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Will Chiefs move up?

There is talk the Chiefs may want to move up in the draft. Do you think it's a good idea? Who would they target? Steve, Kansas City

Steuber:
Steve, I don't think the Chiefs want to move up at all; they're positioning themselves nicely to move back. The rise of USC's Mark Sanchez will benefit the Chiefs, as at least three teams are hot on his trail. I expect the Chiefs to make a blockbuster trade before or during the draft with the Denver Broncos, Washington Redskins or New York Jets. The Broncos and Redskins are the most likely.

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24 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Aaron Curry could soon be reunited with DeMarcus ‘Tank’ Tyler

DeMarcus “Tank’’ Tyler took a lanky, high-energy underclassman under his wing back in 2002 during his senior season at E.E. Smith High School.

Tyler could wind up serving as mentor to that player again if the first round of the 2009 National Football League draft plays out as expected on Saturday.

Aaron Curry was a junior linebacker who teamed with Tyler on a defensive unit that sparked the Golden Bulls to a No. 1 state ranking, the Eastern 4-A finals and a 12-3 record. Curry is expected to be among the first five picks in Saturday’s draft, and many analysts are predicting it will be Tyler’s Kansas City Chiefs who take him at the No. 3 spot.

Tyler will begin his third season as a defensive tackle with the Chiefs in 2009 and would like nothing better than to be reunited with his former prep teammate.

“To have the privilege to play with Aaron again would be crazy,’’ Tyler said last week at the start of Kansas City’s first mini-camp of the year. “He was one of the guys in high school who I felt like played with the same kind of enthusiasm and energy that I did. He always had a great passion for the game. I know he’d be a very valuable pick for us.’’

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24 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Gonzalez trade odds and ends

Some additional thoughts on the Tony Gonzalez trade to Atlanta:

Perhaps the Chiefs will consider drafting Texas Tech receiver Michael Crabtree with the No. 3 overall to make up for the lost receptions that trading Tony Gonzalez creates.

I've been getting the feeling that the Chiefs are trying to talk themselves out of taking Wake Forest linebacker Aaron Curry. Maybe this trade opens the door for Crabtree in Kansas City. He'd make a nice receiving tandem with Dwayne Bowe. They are similar receivers and would give opposing cornerbacks fits.

  • With Gonzalez gone, I wonder if the Chiefs will continue to make trades before and during the draft? Guard Brian Waters, who wants to be traded and who didn't go to the voluntary minicamp in Kansas City last week, could be on the move as well. If the Chiefs had the nerve to trade Gonzalez, they could trade the Pro Bowl offensive lineman as well.

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23 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Leaving won't be easy for Gonzalez

Tony Gonzalez said after his trade to Atlanta on Thursday that it is "somewhat bittersweet" to be traded to the Super Bowl contending Falcons away from the struggling Chiefs.

I'm not surprised by his reaction.

I talked to Gonzalez about his future twice. Both times he admitted he was confused. He said he wanted to spend the final years of his career chasing a Super Bowl ring. But he also said he loved being a Chief, he loved Kansas City fans and it would hurt him to leave.

He was clearly torn.

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23 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Chiefs will regret trading Gonzalez

I've really liked most of what the new Kansas City regime has done this offseason.

Until now.

I hate the decision to trade tight end Tony Gonzalez to Atlanta.

I was against it when Gonzalez requested a trade in October. I was against it this offseason when the talk resurfaced and I am against it now. I am really down on it now that I've heard what the Chiefs got in return for Gonzalez: A second-round pick in 2010.

This certainly balances out Kansas City's steal of a trade for quarterback Matt Cassel and linebacker Mike Vrabel earlier this offseason. It only cost Kansas City a second-round pick for the two players. The least Kansas City should have received in return for Gonzalez was a second-rounder in this weekend's draft.

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23 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Report: Gonzalez Traded To Falcons


The Kansas City Chiefs have traded Pro Bowl tight end Tony Gonzalez to the Atlanta Falcons in exchange for a 2010 second-round draft pick, according to Jay Glazer of FOXSports.com.

This marks the first trade between former New England Patriots colleagues Scott Pioli, the Chiefs’ General Manager, and Thomas Dimitroff, the Falcons’ General Manager. 

Ironically, the 10-time Pro Bowl selection and five-time All-Pro rejected a trade to Atlanta last year.

Now, though, the Falcons have an established young quarterback in Matt Ryan.

Gonzalez caught 96 passes last season for 1,058 yards and 10 touchdowns.

In a dozen NFL seasons, Gonzalez has caught 916 career passes for 10,940 yards and 76 touchdowns.

UPDATE: The Chiefs have officially confirmed the deal and released statements from Chiefs team owner Clark Hunt and Pioli.

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23 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Report: Eagles In The Lead for Tony Gonzalez


The Philadelphia Eagles rank ahead of the Atlanta Falcons in prospective haggling for Kansas City Chiefs star tight end Tony Gonzalez, according to Don Banks of SI.com.

Per the report, the Eagles have assigned a third-round value via a trade for Gonzalez, who wants out of Kansas City. However, the Chiefs are looking for a second-round draft pick.

And the Chiefs, Banks theorizes, may be sensitive to the predictable fallout of second-guessing if they unload Gonzalez at a discounted price.

We’ve heard separately from a league source that the Eagles and the Falcons are among the potential landing sports for Oklahoma State tight end Brandon Pettigrew, so both teams’ interest in upgrading at tight end seems fairly apparent.

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22 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Aaron Curry's Draft Diary

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"...I went to Kansas City to meet with the Chiefs. I enjoyed my dinner with general manager Scott Pioli and head coach Todd Haley. The next day they were in minicamp so I didn't get to do much, although I did meet with the VP of scouting and the director of scouting. I was also able to sit down with my old high school teammate DeMarcus Tyler and just talk about life and some of his NFL experiences. He was a year ahead of me, but we were good friends in high school, and we'd talk every now and then and he'd keep me updated about his life and what it's like to be in the NFL. He was telling me everything's going to happen fast and that reliability and responsibility are so important in the NFL. I'm going to heed his advice.

I've met with so many teams, been to so many different cities and I still don't have one team I want to play for. I wish I could play for all of them. I've enjoyed all my visits and all the GMs. Every city I went to I wish I could play in. When I was on the visits and watching their films, I tried to envision myself in their jersey, in their defense. I tried to envision myself flying around and playing with them. Detroit and Kansas City probably seemed more real than the others because in Detroit I can play middle linebacker and in Kansas City I would be back with DeMarcus Tyler. It would be so much fun flying around together and making plays together. He told me it was a great city and the fans were awesome there because they're never disappointing."

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22 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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