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NFL.com's Wyche Grades the Chief's Draft

Kansas City Chiefs: C+

Like the Rams, this roster is being overhauled, so the draft picks will be asked to contribute early and learn on the job. The Chiefs properly addressed the defense with DE Tyson Jackson, DT Alex Magee and CB Donald Washington with the first three picks. Look for defensive coordinator Clancy Pendergast to turn last season's first-rounder, DT Glenn Dorsey, into a Darnell Dockett-like hellion. The offense could be an issue, but coach Todd Haley is about as creative a play designer and caller as there is.

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02 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Will the decision to go for a championship cost Gonzalez some fans?


Tony Gonzalez isn’t the first to leave a team in hopes of getting his hands on a trophy. Other notable players who tried, C10

Tony Gonzalez tried to be delicate. It was an ending, and those conversations are never easy. So Gonzalez slipped on a dark blazer, a pair of dress shoes and a smile.

“The right way,” he said, and that’s how began his goodbye.

It was Tuesday morning on the top floor of a midtown hotel. The conversation lasted 30 minutes or so, Gonzalez saying that he “grew up” in Kansas City and became an NFL legend with the Chiefs. Some good memories made, some bad ones temporarily forgotten. But he left no doubt: Those turbulent times, the losing seasons and the spats with management had made this divorce necessary.

“I really wish I could’ve been a part of something more special,” Gonzalez said. “This was special, but I wanted to be a part of bringing a championship to this city. Because they deserve it. The guys on the team, we’ve worked our butts off. But that’s the NFL. That’s how it goes. It’s unfortunate. We’ll see if I can get it in Atlanta.”

 

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02 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Crone: Pioli needs to stick with his plan for Chiefs

The NFL draft always brings a lot of excitement to football fans.
I’m not sure that Todd Haley is the coach the Chiefs have been looking for since the Marty years but without question, the new general manager, Scott Pioli has a plan and he is going to stick to it.
The past six to eight years the Chiefs appeared confused when draft day came along. Peterson seemed to just pick someone whether the player did or did not fit into the plan for the team. His picks are historically documented. Pioli did a super job of adhering to the new 3-4 defense for the Chiefs. Three picks in the draft will allow them to effectively run this defense.
Tyson Jackson filled a huge defensive need, Alex Magee can help play at the nose, and the new corner selected in the fourth round will complete the nucleus they need.
In order to win in the NFL three must haves are (1) quarterback, (2) defense and (3) offensive line. Scott Pioli has done a great job in trading for Matt Cassel in the quarterback position and in building the defense with draft picks and trades.

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02 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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OWCZARSKI: Chief reason for optimism

Alex Magee was minutes away from becoming a Chicago Bear, but instead will help revitalize a Kansas City Chiefs franchise that has made the playoffs just twice since the turn of the century.

The Oswego native was picked by the Chiefs with the 67th overall selection in Sunday's third round of the NFL draft, and the Bears picked San Jose State defensive end Jarron Gilbert at No. 68.

Magee knew he would go early on the second day, and sure enough he was called by the Chiefs to tell him they were going to pick him at No. 67. Then, as the Chiefs were on the clock, the Bears called Magee's representation.

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01 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: Chiefs new center of attention

Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli wasn't kidding when he said after the draft that he was not finished adding players for next season.

The Chiefs on Thursday signed unrestricted free agent center Eric Ghiaciuc, a starter with the Bengals the past four years.

Ghiaciuc (pronounced GUY-check), has appeared in 48 games, starting 42, during his four years with the Bengals.

He was a fourth-round choice by the Bengals in 2005.

Ghiaciuc would appear to take over at center for last year's starter, Rudi Niswanger, who might be a better fit at

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01 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Kansas City Chiefs add 4 to scouting staff

The Associated Press 

(AP) KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Chiefs completed the revamping of their scouting department, naming Phil Emery as director of college scouting and filling three other positions.

The Chiefs also named Jim Nagy as regional scout, along with Jay Muraco Pat Sperduto as area scouts. Rod Perry, who joined the team last season, was promoted to area scout, while director of pro personnel Ray Farmer and area scouts Willie Davis and Terry Delp were retained in their roles.

Emery has spent 12 years in the NFL and 29 years in football overall, most recently as director of college scouting for the Atlanta Falcons. He replaces Chuck Cook, who was fired just after last weekend's draft.

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01 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt pleased with moves Scott Pioli has made

The reason boiled to its very essence that Clark Hunt hired Scott Pioli was for weeks like this one.

Pioli, hired as Chiefs general manager in large part because of his expertise in talent evaluation, conducted a draft over the weekend in which the Chiefs selected eight new players.

He also was hired to infuse some new ideas into a football operation that had long gone stale. To that end, he fired much of the Chiefs’ scouting department, including player personnel director Bill Kuharich and college scouting director Chuck Cook.

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01 May 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs sign center Eric Ghiaciuc

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The Kansas City Chiefs have signed free agent C Eric Ghiaciuc, the team announced on Thursday. Ghiaciuc (6-4, 303) has appeared in 48 games (42 starts) during his four-year career with Cincinnati (2005-08). He originally entered the NFL as a fourth-round choice (119th overall) of Cincinnati in the 2005 NFL Draft.

The Oxford, Michigan native started his final 35 games at Central Michigan, blocking for a 1,000-yard rusher each of his last three seasons. Ghiaciuc earned all-state honors in football and won the state championship in wrestling at Oxford High School.

Ghiaciuc should get a chance to compete for the center job against incumbent starter Rudy Niswanger, who recently signed his one-year restricted free agent tender.
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30 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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