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Sammie Parker Goes to the Dark Side

Per Bill Williamson

The Oakland Raiders reached an agreement Friday to add veteran wide receiver Samie Parker to their roster, a source said. Terms of the deal weren't available.

The signing of Parker followed news out of Raiders camp that receiver Javon Walker recently underwent a knee procedure. Oakland coach Tom Cable said he recently became aware that Walker had "follow-up" knee surgery, but the receiver is expected to be fine eventually. Walker will not participate in this weekend's minicamp.

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08 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: No Sign Of A Cassel Deal, Yet

On draft weekend, the guys at NFP dropped a bombshell that, given the other stuff that was happening, got less notice than it otherwise would have.

Per the on-air report from Michael Lombardi and online blurb from Joe Fortenbaugh, the Chiefs and quarterback Matt Cassel had agreed to terms on a six-year deal, with $36 million in guaranteed money.

Peter King of SI.com quickly disputed the information.

Nearly two weeks later, there’s no sign of a deal. 

So what gives?  I asked Fortenbaugh about it via e-mail, and he seemed to suggest that a deal is still coming.  “[W]hen the announcement is made,” he wrote, “the matching numbers should clear things up.”

I asked him whether this means that he believes the Chiefs and Cassel have a deal done, and that the two sides are merely holding it for now. 

Here’s what Joe said:  “[I’m] simply saying that when the deal is announced, any questions that are out there will be answered.”

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08 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs name Thum team president

Kansas City, MO (Sports Network) - The Kansas City Chiefs named Denny Thum as president of the organization.

Team chairman Clark Hunt made the announcement on Friday.

"Denny has been an outstanding member of the Chiefs organization for almost four decades, and we are very fortunate to have a person with his level of experience and expertise running the business," Hunt said. "I know he will continue to do a tremendous job in his new role as president."

Prior to his appointment as the interim president in December of 2008, Thum had served as the executive vice president and chief operating officer since May of 2006.

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08 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Did the Chiefs have a top offseason?

I know many fans of the Kansas City Chiefs are not completely satisfied with the team's offseason. Many fans wanted the Chiefs to get more defensive help and use more of their salary-cap room. The Chiefs still have about $30 million in cap room at this late date.

Still, ESPN's John Clayton thinks the Chiefs have had one of the 10 best offseason in the NFL. Fans are being asked to rank the top 10 offseasons.

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08 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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FH: New Chiefs Front Office Could Be Bad Fit for Former 1st Rounders

In the three drafts prior to Scott Pioli's arrival in Kansas City a few months ago, the Chiefs selected in the first round defensive end Tamba Hali, wide receiver Dwayne Bowe, and defensive tackle Glenn Dorsey.

For varying reasons, all three players could be elsewhere a year from now. Pioli, who came to Kansas City from New England, hired Todd Haley to replace Herm Edwards, and Clancy Pendergast to rebuild a defense that lost its way in recent seasons under Gunther Cunningham. This includes a switch to the 3-4 defense, a scheme Pendergast had some success with during the Cardinals' 2008 late-season surge.

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08 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: No more equivocating: Chiefs will run a 3-4 defense

With more than three months of comfort and a few more significant pieces added to the Chiefs’ puzzle, Kansas City can now make it official: The Chiefs plan to run some version of the 3-4 defense in 2009.

“We’re going to try variations of it,” coach Todd Haley said Thursday. “We’re not going to force square pegs in round holes.”

In the wake of the NFL draft two weeks ago, the Chiefs possess a few more of the round pegs that Haley had hoped for when he was chosen in February as Herm Edwards’ replacement. Haley noticed at the time that the Chiefs’ defense clearly had been built in past seasons with the 4-3 in mind. Haley said Thursday that he envisioned transitioning the Chiefs to a 3-4 team, but there was work to be done and the team has only begun to mark things off its to-do list before Kansas City could so much as say it might be shifting to the NFL’s most fashionable defensive scheme.

And for months, no one did say that was the plan. There were hints, sure, and evidence such as the hiring of Clancy Pendergast, who oversaw the 3-4 defense in Arizona, as the Chiefs’ coordinator.

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07 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: James shouldn't be a priority in K.C.

There is talk that the Kansas City Chiefs will look at Edgerrin James.

I think there are players available that would help the cause more than James would. The Chiefs should try to trade for wide receiver Anquan Boldin or they should sign defensive end Jason Taylor.

James wouldn't make a huge impact. The Chiefs have Larry Johnson who is a durable, big veteran. Where would James fit in?

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07 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Coach on the spot: Kansas City

Chiefs coach on the spot: Defensive line coach Tim Krumrie.

The Chiefs need improved play on the defensive line. Kansas City set an NFL record for fewest sacks in a season, with 10 in 2008. If the Chiefs, who have won a total of six games in the past two years, are going to improve in the first year of the Scott Pioli-Todd Haley regime, the defensive line has to get better.

Krumrie is one of the few holdovers from the Herm Edwards era. He has to get more production from his unit as it moves to a 3-4 defense.

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07 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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