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FH: Todd Haley Isn't Afraid of Confrontation

I can understand why a room full of grown men might not respond well to daily dressing downs, particularly from a new head coach not much older than than they are. But that's the situation in Kansas City.

Herm Edwards got his walking papers after a 2-14 effort last season, which, inexplicably, was only half as many games as he won the year before. Scott Pioli, who replaced Carl Peterson as the team president and general manager, hired former Cardinals offensive coordinator Todd Haley to help turn things around.

The Chiefs got right to work on the rebuilding: they sent a second-round pick to the Patriots for Matt Cassel, giving them a franchise quarterback and somebody for Haley, whose success in Arizona landed him this gig, to build the team around.

But Haley's from the Bill Parcells coaching tree, and his brusque manner sometimes rubs people the wrong way. Like, say, Terrell Owens. (I know, I know, it's T.O., but just hear me out.) In 2006, as the Cowboys' wide receivers coach, Haley got into an argument with T.O. during a team meeting, Haley apparently leaked word of it to the media, and Owens didn't appreciate it because, according to this Oct. 2006 AP story, "Haley vowed since training camp that all internal matters would stay behind closed doors."
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14 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Chiefs coach Haley not the type to take it easy on his team

It was building inside Todd Haley, and nobody wanted to be counting clouds when the coach’s fuse expired.

Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe jumped when he didn’t have to and dropped an easy pass. Rookie tight end Jake O’Connell dropped a few, too. Thursday morning’s practice was a sloppy one: a 90-minute workout on a rain-soaked field and a group of players whose minds were veering toward vacation plans.

Then it happened. Another rookie made a mistake, and Haley’s patience clicked down to zero. There was an explosion. A loud recoil. And an unfortunate victim. Haley let the kid have it, and the rookie sulked back toward the huddle.

“I don’t know what happens to me out there,” Haley says later.

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14 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Green retiring after 15 seasons


Veteran quarterback Trent Green says he has decided to retire, Fox Sports reported.

Green, whose career was hampered by injuries, played for five teams over 15 seasons and spent last season with the St. Louis Rams as Marc Bulger's backup. The Rams released him earlier this year.

He was the Kansas City Chiefs' starter between 2001 and 2005, passing for more than 3,600 yards in each season. But concussions -- most notably, a frightening hit in the 2006 season opener -- slowed his latter career.

In 120 career games, Green completed 2,266 of 3,740 passes for 28,475 yards, with 162 touchdowns, 114 interceptions and a passer rating of 86.0. He threw for at least 24 touchdowns in three consecutive seasons (2002-04 ) for the Chiefs and led the team to a pair of playoff appearances, in 2003 and 2006, losing to the Indianapolis Colts both times.

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12 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson's Building Blocks


Matt Cassel, quarterback, Kansas City: Cassel likely will not be at this spot next year. The Chiefs quarterback will likely either shoot up the board or fall off it. We're going to see what he can do without the New England system and supporting cast.

Dwayne Bowe, wide receiver, Kansas City: For all of the problems in the AFC West, it does boast some nice receivers and Bowe is one of them.
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12 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Competition tight for Gonzalez’s old job

Tony Gonzalez is gone, and that’s not changing. That leaves a group of Chiefs tight ends fighting for Gonzalez’s scraps and the competition for whatever is left of those 100-catch seasons is fiercer than Kansas City coach Todd Haley might have predicted.

The starting job was supposed to be Brad Cottam’s job to take. Now, it could go to any of the Chiefs’ five remaining tight ends.

The way Haley sees it, that’s a good problem for Kansas City to have.

“We went from being thin,” Haley said this week, “to having a nice competition.”

It does mean that Cottam, Gonzalez’s heir apparent, hasn’t yet grabbed the starting spot after Gonzalez was traded in April to Atlanta. Haley said the position is open, and months could pass before the Chiefs have their man.

“We’ve got some guys who have some potential and look like they’re pretty hungry and are pretty serious about making a fight for it. He’s one of them,” Haley said, referring to Cottam. “There are some pretty competitive guys there who realize there is a window of opportunity and a legitimate shot.”

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12 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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FH: Whitlock Already Worried About Cassel

Jason Whitlock has reason to be concerned about Matt Cassel. He's the Chiefs new quarterback, doesn't have much in the way of experience, and will make nearly $15 million in 2009. Oh, and it's easy to be skittish when Cassel succeeds the likes of Damon Huard, Brodie Croyle and Tyler Thigpen.

Of the three, Thigpen probably has the most potential, but the new regime made it clear that he wasn't in their long-term plans when they traded for Cassel. But that doesn't mean Whitlock is convinced.

Specifically, he's worried that the Chiefs "have little interest in signing Matt Cassel to a long-term contract before the start of the season." There were rumors during draft weekend that the Chiefs gave Cassel a six-year deal ($36 million guaranteed). Untrue, it turned out.
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12 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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FH: Tony Gonzalez Admits He Was Incredibly Frustrated With Chiefs


Just over a year ago Tony Gonzalez asked for a trade. The Chiefs were coming off a 4-12 record, and Gonzalez, then 32 and a nine-time Pro Bowler, wanted to play for a winner. Can't say I blame him, really.

Nothing came of the request, Gonzalez was again the centerpiece of the offense last season, catching 96 passes for 1,058 yards and 10 touchdowns. Good news: Gonzalez was named to his 10th Pro Bowl. Bad news: Kansas City managed just two wins.

A year older and facing slim odds that things could get any worse, Gonzalez again asked for a trade. But unlike, say, Mr. Ocho Cinco, there weren't any crazed on-air demands or ultimatums, just a request to play elsewhere in 2009 if the front office could swing it.

Gonzalez even told new general manager Scott Pioli and new head coach Todd Haley that, "I'm on board. If you guys want me here, I'm going to play ball for you ... [but] ... Look, if you guys want to trade me, go ahead and do it. I'm on board with that too." Via NFL.com.
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12 Jun 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Chiefs coach Haley says Vrabel ‘excited to get here’

Linebacker Mike Vrabel is still not physically with the Chiefs, but according to coach Todd Haley, he’s with them in spirit.

While not being specific about Vrabel’s reasons for not participating in the offseason practices or workouts, Haley said Vrabel was on board.

“Mike’s excited to get here,” Haley said Friday. “I’m excited to see him in action and see where he’s at. We’ve been giving him the information, and he’s been working and calling and checking in.”

Haley said Vrabel would attend the Chiefs’ mandatory minicamp June 5-7.

The Chiefs acquired Vrabel in February through a trade with the Patriots. He’s pushing 34 years old and won’t have a long-term influence in Kansas City, but he’s expected to help the Chiefs transition to a 3-4 defense and give them another veteran linebacker to join Derrick Johnson and Demorrio Williams.

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22 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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