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Covitz: A peek into Andre Rison's strange mind

After wide receiver Andre Rison’s brief and star-crossed three seasons with the Chiefs, I shook my head and thought one day Spiderman would look back and regret how he squandered Hall of Fame-caliber talent.

I was wrong.

Rison is still delusional about his career. Just check out some comments he made in an interview with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution while appearing at a football camp.

Asked about his legacy, Rison said:

“Best receiver to ever play the game. I can’t show my highlights because I don’t own NFL Films, but all my coaches in college, in high school, in junior college, they all told me I could be the best. But they must’ve lied because that title was already given to Jerry Rice. Just because you have stats doesn’t mean you’re the best. Can’t nobody tell me that Andre Reed isn’t better than Jerry Rice. I’m seeing cornerbacks on the 75th anniversary team that I used to demolish. But I’m coming out with my own hall of fame.”

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16 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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UFR: Cassel extension: An analysis

Yesterday, I wrote how the San Francisco 49ers of the 1980s and the Dallas Cowboys of the 1990s turned from laughstocks into legends in a relatively short period of time. Both squads started off as bad as the contemporary Kansas City Chiefs. The common threads between the two franchises: New management and franchise quarterbacks. The Chiefs have new management. And, after today's signing of Matt Cassel, apparently they think they've found their franchise quarterback.

Certainly, Scott Pioli should know Cassel as well as any personnel man knows his quarterback, after having been around him for four years in New England. If Pioli believes in Cassel and you believe in Pioli, then you have to like this news as a Chiefs fan. Quarterback problem solved. No question marks about the most important position on the field.
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15 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Matt Cassel speaks on his new deal with the Chiefs, and some reported contract terms

You'll be able to read much more about Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel's signing of a multi-year contract in tomorrow's edition of The Star, including what it means for the team, Cassel and even first-year general manager Scott Pioli.

But for now, here is what the 27-year-old Cassel had to say about his new contract:

"I am honored and humbled by the faith that the Chiefs organization has displayed in me," Cassel said. "I would like to personally thank Clark Hunt, Scott Pioli and Coach (Todd) Haley for the chance to play in Kansas City on a long-term basis.

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15 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Clayton: Cassel's deal gives Chiefs long-term answer at QB

Matt Cassel might not be a big name in quarterback circles, but his signing of a six-year, $63 million contract Tuesday has huge ramifications for the Kansas City Chiefs.

1. It gives the Chiefs long-term security at QB: They surrendered a second-round pick to the New England Patriots for Cassel (and veteran linebacker Mike Vrabel). It was the 34th pick in the 2009 draft, so it would have been a horrible strategy to give up that pick and then lose Cassel to free agency next season if he has a good year. Plus, it also doesn't make sense to have him on the salary-cap books for $14.65 million this season when there was a chance to get a long-term deal. Right or wrong, Cassel is the player new Chiefs GM Scott Pioli believes is a franchise quarterback. Pioli had to get him signed to a long-term deal.

2. Cassel had to be signed to "the right number." Since arriving from New England himself, Pioli is trying to establish organization policy in Kansas City. In New England, Bill Belichick and Pioli established a system in which the players -- even the best players -- didn't get top dollar. They were paid fairly, but the Patriots wanted to make sure that they can afford to keep quality players on the team. They needed cap room to do that.

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14 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Chiefs ink Cassel to long-term deal

One day before a deadline that possibly didn't apply to him, Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel has signed a long-term deal with the team he joined in late February.

Per the Kansas City Star, the multi-year deal is expected to be announced today

Terms are not yet available.

Cassel, whose performance during the 2008 preseason prompted calls in some circles for him to be cut, was thrust into the spotlight when Tom Brady's ACL exploded during the regular-season opener against, coincidentally, the Chiefs.  After the season, the Pats slapped the franchise tag on Cassel in lieu of signing him to a new deal or allowing him to become an unrestricted free agent.
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14 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Andre Rison is still looking for attention

Former NFL receiver Andre Rison still considers himself to be the greatest wideout to ever play the game.

And he'll tell anyone who'll listen -- even if it's a sparse audience of youngsters who have paid to attend his football camp.

Per the Altoona (Pa.) Mirror, roughly 10 to 20 kids have signed up for the two-day camp to be held later this week by Rison, in conjunction with former Michigan State teammate and NFL running back Lorenzo White.

The event takes place at the satellite campus of the University of Pittsburgh, in Johnstown.

On the first day of the camp, Rison won't say anything about his on-field exploits.  On day two, he'll show them his highlight reel.
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14 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Position-by-position analysis: Quarterbacks

Remember when, in recent years, Chiefs fans would go into the season wondering who Kansas City's quarterback would be? The last two years packed the most confusion, but even before that, there was a sense that, well, this is as good as it gets. The Chiefs had Steve DeBerg or Elvis Grbac or Trent Green, and that was fine, but it was tough to envision those players becoming Pro Bowlers.

Now, heck, anything is possible. The Chiefs acquired Matt Cassel in an offseason trade, and, while he could become a colossal disappointment, he also could be one of the best passers in Chiefs history. No pressure.

But if nothing else, Cassel has given the Chiefs hope that a once-rocky position is now set -- if the 27-year-old reaches even the outskirts of his expectations and, more of a question entering this year, stays healthy behind a patchwork offensive line. We'll save the pass protecting discussion for another day, but it's worth mentioning that Cassel's talent will be tough to gauge accurately if he's constantly under pressure. But you knew that.

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13 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Former Chiefs trainer Wayne Rudy dies

The Chiefs announced Monday that the team's first head athletic trainer, Wayne Rudy, died over the weekend in Texas.

Rudy spent 24 years in that position after joining the Chiefs/Dallas Texas organization in 1960.

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13 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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