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"Will to Succeed" camp returns to Lawton

Twelve-time Pro-Bowler,Outland Trophy winner, and future hall of famer Will Shields returned to Lawton Tuesday for the first day of his always popular "Will to Succeed" football camp.

About 100 young football players took to the turf at Cameron Stadium to learn the game from one of the all-time greats both on the field and off of it.

This is the 14th year Shields has held his camp in Lawton.

"Well I think growing up here in Lawton helped me a whole lot," said Shields, a Lawton High grad and Kansas City Chiefs great.  "I had a lot of different teachers, counselors, and family that were surrounding me when times were up and down there was always somebody that was a sounding board, the different pieces to sort of help."

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30 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Position-by-position analysis: Defensive line

It's interesting to think that, a little more than 14 months ago, the Chiefs' defensive line was a weapon that needed only cosmetic upgrades here and there. Jared Allen and Tamba Hali made up a terrific set of bookends, combining for 23 sacks in 2007.

Then Allen was traded, Hali was stranded, and yada, yada, yada, the Chiefs had a combined 10 sacks last season. Not only was that last in the NFL last year (and seven fewer than the hapless Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals), but it also was a league record for pass rushing futility.

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30 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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KC Star: Young Chiefs lineman Albert is trying to be a leader

I t wasn’t easy for Branden Albert to sit at the barbecue joint and take a pass on the ribs, the brisket, the pulled pork everything. It wasn’t easy to keep his mind on a strict offseason diet and exercise plan and ignore the meat-scented air and the colleague across from him, digging in.

“You’re sitting right there,” Albert said Tuesday, “and everybody’s enjoying the food.”

Everybody except Albert. Heck, even first-year coach Todd Haley and general manager Scott Pioli ran into Albert that day at Jack Stack. They wondered what the Chiefs’ most promising offensive lineman a second-year left tackle who reported in March to offseason practice at 341 pounds, 26 pounds heavier than his 2008 playing weight was doing at a barbecue restaurant. After Albert had done so well to lose more than 30 pounds, had his willpower already been put on the smoker?

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30 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Chiefs sign safety Mike Brown, add depth to secondary

The possibilities for newly acquired safety Mike Brown are many. He might wind up as a starter, could become the main backup to Jarrad Page and Bernard Pollard, or Brown could be released before the Chiefs get to the regular season.

Whatever his destiny, Brown’s addition gives the Chiefs something they’ve lacked: serious starting competition for Page and Pollard.

Each was handed a starting job by former coach Herm Edwards. Because of a lack of depth, neither was forced to play well in order to keep it.

If Brown, who agreed to contract terms Wednesday, plays as he did for most of his nine seasons with Chicago, that’s certain to change. Brown, 31, was one of the league’s top safeties and made the Pro Bowl in 2005. He made many big plays and is the Bears’ all-time leader in defensive touchdowns with seven.

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25 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Mr. Irrelevant on NFL Total Access

24 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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BR: Matt Cassel: The Next Trent Green

Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli thinks Matt Cassel is a franchise quarterback, and Josh McDaniels, head coach of the Denver Broncos, seems to think enough of Cassel that he drove away the franchise QB he already had.

So what exactly can we expect from Cassel?

Like Tom Brady, Cassel was drafted late, and allowed to sit and develop behind a very good QB (Brady developed behind Drew Bledsoe). Nevertheless, Cassel is unlikely to become another three-time Super Bowl-winning quarterback.

I think the best comparison for Matt Cassel is another former late-round draft pick  well known to Chiefs fans, Trent Green.

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24 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Denver claims receiver off waivers from K.C.

The Broncos claimed receiver C. J Jones off waivers from Kansas City.

Jones has New England ties, where he played for new Broncos coach Josh McDaniels. He was the offensive coordinator in New England and his first offseason in Denver has been highlighted by him signing several former New England players.

Jones was on New England's active roster for one game in 2008. He was on New England's practice squad for the entire 2007 season.

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24 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs pick up veteran safety Mike Brown

The Chiefs have agreed to contract terms with veteran safety Mike Brown. Brown, a nine-year veteran and a 2005 Pro Bowler with the Chicago Bears, could challenge either of the incumbents, Bernard Pollard and Jarrad Page, for a starting job.

Brown, 31, quickly established himself as one of the league’s top safeties after being drafted by the Bears in the second round in 2000. He is Chicago’s all-time leader in defensive touchdowns with seven.

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24 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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