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Chiefs Training Camp Headed to Missouri Western

The state of Missouri will host the Kansas City Chiefs traning camp for the next 10 years, and Missouri Western State University will host it for at least the first five years.

The official announcement came Thursday, as Gov. Jay Nixon joined MWSU President Robert Vartabedian, Chiefs President Denny Thum and other local and state officials at the college.

Under the finalized deal, the Missouri Development Finance Board awarded the Chiefs $25 million in financial incentives to relocate their training camp to Missouri, and the Chiefs agreed to contribute $10 million in proceeds from the sale of the tax incentives to help MWSU construct a new $13.4 million athletic facility on its campus.

The university has assured the Chiefs the new facility will be ready in time for the 2010 training camp session.

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18 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Succop, aka Mr. Irrelevant, signs with Chiefs

Former USC kicker Ryan Succop has agreed to a three-year deal with the Kansas City Chiefs worth a total of about $1.2 million, according to Joel Turner, Succop's Myrtle Beach-based agent.

The Chiefs picked Succop with the 256th and final pick of April’s draft, earning Succop the title of Mr. Irrelevant and an all-expenses paid trip to Newport Beach, Calif., for next week’s “Irrelevant Week” activities.

Kansas City is expected to announce Succop’s deal Thursday.

18 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Emptying the OTAs notebook: Dick Vermeil on Todd Haley, Brian Waters and the attitude adjustment

Former Chiefs coach Dick Vermeil, who led St. Louis to a Super Bowl title in 1999, made a long career out of doing things his way. Practices were exhausting, and mercy wasn't usually part of the equation. Like every NFL coach, he once led a franchise for the first time, something first-year Kansas City coach Todd Haley is charged with doing this year.

Vermeil understands Haley's obstacles, including getting the disgruntled guard Brian Waters to buy into the coach's message. Vermeil coached Waters early in the lineman's career. We spoke with Vermeil last week to discuss his thoughts on Haley's 2009 challenges, the Brian Waters situation and what the new Chiefs coach has to do to earn the team's respect.

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17 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: These five players left an impression in OTAs. These other five ... not so much

As the Chiefs hold their final offseason practice open to the media this morning, we reflect on some memorable moments. And some that were not so memorable. That's the way it has gone this offseason so far, with some reasons for optimism and some concerns, too. Some problems seem to have dissolved, and others have been overshadowed. Some problems just don't seem to be getting much better.

After two months of OTAs, here are 10 players who left an impression -- for better or worse.

THE GOOD

- QB Matt Cassel. The new Chiefs quarterback is accurate, poised and ready to call a team his own for the first time since high school. Cassel's accuracy is a welcome change in Kansas City, but the 27-year-old's tests will begin in training camp, when the offensive line has to address its problems and try to find some cohesion with or without Brian Waters.

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16 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson Ranks Chiefs' Linebackers 8th, 9th, and 10th in AFC West


8. Derrick Johnson, Kansas City: Johnson has been good in this league. He struggled last season. Perhaps the help Kansas City has given him at the position will revive him. He has good ability.

9. Zach Thomas, Kansas City: Thomas is nearing the end, but he is a leader and he always finds ways to make tackles. He'll make his presence felt.

10. Mike Vrabel, Kansas City: Like Thomas, Vrabel is nearing the end. But he is a gritty player, who'll make his share of plays.

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16 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Fromer GM Peterson Accepts New Position

Former Chiefs General Manager Carl Peterson has accepted a position with USA Football, where he will serve as the independent non-profit's new chairman.

Peterson will oversee the organization's board of directors following the death of former chairman Jack Kemp.
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16 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Chiefs coach Todd Haley ends practice two days early, cites progress

The Chiefs entered summer vacation early Tuesday, as coach Todd Haley ended offseason practice two days early. He said the team had made enough progress these last two months that players deserved a break.

"We've made great progress," Haley said.

That came with the condition, of course, that they keep up the work they had done in offseason drills and continuing to make progress toward their expected level of conditioning.

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16 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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BR: Chiefs Defensive Line Scrambles For Position

There are many meanings to the word "technique."

When it comes to describing a defensive line and its relevant formation, it is often indicated by number and defines a player's position. With that in mind, this is the first year in recent memory I can ever remember where EVERY defensive lineman will play a different position this coming season compared to the year before.

To me, this is both fascinating and mind-boggling. Lets look how this is "supposed to" play out (no pun intended).

Ron EdwardsóWill make the switch from defensive tackle to nose tackle. Probably will struggle. He needs to play lower as well as anchor, because he will take on the double team. I think his overall strength will determine just how effective he is. He should add maybe another 10-15 pounds of muscle. While many other players are shedding weight, he will be asked to gain.

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15 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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