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PFT: Patrick Surtain is waiting for a call

Veteran cornerback Patrick Surtain isn't quite ready to retire.

The 33-year-old was cut loose by the Kansas City Chiefs this offseason following the arrival of the new regime of General Manager Scott Pioli and coach Todd Haley.

Proclaiming himself to be healthy again after an injury-plagued season last year, Surtain wants to give it one more shot.

"I'm just waiting on a call," Surtain told Ethan Skolnick of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Surtain said he's willing to play either cornerback or safety.

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10 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Remembering Derrick Thomas -- what are your memories?

On assignment in Miami for a story on Derrick Thomas' legacy, I got to thinking about his impact on the Chiefs and the Kansas City community. I lived 1,000 miles from Kansas City when Thomas died after a car crash in February 2000, but the linebacker's death had a profound impact on me because of how the community and Chiefs fan base poured into Arrowhead Stadium for one last sendoff at Thomas' public viewing. I hadn't seen or heard anything like it, and it was touching and sad at the same time.

Even to me, it doesn't seem like it has been nearly a decade since Derrick's death. I'm sure it has affected many of you in much different ways, having experienced Thomas' influence on and off the field.

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10 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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SN: Chiefs preview

WHAT'S NEW

The head coach and quarterback are the two most important faces of a franchise, so you may have to do a double-take at the Chiefs this season. Todd Haley, whose star rose as the offensive coordinator of the high-powered Cardinals last season, replaces defensive-minded Herm Edwards as the head coach. And the Chiefs, who started three different quarterbacks in 2008, made one of the biggest moves of the offseason when new GM Scott Pioli traded for Matt Cassel, who was a viable fantasy starter (and a fantasy playoff star) while filling in for Tom Brady for Pioli's Patriots in 2008.

Both moves will seemingly bring more fantasy oomph to a 2-14 team that ranked 24th in yards per game and 26th in scoring. But there are big questions surrounding both: How will Haley's offense fare when he's not designing routes for Larry Fitzgerald and Anquan Boldin, and how will Cassel's stats look when he's no longer playing pitch and catch with Randy Moss and Wes Welker?

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09 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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BR: Glenn Dorsey: The Turning Point of the Kansas City Chiefs


Glenn Dorsey has come across after his rookie season as a bust to Chiefs fans.

Why? Because he didn't record 15 sacks and didn't go to the Pro-Bowl? Let me inform you that defensive tackles are one of the slowest positions to develop as a player, especially as a rookie. Not many D-tackles become rookie of the year.

Dorsey will be moving to defensive end due to the Chiefs going to the 3-4 defense. Dorsey is too light to be the nose tackle, and I agree. Dorsey should be able to record more sacks and tackles at his new position.

But is Dorsey fast enough for his new position?

He might need a year or two to adjust to his new position. I have no clue if he will become a Pro-Bowl D-end or a complete bust.

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08 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Former Chief Charged in Fatal Accident

Former Kansas City Chiefs player Rich Baldinger has been charged with a misdemenaor traffic violation in a June car crash that killed a Grain Valley woman.

Baldinger was charged Monday with operating a motor vehicle in a careless and imprudent manner involving an accident.

Tammy Dickinson, chief trial assistant for Jackson County, said the penalty for the charge ranges from one day to one year in jail or a fine up to $5,000, or both.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol say 61-year-old Marilyn Walters of Grain Valley was killed June 27 when the car she was in collided with a car driven by the 49-year-old Baldinger in Blue Springs.

Baldinger, an offensive lineman, played from 1982 through 1993. 

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08 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Adam Teicher and Vinnie Iyer : Chiefs camp countdown: Haley will rebuild around rising Cassel

Reporting date: July 30

New Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli is not afraid to make the bold move. Virtually everything Pioli did in his first few months with the Chiefs rocked to life what had been a stale organization.

Pioli hired Todd Haley as head coach even though Haley didn't have any previous experience at that position. He traded with New England for young quarterback Matt Cassel. He signed several 30-something veterans and made an unpopular trade that sent tight end Tony Gonzalez to Atlanta.

That's a lot for one offseason, but the Chiefs needed a breath of life. Pioli and Haley, the offensive coordinator the past two seasons with Arizona, are learning on the job so it's difficult to know what to expect from the Chiefs, who are trying to rebound from the worst season (2-14) in franchise history.

A lot of young players received valuable experience last season and some promise, so Pioli and Haley have a talented bunch to work with.

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07 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Video: Tony Gonzalez on joining Falcons

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06 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Branden Albert doesn't want us to say this, but we're saying it anyway


That Branden Albert, he's too modest for my tastes. He wants to win games and donate his time to community organizations and talk about the team instead of individuals.

Where's the "me" time? Or the self-promotion? Isn't this the NFL? Chad Ocho Cinco and Terrell Owens would take away Albert's players card.

I asked Albert last week whether it was too early to call him a potential Pro Bowler in 2009. This is what he said:

"It’s too early," he said. "I’m not going to toot my own horn like that. I’ve got a lot of work. That sets myself up for failure. I’m just going to keep working hard."

You might have heard this, but Albert has lost a few pounds. Thirty-six of them, actually. In three months. He's skipped the fatty foods and the long afternoons in the recliner and instead hit the treadmill.

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06 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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