefs don't talk about anything.

So silence on the Vick matter has to be expected.

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07 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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AP: Battle battling his way into lineup

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jackie Battle is used to fighting for everything he gets. Maybe that's why he's having such a good training camp.

New Chiefs coach Todd Haley has stressed competition in everything, from drills to scrimmages to conditioning. Battle has thrived in the never-let-down atmosphere, putting himself in position to make the 53-man roster.

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07 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Tyson Jackson to get $31 million guaranteed

Chiefs defensive end Tyson Jackson is on his way to training camp, and he'll be a very rich man when he arrives.

Nick Wright of KCSP radio in Kansas City has alerted PFT that Jackson's deal is for five years and $57 million, with $31 million guaranteed.  Jackson was the third overall pick in April's draft. 

Agents of other rookie holdouts, especially Seahawks linebacker Aaron Curry, will be examining all the particulars of Jackson's deal closely.

If the figures hold up, Jackson will receive only $2 million less in guarantees than number two pick, Rams T Jason Smith. 
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07 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Woodson laments loss of K.C. great Thomas

As Rod Woodson goes down the list of those joining him in this year's Pro Football Hall of Fame class of inductees, the former Pittsburgh Steelers defensive back stops to reflect when he reaches one name.

"Derrick Thomas and the tragedy that happened to him," said Woodson, referring to the former Kansas City Chiefs' pass-rushing linebacker whose career was cut short in February 2000, when he died after a car accident. "I wish he was still here to go in with."

It would've been something to see. For as fiercely as Thomas played the game, registering the most sacks of any player in the 1990s, he also was known for his outgoing personality off the field and for being one of the most charismatic athletes of his generation.

And his trademark grin - the one that could light up a place as big as Fawcett Stadium in Canton, Ohio - will be fondly remembered Saturday, when Thomas is inducted along with Woodson, defensive end Bruce Smith, offensive tackle Randall McDaniel, Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson and receiver Bob Hayes, who also will be enshrined posthumously after he died in 2002 at age 59.

It's the type of setting Thomas would've truly enjoyed.

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07 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Jackson Signed

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Per PFT:

Brad Biggs of NFP and Nick Wright of KCSP radio in Kansas City report that the Chiefs have agreed to terms with defensive end Tyson Jackson, the third overall pick in the 2009 draft.

Per Wright, it's a five-year deal.

The development could accelerate talks between the Seahawks and linebacker Aaron Curry, the fourth overall pick.  It's widely believed that Curry and the Seahawks were waiting on Jackson and the Chiefs.
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06 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Cassel ready on his own after Tom Brady's Franchise QB 101

Tom Brady cracked up when informed of former New England Patriots backup Matt Cassel's baptism by blog.

The new face of the Kansas City Chiefs was enjoying a relaxing dinner with wife, Lauren, at a Kansas City country club. That is, until the waiter dished about their menu choices and conversation.

"The first time I went up to have a bite to eat at the golf clubhouse, the guy who was actually serving the food wrote a full blog about what my wife and I had for dinner, what we were talking about," Cassel said.

"I was sitting there saying, 'What just happened?"'

Didn't Brady warn his offseason training partner to keep his head on a swivel off the field, too?

"No, Tom's got paparazzi running around after him," Cassel said.

Brady laughed that night from Foxborough, Mass., when asked about withholding his secret of how he and supermodel wife, Gisele Bundchen, have adapted under the microscope.

"I guess there's some things you have to learn on your own," Brady said.

Cassel's crash course in Franchise Quarterback 101 continues. His inspired play last season earned the 27-year-old a six-year, $63-million deal from former Patriots vice president of player personnel Scott Pioli, the first-year Chiefs general manager.

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06 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs Claim QB Matt Gutierrez off Waivers from New England

(He is seen wearing the #7)

The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Thursday that the club has claimed QB Matt Gutierrez off waivers from New England. Gutierrez (6-4, 230) appeared in five games in two seasons with New England (2007-08). He completed his only pass attempt for 15

06 Aug 2009 by Flint Graves

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