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Chiefs Wave QB Ingle Martin

 

 

The Kansas City Chiefs waived QB Ingle Martin on Wednesday. The Furman product served as the third quarterback for five games and was inactive for one contest for the Chiefs in 2008.

05 Aug 2009 by Flint Graves

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Kansas City Chiefs Sign Free Agent WR Amani Toomer

The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Tuesday that the club has signed free agent WR Amani Toomer.

Toomer (6-3, 203) played in 190 games (142 starts) over the past 13 seasons with the N.Y. Giants (’96-08). He caught 668 passes for 9,497 yards (14.2 avg.) with 54 TDs and rushed 12 times for 110 yards (9.2 avg.) with a TD. Toomer holds Giants franchise records for receptions (668), receiving yards (9,497), TD catches (54) and 100-yard games (22). He has also added 109 punt returns for 1,060 yards (16.6 avg.) with three TDs and 15 kickoffs for 257 yards (17.1 avg.). Read More

04 Aug 2009 by Flint Graves

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Johnson Talks Haley/Pioli

 

 

 

August 1st - 2:06 PM

RB Larry Johnson ran with passion throughout the AM session, drawing applause from on-lookers for continuing runs 40-50 yards downfield after the whistle. He looks trimmed down, lighter on his feet and, quite frankly, he appears to be having fun.

Johnson talked following the AM session and implied that he is not only confident in the abilities of his new head coach, but that he has bought into the both the system and the offseason moves of Arrowhead’s new leadership as well. Here are some snips of what Johnson had to say.

“The coach (Todd Haley) is behind me and I need to keep coming out here and keep working.”

“I love Todd. He is somebody you can really be impressed with.”

“I like the organization I am in&hellipit is fun to have that camaraderie with everyone.”

“It’s great to have guys on your team that you are impressed with. I remember when I was a rookie watching LB Zach Thomas run up and down the field, it just feels comfortable.”Read More about Training Camp

02 Aug 2009 by Flint Graves

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Kansas City Chiefs face first test under fiery new boss Haley

The Kansas City Chiefs didn't get a leisurely day of meetings and meals to kick off training camp.

They ran. Not just a shake-out-the-cobwebs run. A timed run, the last part of their pre-camp physicals. Don't make time, don't practise Saturday.

Clearly, this isn't the pat-on-the back, glad-to-see-you greeting the Chiefs got from coach Herm Edwards. New boss Todd Haley is all business, all the time. His players will be in shape or they won't practise.

"In every situation, we're competing; everything is a competition," centre Rudy Niswanger said Friday. "Everything is a battle, and the guys are thriving on it."

Well, not everyone. A handful of players didn't pass their physicals and will miss Saturday's practices.

Haley didn't say which players didn't pass - defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey acknowledged he was one - saying only that it was a handful and not all were because of a failed conditioning test. No one was expected to be out long term.

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02 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Larry Johnson isn't angry anymore

Larry Johnson's career in Kansas City has been anything but peaceful.

His trademark scowl has surfaced because of playing time issues, contract problems, injuries, and trouble with the law. 

For a brilliant two-and-a-half year run in from 2005-2007, he was even one of the best running backs in football.

As those days recede further in the rearview mirror, L.J. seems to be adopting a different approach: He's just happy to be there.

A cynic would say that Johnson's attitude changed the minute the Chiefs won a grievance against him, making his 2009 salary non-guaranteed because of his suspension last year.

But to his credit, Johnson understood quickly it was no longer the team's job to impress him. 
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02 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Croyle back to practice

Quarterback Brodie Croyle, once the Chiefs' starter, returned to practice Saturday for the first time since injuring his knee during a game against Tennessee last October.

Croyle was around during the off-season but could't practice because of his rehabilitation. Croyle returned to a much different world than the one he left.

His biggest champion, Herm Edwards, is long gone. Edwards' replacement, Todd Haley, and the new administration aren't committed to any of the players brought to Kansas City by Edwards and former general manager Carl Peterson.

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01 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Zach Thomas says he and Mike Vrabel have formed an unlikely bond

Chiefs linebacker Zach Thomas said Saturday evening that he might not have expected it, but he and fellow linebacker Mike Vrabel are hitting it off.

The two used to be rivals in the AFC East, Thomas with Miami and Vrabel in New England. Back then, Thomas had a pointed opinion about his rival.

“I’ve always hated that guy,” Thomas said with a laugh. “He was in New England, and I was in Miami every year. I always thought he was a real jerk. But I’ll tell you what: I really like playing beside him. Being veterans, our communication clicks.”

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01 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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FH: Chiefs Looking for a Few Good Men (Who Can Catch)

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RIVER FALLS, Wis. -- In a Chiefs training camp awash in urgency and big changes, none is more glaring than the absence of tight end Tony Gonzalez, the do-everything signature star who no longer will dominate what's been a sputtering Kansas City offense.

Gonzalez, a 10-time Pro Bowler, took his prolific pass catching skills to the Atlanta Falcons after 12 seasons in K.C. But there is another veteran receiver in Kansas City who's eager to take up where Gonzalez left off.
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01 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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