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USAToday: Scott Pioli tells Chiefs veterans potential trades not in their hands

Chiefs GM Scott Pioli sent a strong message on Thursday that he won't allow public pressure to compel him to trade veterans who might not be happy in Kansas City.

TE Tony Gonzalez, RB Larry Johnson and G Brian Waters have all either sought a trade or had their names floated in trade discussions. But Pioli had a message for the veterans:

"It's not up to the players," he said, via the Kansas City Star.

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17 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Chiefs tinker with new defense on start of three-day minicamp


Jarrad Page couldn't help but watch with envy when the Chiefs would play an opponent like Pittsburgh or Baltimore, one that plays the 3-4 defense.

"It seems like those guys always get pressure on the quarterback," said Page, a Chiefs starting safety. "I think with the 3-4, you're always going to get pressure on the quarterback because you can do so many things. (The offense) never knows who's rushing and who's going to drop, so you can bring pressure from more positions.

"That's what the coaches are doing now, getting guys ready to play. I don't know yet who's going to be the stand-up (rushers) outside, whether they're getting Tamba (Hali) ready to do that or what. We do have enough athletes that we can have some guys do that. I'm pretty sure we have the guys and we can make it happen."

The Chiefs started the process of installing their new defense Friday with the opening practices of their three-day minicamp, their first under new coach Todd Haley.

The practices were closed to the media, and Haley wouldn't disclose how the Chiefs lined up defensively. He did say the Chiefs were still assessing skills of various players and would continue to massage the lineup if necessary.

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17 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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SportingNews: Chiefs coaches, players finally on field


The Kansas City Chiefs must be willing to do things the Todd Haley way, not the way that led to a 2-14 record last year and got Herm Edwards fired.

Taking advantage of an NFL rule that lets first-year head coaches have an extra three-day practice session, Haley welcomed more than 60 players to the first day of a voluntary camp. "This is open competition and the players have been made clear of that," Haley said. "For a lot of guys, it's got to be a great opportunity. When you're told it's a clean slate and you have a chance to be a part of this team and be a starter or a role player or whatever you are, I think that's a great opportunity for a lot of guys. You can see it in guys' eyes."

While Haley did not use the old cliche, "my way or the highway," that was doubtlessly the message received by players who have won six games the past two years. Their coach and general manager were both shown the door.

"It's just trying to do things the right way," Haley said. "There's a lot of different, new ways to do it. But this is just the way I believe is the most efficient and works to our advantage."

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17 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: About Will Franklin

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Todd Haley addressed this week's release of wide receiver Will Franklin but was short on specifics.

"He was here and he was working," Haley said. "You’ve got to make these decisions sometimes and they’re not always pleasant. We’re trying to find the right guys for the Kansas City Chiefs. At this time, we didn’t feel this was the direction we wanted to go.

"It’s a little bit of your instinct or gut feeling on some of them. You don’t want to make a mistake but you will. You’ll release players that will potentially go on to great careers. That’s happened over and over. But to me it’s finding the right guys for this team."

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17 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: Haley 'hated Madden'

Not really.

But when I asked Chiefs coach Todd Haley and general manager Scott Pioli if they had any memories or anecdotes about John Madden, who retired from broadcasting on Thursday, Haley showed a sense or humor.

"As a young kid, following my dad around the Steelers, I hated John Madden on the sidelines," said Haley, whose father, Dick, was a longtime Pittsburgh personnel man when the Steelers and Raiders dueled for AFC supremecy.

"I hated the Raiders. When he went through his stuff on the sidelines ... I told him that at the owners meetings when I just saw him, I said, 'Growing up a Steelers fan, I hated the Raiders' and couldn't stand anybody with the Raiders...'''

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16 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Larry Johnson is doing his part


The fact that Larry Johnson is planning to attend Kansas City's voluntary minicamp this weekend shows he is willing to do what it takes to stay in Kansas City. Johnson's planned presence at the minicamp is consistent with the positive attitude he is showing toward the franchise this offseason. He has been attending the team's offseason workout program.

This is a major change of tune for Johnson, who previously asked to be traded. His agent, Peter Schaffer, has maintained Johnson has an open mind about the new Kansas City regime and that Johnson he wants to stay.

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16 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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NFL did Chiefs no favors with schedule

The NFL released its 2009-2010 schedule Tuesday and the Kansas City Chiefs, from the initial look, seem to have a tough season.

The first thought that came to my mind for the Chiefs was wow. The Chiefs sure do have their work cut out for them.

The new challengers Kansas City will face include the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and the Super Bowl Champions in the Pittsburg Steelers. With a schedule like this, new coach Todd Haley must be shaking his head and wondering what he got himself into.

Now, don't get me wrong. I will be a strong supporter of Kansas City this season, not because I'm a fan, but because after the last two seasons of watching the Chiefs, it's pretty embarrassing to say I'm from Kansas City.

The Chiefs have made some good and some bad picks for the upcoming season. Newly traded quarterback Matt Cassel was the smartest acquisition the Chiefs have made in the past few off-seasons. Also acquiring veteran linebackers Mike Vrabel and Zach Thomas wasn't the best choice in my eyes.
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16 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Agent: Johnson to participate in minicamp


The Kansas City Chiefs will hold a voluntary minicamp Friday through Sunday, which Larry Johnson's agent, Peter Schaffer, said the running back will participate in. Schaffer said Johnson has been participating in the team's offseason workout program, which began March 30.

Johnson originally asked to be traded but Schaffer maintains Johnson has changed his mind, and the fact that he has been working out with teammates and is about to go to the minicamp are both strong signs that he wants to be a Chief and that the team wants to keep him.

The Chiefs recently won a grievance against Johnson based on roster bonus money. The grievance win cleared the way for the team to easily release Johnson, who was suspended by the team and the NFL for a total of four games for off-field issues in 2008. The Chiefs have yet to make any announcement on Johnson.

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16 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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