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Williamson: Several second-day picks have chance to play

Alex Magee, DT, third round, Purdue: The stout Magee may get a chance to start as the nose tackle in the Chiefs' new 3-4 scheme. The team believes he is ready to contribute. Don't expect spectacular numbers, but Magee has a chance to be nice anchor on the Chiefs' line.

Quinten Lawrence, WR, sixth round, McNeese State: Lawrence is a project, but he has elite speed and he could get a chance to be the Chiefs' returner right away.

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06 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Pro Football Hall of Fame will unveil Hunt exhibit

The Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, plans to hold a ribbon cutting for its latest exhibit, the Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery, during it’s annual enshrinement festival on Aug. 8.

Hunt was the founder of the Dallas Texans, a team that later became the Kansas City Chiefs. He helped found the American Football League and later merged it with the National Football League. Hunt also is credited with naming the Super Bowl.

The new exhibit includes interactive video kiosks highlighting every Super Bowl. It is part of a $2.4 million renovation and modernization project at the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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06 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Will Mike Brown Be The Chiefs' Rodney Harrison?
Jason Whitlock of the Kansas City Star raises an intriguing question regarding the recent acquisition of safety Mike Brown by the Chiefs.

Will Brown become in K.C. a Rodney Harrison-type presence in the Chiefs' defense?

Whitlock points out the similarities between the two.  Both left cities in which they were long-term fixtures, and both faced questions as to whether they had anything left.

Harrison proved that he did, spending six years with the Patriots and winning two Super Bowl rings.

For Brown, it remains to be seen whether he can still bring the hammer and, more importantly, whether he can do so without getting himself hurt.
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05 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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BR: Kansas City Chiefs 2009 Preview

2008 Summary:
The Kansas City Chiefs entered last season as the youngest team in the National Football League and showcased this youth and inexperience with a flurry of close games that they could not quite finish.

During the beginning portion of the season however, the Chiefs were abysmal. Many pundits thought they, and not the Lions and Rams, were the worst team in the league. Behind the potent combination of Brodie Croyle and Damon Huard the Chiefs started the season 1-5 with their lone win coming against division rival Denver.

It was then that they decided the season was obviously not going to end in a postseason run and the keys were turned over to young Tyler Thigpen, a quarterback that excelled in a spread offense but struggled mightily under center.

To Thigpen's credit, following his first action against Atlanta, the young signal caller showed a lot of progress the rest of the way and at the least made the Chiefs a difficult game on the schedule for many playoff contenders.

However, thanks in large part to a defense that was historically bad at rushing the passer—as a unit they managed only 10 sacks for the entire season—the Chiefs finished the 2008 season 2-14, with Thigpen going 1-10 as a starter.
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04 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Here's the one position the Chiefs needed to upgrade -- and didn't (yet)

If I could look back and consider what I thought the Chiefs' top needs were entering the 2009 season, they would be a little something like this:

1. Quarterback
2. Linebacker
3. Right tackle
4. Wide receiver
5. Right guard

Probably earlier this year, pass rusher would've fallen fairly high on that list, too, but the change to the 3-4 defensive front sort of changes the definition of what a true pass rusher is and where sacks typically come from. In the 4-3, rush ends accumulate most of the sacks. In the 3-4, typically linebackers are freed up to chase the quarterback while linemen are occupying offensive linemen -- most of the time, anyway.

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03 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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BR: Brandon Albert Is Ready for the Pro Bowl

In last year's draft, the Kansas City Chiefs moved up to the 15th pick in the first round and draft Virginia product Branden Albert. This was a move the Chiefs sorely needed to make as selecting this left tackle would help improve their bad offensive line.

Branden went on and started 15 games in his rookie season, as he missed one game due to an elbow injury. All in all, Albert had a very successful first season in the NFL. Sure, the Chiefs had their struggles early on, but as the season came along, Albert provided good protection for Tyler Thigpen to throw the football.


Upgrades in the Offseason

The Cardinals' old offensive coordinator and new Chiefs head coach Todd Haley continued to revamp the O-line this offseason. By adding Mike Goff and Eric Ghiaciuc to the team, he has truly brought a strong veteran presence on board.

Guard Mike Goff comes over from the San Diego Chargers, where, for the last five seasons, he did not miss a start in the team in powder blue. He also played a full 16 games for the Bengals the season before he became a Charger.

Center Eric Ghiaciuc comes over from the Cincinnati Bengals, where he also did not miss a start last season.

Having these "healthy" vets on the team will help take pressure off of Brandon Albert and the rest of the offense, as the Chiefs look to compete once again.

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02 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs GM Named "Personnel Man of the Decade"

CHIEFS GENERAL MANAGER SCOTT PIOLI NAMED “PERSONNEL MAN OF THE DECADE”, with input from NFL coaches and scouts as well as research compiled from the network itself, has released its All-Decade awards as part of a week-long celebration it calls “All-Decade Week.” Among those honored is Kansas City Chiefs General Manager Scott Pioli, who was named “Personnel Man of the Decade” by ESPN’s Matt Mosely, who put together the final list for the all-sports network.

Pioli was named the fifth General Manager in Kansas City Chiefs history by Chairman Clark Hunt on January 13th. Long considered one of the league’s brightest player personnel evaluators, Pioli has justifiably earned a reputation as one of the NFL’s top executives. He joined the Chiefs after serving with the New England Patriots for nine years (2000-08).

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02 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Position-by-position analysis: Wide receivers

This really isn't designed to be the all-weakness showcase, and we promise to eventually get to a position the Chiefs are in good shape at. But by my count, there might only be three truly solid position groups. Can you guess which three I'm thinking about?

Well, while you're thinking, let's knock out another group that might have some trouble in 2009. It's not that there isn't enough talent here. No, there's plenty of that. It's just that none of the Chiefs' wide receivers are exactly where they need to be. And with Tony Gonzalez having been traded -- here's another promise: We won't be dwelling on Gonzalez in this entry -- the team just doesn't have as many reliable options as it would like.

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02 Jul 2009 by Ryan Luis

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