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Althaus: Chiefs draft turns out like a blind date

Hey guys, did you ever go out on a blind date and find someone who looked like Julia Roberts, cooked like Julia Childs and had the NFL Network as part of her cable package?
No?
Neither did I.
The NFL Draft is a lot like a blind date.
You hope for the best, but take what comes your way.
I don’t know what I was hoping for this weekend, but the Kansas City Chiefs draft left me feeling like my blind date looked like Emeril, cooked like Julia Roberts and had the Oxygen Network as part of her cable package.
Actually, it wasn’t that bad.
It just wasn’t sexy and fun.
After watching the Chiefs new brain trust wheel and deal since they arrived in Kansas City, I was expecting a draft weekend that knocked my socks off.
None of us will know how to rank the first effort of general manager Scott Pioli and head coach Todd Haley for three or four years.
But I wanted that marquee, can’t-miss player with the No. 3 overall selection and I just don’t know if LSU defensive end Tyson Jackson fits the bill.
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27 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFW: Reports: Chiefs release bulk of scouting staff

Monday was D-Day in the Chiefs' scouting department, as the vast majority of the staff was released by GM Scott Pioli, accoring to multiple sources.

Most of Kansas City's existing staff knew they were on borrowed time when Pioli was hired to replace Carl Peterson earlier this year, but they were kept on to at least get the club through draft weekend. Now that those duties are over, the axe has reportedly fallen on multiple holdovers from the old regime.

Pioli now will look to bring in his own staff of scouts, a younger group that shares his vision when it comes to evaluating and selecting talent.

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27 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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USC kicker Succop is far from 'irrelevant'

Ryan Succop will be known as 'Mr. Irrelevant' for the rest of his life.

The former Gamecock kicker earns the title by being the very last pick of this year's NFL Draft.

It is hard for Succop to get the big grin off of his face as he spends time with friends in his Columbia apartment, only hours after his big moment.

"It's an incredible blessing. I have got to thank the Lord just for the way it worked out and to have a chance to play in the NFL," said Succop.

But being Mr. Irrelevant means much more than a shot at the NFL. Each year, the last pick of the draft is flown to California for "Irrelevant Week," a tongue-in-cheek celebration. The winner even gets the appropriately named "Lowsman Trophy," a play on the Heisman Trophy.

"My phone was ringing off the hook with people wanting to talk about Mr. Irrelevant Week and everything that goes with it," said Succop.

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27 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Former Chiefs coach Frank Gansz dies

DALLAS (AP) Former Kansas City Chiefs coach Frank Gansz has died in a Dallas hospital.

SMU spokesman Brad Sutton said Gansz, who was special teams coach for the Mustangs last year, developed complications after undergoing knee replacement surgery last week. He said Gansz died Monday afternoon.

Gansz, who was 70, coached for 38 years, 24 in the NFL. He was head coach of the Chiefs from 1987-88. Other stops included special teams coordinator for Jacksonville, Atlanta, St. Louis and Detroit, and well as stints at Philadelphia, Cincinnati and San Francisco. He was on the Rams' staff for their 2000 Super Bowl win.

27 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Missouri kid gets dream fulfilled with Chiefs

Colin Brown grew up about an hour northeast of Kansas City.

As a youngster, he would sit in the stands in Arrowhead Stadium and wonder how cool it would be to come running through that tunnel onto that field.

Now he actually might find out.

The native of Braymer, Mo., who spent the past four years blocking for Missouri, was drafted in the fifth round by a Chiefs team that needs plenty of help on the offensive line.

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26 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: New regime speaks loudly

The selections of defensive linemen Tyson Jackson and Alex Magee say a lot about what the new regime thinks of the Chiefs' previous drafts.

While Glenn Dorsey, Turk McBride and Tank Tyler might not be good fits for the new scheme Clancy Pendergast will be installing, they may be headed headed for the same fate as Ryan Sims, Eddie Freeman, Eric Downing and Junior Siavii as highly drafated defensive linemen who did not pan out.

Depending on how he adapts to the 3-4, the same might be true of Tamba Hali.

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26 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: CB Washington in the fourth

The Chiefs selected cornerback Donald Washington of Ohio State in the fourth round. Washington could begin the season as the nickel back.

Washington played three seasons at Ohio State and declared for the draft after his junior season. He missed the first two games of last season because of a suspension for violation of team rules.

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26 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Chiefs select WR Lawrence in sixth

Kansas City took another step toward adding depth to its receivers corps when it drafted McNeese State wideout Quinten Lawrence on Sunday in the sixth round.

Lawrence was the No. 175 overall pick. The 6-foot, 184-pound receiver is known for his speed, which the Chiefs hope will help coaches overlook his lack of height.

Lawrence averaged 19.5 yards per reception his junior year, but he suffered a lower leg injury in 2008 that held him to 12 catches in 2008. He also played defensive back and returned punts.

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26 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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