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Kansas City Chiefs Tamba Hali Secures Top Spot on ‘Rising Sports Stars’ Ranking

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RVINE, CA. (Daniel Johnson, Missouri Sports Magazine) - Linebacker for the Kansas City Chiefs Tamba Hali, or better known to fans as TambaHawk, has earned the top spot on Brand Affinity Technologies’ monthly ranking of ‘Rising Sports Stars,’ which calculates those with the most significant leap in popularity during the previous thirty days. Hali helped the Chiefs to victory against the favored San Diego Chargers last month with two sacks and a forced fumble.
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03 Dec 2011 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Chiefs, Brandon Flowers agree on long-term deal

The Chiefs have signed another one of their defensive starters to a long-term deal.

Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star reports that the team has agreed to a contract extension with cornerback Brandon Flowers. Flowers, a starter since the team made him a second-round pick out of Virginia Tech in 2008, was set to become a free agent after the season. Terms of the deal are not yet known.

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17 Sep 2011 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: In praise of Suh

The Chiefs will get an up close and personal look at all-world defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh on Sunday when they play the Lions in Detroit. Suh had a dominant rookie season last year when he collected 10 sacks and was fourth on his team in tackles.

Suh’s sophomore season didn’t get off to a great start last week. His stat line read all zeroes for last week’s win over Tampa Bay.

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15 Sep 2011 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: Sorry special teams

The Chiefs special teams let them down in a big way on Sunday, starting with Dexter McCluster fumbling the opening kickoff and setting up Buffalo’s first touchdown.

Punter Dustin Colquitt shanked a 27-yard punt and a 36-yarder that was Roscoe Parrish returned 28 yards. And in his only field goal attempt, kicker Ryan Succop was wide right from 49 yards.

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14 Sep 2011 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Berry's injury could conjure memories of 2009 defense

The Chiefs lost perhaps their most indispensable defensive player Sunday, when Eric Berry suffered a season-ending ACL injury. A short while later, the team watched as its defense looked painfully like the one that was continually torched during the 2009 season, when the Chiefs went 4-12.

That year, Kansas City had Mike Brown and Jon McGraw as its safeties. Brown was awful, and McGraw often had trouble keeping up with the league's better offensive players. In each game, the Chiefs' safety situation created an advantage for offenses. The team allowed 16 plays of at least 40 yards, the third-most in the league.

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14 Sep 2011 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: The Chiefs were Week One’s biggest losers

The Chiefs lost Week One. No team suffered as embarrassing a result.  No playoff team from a year ago was reeling more after only one week.

Kansas City was my pick for this honor even before we knew safety Eric Berry, one of the team’s best players, was lost for the season.  The Chiefs lost more than a game in in their 41-7 loss to the Bills at Arrowhead, which should be one of the best home field advantages in the league.

We always hear the preseason doesn’t matter.  And then the most ill-prepared looking team in the preseason became the most ill-prepared looking team in Week One.  The Chiefs were shell-shocked.

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14 Sep 2011 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Bill Muir will call plays in Kansas City

When Charlie Weis left the Chiefs, it was believed that head coach Todd Haley would take on a bigger role with the offense again.

Instead of hiring someone outside their system, the Chiefs promoted line coach Bill Muir, who had never called plays before.  He’s going to call plays now, though.

“It’s a group contribution of what we like, where we like it, and kind of place that along the call sheet. But ultimately it will fall to Bill to make those decisions,” Haley announced Wednesday.

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09 Sep 2011 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: The Cassel saga is losing its drama

All doubts seemed to disappear today that Matt Cassel would start at quarterback Sunday when they open their regular season against Buffalo at Arrowhead Stadium.

The Chiefs returned to practice after a day off and Cassel was a full participant.

''No doubt in my mind,'' Cassel said when asked if he would play. “I feel good. I feel like I’m ready to go.

''Come you-know-what or high water, I’m going to be out there.''

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09 Sep 2011 by Ryan Luis

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