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Jags claim former Chief's CB Tyron Brackenridge

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per an official Jaguar Press Release:

The Jacksonville Jaguars have been awarded third-year cornerback Tyron Brackenridge off waivers from the New York Jets today.

Brackenridge, 5-11, 189, was originally signed as an undrafted rookie by Kansas City in 2007. He played in 14 games with the Chiefs the past two seasons and finished with 20 tackles and two forced fumbles. He signed with the Jets on Feb. 19 and was waived yesterday.

A native of Pasadena, Calif., the 24-year-old Brackenridge was a two-year letterman at Washington State where he earned honorable mention All-Pac 10 honors as senior. He attended Upland High School in California.


20 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Offense is the Chiefs’ most pressing concern

I went to the Chiefs’ first full offseason practice wondering more about their defense, but I left with more questions about the offense.

Let’s start with the offensive line: Very thin without Brian Waters there. They’ve got two starters who are over 30 Damion McIntosh is 32, Mike Goff is 33 and both those guys had better hold up or the Chiefs might be in some trouble. Very thin as far as depth; very few proven experienced guys as backups.

The receiving group without Tony Gonzalez: I’m wondering, like everybody else, how that’s going to all play out. Dwayne Bowe dropped some balls and made some nice catches also, but he looked a lot like the Dwayne Bowe we saw last year. The Chiefs really need him to be more consistent because you’ve got Mark Bradley and Bobby Engram behind him. Engram is 36. Not a lot of depth there, either.

The running game with Larry Johnson: You’ve heard me say before the Chiefs need Johnson. He’s their running game. I didn’t really see a guy who’s capable of handling the every-down load like Johnson is. They used Jamaal Charles like they did last year as a third-down back.

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Williamson's Take

The Chiefs have some decent pieces on offense and that unit is definitely further along than the Kansas City defense. But there are questions on offense, for sure. The offensive line is unsettled and the passing game will miss Tony Gonzalez. However, new quarterback Matt Cassel has to find a way to produce or this will be another tough season in Kansas City.

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20 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Chiefs need Cottam to catch on at tight end

Brad Cottam steps into big shoes as KC’s tight end.
When his time with the Chiefs is up, Brad Cottam hopes he can be a reasonable part of any discussion comparing him to Tony Gonzalez.

He has a lot of work ahead before getting to that point, so the Chiefs new starting tight end knows that one at least for now is no contest.

“I already know I’m not going to have 100 catches like Tony would get every season,” Cottam said. “I’m a completely different player than he is. I’d like to think I’ll be able to take some things from his game. But I’m not going to worry about trying to keep up with everything he was able to do.”

Trying to keep up with Gonzalez is one way Cottam will never get his wish. Gonzalez caught at least 70 passes in each of his last 10 seasons with the Chiefs and more than 90 four times, including each of the last two years.

The Chiefs drafted Cottam in the third round last year to be Gonzalez’s eventual successor, but not with the idea he would be that kind of receiver. Cottam caught all of 21 passes in his four collegiate seasons at Tennessee.

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19 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Franklin Goes to the Dark Side

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Per ESPN's Williamson

The Raiders wanted wide receiver Will Franklin earlier this offseason.

This week, they finally got him.

Yet, the intrigue of Franklin has lost some of its shine. Franklin was just waived by Detroit, weeks after the team claimed him off waivers from Kansas City. He was a fourth-round pick by the Chiefs in 2008. He is the highest draft pick of that class to be cut thus far.

Kansas City cut him because he didn't fit the new regime's system. Detroit and Oakland both jumped on him. However, the Lions quickly decided he didn't fit their plan, either.

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19 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Rand: Matching wits and muscle

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Chiefs defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey finds himself, literally and figuratively, in a new position this year.

The fifth overall pick of the 2008 draft, Dorsey played right tackle in a four-man front last season. He was expected to be a force against the run and to now and then pressure the passer.

Instead, his rookie season was fraught with growing pains. Then came an overhaul that made the Chiefs a far cry from the organization that drafted Dorsey.

He has a new head coach, Todd Haley, and a new defensive system. A theme of defensive change was sounded loud and clear when Haley and general manager Scott Pioli used their first two draft choices on linemen. Clearly, no jobs up front were reserved for returnees.

The Chiefs defense remains a work in progess and Dorsey isn’t yet sure where he’ll fit. He could be an end or nose tackle when the Chiefs play a 3-4, or play his old spot when they insert a fourth lineman.

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19 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Vets continue to stay away from Kansas City

Veteran Brian Waters and Mike Vrabel stayed away from the Chiefs' offseason workout session Monday. They both stayed away from a minicamp last month. Tight end Tony Gonzalez also stayed away from that camp. He was traded not long after.

It is clear that is the avenue Waters, a Pro Bowl guard, wants. Waters has been unhappy with the new Kansas City regime. He is looking for a new home.

However, it may not be easy now that the draft is over. The Chiefs may want to consider moving Waters. He has been a strong leader in Kansas City, but with him staying away from these two (albeit it volunteer) camps, it means he is no longer interested being a leader in Kansas City.

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18 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Smith: Patriots TE Watson Would be a Great Fit in K.C.

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A challenging new chapter in the annals of Chiefs history will begin Monday during the first of this year’s six OTAs, as Kansas City sets out to find a replacement for Pro Bowl TE Tony Gonzalez.

In Atlanta, Gonzo has become the talk of the town and generated a buzz of optimism with regard to the Falcons’ possible return to the NFL’s post-season stage. While in K.C., without question the bar has been set significantly lower. Expectations, if there are any at all, focus partly on the Chiefs quest to find a player capable of filling the void created by Gonzalez’s departure. The leading TE contender for the Red and Gold is second year pro Brad Cottam.

Cottam, was selected by the Chiefs in the third round of the 2008 draft, he offers tantalizing size (6-7 269) to the position and seems to have a clear understanding of the daunting task that awaits him,

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18 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Waters, Vrabel absent from practice

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The Chiefs started off-season practice today without two starting players, guard Brian Waters and linebacker Mike Vrabel. Waters asked to be traded or released after a meeting with coach Todd Haley.

Neither was Vrabel's absence a surprise since
he skipped a mini-camp last month. The reasons for his absence aren't as clear as they are for Waters.

"We had 83 guys here, which was excellent considering (the practices) are voluntary," Haley said. "I’m not going to talk about who’s here and who’s not here. This is all voluntary.

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18 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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