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Report: Franklin claimed off waivers

Fox Sports is reporting that Detroit claimed receiver Will Franklin off waivers from Kansas City.

The Chiefs cut Franklin on Monday. He was a fourth-round draft pick last season. Sources said he was cut because he didn't fit in with the Chiefs' new system. Franklin was the 105th player taken last season and is the highest draft choice from the 2008 class to be cut to date. Franklin had seven catches in 13 games last season.

It was not a shock Franklin was claimed because many teams probably had him fairly highly ranked last season. The report said Oakland was one of four other teams to put a claim on Franklin. Detroit was awarded him because it had the worst record of the teams selecting. That is the criteria when there are multiple claims out on a player. Oakland is looking for young receivers, so it makes sense that it would put a claim on Franklin.

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14 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chadiha Lists the Trade for Cassel Among NFL Offseason's Smartest


 I'm still not totally sold on Cassel. It will be harder for him to succeed without Randy Moss and Wes Welker running routes and Bill Belichick roaming the sidelines. That said, he's still the best option for a team that was desperate to stabilize the quarterback position. His presence allows the Chiefs to focus on other pressing needs in the draft, and it also lets us know that new general manager Scott Pioli already understands something that escaped the Carl Peterson/Herm Edwards regime: If you're going to rebuild, make sure you've a got a quarterback you believe in.

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13 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: More work needs to be done at LB

Since the end of the season, the Chiefs traded for Mike Vrabel, agreed to terms with Zach Thomas, signed Monty Beisel and added two off-the-street free agents at linebacker.

They still linebackers, so Aaron Curry could still wind up as the Chiefs' top pick in the draft.

As things stand, Vrabel, Thomas and Derrick Johnson will be three starting linebackers as the Chiefs begin their transition to the 3-4. They also have Demorrio Williams and he could figure into their plans.

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13 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Chiefs Need To Sign Jason Taylor

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The Kansas City Chiefs need to take the Zach Thomas addition one step further and sign his brother-in-law, Jason Taylor.

A Thomas-Taylor reunion (they starred together for years in Miami) would be perfect as the Chiefs move forward.

Yes, Taylor is older -- he will be 35 in September -- but it's clear new Kansas City general manager Scott Pioli wants to sprinkle his young roster with veterans at key positions. Pioli came over from New England, where adding older players was the norm. So far this offseason, he has traded for linebacker Mike Vrabel and agreed to terms with Thomas. Taylor would give Kansas City's green defense a third savvy veteran for the short term.

Taylor wouldn't simply offer experience as the Chiefs transition to the 3-4 defensive scheme. He'd give Kansas City a much-needed asset: A pass-rusher.

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13 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Kansas City cuts young receiver

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The first four paragraphs of a press release sent out by the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday was no surprise. But the fifth and final paragraph was unexpected.

After the team formally announced the signing of linebacker Zach Thomas, who agreed to terms on a one-year, $2 million deal on Saturday, the team announced it waived receiver Will Franklin.

The Missouri product was a fourth-round pick last year and he was highly regarded by the former Kansas City regime despite a quiet rookie season He played in 13 games last season and made one start. He had seven catches for 83 yards.

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13 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Are the Chiefs set at linebacker?


With the Kansas City Chiefs stockpiling linebackers, the natural question is this: Will they continue to do so in the draft?

Many people, including Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay, believe the Chiefs will take Wake Forest linebacker Aaron Curry with the No. 3 overall pick. Curry is considered by several NFL scouts as the best defensive player available and defense is Kansas City's greatest area of need.

The Chiefs have concentrated on adding linebackers this offseason as they transition to becoming a 3-4 defense. They have added veterans Zach Thomas, who agreed to terms Saturday, and Mike Vrabel and backups Monty Beisel and Corey Mays. The team also has holdovers Derrick Johnson and Demorrio Williams.

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13 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Report: Falcons Still Want Gonzalez


Though it remains to be seen whether tight end Tony Gonzalez wants out of Kansas City, one team that tried to get him in 2008 reportedly still wants him.

Michael Lombardi of NFP reports that the Falcons are “seriously interested” in trading for the veteran Pro Bowler, and might be willing to give up their second-round pick in the draft (55th overall) to make it happen.

We see several issues with this one:

1.  Do the Chiefs want to trade Gonzalez at all?  For now, the answer isn’t clear.

2.  Does Gonzalez want out?  Again, unclear.

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13 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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BR: The Zach Thomas Signing Effect on the Kansas City Chiefs' First Round Pick


So far, the Chiefs have had one huge offseason.  They've made move after move in order to compete next year.

They've added two veteran linebackers in Mike Vrabel and Zach Thomas and now have a very solid linebacking core with Mike Vrabel, Derrick Johnson, and Zach Thomas. 

But now that I look at that, I don't see a whole lot of room for Aaron Curry, the Chiefs' projected pick in this year's NFL Draft.  I'm not counting him out, but would the Chiefs be this aggressive going after linebackers if they're sold on Curry at the number three spot?

Another possibility is they are sold on him, but are not sure if he will fall to them at the third pick. Would St. Louis take Curry over an offensive lineman, which is probably the Rams' weakest position?

The Rams could also have their mind set on building a solid defense with first round picks.  This would be St. Louis's fourth straight year drafting a defensive player in the first round if they do.

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12 Apr 2009 by Ryan Luis

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