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Succop's spot not locked up yet

Kansas City Chiefs kicker Ryan Succop (6) practices during NFL ...
When the Kansas City Chiefs released Connor Barth just before the start of training camp, it appeared the competition for kicker was over. The job was rookie Ryan Succop's.

Not so fast.

Though he will get all the reps in training camp, Succop still has to earn his spot as the Chiefs kicker. Kickers at other teams' training camps, veterans waiting for another shot, even Barth-they're all still in the mix if Succop doesn't perform.

"He's got competition. His competition is just coming from guys that are out there right now, including Connor," Chiefs coach Todd Haley said. "Anything can happen."

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01 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Banks: Snap Judgments: Chiefs' Cassel at ease with role as face of franchise

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel passes to a teammate ...
IVER FALLS, Wis. -- Dispatches from the opening day of the 19th and final Chiefs training camp on the picturesque grounds of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls ...

I was lucky enough to catch up with new Kansas City quarterback Matt Cassel on Saturday, which was impeccable timing since it happened to be the first day of the rest of his career.

You know Cassel's deal by now. He's one of those classic overnight success stories that was years in the making. I know the Patriots didn't wind up making the playoffs last season; but for my money, Cassel winning 11 of 16 games still stands as one of the more remarkable feats in recent NFL history.

Tom Brady goes down with a season-ending knee injury midway through the first quarter of New England's opener, and in comes Cassel, the guy who hadn't ever started a game in the NFL or college. Almost everyone doubts he can do it, and when he does, almost everyone labels him a "system quarterback'' who only benefited from the Patriots' all-everything receiving tandem of Randy Moss and Wes Welker.

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01 Aug 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: The Chiefs' conditioning test is over. Most passed. Some didn't. Here's one who didn't

Chiefs coach Todd Haley has made it clear, again and again, that conditioning is a priority. It's a basic element of success, he believes, and it clears the way for coaches to emphasize more important and advanced issues during the relatively brief three weeks of training camp.

So when a likely starter fails the conditioning test, it's a tough thing to deal with. Defensive end Glenn Dorsey admitted Friday that he was among the handful of players who didn't pass the test.

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31 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Haley happy with conditioning

Though not every player completed his conditioning test today in the assigned time, coach Todd Haley said he was satisfied that as a whole, the Chiefs arrived at training camp in good physical condition.

"I was concerned (whether) guys during their little bit of time off continued to stay in condition," he said. "As a group, we did that."

Haley wouldn't reveal which players failed the conditioning test but said the Chiefs had a handful of players who won't practice tomorrow because of physical issues.

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31 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Dorsey understands what Tyson Jackson is going through


This time last year, it was Glenn Dorsey sweating through the final hours of a long negotiations process. He missed the Chiefs' first practice as part of a brief holdout, while former Kansas City president Carl Peterson and Dorsey's agent, Joel Segal, worked out the details.

So Dorsey knows what it's like for Tyson Jackson, his former teammate at LSU and the Chiefs' top pick this year. Jackson didn't travel with the team to River Falls, and he didn't take part in Friday's conditioning test. Team drills begin Saturday.

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31 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Several Chiefs Flunk Physical, Running Tests

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 practice 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 practice.

"In every situation, we're competing; everything is a competition," center 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.

"There were some surprises both ways, you could say," Haley said. "Overall, it was about what I expected. I was pleased. It's a difficult portion of the physical, and as a whole I felt pretty good."

The Chiefs knew what to expect.

After two years under Edwards, Haley has put his imprint on this struggling franchise with a foot to the backside. Mistakes are not tolerated. Excuses are even worse. Get it right or hear about it from Haley.

And you better be in shape.
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31 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: Rams put Chiefs on the clock

The St. Louis Rams have signed offensive tackle Jason Smith, the No. 2 overall pick in the NFL draft.

That means picks No. 1 _ quarterback Matt Stafford of Detroit _ and No. 2, Smith, are signed.

It also means the Chiefs' Tyson Jackson, the No. 3 overall pick, should be next in line.

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31 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Here They Come!

Kansas City Chiefs arrive for training camp (yahoo images)

Camp schedule...
30 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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