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FanHouse: Ryan Succop Sort of Predicted He'd Wind Up Mr. Irrelevant

Ryan Succop's draft journey to the 256th-overall selection, and Mr. Irrelevant status at the 2009 NFL draft, certainly won't rank up there with Babe Ruth's famous called home run or Joe Namath's Super Bowl guarantee, but it's interesting nonetheless.

The former South Carolina kicker hoped to hear his name called on the draft's second day, preferably by a team that might give him a shot to win its starting job. So when Succop glanced through the selection order for rounds three through seven, and compared that to the list of teams he had worked out with, he found one spot that made sense.

It just so happened to be the final spot in the draft.
When the second day of the NFL draft started Sunday, Ryan Succop told friends he thought the Kansas City Chiefs might take him with the final pick of the draft.
"With the 256th, and final pick, in the 2009 NFL draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select Nostradamus."

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28 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Two Chief's That Could Still be Traded

Larry Johnson, running back, Kansas City: The Chiefs have had plenty of time to make a move on Johnson. But I get the feeling he will stay. Johnson's agent, Peter Schaffer, has said repeatedly that Johnson wants and expects to be in Kansas City. The Chiefs didn't do anything in the draft that would indicate Johnson will be traded and he has been working out with the team.

Brian Waters, guard, Kansas City:
This is the player who I think can still be traded. He has asked to be dealt and he didn't go to the team's voluntary minicamp earlier this month. Waters has some value.

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28 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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ESPN: Gonzalez says goodbye to Kansas City

Atlanta-bound tight end Tony Gonzalez bid Kansas City farewell Tuesday and promised that if he ever goes into the Hall of Fame, it will be as a Chief."The only regrets I have are things I didn't do," said Gonzalez, a 10-time Pro Bowl selection. "I really wish I could have been a part of something more special. I wanted to be a part of bringing a championship to this city. "I'm going to go on record right now saying I'm going to retire as a Chief. If I am ever fortunate enough to go into the Hall of Fame, it's going to be as a Chief," he said.

Gonzalez set up and paid for his own news conference at a downtown hotel to say goodbye to the city where he played for 12 years and became the most productive tight end in NFL history.

"I wanted to come face-to-face with everybody and [say goodbye] the right way," he said. "I grew up in Kansas City. I got here when I just turned 21. [Leaving] is going to be sad. It's going to be real sad. I've been able to play for some of the best fans in the NFL."

With more catches, more yards receiving and more touchdown catches than any other NFL tight end, Gonzalez is arguably the greatest offensive player the Chiefs have drafted and developed in their 50-year history. Although Kansas City never won a playoff game during his career, he ranks alongside NFL Hall of Famer Len Dawson and baseball Hall of Famer George Brett as the most popular athletes to ever call Kansas City home.

"Even though we didn't win a playoff game, I would not trade it. I would absolutely not trade it," he said.

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28 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Chiefs Dump Director Of College Scouting

The purge of scouts in Kansas City has included the team’s long-time director of college scouting, Chuck Cook.

Cook has spent 12 years in the job, which followed 13 years as a regional scout.

There’s no word yet on whether new G.M. Scott Pioli will retain director of pro personnel Ray Farmer or V.P. of player personnel Bill Kuharich.

As of this posting, Cook is still listed as the team’s director of college scouting on its official web site.

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28 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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BR: Introducing Mr. Anthony Tyson Jackson

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Many Chiefs fans, like myself, were looking forward to seeing Aaron Curry being selected as the third overall pick this past weekend. Instead the team chose LSU DE Tyson Jackson to join the team.

I thought it best to give some of our fans out there a closer look at the Chiefs' first round pick Anthony Tyson Jackson.

Born June 6, 1986 in New Orleans, Jackson graduated form LSU this past December. He obtained a degree in general studies and hopes to one day be a teacher.

Considered to be the best DE in Louisiana coming out of high school, Jackson came to LSU in 2004, and was red-shirted his freshman year.

In 2005, he got his NCAA career off to a start by playing in all 13 of LSU's games, and being named to the Freshman All-SEC team.

In his sophomore season he led the team in sacks and tackles for a loss. He started 12 of the team's 13 games and was named second team All-SEC.

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28 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Jury out on KC’s draft

We were expecting a lot of sizzle from Scott Pioli’s first draft as general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs.
Instead, it was more fizzle.
Evaluating a draft isn’t an exact science. It probably will be 2011 or 2012 before the full benefits can be reaped.
But on the surface, Pioli’s first reach into the goodie grab bag didn’t look a whole lot different from the drafts under longtime GM Carl Peterson.
We knew the Chiefs would take a defender with the third pick. New coach Todd Haley is switching to a 3-4, which to us means he needs linebackers, since the Chiefs were Derrick Johnson and a bunch of  “Who’s he?” guys last year.
After Detroit and St. Louis predictably took Matthew Stafford and Jason Smith, we were fully expecting stud linebacker Aaron Curry of Wake Forest -- the so-called “safest” player in the draft -- to be holding up the Chiefs’ Red and White jersey.
Instead, Pioli and Haley opted for LSU’s Tyson Jackson, a late riser on a lot of draft boards. Supposedly he’s a solid citizen and will be injected into a defensive line that houses numerous retreads, but also former No. 1 draft picks Glenn Dorsey and Tamba Hali.
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28 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Tony Gonzalez says his farewell to KC is only temporary

Tony Gonzalez said goodbye to Kansas City on Tuesday, but the legendary tight end said he’s merely on loan to the Atlanta Falcons.

The 10-time Pro Bowler met with reporters Tuesday morning in the revolving restaurant at the top of the Hyatt Regency Crown Center, saying that he might be going to Atlanta now after last week’s trade, but Gonzalez insisted that he’ll someday retire as a Chief.

Gonzalez was traded to the Falcons last Thursday for a second-round pick in the 2010 NFL draft. It ended the 33-year-old’s 12-year affiliation with Kansas City, which traded up to draft him as a 21-year-old in 1997. He has since broken every major tight end receiving record, and former Chiefs president Carl Peterson on Tuesday said Gonzalez was undoubtedly the best to ever play his position.

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28 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs Mourn Former Coach

Kansas City Chiefs officials are mourning former head coach Frank Gansz, who died Monday.Gansz spent 38 seasons in college and NFL football, 24 seasons at the professional level, according to the Chiefs.He was an outstanding coach and teacher, Chiefs Chairman Clark Hunt said.The fifth head coach in Kansas City, Gansz spent two seasons in that capacity from 1987 to 1988. He spent two stints as an assistant in Kansas City, originally as the tight ends and special teams coach from 1981 to 1982, according to the team.
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28 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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