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Teicher: Chiefs GM Pioli has a plan and isn’t afraid to make moves

From the drafting of a college backup quarterback named Matt Cassel to a daring deal for a moody wide receiver in Randy Moss to Thursday’s unpopular trade of Tony Gonzalez, Scott Pioli’s approach to player moves can be summed up in one word: bold.

That’s something to remember as Pioli, formerly the top personnel assistant to Bill Belichick at New England, embarks today on his first draft as Chiefs general manager. This Chiefs draft probably won’t go as anyone outside the tight circle of team officials predicts.

“The Patriots really don’t care what other people think,” NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock said. “They define value as players that are going to help them. What the Patriots have done better than 90 percent of the teams is define what is value for them, their scheme.”

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25 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: What Chiefs decide on LJ could have impact on their draft

He walks in late, focused and quiet, approaching the disorganized locker that wasn’t large or angular enough to contain his workout gear, most of it spilling to the floor.

His presence isn’t pretty, but Larry Johnson is here. He’s in the building for the Chiefs’ three-day, voluntary minicamp. But he doesn’t want to talk about it. Johnson shakes his head when a reporter asks whether he’s talking today. It’s a standard question, and with Johnson, it’s the standard response.

There is so much to explain. Johnson’s public declarations in December and February that he wanted out of Kansas City. That he wasn’t happy here, and the community didn’t seem happy with him, either. His first impressions of the Chiefs’ new staff, new quarterback, new everything. Whether he’s changed his tune; if he now wants to remain with the Chiefs, as his agent has indicated.

Silence. It left others to speak for him.

“I don’t think any guy in here has an issue with Larry,” Chiefs safety Jarrad Page says. “Larry has always been cool with us; we’re cool with Larry. He cares about his teammates, and we know that. We’re not worried about what transpired in the past, what went on, why it went down. The guy is out here working hard.”

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25 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs First Rounders: What to expect?

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I'm working on a massive draft analysis going back to 1970 for all teams and all rounds. I will only have to do it once and after that, I’ll know everything I ever wanted to know. Unfortunately, it is going to take a lot of time for a long time to come. In the meantime, here is one simple part of it. I’ve taken a look at Kansas City’s first round draft picks for each year since 1970 and tried to determine a few things from it. My pick in this year’s draft is Aaron Curry. Even if there were no other reason, you will see why below…

Initially, I will list all the first rounders for KC since 1970 along with the basic information. The key components here are the number of games started and the number of pro-bowls - regardless of whether they stayed with KC or not. This is about the quality of the pick only, not necessarily how good it was for KC.

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25 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Video: Gonzalez on Being Traded to the Falcons

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24 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Kiper has surprise choice for Kansas City

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Mel Kiper Jr.'s latest mock draft is up and his choice for the Kansas City Chiefs is an eye opener: LSU defensive end Tyson Jackson.

This would be a huge draft-board changer, especially in the AFC West. Jackson is a great fit for the 3-4 defense and Denver (which picks No. 12 and No. 18) and San Diego (No. 16) both reportedly covet him.

Kansas City is also moving to the 3-4 defense and Jackson would fit there. Still, taking him so high might be considered a reach. Kansas City is believed to be open to trading the pick and I'd think they would try hard to move the pick before taking Jackson. If Kansas City drops anywhere in the top 11, the Chiefs will likely still be able to snag Jackson. Their only competition could be Green Bay at No. 9.

If Jackson is the pick at No. 3, the plans of the rest of the AFC West could be altered.

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24 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Twitter Posts Reveal Feelings on Tony Gonzalez Trade

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By now you know, the Kansas City Chiefs have traded Pro Bowl standout tight end Tony Gonzalez for a second round 2010 draft pick from the Atlanta Falcons. So, what does the rest of the country think about the Tony Gonzalez trade?

Market Research from the informatic software company Spiral 16 in Overland Park can tell us.

By analyzing Twitter postings across the country, Spiral 16 has learned 53% have negative reactions to the trade, while 43% posted positively about the trade. And, 4% were neutral.
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24 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Chiefs Sign Curtis, Niswanger


The Kansas City Chiefs added unrestricted free agent tight end Tony Curtis, the team announced today.

With the Dallas Cowboys, Curtis caught 11 passes for 80 yards and three touchdowns and also played on special teams. 

Terms were not released.

Curtis used to play in the since-defunct NFL Europa for the Cologne Centurions.

Also, center Rudy Niswanger signed his restricted free agent tender.

Niswanger was assigned a $1.545 million second-round tender.

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24 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Is another TE necessary?

I'm going to answer that question with an emphatic "no" because I'm operating under this assumption: The Chiefs will never, ever
begin to replace what they lost in Tony Gonzalez. It's time for this franchise, which built its passing game around the tight end for many years now, to think differently about this.

And another thing: The Chiefs began preparing for this eventuality last year when they drafted Brad Cottam in the third round. We've seen enough from Cottam to know that he'll never rival Gonzalez as a pass receiver. That doesn't mean he won't eventually become a helpful player. We'll see.

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24 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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